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To celebrate Father’s Day this year, we're remembering some of the best dads on-screen. Cuddly, wise, supportive or inspirational, these are the fathers that never let their kids down.
Film and TV offer a wealth of examples of the robots taking over, can we learn some tips?
Climate change takes centre stage at art exhibitions in London and Madrid. Meanwhile, romance is at the heart of the Cabourg Film Festival in France.
A new photography book showing several never before seen images of The Beatles is being released, called "With a Little Help from My Len". But who was the man behind the camera?
Get your piggie bank at the ready. For the small sum of $110,000 (€104,000), Disneyland is offering fans a globe-trotting tour of 12 theme parks in a private jet.
Ukraine won this year's Eurovision song contest but can't host because of the Russian invasion.
Billed as the most daring freerunning competition in the world, the Red Bull Art of Motion 2022 showcased gravity-defying stunts and tricks. But who was crowned the King and Queen of parkour?
The singer has won an Oscar, a Grammy and received a knighthood, but what's next in his 8th decade?
François Delarozière designs immense mechanical creatures that interact with people in French cities and beyond. His Grand Elephant in Nantes draws thousands of tourists each year to the city's former shipyards.
Velvet, rich and homogeneous, the Viennese sound is distinctive. But what is its secret? How is it created? Musica goes in search of clues with musicians from the Vienna Philharmonic.
A previously unknown era of history comes into the limelight as the UK builds its high-speed rail link.
Italy has been so successful in regaining ancient artworks and artefacts illegally exported from the country that it has now created a museum just for them.
The museum has had a plaster cast of the guitarist's member donated 52 years after his death.
The actor has been accused of four charges including sexual assault and causing a person to engage in penetrative sex without consent.
This will be the singer's seventh album, coming six years after the incredible 'Lemonade'.
Ahead of UNESCO talks over the ownership of the Parthenon Marbles between Greece and the UK, the British Museum president has suggested he would be open to sharing.
Winning 2022's Siena Creative Photo Awards' overall prize is Portuguese photographer André Boto. We look through some of the highlights from this year's selection.
Annecy becomes the capital of animation every June with its festival, which has become the largest in the world. A hundred or so countries are represented, with more than 100,000 spectators and around 500 films screened.
As the members of BTS say they are taking a break due to "exhaustion", we look at how the band rose to international stardom.
If you're searching for an idea that you can purchase online at the last minute, then here's our list of experienced-based gifts for culture-loving dads.
Would you compete on this new 'Squid Game' reality show?
An iconic sculpture by world famous artist Jeff Koons is being auctioned to raise funds for humanitarian aid in Ukraine. But how much is the sculpture expected to go for?
Is it every fans dream? Or would being cast in your favourite film or TV show bring up uncomfortable memories?
In his latest piece, Albert Oehlen asks viewers to enter his studio via VR and watch him draw a new work. The eerie experience gets you up close and personal without ever being near another actual person.
After backlash online Lizzo rereleased her single 'GRRRLS' from upcoming album 'Special,' but what got fans so annoyed?
From NFTs, to virtual reality experiences, to enormous installations, what's on offer at this year's Art Basel?
Only Ukrainians could find the funny side of their most desperate war. Comedians Serhiy Lipko and Anastasia Zukhvala took a day off in Serhy's army schedule to get married and enjoy a stand-up event.
The dress that Monroe wore to serenade JF Kennedy is a piece of history, did Kardashian stretch her luck by wearing it?
As life imitates art, author of 'How to Murder Your Husband', Nancy Crampton Brophy began serving a life sentence this week for murdering her own husband.
Is this the latest battle between national censors and international studios?
The 75th annual Tony Awards took place at Radio City Music Hall in New York for the first time since the Covid-19 pandemic. The Lehman Trilogy, Company and A Strange Loop picked up the show's most prestigious awards
Audiences tuned in in their droves to watch 'Squid Game,' will they be back for more in season 2?
As the Isle of Man TT notches up its third death in just over a week, we speak to a sports journalist and a psychologist about what makes deadly sports so appealing.
Norway's new national museum gets a royal opening in Oslo and becomes the Nordic region's largest cultural building.
The 12th edition of the Berlin Biennale art show has opened in the German capital. This year's edition is called "Still Present!" with the focus on artists from countries in the East.
The dust has hardly settled. Not long ago Russian troops were bearing down on Ukraine's capital - now the story of this chapter of the invasion is already being told in Kyiv's State Museum of the Great Patriotic War
An original edition of William Shakespeare’s First Folio, often referred to as the most important book in English literature, will be auctioned next month in New York and estimated to sell for $2.5m
A new study has found that caffeine and other amphetamine-like chemicals replaced MDMA in a large portion of pills in the UK last year.
It is the music of war - music filled with rage and indignation about Russia's invasion of his country. Viacheslav Drofa, a Ukrainian musician who goes by the stage name 'Otoy,' is using thumping rap to recount his experiences as a soldier in the conflict with Russia.
As Daniel Ek and Martin Lorentzon announce their grand ambitions for the next ten years of Spotify, we look at what made the app such a success.
She's got a podcast and a stand-up special on Amazon but how does Suzi Ruffell navigate the world of comedy?
Is it fair for immigration systems in Europe to ask for proof that people are LGBTQ?
These LGBTQ+ Ukrainians are speaking out - but why now?
These are the hottest European films on #Netflix right now. Do you agree?
As Paris tunes in to watch the trial of the surviving member of the terrorist cell responsible for the Bataclan attack, the thieves who stole Banksy's commemorative mural are also in the docks.
A London art gallery is unveiling a new pavilion commissioned to an American artist. Called "Black Chapel," the installation is a black wooden cylinder with elements paying tribute to his father.
Books to devour this summer at the beach, recommended by TikTok's ‘bookfluencers’
Home to some of the most ancient relics related to winemaking, a new museum is showing a history of wine that's separate from it's traditionally thought origins.
Chris Davis was a top-shelf bartender when a realisation hit him about his roots.
Romería del Rocío is an important religious pilgrimage that has taken place for centuries in the southern Spanish region of Andalusia