Jenner plans to give Golden Globe organisers a call
Michel Lagravere Peniche, the 'Justin Bieber of bullfighting', started his bull-fighting career at the age of five
The comedian has made an unusual amount of effort in responding to the online backlash
Gervais hasn’t toured a stand-up routine for some time
The two authors both write about feisty heroines in the same genre, but say they aren't in competition with each other
The Golden Globes have gone from something of a joke event to being edgier than the Oscars. So who are the hot tips for tomorrow’s awards?
Let the glitz and glamour of awards season begin
He no longer works at the Wernham Hogg Paper Company
Gervais previously said: 'I’ve told my agent to never let me be persuaded to do it again'
You often used to know what to expect from French-made programmes in the country’s television schedules: dreary detective series, formulaic comedies and sentimental drama.
Couldn’t you just pretend you’re going to buy a white boat (named Dirty Girl)?
'We have Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds' Push The Sky Away on vinyl pretty much on rotation right now. Sublime.'
A year before the referendum, Andrew Maxwell deserves credit for doing material about Scottish independence, not least because he’s a London-based Irishman whose jokes could easily divide the room. But such is his skill, charm and Banana Kingdom’s faultless construction that he takes the crowd with him.
The manager at Wigan Council also told several hundred reeling employees about his weekend at a 'punk rock festival in Blackpool'
You've been around the world appearing on crazy TV shows for a new Channel 4 series. You must have seen some sights.
The BBC’s fly-on-the-wall documentary has made a star of Neville Wilshire. But what about the people at the receiving end of his firm’s unsolicited calls