The Wellcome Collection's new exhibition uses the model of the asylum as a "safe place to go mad" to see how it could inform mental health services today.
Stephen Avery's lawyers are going on tour.
When theologian John Hull went completely blind, he kept a series of diaries to remind him of life before he was plunged into darkness. A new film explores how he began to make sense of the world again.
From parody porn to a real-life Littlefinger's brothel, ever since 'Game of Thrones' first aired, businesses and websites have been racing to make viewers' fantasies real.
In 2005, cabaret performer Iestyn Edwards auditioned for what he thought would be a good gig singing for officers in London. Instead, he ended up taking his drag ballerina act to Camp Bastion.
Vanessa Engle's new documentary 'Love You to Death' explores the lives of the 86 women killed by their male partners in Britain in 2013.
Apparently, one in seven women find love at the annual Christmas do.
Sarah Hepola, author of Blackout, on the paranoia, fun and pain of drinking so much your memory stops "recording".
It looks like we're about to get musical remakes of Mean Girls, Clueless and The OC. It's a lazy, cynical cash-grab, but we're just as much to blame as those behind the shows.
Put your sex goggles on, perverts, and let's get out on the prowl.