Winston Churchill had a “Victorian fascination” with science and his investment in pioneering work led to a sprawling post-war R&D boom
Colin Firth combines deadpan and action man in Matthew Vaughn’s lurid OTT romp that adores, then gleefully trashes, the 007 legend
In a slick chamber piece, writer-director Alex Garland ponders a future where humans are scraggy bags of meat at the whim of a wily wi-fi widget
Dark Universe, the planetarium show at the Royal Observatory, tells the story of how scientists built a picture of the universe – and concluded that a vast majority was “missing”.
As The Imitation Game, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, prepares for the podium in film awards season, this comprehensive biography that inspired the film fills in the details on the life of genius codebreaker Alan Turing
The boss demands a sacrifice and in the ruthless corporate world there is no good and evil, just winners and losers in the unflinching Bull at the Maria, Young Vic
Daniel M Davis explores the immune system and how a handful of scientists discovered how cells distinguish between friend and foe – and might act as match-maker
According to the support notes to this film, Londoner Anthony Wilcox sold his house and spent a year writing the script for Hello Carter, his full directorial debut.
Time and place are exquisitely linked. As you go higher, for example, time dilates. These days its even possible to measure this change in the tens of centimetres so the skyscraper dwellers of London can laugh at the fast-ageing bottom-feeders.