She has spent more than half a century in the public eye and, as she gets set to hit the road for a new tour, Lulu insists she’ll never quit.
On screen it would be the most unlikely of romances, an upstairs-downstairs scandal. She plays titled Crawley sister Lady Edith, the one who was unlucky in love until the last and the butt of her sister’s waspishly bitter put-downs.
Emeli Sande’s latest project was a real step into the past.
On a beautiful day, with not a cloud in the sky, little white-crested breakers skimmed across the bay and the boat rocked gently.
It has been a Liverpool icon for more than a century. Dominating the skyline through decades of change and witness to both the city’s triumphs and its tragedies.
He’s about to face the pressure of being judged on bringing not one but two comedy classics back to our screens, Dad’s Army and Gavin & Stacey.
Keeping it varied is the dream for any actor, being cast in different roles and mixing up the happy and sad, lightweight and heavy going.
How far would you go for a bit of peace and quiet? The answer, it turns out, needn’t be very far at all.
The latest in a long and welcome line of strong female-led dramas hits our screens this week.
Sipping a cocktail while surveying the stunning night-time vista from the Skyfall lounge on the 64th floor of the Delano Hotel, one thought occurred.
We caught up with King of the Jungle Christopher Biggins as he heads to the Edinburgh Fringe.