14 August 2014
Simon Callow reprises his one-man show Juvenalia at the Fringe nearly forty years after its premiere but the reaction has been very different.
The second Inbetweeners film continues to dominate the UK and Ireland box office chart, leaving the latest Expendables sequel floundering in its wake.
A joke by Tim Vine is voted the funniest at this year's Edinburgh Fringe, making him the first comedian to win the accolade twice.
The Jeeves and Wooster stage show, Perfect Nonsense, cuts short a West End run that had been planned to take it into 2015.
Marion Cotillard fights redundancy in latest role
The video-less video games for blind players
Royal Blood rewrite the rules of rock
Folk-rock musician Cate Le Bon on ignoring her critics
Scottish independence debate plays out on stage
BBC Arts brings the festival to your fingertips
Long live 35mm film
Comedian Tim Vine's joke is voted the funniest at this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Dr Michael Mosley investigates the truth behind the headlines for Horizon
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