Arts & Entertainment
A NEW 1980s-themed nightclub gives patrons an authentic experience of a profoundly painful decade.
CHARACTERS in radio soap The Archers have been revealed to inhabit the same reality as Spider-Man and the Human Torch.
WOMEN’S magazines recommend films that every other media outlet finds reprehensible, experts have discovered.
THE BBC is to introduce a new rolling 24-hour channel dedicated to breakfast TV.
A NEW version of Dangermouse will reveal how the main character lost an eye during torture.
KASABIAN'S number one album 48:13 is named after their fan base's upper and lower intelligence test scores.
THE producers of the new Star Wars film admit they have no idea how long it takes a 71 year-old man to recover from a broken ankle.
THE 1982 Atari video game ET: The Extra-Terrestrial is to be made into a live-action film.