May 20 2013 Latest news:
A James Bond gadget wristwatch bought for £25 from a car boot sale could sell for £60,000 when it auctions in London this June.
Niblett’s trademark intensity is met with softer elements that will widen her appeal without diminishing her gritty vitriol.
The 20-year-old’s first record reveals an artist with some promise – but only time will tell if it’s enough.
A-lister Kate Winslet ramped up the glitz and glam to address the “heartbreaking” situation of youngsters living rough.
Is there anyone left who doesn’t know who the killer in Broadchurch was? Well, it’s for you that the DVD box set of the critically acclaimed ITV drama has been created.
Everyone may be talking about Leonardo DiCaprio this week, but there’s another Jay Gatsby in town and he’s about to take the stage.
The author of the Young Sherlock Holmes novels will speak at the first children’s event held at Barts Pathology Museum.
A riot of colour and sound, Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby tries to put the great into every moment.
Criminal outsmarts police. Criminal escapes in an unreasonably fast car. Arnie is left to pick up the pieces.
Plans for a statue of Amy Winehouse in Camden to serve as a permanent memorial to the late singer have been given the go ahead.
The comedian Eddie Izzard has hit out at London Mayor Boris Johnson whilst maintaining he is ready for the challenge of pursuing politics himself.