Greenpeace campaigners were greeted by jubilant friends and family at St Pancras Station on Friday night
Alyokhina said the amnesty was a ‘PR stunt’ and she would have stayed in prison if she could
Speaking for the first time since his release, Mikhail Khodorkovsky says he will campaign for fellow inmates in Russia and across the world but will not challenge President Putin’s authority
Brixton Academy, London
The name Jordan conjures up one image, for most: the artist now known as Katie Price. An artificial re-engineering of our contemporary ideal of woman. For me, it conjures up another Jordan, whose artifice again helped reshape views of femininity, albeit in a very different way.
Barbican Theatre, London
Band manager is stepping down at the age of 62. Nick Hasted looks back at an incredible career
Album of the Week: Brilliant Bugg is more than just a rockabilly rebel
Rockumentaries used to focus on chart-toppers, but now the cult heroes of times past are in the spotlight, says Pierre Perrone
Eight years ago, the actor almost gave up on his thespian aspirations but now has a growing reputation. It’s been worth the struggle, he tells Miranda Kiek
The musician, an influential figure in the Irish punk scene and the writer behind 'Thousands Are Sailing', has passed away at the age of 56
The Pixies without bassist Kim Deal should feel like a jam sandwich cream without the sugar-coated jam. The best bit is surely missing and with it the warmth and the evocative, breathy vocals the charismatic Deal provides.
To mark a retrospective of the band’s music, Ian Burrell hears the stories behind some of their greatest hits
Music fans will have to spend more than a penny if they want to get their hands on a unique piece of memorabilia which has come up for sale - the urinals from legendary nightspot the Hacienda.
The television choirmaster's new recruits will sing "Guillotine" by Death Grips and other unconventional arrangements
'Kody won't just sit back and drum, – he'll steal the show'