Hozier filled Manchester’s Albert Hall with his soulful melodies and smooth melancholy performance on Bank Holiday Monday.
Pepys wrote in his famous diary of the girl born in 1662 whose paternal parentage has been unknown until now.
His success at the Ivor Novello’s, where he picked up the award for Best Song Musically and Lyrically for Take Me To Church, comes just weeks after winning two Billboard Music Awards.
Weiss and Benioff clearly learnt nothing from that episode in season four and they’ve gone and done it again.
Fake animal mummies have been discovered by University of Manchester scientists during a scanning mission to unravel the dark secrets behind Ancient Egypt’s mummifying industry.
Manchester will host its first ever International Film Festival including UK and world film premieres this summer.
Five down five to go. Monday’s episode might be a tad slow for some but the episode strikes it just right by pairing down the storylines allowing them to pick up momentum.
Sons of the Harpy begins to get to the nitty gritty as the plots are in motion and the ride is about to begin.
The third hour of season five delves deeper into the mechanisms of Kings Landing and The House of Black and White.
Forget the election. The return of the Avengers is the most exciting thing happening this summer.
MM took to the streets of Manchester to find out whether Mancunians were going to vote in the May elections.