It has not been a happy time for English clubs in Europe – in the last three Heineken Cup campaigns, the Premiership fraternity have filled only four of the 24 quarter-final places available – and if results go the wrong way this weekend, another humiliation will be on the cards.
From the seventh Python to a missed Nobel prize, Jonathan Brown looks at those who fame forgot
Idle, Jones and Palin vent their fury at ‘Holy Grail’ director’s claim for higher musical's royalties
The Monty Python team are not “unpleasant shifty people” who try to cheat people out of what they deserve, the High Court was told toay.
With his TV show on Britain starting tomorrow and his film in cinemas later this week, the 'Super Size Me' film-maker is never off our screens. Genevieve Roberts meets Morgan Spurlock
You have to have a big appetite for superlatives if you're to consume an entire MasterChef final.
The comedian who threw a foam pie at Rupert Murdoch has had his jail sentence reduced on appeal.
Moved by a devilishly good debut
Jonathan Brown mingles with the crowd on St George's Day to hear Nick Griffin's promise of something 'completely different'
'Life of Brian' has been resurrected as something completely different: an oratorio for orchestra, 160 choristers and four of the surviving Pythons. It is, Eric Idle tells Andrew Johnson, very silly indeed
<b>David Usborne</b> meets the predictably anarchic Pythons in Manhattan.
The first episode of Monty Python's Flying Circus was broadcast 40 years ago today. John Walsh dusts off the tapes to see if the old ones really are the best
The Monty Python film arrives in Aberystwyth, 30 years late. Richard Osley reports
We still love to hate the loser in the sports jacket
The famous Monty Python comedy The Life of Brian is to be screened for the first time in a holiday resort after a council ban was declared void, it was announced today.
'Who the hell voted for Bush? I agree with Obama'