Spielberg's film uses real events, but overplays its portrayal of Donovan as a lone freedom fighter
Electric American manufacturer takes no risks over single broken belt.
Range-increasing update for BMW's electric car will be made available next year
Clean-up operation begins as VW sets out first plans to recall and fix cars that cheated emissions tests
As winter draws in, Nordic noir fans continue to mourn Martin Rohde, but Saga still lights up their Saturday nights
Campaigners call for a boycott after actor was accused of making a 'cartoonish mockery' of transgender people
Is the rise of the sockless office worker a fad, or a long-term sartorial solution to the hot summer months?
Original cast are all onboard - with the exception of Helen Baxendale - as is writer Mike Bullen
Non-Sky subscribers could be denied access to pay-for channels – but costs for BT Sport could also fall
Will dystopian drama about life in Nazi-ruled America become the next must-watch box set?
New 'startlingly different' Marvel series Jessica Jones, starring Krysten Ritter, arrives on Netflix
Luther is back on the trail of his creepiest villain yet, but will the two-parter satisfy fans?
Morrissey looks set to win with his reference to a 'bulbous salutation' – but he faces stiff competition
Corporation axes £35m from sports budget as it seeks savings of £150m before talks with government over its future
Battlefront lets fans live out their childhood fantasies, but is it enough for gamers?
BBC upsets fans with plans to update prison comedy classic, but more remakes still to come
Two and a Half Men actor claims he wants to put an end to people blackmailing him over illness
Jim the 'Naughtie boy' blamed for outburst after the famous on-the-hour pips at 7am
Writers Guild of America lists its funniest films, from Airplane! to Some Like It Hot and Tootsie
Sky to show Liverpool vs Man Utd on 17 January as latest televised matches are announced, with Christmas schedule already revealed