Up close and personal with big cats, whose numbers in the wild for some species have dwindled dramatically.
The exhibition, held at Kensington Palace, traces the evolution of Diana's style from glamorous evening gowns to chic Catherine Walker suits.
After years of covering war in Iraq and Afghanistan, Magnum Photographer Peter van Agtmael explores everyday life in the US, as a way of understanding his experiences and his country.
Stephen Shore spent nearly every day at Warhol's Factory between 1965 and 1967, taking pictures of its diverse cast of characters.
The European Union Baroque Orchestra (EUBO) will relocate to Antwerp
The perfect recipe for crepes and American pancakes.
The Amber Spyglass, the last in Pullman's His Dark Materials series was published way back in 2000.
Each figure is a hybrid, constructed from fragments taken from his own photographs.
Last week, Ramsay dished out some interesting tidbits on Reddit in his third informal Ask Me Anything Q&A.
A dramatic photo of an assassin standing over the body of Russia's ambassador to Turkey has won the prestigious annual contest.
Titles were removed from Amazon in countries where Holocaust denial is illegal
Pizza outlets across the country offer vegan cheeses and "mock" meats.
Highlights include an articulated iron manikin from the 1500s, an animatronic baby from Japan and one of the first walking bipedal robots.
Presented as a chronological overview, this traces Hockney's development from his time as a student up to his recent success at the Royal Academy and beyond.
The Art Deco control room of a derelict Hungarian power station has been chosen by the public as the winner of the Art of Building photography competition.
The work of the Jewish thinker who coined the phrase 'the banality of evil' is enjoying newfound popularity.
The Orchid Festival runs from the 4 February-5 March 2017 at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
The former fans disagreed with Rowling's comments on President Donald Trump and his controversial travel ban.