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The singer on why she owes a lot of her success to an injured crow, being born in the wrong decade and the benefits of heartache.
These days, over-ear cans are a common sight, with slimline designs meaning most are suitable for use on the go.
The British-born actress on early success, being a shy child, making mistakes in public and why she thinks about retirement all the time.
Cape Town's poshest hotels, sunshine and wine-tasting - it sounds like a middle-aged man's dream. But, insists the cast of Mad Dogs, it's no holiday.
Fujifilm’s X20 is a £500 metal lump so retro it feels like you should accessorise it with a top hat and cape. Fuji isn’t daft, though – the camera is loaded with high-end gadgetry.
With a name that has inspired 1,001 piscine puns, the 27-year-old actress is one of Britain’s fastest-rising talents. She is engaged to British actor Sam Claflin.
With the first major of the year about to tee off at Augusta, golfers everywhere celebrate the start of the season. Here EWEN MURRAY picks his highlights.
The new ‘film opera’ blends live singing and a 26-piece orchestra with a recorded electronic soundtrack, and both 2D and 3D film – all in 110 minutes with no interval.
From Margheritas to Four Seasons, nearly all pizzas are big on tomato. The natural acidity in tomato pairs well with red wines that have similar zip to them.
Next Sunday Live magazine morphs into a new one called Event. To say I’m excited would be like describing the afternoon Einstein figured out E really does equal MC2 as a good day at the office.
He has notched up sales of 100 million records, but in the past decade the rock star has added another string to his bow.
The Electree, which costs £283, comes with two USB cables, one for lower-powered devices such as smartphones, and one for more juice-hungry gizmos.
And you thought Ocean’s Eleven was just make-believe? DI Mike Wetheridge, head of the Metropolitan Police’s Gaming Unit, explains some of the tactics.
At the Empire Test Pilots' School (ETPS) at Boscombe Down in Wiltshire, highly skilled military aviators are turned into an elite within an elite.
The Dacia Duster Ambiance has been a hit – especially in France, where owner Renault has successfully pitched it as a money-saving alternative to cars you actually like the look of.
'It is the quintessential Egyptian street food. You can buy it at stalls, cafes, everywhere. It’s totally egalitarian, too,' said Anissa Helou, one of the world’s most respected food writers.
Have you ever tasted wine from Japan? Koshu is coming. It’s so subtle, crisp and delicate it’s like sipping the fragrant crystal waters from the very peak of Mount Cherry Blossom.
It's in a class of its own. There are small crossovers out there, like the Vauxhall Mokka I had a fortnight ago, but they’re not genuine off-roaders. They just look like it.
From Alan Bleasdale's gripping 1982 drama to Mike Leigh's brilliant suburban sitcom of manners, the screenwriter on great British television.
Today up to 250,000 potentially lethal Allied bombs remain buried in German soil. In the final act of the conflict, a team of photographic sleuths in Edinburgh is helping to find them.
Noe of use need an excuse to venerate the noble rasher of bacon. I honour a packet every Saturday morning, smoked streaky, cooked just the right side of burnt.
The DesignLine TV has light 'spilling out' of its edges in the same colour as the film on screen, and rows of coloured LED lights which makes watching reminiscent of some sort of Sixties art even...
One day shelf-stacker Hugh Howey decided to change his life, and sat at his laptop to write an ebook. Two years later he earns millions.
Forget the staycation this summer and be charmed by the distinctly Dorset-like Nantucket, an underwater restaurant in the Maldives and culinary heaven in St Lucia.
Few products offer the arrangement of hi-fi speakers to create the best sound, while decorating a room in a minimalist fashion - apart from The Elipson Sound Tree.
While claims to deliver ‘surround’ sound are often overstated, all of these models should be a huge improvement over your TV’s speakers.
A new book celebrates the history of the Porsche 911, from its humble beginnings in post-war Germany to global cult status and drive of the stars.
From having but not driving, to selling but still owning, to having sold and no longer owning, I now find myself in the position of trying to source a Ferrari F40.
