Sir David Attenborough to present climate change documentary
The broadcaster's film will explore potential threats to our planet and the possible solutions.
Taron Egerton: 'Elton allowed me to make him ugly'
Taron Egerton says his portrayal of Sir Elton John in Rocketman will show him at his worst - with the singer's blessing.
Radzi is leaving Blue Peter after five years
Radzi Chinyanganya will leave after more than five years on the CBBC children's show.
Line of Duty: All you need to know to get up to speed for series five
Here's a summary of all the case files to date, in our handy bluffer's guide.
Actress exits The Color Purple over anti-gay post
Seyi Omooba is no longer part of The Color Purple after a 2014 post saying homosexuality was not "right" resurfaced.
Why the creator of Get Out finds rabbits scary
Director Jordan Peele explains his bias against bunnies as his new film Us arrives in cinemas.
Cardi B applies to trademark 'Okurrr'
The star wants to use her catchphrase on merchandise, according to documents filed in the US.
Mark Lamarr receives apology over discontinued assault case
The Crown Prosecution Service says it was wrong to charge the TV presenter with common assault.
Game of Thrones star reveals surgery ordeal
"Every minute of every day I thought I was going to die," said the actor, who suffered two aneurysms.
Obama book battles Trump exposé for major prize
Michelle Obama’s Becoming goes up against Michael Wolff's Fire and Fury at the British Book Awards.
David Van Day wins council by-election
The former Dollar and Bucks Fizz star was standing for the Conservatives.
'Upbeat' refugee tale wins children's book prize
The Boy at the Back of the Class is "a future classic", Waterstones Children's Book Prize judges say.
Guilty Feminist: 'I can't call Theresa May a feminist'
Co-creator of the Guilty Feminist podcast gives us her take on feminism.
World Heavy Metal Congress: First event takes place in London
Bands from around the world are celebrating 50 years of heavy metal at the inaugural World Metal Congress in London.
Sam Fender, hot sauce and SXSW
The Brits Critics' Choice winner shares his tour diary from the South By Southwest festival.
Killing Eve star Jodie Comer talks about the new series and why she loves Villanelle.
Jodie Comer discusses why she may never get a role like Villanelle again and why she's surprised Killing Eve has been so popular.
Watch the UK's largest bronze sculpture arrive in Devon
The latest addition to Plymouth's Theatre Royal is a 10-tonne bronze statue of an actor "breathing life into words".
Sewing couture for Norwich puppet 'diva' Clementine
Puppeteer Mark Mander explains the challenges of creating miniature couture for a very special lady.
Excellent! Bill and Ted to go on summer adventure
Dudes, it's been 28 years since we last saw the duo on the big screen but now they're back.
Mural tribute to Prodigy's Keith Flint
The street art is described as "our own shrine to Keith Flint" by a former guitarist with the band.
Lorraine Kelly, tax law and how celebrities build public personas
Even though, as a judge has ruled, "she may not like the guest she interviews or the food she eats".
Richard E Grant on Julianne Moore film exit
Julianne Moore was fired from Can You Ever Forgive Me? over a fat suit row, the actor claims.
How a bookshop wolf handles awkward customers
If you've ever worked in customer service, this comic might resonate
How do reality TV shows care for their stars?
ITV say they are going to improve their after-care after the death of a Love Island star.
Social media 'gives everyone a fair shot'
George the Poet says social media propelled his career and made poetry more accessible.
Ballet star Nureyev was a 'monster of selfishness'
Oleg Ivenko says he "talked" to Rudolf Nureyev as he played the superstar Russian dancer.
Jussie Smollett: Timeline of the actor's alleged attack and arrest
The Empire actor is charged with filing a false police report after claiming he'd been attacked.