Arts & Entertainment
THAT weird half-penguin half-guinea pig thing in the new Star Wars movie will turn out to be easily the best bit, insiders have claimed.
I choose to publish these amazing secrets in mass-market thrillers with gold letters on the cover for one reason: to ensure that they never fall into the hands of anyone but the functionally literate.
EX-OASIS vocalist Liam Gallagher has sadly spoiled the great joy he brings to the world by insisting on making a record.
DRAMATIC TV shows must have proper conclusions that resolve everything and stop this ambiguous nonsense, Ofcom has ruled.
A NEW BBC series about delicious cakes having angry sex with each other has been hailed as the ultimate televised entertainment.
THE BBC’S adaptation of nursery rhyme Doctor Foster has shocked fans with its graphic sex scenes.
HILLARY Clinton has written a new memoir explaining how she managed to deliver the world’s greatest superpower into the hands of a drooling orangutan.
FANS of BBC show Strictly Come Dancing are unsure whether they could accept single-sex couples doing something as deeply heterosexual as ballroom dancing.
THERE has been widespread outcry after it emerged that an 80s television programme was mostly just people dressing up as Nazis.
TONY Blair has described in detail what Star Wars should have been like, despite no one asking for his opinion.
NINTENDO has shocked fans by revealing that Mario is no longer a plumber but has some bullshit office job doing marketing.
A MAN has been listening to the Proclaimers for no reason other than that they made some great tunes.