Britain's most successful comedian has survived a poverty-stricken childhood, merciless bullying, nervous breakdowns, Hollywood bust-ups and family tragedy.
The One Show presenter on difficult interviewees, being voted the sexiest Welshwoman alive, and why she will never again do Bikram yoga with a hangover.
The U.S. Senate has announced that it won’t even vote on whether America needs a new assault weapons ban.
This new Jaguar estate is like going from black-and-white to colour. A cool blue glow comes from the instruments, and a big touchscreen controls everything from your iPod to your £240 heated ste...
You might think wine and chocolate are not the most obvious pairing in the world but there are all sorts of wines that go well. Generally, the sweeter the chocolate, the sweeter your wine should ...
Fiercely competitive on the court and off duty, documentary maker Michael Cockerell managed to obtain a unique first-hand insight to the life of the man who would be Prime Minister.
Imagine if suddenly, and completely without warning, the world experienced a total blackout – no electricity, no mobile phones, no banks, no internet, no TV, no emergency services. Nothing.
The Döttling Fortress is a high-security safe equipped with motorised mounts that rotate to mimic the movement of a wrist.
Tom Cruise's people have been on about him appearing on my breakfast show soon. But I don't think I could sit there not asking him the questions I want answered.
The Britain’s Got Talent judge on heartache, being too sensitive, and why she will do anything she can to rescue animals.
This spring thousands of British tourists will head to Nepal to marvel at Mount Everest. But the biggest danger many will face is the airplane ride to base camp.
From riding some of the most challenging race trails usually only tackled by the world's top professionals, to taking on the famed cobbled streets of the 'Hell of the North'.
HTC comes up with a phone to rival the iPhone 5, only sleeker, faster and louder. It's so fast you feel guilty if you're only texting on it. Just don't tell any teenagers.
The pop producer is in jail for murder. But is a new made for TV film about his trial starring Al Pacino and Helen Mirren about to stir up more controversy?
‘Yes,’ I sighed, with not quite the same enthusiasm. ‘And one of the worst of mine.’ Now they’d stitched me in front of seven million viewers.
Sublime in the sea, and even better on the plate, scallops are softly alluring, part bivalve ballet dancer, part marine Pac Man.
The magician gives a surprisingly candid interview in which he reveals he once tried to 'cure' himself of his homosexuality using mind control. It didn't work.
He was eight when he landed a role on Channel 4 sitcom Desmond’s in the Nineties. Since then he has presented a string of shows including Top Of The Pops.
With Easter Sunday now two weeks away, it's time to start preparing the traditional British favourite - roast lamb - with a good red wine.
Finally, the age of high-end Bluetooth audio may be upon us, even if these wooden cubes look decidedly retro.
Speaking through a translator, Tong Chee works fast, throwing bashed ginger and spring onions into the duck, then sealing up both ends with well-honed ease.
Fifty of the Allied airmen who tunnelled out of Stalag Luft III were executed. Simon Read retraces the remarkable manhunt led by a British bobby to bring the Nazi killers to justice.
As you know, things have changed massively for utility vehicles like Range Rovers since the Seventies. Now we have a raft of mini-compact-crossover-whatevers, like the this chunky new thing from ...
Tom Hanks is one of my favourite actors, and a thoroughly charming man, but as a potential interviewee he's proved more elusive than a photo of Lord Lucan riding Shergar side-saddle with Elvis.
Ai Weiwei, the artist who is on a mission to change China, talks about why he will always demand 'freedom of expression and democracy'.
According to a new report, the family dining room is in decline. I’m not surprised. Surely the kitchen diner is where we’re all at nowadays?
The latest masterpiece from mechanical sculptor Miki Eleta is the result of a question about the precision of his work. He challenged himself to make an accurate mechanical clock from scratch in ...
Superman, Iron Man and Star Trek go where no man has gone before... Hold onto your seats, it's blockbuster season: We round up the latest celluloid bestsellers coming your way.
