Arts & Entertainment

BBC accused of broadcasting

THE BBC is under fire for putting famous, expensive people on television, almost like a broadcaster.

Undercover Boss participant finally gets punched in the face

A CORPORATE CEO taking part in the TV series where bosses spy on their workers has been punched very hard in his richly-deserving face.

Music 'best enjoyed indoors'

THE UK's festival industry is reeling from a new study which concludes that music listeners reach the peaks of aural pleasure when warm and dry.

'Darkest ever' Batman just a black screen

CHRISTOPHER Nolan's latest Batman film consists of a cinema screen that remains black and silent for two-and-a-half hours.

Man kills himself for enjoying 'Jamie's Summer Food Rave Up'

31-YEAR-OLD Tom Logan took his own life after failing to hate TV chef Jamie Oliver's festival-themed show, it has emerged.

50 Shades of Clegg

THE Daily Mash presents an exclusive excerpt from the erotic memoir that is setting the publishing world alight.

Documentary channels drop factual subjects

SATELLITE documentary channels have decided to drop factual programming to focus on UFOs, Bigfoot and Atlantis.