June 26, 2019

Victims of revenge porn could get better protection in sexual abuse laws overhaul

Campaigners have long called for revenge porn to be brought in line with other sexual offences
June 26, 2019

An evening of song with Mrs Trump

The show's creator says the First Lady's story is "extraordinary" yet shrouded in mystery. 
June 26, 2019

Yesterday: An odd couple of film-makers pull off a fantastic premise

Take screenwriter Richard Curtis and director Danny Boyle, add an implausible but ace premise, the music of the Beatles and Ed Sheeran...The result: feelgood fun.
June 26, 2019

Stagecoach profits rise in retreat from train bids

Bus and rail operator Stagecoach Group has said it has no intention to bid for new UK rail franchises after its operations end in November.
June 26, 2019

Glass walls rob an ingenious little play of its very essence

Rather than being touched by the performance, we are distanced from it by an invisible barrier between actors and audience.
June 26, 2019

2GB host Chris Smith’s future under a cloud as he stays on air

The afternoon broadcaster took to the airwaves to clarify that his position at the network was still being considered by 2GB management.
June 26, 2019

Advert for raffle to win a ‘dream home’ in south London banned

Consumers had to buy a ticket before answering the multiple-choice question
June 26, 2019

How an Aussie film starring a camel is gunning for an Oscar nomination

A controversial idea, an "exquisite" script, a single cello, a beautiful camel: the elements combining to make an unlikely Australian film a worldwide hit.
June 26, 2019

What’s on TV: Thursday, July 4

Excellent factual series looks at people with disabilities, and futuristic drama entertains and unnerves.
June 26, 2019

What’s on TV: Wednesday, July 3

A return to the good old days of reality TV, and a cheesy yet entertaining crime drama.
June 26, 2019

What’s on TV: Monday, July 1

Entertaining and enlightening show takes aim at unhealthy snack foods.
June 26, 2019

Vadim Gluzman & Daniel de Borah: Thoughtful approach largely pays off

Ukrainian-Israeli violinist Vadim Gluzman placed sentiment above spectacle in the latest of MRC’s Great Performers recitals.