The syntax-mangling former Pussycat Doll on being Simon Cowell’s ‘angel’ – and how her X Factor success sparked a love affair with the British.
After achieving the 'impossible' by walking the Amazon, the former army captain ups the ante with 60 days on a desert island - and no clothes.
Tom Morris is counting down to the unveiling of his latest collaboration with Adrian Kohler’s pioneering Handspring Puppet Company.
The son of Jeremy Irons and Sinead Cusack on being diagnosed as dyslexic at eight, being terrified by Kevin Spacey and the wise advice his parents gave him.
Asus's solution to the most ridiculous of all developed-world 'problems' isn't a gadget detox but a gadget mother ship: a 10in HD tablet with a slot where you can dock a smaller 4.7in phone.
Porsche is calling the Cayenne GTS ‘the sports car among SUVs’, but what I appreciated most is how calm it is to drive.
The French are brilliant. And brilliantly weird. What the French don’t like doesn’t happen. And quite right too. We could learn a lot from these guys.
The Volkner Mobil Performance bus comes with all mod cons inside: fitted kitchen with dishwasher, full-sized shower and adjustable leather seats.
Dinner with the majority of chefs is rather more likely to be devoured among the chilli-spiked fumes of a backstreet Chinese than bathed in the expensive downlighting of some stiffly starched tem...
In the same way that chefs deploy a spice rack, winemakers use oak to impart flavours and textures, enhancing certain characteristics and bringing out the best in their vino.
I recorded a cameo performance in a hit American TV legal comedy called Franklin & Bash today, and a few of the show’s stars came to my CNN studio.
Three years on from the earthquake that devastated the country, a shocking report on the squalor and chaos that remains.
The DeWalt drill set is very user-friendly, which is important; it also looks cool – well, for a drill anyway!
The C-Explorer 5, a fully air-conditioned mini-submarine, seats four plus a pilot, has an eight-hour battery life and can reach depths of 300m.
Mother’s Day is another chance for us to raise a glass, and pink bubbly is a great option, but there are a couple of thoughtful wine tricks you can play to really make your mum feel special.
As attention focuses on the conclave assembling to elect a new Pope, beneath the paths and lawns of the Vatican’s Pigna Courtyard is a bustling underground world.
He followed his Oscars for Slumdog by persuading the Queen to co-star with 007 at the Olympics. So what sort of encore can we expect from the man who refused to become Sir Danny Boyle?
The film and TV drama actor on playing Ronnie Biggs, working with Steven Spielberg and why he is an Essex boy at heart.
This week my 87-year-old mum came out with this bombshell: ‘You couldn’t get me an iPad the next time you’re in town, could you, love?'
The Chromebook's terabyte of 'cloud' storage would have accommodated John Peel’s music collection with room to spare, and is probably worth more than the machine itself.
VW has reworked this 2.0-litre diesel to give ten more horsepower and it had plenty of punch when overtaking, which was the only time it really got noisy.
The Oscars red carpet is the greatest showbusiness parade of them all. So I was thrilled when CNN asked me to anchor a live two-hour special from the carpet.
He is the celebrity artist du jour. His work sells for six-figure sums and he currently has a waiting list of around 30 commissions.
With consommé, there’s simply nowhere to hide. And that’s why it’s as sure a sign of a chef’s art than any soufflé Suissesse.
At present, there’s a two-month waiting list for the Pebble – people who paid early to fund the watch’s development are getting theirs now.
If the Bentley Continental GT were driven by High Court judges, everyone would think it was very refined, but it's hard to pretend it's an intelligent choice.
Of the 450 vehicles that started the race in January, a third never made it to the finish. But this year one team faced even more of a challenge – a team of injured military veterans.
Now 32, the actor still retains the boyish good looks that prompted director Peter Jackson to cast him in the career-defining role of Frodo Baggins.
The celebrity baker on the importance of buying a British car, racing bikes at 200mph past the police and why bread-making makes you good at giving massages.
