Craig Foster talks at length about the impact the octopus has on his life, and how his relationships with other human beings also changed. He also attributes the ‘gentleness’ in his son — now a diver himself — to the thousands of hours spent in nature.
Film producer Guneet Monga, awarded France’s second-highest civilian honour, on stories that choose her, the importance of supporting women-led projects and what it takes for a movie to get into the Oscars
The diminished ability to taste, or hypogeusia, impacts our mental health much more than we think. Along with anosmia — the complete or partial loss of smell — it can wreak havoc on one’s perception of food.
Late-night television and its numerous talk shows have had their share of truth bombs drop on talk shows. Besides the Royals’ interview that grabbed global attention, here are six other times talk shows got the world talking.
The NCPCR, a statutory body formed under an act of the Indian Parliament in 2007, issued a legal notice to Bombay Begums on Thursday, asking Netflix to stop airing the show for its "inappropriate portrayal” of children.
Watch Flora and Ulysses, curled up on the couch, preferably with your family. With the year that the entire world has had, we could do with such films, which make you believe that better things are around the corner.
The man behind the brand, designer Satya Paul, died on Thursday, at Isha Ashram in Coimbatore. He was 78. The veteran designer had been unwell for some time, after having suffered a stroke in December last year.
His comment, coming at the end of a year that saw the Hindi film industry embroiled in a debate about nepotism, was made at the Express eAdda on Monday, where the actor was in conversation with national features editor Devyani Onial and the Indian Express film critic Shubhra Gupta.
Among those at the forefront of this phase in entertainment, playing out largely on online streaming services, is Pankaj Tripathi, credited with delivering some of 2020’s most talked about performances.
Nothing, and we stress on the nothing, is funny about the sitcom. We see garish loud colours, over the top eye rolls, and actors who don’t really need to prove their worth, but instead are found hamming.