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
The mockumentary-style film will continue the story of the comedian’s character
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.'
Fatherhood changed his views on the so-called British institution
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
On Sunday night, the French zombie drama The Returned (Les Revenants) stuck a claim to being the best-received French zombie TV drama of all time.
Singer Jessie J shaved off her long locks, comedian Peter Kay travelled the length of the country and the great British public took part in outrageous fund-raising stunts to help raise a record £75m for Comic Relief.
Boy band One Direction look sweet as candy after being transformed into Pez-heads to help raise money for Comic Relief.
Ten years after he left the office and a Christmas party as excruciating as we had come to expect from Britain’s most cringeworthy paper executive, David Brent is back - fact.
David Brent will be back on our TV screens in March - “fact”.