The director of public prosecutions Keir Starmer has said swiftly deleting abusive tweets may save offenders from being brought before court.
Actress Lara Pulver, who had viewers' pulses racing with her nude scene in Sherlock, is to star as a real-life Bond girl.
The Sheriff of Nottingham once (allegedly) outlawed Robin Hood for the forcible redistribution of wealth; now Nottinghamshire County Council intends to spend £13m using his name to enrich the local area. The Council has announced plans to build an amusement park in Sherwood Forest, Discover Robin Hood, which it hopes will attract major investment.
The Ballydoyle game plan could not be more transparent. However remote the prospect of inflicting a first defeat on the great Frankel, Aidan O'Brien and his patrons have plainly decided to go for the jugular at York tomorrow.
It is not just the regulatory benefits that are clear. The money raised could be used to help millions of children
Dubious casting does not guarantee laughter in Shakespeare’s farce of mistaken identities
From sci-fi to historical drama, these stories will set young minds racing
There is celebration in the air at Old Trafford.
The broadcast interview has become a home for bland celebrity banter. Ian Burrell reports on the BBC's attempts to revive the art of TV interrogation
CBBC's Horrible Histories triumphed over its adult counterparts at the British Comedy Awards – and rightly so, says Gerard Gilbert
Hollywood is obsessed with explosive – and expensive – stunts. And those who have to perform them are paying the price
As The King's Speech is released, Gerard Gilbert surveys the tumultuous history of monarchs on film and TV, and offers suggestions for future royal appointments
As big-name film-makers offer more and more Director’s Cuts, Leigh Singer asks if the results justify the obsessive tinkering.
Don't be a snob, says Michael Bywater – musicals are the purest form of theatre, and they're booming. But why? Could it be, simply, that they cheer us up in these recessionary times?
TUC annual conference will hear calls for industrial action and national demonstrations spreading to 2011. Nigel Morris reports