UK's 'stand-out' year in world rankings comes amid warnings about funding cuts and overseas students
Iconic designer steps down as chief executive of fashion house to make way for Old Navy president
Ridley Scott's lost in space film has some flaws, but could inspire future Mars travel
Hollywood star says Cathriona White's apparent suicide is a 'lightning bolt'
Uma Wang and Roberto Cavalli among designers with new spring/summer collections
Bond parody comeback is 'a snappy triumph', but will it prove more popular with parents than kids?
The comedian is something of a star in his native South Africa, but little known in the United States
Reboot sequel 'gets the blood pumping' with ice climbing, grizzly bears and more tombs
Customers left 'terrified for their lives' after controversial cafe attacked by activists
People have long attempted to represent information in the form of maps. The results are often beautiful - even if inaccurate
Opinion split on new theme tune Writing's On the Wall, with some saying it's too emotional for 007
'The stale excrement of Morrissey's imagination' The first reviews are in and they are not pretty
Dismissed by a BBC script editor as nothing but a disaster, Fawlty Towers almost didn't get made
Hit US drama is 'a mind-bending head rush of a ride' that reveals the 'dark corridors of the web'
Viewers can expect more toil and trauma from the shores of 18th-century Cornwall
Stranger-than-fiction documentary about a battle over a severed leg is 'hilarious' but 'queasy' viewing
Tate Modern needs £30m to complete ten-storey building with more intimate spaces for viewing art
From pay gaps to a lack of meaningful roles, gender inequality is still rampant in the movie industry