A quintessentially British tale of passion and folly – with a touch of darkness too
Tempted by trouble in paradise
Forget Robson and Jerome – the singing soldiers of a new karaoke installation are the real deal, says Lynne Walker
Colombian sergeant praises father's 'titanic' effort in securing release from rebels
Former friends behind 'Men Who Stare At Goats' draw star into bitter row over credits
Sweeping, epic music that sounds almost as good as it did in the Bunnymen's pomp – almost good enough, in fact, to forgive them for spawning any number of stadium-pleasing bands since.
Digital downloads and free streaming have changed the music industry for ever. Now record labels have hatched a plan to revive the album format with 1960s-influenced, art-laden packaging. John Walsh thinks the idea rocks
As the 65th anniversary of D-Day approaches, Terri Judd hears one survivor's extraordinary memories of the Normandy Landings
Are lovers drawn together by the magical meeting of minds – or by hormones, body shape and evolutionary instincts? Rob Sharp explains the unromantic truth behind what makes us hot (or not)
Could 2008 go down as the traveller's 'annus horribilis'? At the end of a year that saw multiple airline failures, the pound in freefall and record oil prices, Simon Calder reviews 12 dismal months
Twenty years after learning his ski-jumping trade from a borrowed bed at Finland's 'Broadmoor', his story is nearing the silver screen
Audience gives 'dancing pig' a standing ovation as 11 million watch at home
As the longest-serving Chief Constable of the Royal Ulster Constabulary, Sir John Hermon had a hugely eventful police career which placed him at the heart of security in Northern Ireland during the tempestuous 1980s.
So often overshadowed by Nato losses, the Afghan National Army is also suffering casualties says <b>Terri Judd.</b>
Whistleblowers accuse police of turning a blind eye to reports that murdered special constable was running an escort agency
Famous movie lines are often a hair's breadth away from staggering banality. In The Terminator, the James Cameron sci-fi movie that made a star out of him and Arnold Schwarzenegger, the line "I'll be back" is a case in point.