Vice magazine pulled a "suicide photoshoot" from its website today after it was bombarded with criticism for publishing a fashion feature depicting models posing as female writers, including Sylvia Plath and Virginia Woolf, on the brink of killing themselves.
Pauline Quirke recently appeared on our screens as the shady Susan Wright in Broadchurch, but she is soon to return as loud-mouth Sharon Theodopolopodous in an ITV revival of Birds of a Feather.
We last saw Pauline Quirke on our television screens as the shady Susan Wright in Broadchurch, but the actress is set to reprise the much friendlier role of loud-mouth Sharon Theodopolopodous in a revival of hit nineties sitcom Birds of a Feather.
Charles Saatchi insisted he had accepted a police caution for assaulting his wife, Nigella Lawson, by clutching her throat because he wanted to prevent the altercation from “hanging over” the couple and their children.
Lotfy Nathan's account of young bikers on the rough streets familiar from The Wire illuminates Baltimore's social divisionsFor those suffering withdrawal symptoms from since 's Baltimore drama ended in 2008, help is at hand in the form of a new documentary film set in the same troubled city. tells the story of Pug, a 13-year-old boy growing up in a rough part of town, desperate to join the pack...
It's been less than one week in the Big Brother house and already bosses have been forced to deal with a brewing race row.
Former winner of The Apprentice Tom Pellereau has launched his latest invention, a baby-safe nail clipper.
Classic 90s sitcom Birds Of A Feather is poised to make a small screen comeback - 15 years after its last series ended.
Charles Saatchi has spoken about why he took a police caution for assaulting his wife Nigella Lawson, saying volunteering to do so was “better than the alternative of this hanging over us for months”.