Mounts such as Proporta’s GripStick let drivers enjoy a lot of this technology right now without forking out for a preposterously expensive American car the size of a main battle tank.
It comes with two racing controllers, and drivers have their pick of 12 limited-edition cars, including a Ferrari 512 Coda Lunga and the Porsche 917 itself.
The two famous TV presenters were transformed so skilfully into ageing art dealers that I genuinely didn’t recognise them.
On the Beatles side, there’s no denying Paul McCartney’s taste. On the Stones side? Brian Jones ran a Rolls-Royce while Mick Jagger ran a Bentley.
Arjeplog sits between lakes Hornava and Storavan, which freeze solid for three months each year, creating the perfect place to test a car’s winter roadholding.
High-alcohol wines can be fun, but have a tendency to swamp the flavours of a meal and can leave you feeling giddy - especially if you're skiing down a mountain.
The meek independent butcher shall inherit the once-corporate Earth. How does that sound?
Atul Kochhar is not only one of the pioneers of high-end Indian food, he’s also the grandmaster of spice, more magician than mere cook.
Hard to believe it’s based on a Fiesta; it’s got huge airy spaces above your head and around your knees.
Which diva's career did he save? Which film director's offer did he refuse? And which Hollywood star did he inspire?
This year's ceremony will see the youngest and oldest ever Best Actress nominees battle it out for the coveted golden statuette - but can you name them?
The Blossom One's trump card is that, to save you hours of wide-eyed experimenting, it can ‘read’ the perfect settings for a brew.
I’m sure you know about Comic Relief, but did you realise that Wine Relief, which runs in partnership with it, has raised over £4 million for Comic Relief since 1999?
The winner of Food, Glorious Food would not only get £20,000, but also have their recipe turned into a Marks & Spencer ready meal and sold across the land.
By airing yet another spurious, gypsy-themed programme on Monday night, My Big Fat Gypsy Valentine, Channel 4 weren’t just flogging a dead horse.
The poor chap was clearly looking forward to a few quiet years of studying and writing, his two great passions.
Stephen Fry quipped, 'Zero Dark Thirty was billed as history's greatest manhunt for the world's most dangerous man... so I assumed it was the NRA's attempt to track down Piers Morgan'.
Later this month, London’s mayor will hold a public hearing and then determine whether to grant planning permission for a 41-storey block of flats, just 20 yards from the club.
The Girls Aloud singer and Strictly star on shunning the showbiz world, her bum's Twitter account, and her royal fan club.
This week 22-year-old singer-songwriter Tom Odell will collect his first Brit Award. We suspect it won't be his last...
Who keeps Gandalf’s staff in an umbrella stand? All is revealed as our brightest stars gather for Live’s unique celebration of British film.
Now, if you want to expand your music collection, rent a new film or find some reading matter for your commute, it can be in front of you in seconds.
Bruce Weiner has amassed the world’s largest collection of microcars; a lesser-known but much-loved class of post-war European vehicles.
Three times a year, cousins Andy Drury and Nigel Green head to war zones, sites of natural disasters and man-made tragedies, or military dictatorships.
Everything about it is calculated to make your life easier, from the lower loading sill and bigger boot to the hill descent and cruise control to the comfier, wider seats.
Champagne is made from the Traditional Method, also known as the Méthode Champenoise. This involves secondary fermentation in individual bottles, which forms the fine bubbles.
Boldly, Marantz’s Fifties-style Consolette dock has gone all out to woo the very same snobs that are its natural enemies in the wild.
It’s impossible not to be swept up in his passion, his encyclopaedic knowledge and his utter obsession with ingredients, history and culture.
Truly awful images emerged today of Paul Gascoigne speaking at an event in a dreadful state of alcohol-induced incoherence and misery.
His friends and former colleagues have tried to help on countless occasions. More than most people realise.
If galleries will openly flaunt items worth millions on their walls, perhaps it’s inevitable that criminals will be tempted to target them rather than a secure bank vault.
Most critics actually reacted fairly favourably to the pilot episode of Derek, which makes Gervais’s decision to come out fighting now all the more baffling.
