Sweden has introduced a test to stamp out gender bias in film, what a relief
The O Zone: Behind the scenes at Leyton Orient
An appeal by the National Veterans’ Association and backed by ‘The Independent’ is starting to bear fruit
'Having a lot of time, I've been rereading Tolstoy's War And Peace'
Britain’s anti-terror legislation should be widened to cover the publication and passing on of official government secrets, the former Metropolitan Police Commissioner Lord Blair has suggested.
TV licensing offences now account for more than a tenth of all criminal prosecutions in the UK.
They can't possibly have experienced enjoyment before me, could they?
Thomas The Tank Engine is teaming up with another historic steam favourite, Stephenson's Rocket, on screen for the first time.
Scrum-half shows leadership and invention to outwit the Lions defence
It’s not just people labouring under the “God delusion” who provoke the ire of Professor Richard Dawkins. The outspoken atheist has launched a furious rant at Amazon over an instruction manual he described as an “illiterate disgrace”.
Terri Judd watches a group of men of who stormed the beaches at Normandy relive their memories as part of a project to make sure we never forget
John Lichfield hears some of thinning ranks of D-Day soldiers remember stories that could be lost forever
On the 69th anniversary of D-Day, a new battle is being fought: to preserve the memories of those who were there, before it is too late and you can help
The pivotal battle is about to pass over the horizon of living memory
This summer (which happened last weekend, in case you missed it), I was mostly to be found spreading out a huge box of old photographs to dry in the sun in my dad's garden. Holiday snaps, I thought, as I salvaged pack after pack of rain-soaked Prontaprints featuring Seventies blue skies and Nineties nostalgia, have changed phenomenally. And so, it seems, have the holidays themselves.
England will play the five time World Cup winners on Sunday