Matt Smith is giving Doctor Who fans something new to obsess about after the mind warp that was the season seven finale: he is quitting.
Britpop’s pre-eminent windbag, former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher, has goaded chart-topping Daft Punk, claiming he could have written the French electro duo’s hit Get Lucky in an hour. According to The Sun, Gallagher told Sony’s MU streaming service: “I’d write that in a f—ing hour
When Ray Harryhausen was 13, he was so overwhelmed by King Kong that he vowed he would create otherworldly creatures on film. He fulfilled his desire as an adult, thrilling audiences with skeletons in a sword fight, a gigantic octopus destroying the Golden Gate Bridge, and a six-armed dancing goddess
WAY TO THE BLUE: THE SONGS OF NICK DRAKE Various (Southbound) Tribute albums are always bound to be bittersweet affairs. Anyone who has had an affinity with the artist – in this case English folkie Nick Drake – is likely to be disinterested unless they are zealous completists and those unfamiliar in the first place aren’t likely to care about the re-visitation.
New Zealand on Screen has opened its treasure chest again to make sure TV’s legendary moments do not fade to black. The new collection canvases some of the tragic, scandalous, and brilliant moments that shaped New Zealand television
A powerful preventive against pneumonia, influenza and other respiratory diseases may be promised by a brilliant series of experiments conducted during the last three years at the University of Chicago's Billings Hospital. Dr.
Yes, says a Harvard scientist, who offers an explanationOn a brilliant day in the spring of 1980, a stranger arrived at L'Estre marketplace in Haiti's fertile Artibonite Valley. The man's gait was heavy, his eyes vacant.
Since parenting so often feels like one long exercise in humiliation, in which you think you know everything until your children arrive to prove you wrong, I guess I shouldn’t be surprised to find myself reconsidering my deepest beliefs about girls and their dolls, in the face of a merchandising watershed.
In the rolling countryside of southwestern Ohio, the leaves have begun to turn to brilliant reds, ochers and yellows.
Slain Yale University graduate student Annie Le was intelligent, driven and destined for greatness, said those who knew her.