Ever since Michelle and Stuart got intimate on Big Brother in 2004, reality TV shows have been racing to out-bed-hop each other. But are the results always tasteless? Contestants and producers give their verdicts
Our friendly neighbourhood arachnid is finally getting the attention he deserves among collectors – with a new issue shooting straight to No 1 and copies of the first series selling for hundreds of thousands
The biggest truck-lift in Europe, built by Richard Rogers for the British Museum, is vying with a gloriously ungaudy pier and a Glasgow tower that thinks it’s a town. Read our critic’s take on the full shortlist here
She learned ballet in a car park and beat Beyoncé to a VMA. Now, the queen of music videos is putting on her first show. The choreographer talks about dance snobs, anorexia and reclaiming bump ’n’ grind
Joanna Lumley has returned to the land of her birth to celebrate India and walk in her ‘family’s footsteps’. But does her series overlook British oppression in the former colony – and her own ancestors’ role?
Dunkirk sees director Christopher Nolan tackle one of the most remarkable stories of the second world war: the evacuation of hundreds of thousands of Allied soldiers from the beaches of northern France. In an extended video interview Nolan…
A medically induced coma isn’t usually a spark for romance, but it’s what helped Emily V Gordon and Kumail Nanjiani, writers of The Big Sick, put the seal on their love – as well as giving them material for the film in which Nanjiani also…