After a scene-stealing performance in Skyfall – and with another blockbuster out next week – the actor has timed his bid for stardom to perfection.
Though best known for her acting roles, the 26-year-old actress is also an acclaimed singer, having made her Metropolitan Opera debut as a child.
Is this because, as some wise old owl informed me, you can’t out-train a bad diet? (I really like that.) Plus, should I add milk to my 2013 list of banned substances.
He has starred in over 60 films, with highlights including The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert in 1994.
Last year RNLI crews made 8,321 launches (an average of 23 a day), of which 3,108 were in darkness, rescuing 7,912 people.
What’s Doctor Who’s assistant up to now? All is revealed as our brightest stars gather for Live’s unique celebration of British film.
Having spent an hour trying to convince us that Prince Harry was just like a normal Army bloke, BBC3 resorted to cooing over ‘access’.
The new touchscreen Z10 and its reassuringly dorky ‘old school’ BlackBerry cousin, the Q10, both offer plenty under the bonnet to fascinate anyone with a geeky side.
At the heart of the Pegasus is a cast-iron base plate, which supports more than 220 strings and 10,000 components.
The actress has played Cherie Blair twice, Narcissa Malfoy in three Harry Potter films, and Mama Jeanne in Martin Scorsese’s Hugo.
To refresh his memory, I played him a wild clip from our previous encounter. He watched with mounting horror.
When I heard the news, my heart leapt into my mouth with excitement. But then I started to worry. Another overambitious menu from some Michelin-starred maestro.
You can of course go mad with the options sheet. A square steering wheel (modelled on the One-77’s) costs a grand, a carbon-fibre roof panel another grand.
I love sipping delicately aromatic Albariño from north-west Spain as an aperitif. But I’d also give a shout out to Moschofilero from Greece.
Tough Mudder was only launched in October 2009. In 2010, fewer than 50,000 people in the U.S. took part in all the runs combined. This year, 1.5 million mud runners signed up for around 150 event...
He’s got the strength of a rhino, the ambition of a politician and last month helped England seal a historic win over world champions New Zealand.
Blind since the age of 12, the Italian tenor, 54, is the most successful solo classical artist of all time with an estimated fortune of £40 million.
As the work of pop art pioneer Roy Lichtenstein goes on display at Tate Modern, Marcus Field reveals the money-spinning secrets of the art world’s mega-shows.
We met backstage at President Obama’s Inaugural Ball before he performed, and he immediately began mocking me in a thick English accent.
The jam-jar-sized Damson Twist fills rooms with sound by means of a suitably scary-sounding technology – ‘Incisor Diffusion’.
I love the crease lines in the doors, the sense of balance and the little hint of SLS in the front grille and in the bullseye air vents inside.
Live has always been first for technology. Now we present an exclusive special edition with interactive content.
It was only after he moved to New Jersey and his marriage began to crumble that the breakthrough came.
It’s warmly recommended – in moderation, of course – with red wine in particular offering a range of possible health benefits, especially with regard to vascular health.
A tiny proportion of them are good. Memorably good, where even the most fleeting of recollections acts like the bell with Pavlov’s dogs.
Once a rebel against organisation, an advocate of ‘How can it be exciting if it’s not spontaneous?’, I’m now a total convert. Mr Let’s Get The Diary Out And Check.
I’m struggling to imagine anything worse than being a guest booker on ITV’s The Jonathan Ross Show.
Headphones have been around for nearly 100 years – but it’s taken until now to create a pair that suits the gym.
The Quadski does have a touch of the April Fool’s about it, but we can assure you it is real – despite the chunky, toy-like body.
The singer and actress on why she's been escaping reality since she was born, nightclubbing at 13 and getting sawn in half every night.
The last time I tested a Range Rover, a hippy tapped on the window and did choking mimes on behalf of Mother Earth.
Adam Luck investigates the new breed of hi-tech ticket touts – and asks why nothing’s being done to stop them.