Arts & Entertainment

Gritty Richard Curtis film to focus on lower middle class

SCREENWRITER Richard Curtis is to reveal a grittier, more edgy side with a film about the lower middle class.

Difference between old and new Xbox not obvious to women

WOMEN last night admitted they had failed to spot the massive leap forward in gaming between the Xbox 360 and the Xbox One.

Thatcher cabinet to reform for London show

THE surviving members of Margaret Thatcher’s legendary second cabinet are to reunite for a spectacular show at London's O2 Arena.

ITV working furiously on Terrahawks 30th anniversary special

ITV has pledged to knock-out a 30th anniversary tribute to its greatest-ever sci-fi show, Terrahawks.

Now! albums beg for death

THE Now! series of compilation albums, which reached its 86th installment last week, has begged to be allowed to die.

Middle-aged man clinging to belief in hoverboards

A 41-YEAR-OLD man still maintains that the hoverboards depicted in the 1989 film Back To The Future II are real.

Hull pledges a 'shitload' of culture

THE city of Hull last night pledged to show Britain what culture really is, especially if you are into magicians.

'The Abba Murders' to be pinnacle of Scandinavian pop culture

A BLEAK crime drama starring Abba will be the ultimate event in Scandinavian popular culture, it has been claimed.