Matt Adcock reviews David Brent: Life On The Road (15)
In July 1966 the England football team was about to pull off the impossible and London was fast becoming the hip, groovy and happening place to be.
Fans of The Kinks are in for a spectacular evening with the arrival of Sunny Afternoon to the area.
A pastor and a Rolls-Royce aerospace engineer are among the 12 hopefuls competing to win the 2016 series of The Great British Bake Off.
Matt Adcock reviews Pete’s Dragon, starring Robert Redford
Next month sees the release of a new Beatles documentary, directed by Oscar winner Ron Howard.
A new study has found that Britons are struggling to tell their hippogriffs from their hippopotamuses and their kestrels from their thestrals.
Vinyl has had something of a resurgence in recent years and it is thought that annual sales could surpass the three million mark in the UK for the first time in decades.
Big name musicals and stars of the small screen come as part of a packed new autumn season at Milton Keynes Theatre.
Matt Adcock reviews Suicide Squad (15), staring Will Smith and Margot Robbie
Matt Adcock reviews Jason Bourne, starring Matt Damon and Alicia Vikander
You get two for the price of one with the celebrated CCR – the opinions of seasoned hackette Bev Creagh and flamboyant newshound Stewart Carr.
In a world where the pocket calculator was as close as many of us got to technology, the video recorder seemed like it had come from outer space (or possibly off the set of Tomorrow’s World). A whole world of television viewing opened up in the late 1970s with TV shows and the latest(ish) films available to watch whenever we wanted.