Downton Abbey, Wonder Woman 1984, Horrible Histories and Maleficent 2 are among the film productions that have contributed more than £700,000 towards supporting skills and training in 2018/19, it has been announced.
Love Island winner Amber Gill has revealed an unlikely potential friendship with Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown.
Representatives of Twitter are planning to meet with officials at Manchester United to discuss the racial abuse aimed at Paul Pogba on the social media platform.
Convertible SUVs are thin on the ground and don’ tend to do well – Land Rover’s Evoque Convertible was not a success.
Pundit Ian Holloway has moved to clarify his comments over Brexit and the new handball law, arguing its introduction at the same time as VAR’s arrival in the Premier League has caused chaos.
A former director at ailing Bury FC has chained herself to the main stand pleading for help to save the club from extinction.
Defiant Neil Lennon has launched a bullish defence of his under-fire side as he insisted criticism aimed at Celtic has bordered on “hysteria”.
Television has a problem attracting younger audiences and is watched primarily by “older, posher” people, the boss of BBC Two has said.
Conservative former prime minister David Cameron will be grilled by veteran BBC journalist John Humphrys to mark the publication of the politician’s long-awaited autobiography, his publisher said.
In an ideal world, there would be no more talk of nationalism, nationalist movements and other divisive, xenophobic, introspective crusades.