Arts & Entertainment

Woman almost leaves Hollyoaks on

A WOMAN who almost left Hollyoaks on while in front of the television has told friends how shaken she was by the near-miss.

Loads of cheap gigs better value than one expensive one

ANALYSTS have confirmed that going to lots of cheap gigs is much better value than going to one big expensive one.

Jason Statham to try his hand at acting

JASON Statham is thinking about becoming an actor, it has emerged.

Man in shock after watching ITV for first time in ages

A MAN experienced what he described as “cultural brain damage” after being accidentally exposed to ITV for the first time in years.

Man decides to just agree with everyone that Paddington 2 is some sort of masterpiece

A MAN has decided to just go along with everyone and say that Paddington 2 is one of the greatest pieces of cinema ever made.

Woman watching BBC version of Les Mis adding songs in herself

A WOMAN watching the desperately bleak version of Les Miserables sings the songs from the musical to make it bearable.

Man more successful than Britpop band he used to worship

A MIDDLE-AGED office worker has discovered he is actually more successful than a Britpop band he used to think were incredible.

Kate Bush forced to deny that 'Hounds of Love' is about the glory of fascist dictatorship

KATE Bush been forced to deny that one of her biggest hits is about the advantages of a one-party, fascist state.

Channel 4 Brexit drama ends with bus precariously balanced on edge of cliff

CHANNEL 4’s Brexit drama ended with the Leave campaign’s famous bus balanced on a cliff-edge. 

Christmas songs ranked from the worst to f**king unbearable

EVERYONE has a least favourite Christmas song, from the creepiness of Roy Wood to Cliff Richard talking shit about God. But which are just the worst and which are absolutely unbearable?

Folk music much worse than previously thought

A MAN who decided to make the leap from pretend olde worlde music like Mumford & Sons to actual folk songs desperately wishes he had not.

Question Time host realises that in 25 years he's achieved bugger all

DAVID Dimbleby has looked back at his 25 years in the Question Time chair and realised it was a complete waste of time.