Arts & Entertainment

Thatcher film 'not sexually violent enough'

SENIOR Conservatives have attacked the new Margaret Thatcher biopic for its 'disturbing' lack of sexual violence.

Tolkien denied Nobel Prize 'because he wrote about Hobbits'

JRR Tolkien was rejected by the Nobel Prize committee because he wrote about hobbits, dwarves and orcs, it has emerged.

'Girl With The Apple Tattoo' sparks product placement row

A NEW thriller about a troubled Goth who covers her body in corporate logos has sparked debate about film sponsorship.

Britain desperately trying to download games onto Kindle

THOUSANDS of Britons are trying to make video games work on their new Kindles after refusing to accept that the device is a type of book.

Beach Boys reunion spells defeat for Beach Boys fans

FANS of iconic '60s group the Beach Boys have admitted defeat in their battle to stop them reforming.

Scholars to definitely read Brontë manuscript at some point

PROFESSORS who paid £700,000 for a rare Charlotte Brontë manuscript have just sort of skimmed through it.

Attenborough died in 1972, admits BBC

DAVID Attenborough has been faked using lookalikes and special effects for nearly 40 years, the BBC has revealed.

Little Mix to release free-jazz concept album about Egyptian gods

X FACTOR winners Little Mix's first album is to be a concept-driven free-jazz epic inspired by the ancient gods of Egypt, it has been revealed.