What it was like to be six years old on that day in November 1963
This Sunday's chart-topper will be named the UK's 1000th number one album. Lady Gaga, Robbie Williams, Jake Bugg and JLS are all in the running
Lennon's school records are expected to sell for up to £3,000
The former Beatle says Cyrus did a good job of making herself stand out
9 Newcastle Road is quite close to Penny Lane
There was some hope at Tottenham Hotspur tonight that they would not pay too much of a price for their comfortable Europa League 3-0 win over Tromso.
Sheffield’s noisemongers have seen their first five albums go to No 1
Whether it’s for back-to-school treats or for home-made sandwiches, we’ve got all you need for a moveable feast
Taylor Swift has got one over on ex-boyfriend Harry Styles by clocking up two new entries in the Guinness World Records book - while his band One Direction achieved only one.
We spoke to Everything Everything's Jeremy Pritchard ahead of his band's appearance at Festival No. 6.
With tower blocks peeping above the tree line, Liverpool's Sefton Park is just a stroll from Penny Lane and a city steeped in a history of poverty and division.
Stand-up has returned to dominate Edinburgh’s showcase comedy awards after a big year for mime in 2012, with one shortlisted comedian even bringing back mother-in-law jokes.
Last year James Acaster beguiled his way on to the Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Awards shortlist with an artfully crafted study in mild lunacy. This year offers something similar, equally well-shaped, and equally kooky, but it sails so close to the wind of being inconsequential that a cloud of uncertainty hangs over the room for portions of the show.
I meet Radio 4 comedian Mitch Benn outside Piccadilly Circus tube station, where he’s slouched against a railing checking his phone. Passers-by ignore him, presumably because, in his own words, he “isn’t on telly properly”.
An exhibition featuring some of the 20th-century’s most iconic figures in music, film and fashion opens at a London gallery on Thursday.