The fire-pit found near Tel-Aviv could hold the secret to the beginnings of social culture among early humans
An utterly ridiculous but quite heartwarming new show
DNA analysis of the man’s tooth has also disclosed that he had the dark-skinned genes of an African
Eye-catching brows are old news. Instead give your beauty look an instant update with a vibrant lip colour, says Naomi Attwood
The latest gadgets from the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas promise a world of smart objects that will watch, listen and look after us
At least his appearance on car-crash TV is preferable to stepping back in the ring
The business of protecting wildlife has now become an extremely professional and militarised affair
I love Christmas but don’t worry, I’m not going to proselytise about it. I won’t pretend it’s any more than an excuse for gluttony and for corporations to sell people tat they don’t need. I go into the festive period with my eyes open, thanks very much, and I’m more fascinated than I am fanatical. But I do love it.
Elephants are amazing creatures, but can you separate fact from fiction?
Five hours after Nigella Lawson first entered the witness box at Isleworth Crown Court a lawyer called her “Mrs Saatchi”.
Former Olympic sprinter Craig Pickering has turned his back on track athletics to go for British gold at the Sochi Winter Games next February. He explains all to Phil Medlicott
As the BBC's David Dimbleby, 75, gets a scorpion inked on his shoulder, Samuel Muston looks at the growing trend for body art among the Saga generation
Women Behind Bars with Trevor McDonald, ITV
Super Giant Animals, BBC1
The role of Arturo Ui calls for bravura, high-definition acting and that's what it gets, in spades, from Henry Goodman in Jonathan Church's splendid production, which began life last year in the Minerva Studio at Chichester and has now transferred to the West End. Brecht's blackly farcical "gangster spectacle" satirises Hitler's bloody rise to power by cutting him down to size as a ridiculous Chicago hoodlum who seizes control of the city’s greengrocery protection racket. In a tour de force of wild-eyed demonic intensity, the actor brilliantly charts the evolution of an absurd upstart into blood-freezing demagogue.
Argentinos Junior midfielder Gaspar Iniguez made the peculiar decision to use his head - literally - to try and prevent the opposition's counter attack
Discovery dispels notion that gears are a human invention – evolution got there first