Ryan Gosling explains Oscars giggling
The La La Land star was relieved the commotion over the best film mix-up was not "some kind of medical situation".
Love Actually sequel trailer debuts for Red Nose Day
A trailer for the Love Actually sequel, with Keira Knightley and Andrew Lincoln holding flash cards, debuts.
Eurovision: Russia rejects offer for Julia Samoilova to perform 'via satellite'
Russian TV says the offer to allow Julia Samoilova to perform in Ukraine via satellite link is "strange".
James Corden defends US TV host Jimmy Fallon over President Trump interview
James Corden says Jimmy Fallon had faced "really unfair" criticism over last year's Donald Trump interview.
Brie Larson to star as first female White House candidate Victoria Woodhull
Brie Larson will also produce Victoria Woodhull, about a suffragette who ran for president in 1872.
Forgotten reality stars finally return from the wilderness
Four episodes were shown in 2016 but the cast of Eden have only now come home from a remote part of Scotland.
Sir Paul McCartney on Lennon, Kanye and his own musical legacy
Sir Paul McCartney talks collaborations, Chuck Berry, his new album and his own musical legacy.
Britain's war protest images go on show
An exhibition marking the Imperial War Museum's centenary looks at how the British have protested against war.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge scoops two RTS Awards
Phoebe Waller-Bridge won best comedy writer and breakthrough performance for her show.
Sir Ian McKellen to relive glittering career on stage
The Lord of the Rings actor is presenting a one-man show in July to help out a north London theatre.
Eurovision 2017: Ukraine bars Russian singer Samoilova from contest
The European Broadcasting Union, which founded Eurovision, says it is "deeply disappointed".
American in Paris grateful for La La Land boost
The brains behind An American in Paris are glad the film has revived interest in Hollywood musicals.
Piers Morgan to be silenced on Twitter
The presenter promises not to tweet for one whole day - to raise money for Comic Relief.
Liverpool to reimagine The Beatles' Sgt Pepper in eclectic arts festival
An eclectic array of performers will reinterpret Beatles songs for Sgt Pepper's 50th anniversary.
'The paintings were behind a wall'
Two Van Gogh paintings stolen by the mafia will go on show in Amsterdam this week.
'Dexter dressed scruffily, like a schoolteacher’
Lawrence Fox remembers Colin Dexter who has died aged 86.
Peppa Pig star Harley Bird on 10 years oinking
The face behind the world's most successful four-year-old porker.
Sir Elton's surprise call to video teen
Disabled teenager Lewis Hine re-lives the moment Sir Elton John phoned him.
Kronos Quartet: Making free music for the future
Kronos Quartet's 50 for the Future creates works to serve as free resources for young musicians.
The designer uniting Henry Moore and Christian Dior
One of Britain's leading designers unites iconic items from fashion and art.
US TV host Tomi Lahren 'suspended over pro-choice comments'
Tomi Lahren told the government to "stay out of my guns, and you can stay out of my body as well".
No Scrubs writers given credit on Ed Sheeran's Shape of You
Kandi Burruss, Tameka Cottle and producer Kevin Briggs now appear on American copyright website ASCAP's listing of the song.
The writing on the wall
Graffiti growth - from simple tags in the US 50 years ago - to vast colourful creations.
TV listings: The battle over your programme guide
Major broadcasters warn they must stay at the top of the TV listings as a new law is discussed.
Saving Syria's heritage: Archaeologists discover invisible solution
Archaeologists begin work on an innovative solution which enables them to trace precious artefacts.
Chuck Berry: Seven of his best songs
BBC Music reporter Mark Savage looks at the late rock 'n' roll legend's most influential songs.
The sequels that should never have been made
From Jaws to Sex and the City, the films which really didn't need a second instalment.
Are big budget TV dramas killing film?
One of the UK's top film producers says cinema is being "squeezed" by big-budget TV dramas like The Crown.
Obituary: Chuck Berry
Musician whose guitar licks helped lay the foundations of rock music.
Can Big Bang Theory learn from past TV spin-offs?
The Big Bang Theory's new spin-off sees it join a long list of TV shows that branched out.
Alison Krauss reacts to Beyonce's Grammy 'threat'
Why bluegrass star Alison Krauss doesn't care if Beyonce beats her Grammy record of 27 wins.
Five ways the singles chart can be fixed
With Ed Sheeran set to dominate the Top 40 for a second week, are the charts in need of an overhaul?
Ed Sheeran and seven other pop star cameos
Ed Sheeran's role in Game of Thrones sees him join a long list of pop star guest appearances.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: How the show influenced modern entertainment
20 years since it first hit our screens, the influence of the cult TV show is still felt today.