Bed-hopping and bunnies: The Favourite and the radical remake of the period drama

The once stuffy genre has been given a reboot, with emotional truth as important as historical fidelityModern Toss...

Bowie biopic Stardust ‘won’t have any of dad’s music’ says son

Duncan Jones says family has not approved film, but instead proposes Neil Gaiman projectDavid Bowie’s son, Duncan Jones, has...

Spring review – jugglers join dancers for joyfully hypnotic show

Sadler’s Wells, LondonGandini Juggling and Alexander Whitley’s collaboration is full of simple pleasures and intricate skillAhybrid of...

The Strictly factor: which new TV dance show has the right moves?

BBC1’s The Greatest Dancer and Channel 4’s Flirty Dancing are going toe to toe for audiences. But can they fill Strictly’s shoes?

Fat White Family review – growing up disgracefully

The Lexington, LondonThe disreputable Brixton art rockers are touting their new album as a rebirth. It’s bound to be gory

Another Planet: A Teenager in Suburbia by Tracey Thorn – review

Snogs at discos and Saturday shopping ... the Everything But the Girl frontwoman looks back on humdrum days in the spiritual home...

iOS 12.1.4 is coming to fix the worst iPhone and iPad bug to date

If you're running iOS 12.1 or later on your iPhone, then the iOS 12.1.4 patch that's coming next week is a must-have...

Lowe’s is shutting down its Iris smart home platform at the end of March

In a move that may seem obvious in retrospect, Lowe’s has decided that its Iris smart home platform is not in fact...

Marie Kondo tries to help a digital hoarder get his life in order

On a recent Saturday morning, while my wife and infant slept in their peaceful, newly uncluttered rooms, I opened my laptop, clicked...

Apple rips Facebook for phone app it says is ‘clear breach’ of agreement

Facebook has been paying people to install an app that allows it to hoover up data on exactly how they use their smartphones.