Arts and Entertainment

In E4's new US import, Saturday Night Live alumnus Andy Samberg stars as Detective Jake Peralta, a police officer who doesn't take his job as seriously as he should, yet somehow manages to get results. As his squad leader Sergeant Terry Jeffords (Terry Crews from Everybody Hates Chris) put it: "The only puzzle he hasn't solved is how to grow up."

A Complete History of My Sexual Failures, 18

Chris Waitt's documentary about his disastrous love life is the star turn in a strong line up at the first stand-alone Edinburgh International Film Festival

Three and Out (15)

Pandora: Sex and the Senedd

Flying leeks, sing-song Welsh-accented expletives and other crude national stereotypes... there is moral outrage in the Valleys. An episode of the S4C series Caerdydd (imagine a grown-up, raunchy Welsh-language Hollyoaks) was recently filmed inside the Welsh Assembly building, the Senedd, in Cardiff. It featured a young man and woman discussing Welsh foreign policy on Uganda, in a baby-changing room near the debating chamber.

Train drivers protest at premiere of film 'that trivialises railway deaths'

Leicester Square is no stranger to celebrities and their fans, who regularly turn out to see the stars tread the red carpet before Hollywood premieres.

Mackenzie Crook: A star in geek's clothing

He may play a loser in TV's 'The Office', but his ambitions go far beyond the sitcom, he tells Veronica Lee

Exercise bikes pedal into the RPI

PRICES OF food processors and exercise bikes have been newly included in the latest inflation figures, as government statisticians struggle to ensure official data reflect changing fashion trends, writes Lea Paterson.

School inspectors to single out incompetent teachers by name

Inspectors will supply heads with individual profiles of each teacher under a controversial new grading system which will give schools more ammunition against bad teachers.

Cinemas enjoy blockbuster year

ENTERTAINMENT

More power to Citizen Lindsay

From Wolfie Smith to Henry II, Robert Lindsay has the rare ability to convey both comedy and pathos. And now he can't keep his clothes on. By James Rampton

'She feels I betrayed her'

Adopted children who decide to trace their natural mothers and fathers face the possibility of rejection from their real and adoptive parents, warns Sarah Edghill

INSIDE BUSINESS: Greener offices to save pounds 2.4bn

BRITAIN'S 200,000 office buildings are responsible for as much as an eighth of the country's harmful emissions into the atmosphere, according to PA Consulting Group.
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