IoS DVD review: Keith Lemon: The Film

Leigh Francis’s fake-tanned, sleazy northern businessman, as seen on ITV2’s Celebrity Juice, gets a feature-length caper which will please his fans while baffling and/or disgusting everyone else.

Rebecca Tyrrel: 'Ronald Wayne decided to get out just two weeks after Apple was registered for business'

Who knew that Apple – the technology firm, not the record label – had its very own fifth Beatle? The Stu Sutcliffe to Steve Jobs's Lennon and Steve Wozniak's McCartney is Ronald Wayne, now 78 and living alone in a bungalow in Nevada from where he supplements his social security payments by selling stamps and old coins.

Wine: Something for the weekend

Night in

Oysters Mary

Serves 4-6

Also showing: Keith Lemon: The Film and Petit Nicolas

Keith Lemon: The Film (85 mins, 15)

Raw razor clams, white currants and fennel

Raw razor clams, white currants and fennel

Serves 4 as a starter

Tomato and basil tarts and courgette and feta tarts

Courgette and feta tarts

Serves about 10

X Factor judges LA Reid and Simon Cowell (left and second right) with new additions Demi Lovato and Britney Spears (second left and right)

Cowell calls Britney 'sweet as a lemon' on X Factor

Looks like Simon Cowell has a challenger on his hands in a competition for who can be the most nasty television judge.

Smoked mackerel pâté

Smoked mackerel pâté

Serves 4-6

Fregola with peas, broad beans and herbs

Serves 4-6

Fish with lemon and
brown butter sauce
by Rachel Khoo

Fish with lemon and brown butter sauce

2 fillets of lemon sole (about 150g each), skin removed
3 tablespoons of plain flour
Half a teaspoon of salt
A generous pinch of pepper
One and a half tablespoons sunflower oil
45g butter, cut into cubes
Juice of half a lemon
1 tablespoon chopped parsley
1 tablespoon small capers (optional)

Carrot falafel with sesame sauce by Jane Hornby

Carrot falafel with sesame sauce

Ingredients to serve 4

Agenda: Warehouse; Aiden Grimshaw; Revenge; Gray and Turner; Shrimpy's

Fashion: Pencil in the celebrations

Interiors, Brighton Festival

There’s domestic drama at Brighton's Theatre Royal where the stage is filled with a large window, behind which twinkles an invitingly lit dining room. This is the setting for Interiors, first seen at Edinburgh’s Traverse in 2009 and now, thankfully, revived.

The crucial question is 'are you happy?'

Want to be alone? Well, you're in luck

In the online age, conversation is about quality, not quantity, argues Rhodri Marsden

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