The BBC will be required to cover the cost of providing free television licences for over-75s, the government confirms.
The BBC changes the format of the Wimbledon highlights programme hosted by Clare Balding after mounting criticism of the format.
Music magazine NME is to be given away free later this year in a bid to boost its circulation.
X Factor auditions in Manchester are cancelled after the death of Simon Cowell's mother.
Jurassic World holds on to the top spot at the North American box office, holding Terminator: Genisys and Magic Mike XXL at bay.
A new garden-themed art exhibition will tell the intriguing story about Claude Monet and the famous water lily pond that inspired his best-known works.
Lionel Richie soars to the top of the album chart following his triumphant show at Glastonbury.
US actress and model Diana Douglas, the first wife of actor Kirk Douglas and mother of Michael Douglas, has died aged 92, her family says.
Organisers say no-one was hurt after dozens of people hammer on metal gate, before crashing Wireless in London.
US golfer Bubba Watson is to paint over the Confederate flag on the car from the Dukes of Hazzard TV series, the latest backlash against the symbol.
Actor Timothy Spall is in "advanced talks" to star as the late Northern Ireland first minister, Ian Paisley, in a new film.
Broadcaster Sir Michael Parkinson confirms he has been given an all-clear by doctors after two years of treatment for prostate cancer.
Foo Fighters singer Dave Grohl plays through the pain of a broken leg, sitting atop a Game of Thrones-inspired chair at US gig.
Blur's Damon Albarn is removed from stage by security at the Roskilde festival after a mammoth five-hour set.
Rihanna's latest video has sparked a debate about whether it is too violent, too sexist, too misogynistic and just too grim.
The BBC director general Tony Hall says he has negotiated a good deal for the BBC.
Song of the Sea is a new animated film telling the story of fictional Selkies
Bristol's new sculpture trail featuring Shaun the Sheep is set to kick off on Monday.
Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson tells the BBC he is on the mend after his treatment for tumours on his tongue.
Will Gompertz wonders why theatre audiences don't express their dissatisfaction more audibly.
A new drama called A Perfect Day set against the backdrop of the conflict in the Balkans will go into release next month.
Jack Savoretti used his disillusionment with the music industry to inspire his new album
Crowds flock to see Bristol Shauns
So, Mr Tumble, don't you get sick of being so cheerful?
Val Doonican, Ireland's answer to Bing Crosby
Rita Ora on her Oscars ordeal and the X Factor
The man who made Manchester cool again
Three Murdochs - all with something to prove
Apple's new streaming service threatens to undermine Spotify in the continuing battle to get fans to pay for music.
Comedian and Wimbledon first-timer Josh Widdicombe takes to the grounds of SW19 to meet the people who make it through the gates.