Brit Awards 2017: David Bowie dominates
The late David Bowie won two awards at the Brit awards, as did newcomer Rag 'N' Bone man.
Jay-Z to become first rapper inducted into Songwriters Hall of Fame
He is to become the first rapper to be inducted into the Songwriters' Hall of Fame.
Brit Awards 2017: Wham! stars pay emotional tribute to George Michael
An emotional tribute was paid to George Michael by his closest friends at the Brit Awards.
London Fashion Week: The highlights
A round-up of some of the weird and wonderful outfits to have come out of this season's London Fashion Week.
Meryl Streep 'insulted' by James Corden at costume awards
Why did James Corden call Meryl Streep "the worst" at a Hollywood awards ceremony?
Jamie Foxx 'target of racial slur' in Croatian restaurant
Croatian police file disorderly conduct charges against two men who allegedly insulted the actor.
Brit Awards: Skepta and Bowie expected to win prizes
The countdown to the Brit Awards has begun. Who's performing, and who's going to win?
Princess Diana's changing fashion style explored in exhibition
An exhibition tracing the changing styles of Diana, Princess of Wales, opens at Kensington Palace featuring iconic outfits throughout her life.
Star Wars: First picture of Han Solo film team released
Han Solo is back in the cockpit in the first official snap from the next Star Wars spin-off film.
Ed Sheeran tickets sold by convicted fraudsters on Seatwave and GetMeIn
Convicted fraudsters have been re-selling gig tickets on Seatwave and GetMeIn, according to a Guardian investigation.
Footage released of Harrison Ford's plane near-miss
An airport in California has released video of a plane, being flown by the actor Harrison Ford, mistakenly flying low over an airliner.
Katy Perry's new video decoded
We break down the imagery of Katy Perry's vivid, political video for Chained to the Rhythm.
No inquest into former 'It girl' Palmer-Tomkinson's death
The former socialite died of natural causes, a coroner confirms.
'Offensive' Walking Dead T-shirt pulled
Opinion is divided as Primark stops selling "racist" T-shirt, with some complaining shoppers are "over-sensitive".
SS-GB: BBC to 'look at' sound levels after mumbling complaints
The BBC says it takes sound seriously after complaints were made about the wartime drama.
Helen Bailey murder: Fiance Ian Stewart found guilty
Helen Bailey was drugged and suffocated by her fiance and her body thrown in a cesspit.
Brit Awards 2017: Ceremony highlights
Little Mix, Emeli Sande and Rag 'N' Bone Man on winning Brit Awards.
Why does Zara Larsson love the Brits?
Singer Zara Larsson talks about why she loves the Brit awards.
Stormzy: 'Awards don't define you'
Grime star Stormzy talks to BBC News about his music and global recognition ahead of the Brit Awards.
Rag 'N' Bone Man fan of Steptoe and Son
Rag 'N' Bone Man, Rory Graham, told BBC Breakfast he was influenced by 1960s TV series Steptoe and Son.
Russian film sparks Tsar row
Controversy surrounds a new film about Tsar Nicholas II and his love affair with a Polish prima ballerina Matilda.
Steve Hewlett: Eddie Mair announces broadcaster's death
Eddie Mair of BBC Radio 4's PM programme announces the death of fellow Radio 4 presenter Steve Hewlett.
French artist Abraham Poincheval entombs himself boulder
Poincheval will stay inside the 20-tonne limestone rock for a week to experience "geological time".
Rihanna overtakes Michael Jackson's top 10 record
Rihanna's Love on the Brain enters the Billboard top 10, her 30th single to do so, putting her ahead of the King of Pop.
Could Moonlight cause an Oscars upset?
The film about a young black gay man growing up in Miami is giving La La Land a run for its money.
What's up for best foreign language film?
Compared to only a few years ago the category is no longer a byword among Oscar voters for obscurity.
Oscars class photo: Seven things we spotted
There are several quirks and questionable outfits in this year's Oscars "class photo".
Why was Amy snubbed?
One of the biggest shocks of the Oscar nominations was Amy Adams failing to be recognised. But why?
Believe the La La hype?
Not every moviegoer is a fan of La La Land - with many complaining it has been mis-sold.
How Guido van Helten is using massive pieces of public art to save small towns in Australia.
In pictures: Miniature worlds
Artist Joshua Smith's tiny creations replicate real buildings.
Kurt Cobain would have been 50 today. Here are six reasons why we still love him
'No sex with saints'
Calls in Russia for Matilda, the true story of a future tsar and a ballerina, to be banned over blasphemy.
French film Elle was originally going to be a Hollywood production, its director says.
The actor's role in Don Juan in Soho will see him play 'an anti-hero', says writer and director Patrick Marber.
A round-up of some of this week's biggest entertainment stories.
Amy's Place is the UK's only recovery house dedicated to helping young women overcome their addictions.
Tackling an industry that trades on perfection with a talent agency for disabled actors and models.
Taxidermy and cocktails
As our arts centres and museums suffer funding cuts, several are seeking innovative ways to increase their income and footfall. But can quirky fundraisers keep our tourist attractions afloat?
Sally Potter, one of Britain's few female auteurs, is a favourite to win at the Berlin International Film Festival with a comedy about what she describes as "broken England".
Pop star to soap star
Blue singer Lee Ryan gets a role in EastEnders, joining a large club of singers turned soap stars.
Birth of fake news?
How did a gruesome story fool the world 100 years ago?
Who's on board?
The first trailer for the Carpool Karaoke TV series is out, and it's got an impressive cast list.
June Brown at 90
How the veteran EastEnders star rose to fame as one of soap's most loved characters, Dot Cotton.
Basil Kirchin was a maverick musician and pioneering composer who is credited as a founding father of ambient music. Yet despite being hailed by acts such as Brian Eno and St Etienne, he remains an obscure figure.
Carnatic vocalist TM Krishna is striving to make classical music egalitarian and inclusive.
In his latest film, US actor Michael Keaton takes on the role of Ray Kroc who took over McDonalds and turned it into a global franchise.
"Screener season" brings its own Oscar buzz to pirate movie sites.