Sir David Jason is to revive his character Granville in a one-off return of classic sitcom Open All Hours.
THE last time I talked with Tim Hetherington was in the Libyan city of Benghazi.
Scotland's film-making Macdonald brothers have a busy week.
A week after noting one five-star Scottish film, I'm heralding another - albeit of a vastly different ilk.
News presenters often say "you may find the following report upsetting", but why do they seem to take such satisfaction in saying it?
Disney stages live concert at Hydro
ALTHOUGH a Londoner born and bred, George MacKay has a strong claim to honorary Scottish citizenship.
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Film star James McAvoy has denied a claim that he could play Jimmy Savile on the big screen.
Rosamund Pike will voice Lady Penelope while David Graham will return as her chauffeur Parker in the new Thunderbirds TV series, it has been announced.
There is a rare moment of understatement in Filth, when Detective Sergeant Bruce Robertson is told, "You're an awful man, Robbo".
Cate Blanchett gives a barnstorming performance as a woman on the edge of a nervous breakdown in Woody Allen's best film in nearly a decade.
Graeme Rooney was working in the Harrods stockroom when he got the news.
I have always thought the sex education in Holland is great." The things you end up talking about.
NAME a Scottish musical that is not Brigadoon.
CELEBRATING its 40th birthday this year, The Wicker Man is about due its midlife crisis.
Author William Boyd asked Daniel Craig's advice before writing the new James Bond novel, but admitted he would cast Daniel Day-Lewis as his ideal 007.
EDINBURGH'S venerable Usher Hall, which will celebrate its centenary next year, transforms itself into a silent-screen cinema on the night of Hallowe'en for a "spooktacular" event.
I SAY, is that a preposterously oversized stately home we see before us?
Two films in the recent past succeeded in the seemingly impossible, bringing audiences vital close-ups of real-life figures whose personalities were obscured by fame, infamy and history:
JUST a few hours play of Grand Theft Auto V, and you'll quickly work out the game's cultural parents and grandparents.
It's just after 2.30pm, Paris time, when Cate Blanchett arrives for our interview at Le Bristol hotel, one of the city's more luxurious five-star dwellings.
Showing a silly, childish and almost entirely innocent sitcom like Father Figure (BBC One, Wednesday, 11.35pm) so late at night is weird.