Locals use beauty in the battle to reclaim public space from the clutches of organised crime groups.
Salvator Mundi is the most expensive painting ever to be sold. It remains to be seen who bought it and where it will be kept.
England's cricket team is expected to lose the series against aggressive Australian opposition. But they might just defy expectations.
Attempts to change French grammar to make it more gender-blind have aroused the wrath of many conservatives.
Is there something in the way theatre is organised that makes abuse of power so depressingly commonplace?
The biggest name in the era of silent movies was also a serial sexual predator.
Just about everyone knows whodunnit. But there are other reasons to see a movie than just the plot.
American comedian Larry David has drawn fire for his jokes about the Holocaust. But he draws on a long tradition of Jewish humour.
Tesco is right, British Muslims enjoy Christmas just as much as the next family.
The first poem in space was a plea for world peace.
Established media organisations are collaborating across borders and with new media to break big stories such as global tax avoidance by the rich and powerful.
Can fashion and make-up be utilised to help acid attack victims on the road to recovery?
Anne of Denmark proved women could play a key role in the 17th-century patriarchy.
It’s as if Socrates’ remark that 'the trees teach me nothing' is very much still the attitude today.
A simple signature can lead to an incredible story.
An old Scottish master has revealed its secret after 430 years. What next from art detectives?
It wasn't just 'mindless' brutality – but it should remind us that violence too often begets violence.
If theatre, film and TV is to accurately reflect the world we live in, then the actors cast must reflect that diversity too.
Three minutes of bland and uncontroversial radio which doesn't reflect the passion and complexity of religion.
A look at the spooky side of electromagnetism in our culture.