Commentary with E. David Cook

Dr. E. David Cook, a Fellow of Green College, Oxford and the first Holmes Professor of Faith and Learning at Wheaton College, gives his take on the day's most gripping news.

No downpours could dampen the enthusiasm of the revellers at the Notting Hill Carnival these past two days. More

No one is surprised to learn that Frederick Forsyth was a British spy. When you read his novels, you see that wonderful blend of fiction and... More

The Prime Minister and his political counterparts have chosen a new, additional set of members for the House of Lords. The Tories lead with William... More

Breakfast television is meant to be a gentle awakening to the morning, but for a local station in Virginia, USA, it was a violent start. In the... More

It’s not very often that a Bible story makes the top ten funniest jokes competition at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Yet Mark Nelson’s one liner... More

Today was another ‘Black Monday’ on the world stock markets. China began with losing 8.5% of its value, then FTSE fell 6.5% and finally the Dow,... More

It was billed as a struggle between the infamy of a twice banned drug offender and a traditional drug-free champion sprinter: Gatlin versus... More

Hundreds of people and more than a smattering of the great and the good - at least the well-known-like Tom Jones, Jimmy Tarbuck, Cliff Richard... More

Oscar Pistorius, the Olympic ‘blade runner’ athlete, who had both his legs amputated when he was just eleven months old, was supposed to be released... More

18 Spitfires and 6 Hurricanes flew over South East England to mark 75 years since the Battle of Britain’s ‘Hardest Day’. The struggle for supremacy... More