Shakespeare's Globe: Six ideas new boss Michelle Terry has for the theatre
The theatre's new artistic director Michelle Terry is hoping to steady the ship after a bumpy year.
Neil Finn is recording an album live on Facebook
The Crowded House star says live-streaming the sessions stops him procrastinating.
Sir Bruce Forsyth: TV legend dies aged 89
Tributes are paid to the TV legend, who hosted Strictly Come Dancing and The Generation Game.
Sir Bruce Forsyth: 8 little-known facts about his career
As well as hosting hit game shows, he was in movies, a TV sitcom and tried to crack America.
Woman raped by Roman Polanski asks for 'mercy' to end case
A Los Angeles court rejects a plea by a woman raped by the director to dismiss the 40-year-old case.
Sir Bruce Forsyth: Tributes to 'a national hero'
The star is remembered as "one of the greatest entertainers our country has ever known".
Michael Barrymore wins payout over wrongful arrest
The 65-year-old was detained 10 years ago on suspicion of the rape and murder of Stuart Lubbock.
Ex-BBC reporter Liz MacKean dies after stroke
Award-winning correspondent, who left BBC after row over her Jimmy Savile investigation, had a stroke.
Black British stars celebrated at National Portrait Gallery
Sir Trevor McDonald, Naomi Campbell and Tinie Tempah are among the faces in a major new exhibition.
Why is MTV bringing back Unplugged and TRL?
Shawn Mendes will be the first artist to perform in a revival of MTV Unplugged.
Actress Rouass caught up in Barcelona attack
The actress says she had to hide in a restaurant freezer and heard gunshots outside.
Who are BBC Radio 1's new DJs?
Four new presenters will be heard in the station's weekend line-up during September.
Jacques Cousteau's relationship with son revisited
The explorer became famous in Britain in the 1970s for his TV documentaries about the underwater world.
Detroit director Kathryn Bigelow urges race talks
The director of a film about the 1967 riots says she wants to meet racism "head-on.
Matt LeBlanc: Top Gear to 'expand the comedy'
The presenter says they are aiming for a broader audience while remaining true to the show's "petrolhead nature".
BBC Radio 4 to launch female-led panel show
The show's creator says Where's The F In News will feature "a shedload of intelligent and funny women".
Bonnie Tyler to perform Total Eclipse during total eclipse
The singer's next performance also involves a cruise ship and one of the Jonas Brothers.
Tom Cruise injury halts Mission: Impossible filming
Paramount Pictures confirms that actor Tom Cruise broke his ankle during filming of a stunt.
BBC and Channel 4 in spat over Bake Off slot
The BBC accuses Channel 4 of a "cynical" move by going head-to-head with its new cooking show.
How Sir Bruce Forsyth entertained us over the decades
From Strictly to The Price Is Right, we look back at the career of the British TV legend.
Usakos, a community scarred by apartheid
A new exhibition of photographs shows how apartheid changed this small Namibian town.
Liz MacKean: A tribute by her former colleagues
Newsnight pays a moving tribute to its former reporter who has died aged 52 after a stroke.
'Bruce span 80 times a day'
Arlene Phillips on her former Strictly Come Dancing colleague Bruce Forsyth.
Sir Bruce Forsyth 'still had twinkle in eye' at the end
Former BBC Chairman Lord Grade pays tribute to the entertainment TV legend, who has died aged 89.
Sir Bruce Forsyth wound up Sir Sean Connery - and other stories
Friends share their memories of TV legend Sir Bruce Forsyth, who has died at the age of 89.
Game of Thrones star Peter Dinklage warns fans not to buy huskies
Peter Dinklage is telling fans to stop buying huskies, the dogs that resemble direwolves, as many are being abandoned.
Belle and Sebastian drummer left in store car park for four hours
Belle and Sebastian's Richard Colburn sat in his pyjamas for four hours waiting for the tour bus to return.
Sir Bruce Forsyth: Lord Grade recalls 'a very special man'
TV executive Lord Grade remembers a "loyal" and "special" man with great instincts.
In numbers: Who is the most successful Bond?
How does Daniel Craig compare to the actors who have played 007 before him?
Michael Barrymore: How the British TV king lost his crown
As entertainer Michael Barrymore is awarded damages for unlawful arrest, BBC News examines his rise and fall.
Mull of Kintyre - the story of a Scottish mega-hit
It was recorded 40 years ago this month with the help of a pipe band and was a Christmas number one in 1977.
Celebrating the Prince of Broadway
The award winning director-producer reflects on his past work, Trump and the state of Broadway.
Why Elvis is still earning a fortune
Why passing away has done little to deaden the commercial appeal of musical legends like Elvis and their entrepreneurial super fans.
How safe is it to be a stunt performer?
Two stunt performers have died in recent accidents in the US, but what safety measures exist in the UK?
Very weird things banned from music festivals
Reading and Leeds bans pineapples, adding to the list of weird stuff you can't take to festivals.
Is J Balvin's Mi Gente the new Despacito?
Another Spanish-language song is dominating the streaming charts. We meet its singer, J Balvin.
Why the Taylor Swift case is significant
The pop star's actions are being seen as an inspiration for women to report groping.
Magazines: How print is surviving the digital age
The latest magazine sales figures are out - and they aren't as bleak as you might think.
Are comedy double acts making a comeback?
Comedy and sketches for two are making a comeback at the Edinburgh Fringe festival.
Kate Nash on Glow and 10 years of Made of Bricks
The singer and actress talks to Newsbeat 10 years since the release of her debut album and Glow being renewed for a second season.
Wichita Lineman: The unfinished song that became a classic
Why Glen Campbell's signature song was recorded before Jimmy Webb had finished writing it.
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