X Factor starlet Rebecca Ferguson talks living her dreams, sob stories and breaking free
Malcolm Jack sings the praises of the Jewish composers whose classic songs are at the heart of our sentimental season
Eastenders' June Brown, 86, on the death of her sister, leaving Eastenders, and the secret to a good life
Monty Python are back with a new show. Terry Jones talks Spanish Inquisitions, sex parties and letting the parrot out of the bag
How Glasgow (first) – and then Only Fools and Horses – helped raise awareness of the global icon
"The spare set creates an atmosphere of both serenity and latent terror... but there’s a clunkiness that makes the performance drag"
"For all its irreverent touches, the film is ultimately an admiring portrait of Walt Disney’s peculiar brand of film-making wizardry"
"A record of simple beauty, Dan Haywood languidly strums his guitar while nature adds the sound effects"
Sam Delaney contemplates the recipe change in the personality of the chefs in this year's Master Chef: The Professionals
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