Nick Miller The star of Long Walk to Freedom never met Nelson Mandela, but he was changed by him all the same.
Nick Miller So, who's your favourite Who? ''We are our choices,'' said Jean-Paul Sartre, adding that ''each utterance is a free project of designation issuing from the choice of a personal for-itself''.
Nick Miller As the Time Lord celebrates his 50th anniversary, it's time to pick a favourite, writes Nick Miller.
Nick Miller At last, the famous Python band is getting back together.
Nick Miller The five surviving members of Monty Python, the Beatles of comedy with a combined age of just 357, are reuniting next yea.
Nick Miller Bear Grylls' new television series is about other people's survival stories.
Nick Miller The Beatles of comedy: Monty Python survivors confirm reunion.
Nick Miller Much of the so-called cream of Australian art is lightweight, provincial and dull, and some of it is reminiscent of liquid crap, says one of Britain's leading critics.
Nick Miller Hannah Kent always knew she was going to be a writer. But she didn't imagine it like this.
Nick Miller Elvis Costello. One of those great snarling, tender voices that broke through the cracks of Thatcher's Britain.
Nick Miller We are in a crowded hotel basement in Soho, London. The music is eardrum-crushingly loud over the speakers, and Elvis Costello, yep, Elvis Costello is here in a blue suit, a hat, a black shirt and...
Nick Miller The first trailer for The Book Thief suggests it has all marks of genuine Oscar contender.
Nick Miller It's taken a late mentor for Ashton Kutcher to finally start acting his age.
Nick Miller In his Steve Jobs biopic, Ashton Kutcher may not only have found a role that will lead him into delayed adulthood, he has quite possibly found a project that could save his soul.
Nick Miller Did Leonardo da Vinci produce another Mona Lisa, pre-dating the one hanging in the Louvre?
Nick Miller Paris 'I could see my barramundi scales and it made me cry,' says indigenous artist Lena Nyadbi, of her trip up the Eiffel Tower this week.
Nick Miller Britain's pop star turned particle physicist Brian Cox on his burning curiosity about the nature of the universe.
Nick Miller 'Rock star' scientist Professor Brian Cox has always thought scientists should be celebrities.
Nick Miller A man's train is due. His coat is hanging from a coat stand, so he goes to put it on. He puts his arm into one sleeve. But, mysteriously, the arm gets a life of its own, embracing him.
Nick Miller The saga is bogged down in acrimony and suspicion with more stars expected to be named.