Everyone has heard of The Beatles. Young and old. So imagine there’s no Beatles. It’s easy if…well, that’s the premise of this Richard Curtis-Danny Boyle rom-com that is destined to be the feelgood movie of the summer.
A change at the top of an organisation generally heralds changes in the way of doing things, though altering the milk order may not be high on many lists of expectations
Film director Danny Boyle returned to the scene of one his biggest hits and said he’d welcome the opportunity to film again in Edinburgh.
Works by one of the most original artists of the modern era feature in a major exhibition this summer at the National Galleries of Scotland.
Surely not, I thought. Why is Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall overseeing a fleet of bin lorries emptying their rubbish over the edge of a promenade and into the sea?