Scott is probably best known for his part as the villainous Moriarty in the hugely popular series Sherlock, but he has also gained plaudits for his stage work
As Abba prepare to wave their über-hot Abbatar hologram selves (circa 1979) off on tour, what does it say about our need for a sense of community in an increasingly individualised world that old age, physical demise – even death – won’t stop the music?
Having generated lots of acclaim and won a record contract way back when, Irish indie-tronia band the 202s are now releasing their second album - nine years later. ‘We made five human beings since we last made a record,’ says frontman Mike Glennon - who has learned that the secret to making good music is to be in no rush
Ryan’s meteoric rise as a novelist has brought him awards and plaudits - but also considerable envy and snobbish backbiting