Wilkinson let 11 points slip away through missed kicks but valiant Chiefs are seen off thanks to late drop goal
Time-traveller Sandbrook's history lesson needed more dissenting voices
The title might lead you to expect that the main focus of David Pinner's bilious 1973 comedy would be on the “Big Four” – Truman, Stalin, Churchill and Atlee – and their meeting in Occupied Germany in July 1945. But these statesmen play second fiddle, so to speak, to the internationally renowned British string quartet (very loosely based on the Griller, their real-life equivalent), who have been hired to provide the entertainment. While the world is being carved up at the Conference offstage, the play is bound in an antechamber where the highly strung musicians kill time between performances by tearing one another apart.
At Katy B's first headline show in London for "like a year or something", the singer excitedly announced that her second album will be called Little Red, before singing a tempting selection of the new album's tracks.
NANA Comfort Food and Craft Café takes to KickStarter to raise money for toilet conversion in east London
The decks are no longer a place for spring chickens. Superstar DJs are knocking on: Tiesto is 44, Carl Cox is 51 and Pete Tong is 53. These guys should probably be in their shed tinkering with the mower. But in fact, there are even older spinners on the decks.
On-screen partnership with Neville scores on debut as perfect riposte to rivals
Local authority says the group is too big for new facilities, while councillor condemns the decision
My internet is slow. And yes, I know that sentence is a grammatical and syntactical horror show, but it's one that's generally understood.
Labour party leader Ed Miliband is free to prostrate himself on the alter of spin as he sees fit, but must he drag a respected BBC journalist down with him?
Blair's former spin-doctor John McTernan was sure it would do wonders for her popularity - but stunt has backfired
Double Olympic gold medallist's new sprinting skill sees him accelerate to victory in the 5,000 metres
As well as showing solidarity with Boston, the race will revive last year's feel good factor
Plus, a grudging respect for Francis Maude and why watching Leanne Wood on Question Time is the most fun you can have with your clothes on
She believed the key to Rwanda's reconstruction lay in involving women at the grassroots level