Ukraine’s Jamala struck a surprise gold in the Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday with a song “1944” about war-time deportations of Crimean Tatars by the Soviet Union in one of the most controversial winners in the competition’s history. In a show known down the years for its playfulness and camp, 32-year-old Jamala struck a somber… Read More

By Brian Viner, Film Critic for the Daily Mail Zoolander 2 (12A) Verdict: Self-indulgent silliness  Rating: Fashion industry satire Zoolander came out in 2001. On the basis of this sequel, which has moments of exhilarating silliness, but is mostly a mess, I won’t mind waiting at least another 15 years for a third outing in… Read More

By Daily Mail Reporter She won rave reviews for her last album, Wanderlust, and it appears that the Germanic theme of Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s album’s title has now been translated into her latest look too. Headlining day two of the T in The Park event in Kinross, Scotland, the 35-year-old mother of three took to the… Read More

During Howard Cable’s remarkable career, spanning more than seven decades, his name became synonymous with Canadian music. Mr. Cable, who died recently at the age of 95, was revered for his skills as a conductor, composer, arranger, orchestrator and musician, but what made him an icon were his long-time associations with institutions such as the… Read More