1. Roger Corman, influential B-movie king who nurtured great directors, dies at 98

    By: Will Dunham WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Low-budget cinema maestro Roger Corman, who cranked out hundreds of outrageous films over six decades and helped launch the careers of acclaimed directors Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola, James Cameron and Ron Howard, died on Thursday a
  2. Balancing Warmth and Weight in Hiking Jackets

    Embarking on a hiking adventure requires more than just a love for the great outdoors; it demands strategic preparation, and at the forefront of your considerations should be the choice of the right hiking jacket. We will dig into the delicate equilibrium between warmth and weight
  3. Emma Jones: BBC Sport presenter exposes creepy messages from 'horny' fans

    By Dan Burnham BBC Sport presenter Emma Jones has exposed more creepy messages she's been sent by fans in a cheeky video. Jones has regularly used her social media channels to highlight sexist and inappropriate messages that land in her inbox. Now, the situation has become so bad t
  4. My Mum, Your Dad viewers beg for another season after emotional end to series

    By Zara Woodcock My Mum, Your Dad left viewers in tears as the season came to an end with many couples leaving in happy partnerships. The ITV series saw parents from across the nation live together at a country house retreat as they attempted to find love. Unbeknownst to the parent
  5. When the Wind Blows: An Animated Tale of Nuclear Apocalypse With Music by Roger Waters & David Bowie (1986)
  6. US calls Roger Waters performance in Berlin 'deeply offensive to Jewish people'

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. State Department on Tuesday weighed in on a controversy over a performance by Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters, denouncing the show in Berlin as "deeply offensive to Jewish people" and accusing Waters of having a record of using antisemitic trope
  7. Roger Waters says Nazi outfit at Berlin concert was anti-fascist

    BERLIN/LONDON (Reuters) - Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters said he was opposing fascism and bigotry when he wore a Nazi-style uniform on stage at a concert in Berlin that led German police to launch an investigation into the British musician. The 79-year-old said aspects of his