Concerts and shows are to be staged in Liverpool to celebrate the golden anniversary of the city's - and possible the country's
A series of events were being unveiled today to celebrate 50 years since the formation of the Beatles. John Lennon, Paul
Don't let them define your reality... if 80,000 people attacked the Iranian government building it would be called a revolution yet when it happens in Greece it's called a protest. I don't trust anything the BBC tell me and neither should you.
Belts may be tightening, libraries may be closing, art funding may be shrinking - but let's look on the bright side this
I have never owned John Lennon's tooth, and after the NME ran with that story it ended up on 245 different websites all over the world. As I said, it was a funny story, but not true!
A rotten tooth, said to belong to John Lennon, is going up for auction on Saturday. The cavity-ridden, discoloured molar
John Lennon was not always the angel people like to think he was. Since his death and canonisation little has been said about his bouts of questionable behaviour. In his formative years he had more than his fair share of fisticuffs.
After last week's riots, Russell Brand writing in the Guardian owned up to having once been involved in such things. And a while back in the Daily Mail, right-wing columnist Peter Hitchens also owned up. Neither attempted to excuse their behaviour, but there was a slight suggestion that perhaps, in their day, compared with what we saw in Britain last week, there was a better class of riot.