Arts & Entertainment
THE BBC has been shut down temporarily after complaints about a documentary featuring dozens of big, fat cocks.
NEW Today presenter Evan Davis is to interview Gordon Brown next week, as both share a relaxing, honey-scented bath.
GLASTONBURY ticket sales have slumped this year after thousands of fans decided not to pay £155 to shit in a ditch.
YOUNG alternative comedians are too scared to write third-rate musicals with Andrew Lloyd Webber, Ben Elton said last night.
ACTOR Kevin Spacey is to celebrate one of his most famous roles by hosting BBC1's latest amateur talent show, I am Keyser Soze.
CHINESE web users were celebrating yesterday after government censors granted them access to the BBC’s unrivalled internet archive of unusual animal stories and idiotic health scares.
THE role-playing video game Manhunt 2 has finally been cleared for release after producers agreed to remove all references to tobacco.
CLAIMS that it would be impossible to cram the 608-page Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows into just one film were last night believed by absolutely no-one.
GERMAN television is to show the wartime sitcom Allo, Allo with its raft of comedy catchphrases including: "I will say zis only once: round up all ze men in the village, and machine gun zem into a ditch."
THE worlds of politics and showbiz came together last night to pay tribute to Britain's greatest purveyor of mucky books.
RADIOHEAD will only sleep with groupies who can produce a valid bus ticket to prove they used public transport to get to the after show orgy, the band said last night.
STING'S next album has been panned by critics more than two years before he is due to start recording it.