The doomed Scottish monarch has divided opinion ever since the days when she was forced off the throne.
Retiring from a career in elite sports can be stressful in a number of ways, something the former tennis world number one understands very well.
With the latest series of Black Mirror, Netflix is driving television to new levels of interactivity.
Unsolicited artwork by the world famous artist can cause big problems for private building owners.
The French writer's work and life make perfect cinematic subjects.
Tailored VR technology is helping creating digital musical instruments that musicians with disabilities can play.
Archaeologists have found cloves and black pepper corns they believe to be more than 1,000 years old at a site in Sri Lanka.
He was seen as 'moody' and 'petulant', but Murray was just a single-minded champion who deserves the success he has enjoyed.
Male monks were not the sole producers of books throughout the Middle Ages.
Our birth is one of the all-important bookends of our lives and affects so much of what comes later – so why don't we think about it more?
Tintin's adventures aren't just fun to read – you can pick up a lot of history as well.
It made for brilliant viewing, but Channel 4's Brexit drama missed out on some important details.
The Brazilian president used WhatsApp and other social media to smear his opponents and sow division in the electorate.
A new film tells the moving story of the twilight years of comedy's most successful double act.
60 years ago a revolution began within the revolution for Cuba's film industry.
Social media promised to be a democratising platform for citizen journalists – but now its limitations are becoming clear.
As more and more children embrace meat-free diets, using 'Chicken Run' to promote burgers may no longer work for fast food chains.
Reports of demonic possession are once again on the rise. But during the devil’s last apogee in early modern Europe, demonic afflictions were taken seriously by both priests and physicians.
In the 1980s, Diane Torr was struggling as an office employee and moonlighting go-go dancer – until she read Angela Carter's The Sadeian Woman.
Future Sounds: Listening to Lynette Roberts, the forgotten Welsh poet.
Though it causes great personal pain, Hiroshima's last remaining orphans still want the world to hear their stories, 75 years on.
Christmas annuals are still found countless trees but how did they become some popular in the first place?
Post-apocalyptic visions reflect society's fears – and gamers get to immerse themselves in it.
Here's a bumper crop of thought-provoking and engaging novels for enquiring minds.
If it hadn't been for A Christmas Carol, the menu may well have centred on goose (or a boar's head).