David Bowie’s last days: an 18-month burst of creativity

Over the last months of his life, the singer was able to shake off late career doldrums and, despite his illness, find a final creative surgeFor more than a decade before his death David Bowie seemed to disappear. Beset by ill health after an on-stage heart attack in 2004, he

Rolling Stones ask Trump to stop using their songs at campaign events

Band released a statement asking the presumptive Republican presidential nominee to cease all use immediately after Trump played two of their songsThe Rolling Stones have asked Neil Young also objected when the real estate mogul used Rockin in the Free World during his campaign kick-off announcement last year. In those

Driving Teslas Model 3 Changes Everything

If you’ve ever driven Tesla’s flagship vehicle—the $140,000 Model S P100D—you’ve experienced an unparalleled version of driving power. Zero to 60 in 2.3 seconds punches you back in the seat while making the stomach turn somersaults. Some people live for that feeling. I’m not one of them. Sure, driving a fully loaded electric beast is as thrilling

Doctor Who: Jodie Whittaker announced as 13th Doctor

Actor who rose to fame in Broadchurch is first woman to play the Doctor in BBC drama, replacing Peter CapaldiThe next star of Doctor Who has been announced after intense speculation and the person stepping into the role of Time Lord is Jodie Whittaker. She is the first woman to

Kevin Spacey Says New ‘House of Cards’ Is Among ‘Best’ Done

Los Angeles (AP) -- Has Donald Trump made "House of Cards" obsolete? Don't count on it, says Kevin Spacey. The actor, who stars as a power-hungry South Carolina congressman who connives his way to the presidency, says the upcoming fifth season of "House of Cards" is "one of the best"

Alan Rickman, giant of British film and theatre, dies at 69

Much-loved star of stage, TV and films including Harry Potter and Die Hard and owner of one of the most singular voices in acting ­ has died in LondonAlan Rickman, one of the best-loved and most warmly admired British actors of the past 30 years, has died in London

Never mind the bus pass: punks look back at their wildest days

What happens when you go from bassist to banker and punk rocker to priest?Ausaf Abbas, 55 Then: bass player, the Rock Against Racism campaign. Our name came from Margaret Thatcher, whod made an infamous comment about how Britain was in danger of being swamped by an alien culture. We