BBC One drama is to receive a £30m boost from the closure of BBC Three as a TV channel, director general Tony Hall announces.
A woman was found sleeping in the bedroom of the house the singer rents in Atlanta.
Birds of a Feather is to return for a second series on ITV after proving a hit with viewers.
One of the greatest masterpieces of British art goes on display at National Museum Cardiff for six months.
Children watch an hour and a half less TV than the national average, a new study finds.
Getty Images, the world's largest photo agency, makes millions of its pictures free to use, in an effort to combat piracy.
ITV period drama Mr Selfridge, starring US actor Jeremy Piven, will return for a third series, the broadcaster announces.
The Black Keys are announced as the third musical headliner for the 2014 Latitude Festival in Suffolk.
PR consultant Max Clifford used his celebrity contacts "to bully and manipulate" girls and women into sexual acts with him, a court hears.
Weird World of Wonders: World War II wins Tony Robinson a Blue Peter Book Award, as World Book Day organisers reveal the top 50 life-changing teen reads.
Tom Hollander, creator and star of hit BBC Two comedy Rev, says he will take a break from the show after the third series, due to air this spring.
An alternative Thought for the Day from The Vicar of Dibley, played by Dawn French, is part a special series of BBC Radio 4 programmes featuring fictional characters.
A rare example of prehistoric rock art which could be more than 4,000 years old is discovered in the Brecon Beacons.
The stage versions of Hilary Mantel's historical novels Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies are to transfer in May to the West End theatre currently hosting Andrew Lloyd Webber's latest musical.
Italy's new Prime Minister, Matteo Renzi, calls on business people to fund repairs to the ancient city of Pompeii, a Unesco World Heritage site.
A man who stole two sculptures by Sir Jacob Epstein from a museum is jailed for 30 months.
Comedian and US Late night talk show host Conan O'Brien has been announced as the host for this year's MTV Awards.
John Travolta has "been beating himself up" over mispronouncing Idina Menzel's name at the Hollywood awards show.
The New York Times publishes a correction to an article published 161 years ago on the case portrayed in the Oscar-winning 12 Years a Slave.
A man convicted of a sea scooter crash that killed Usher's 11-year-old stepson is given four years in prison.
Gary Barlow and Gary Lineker lead a team of football and pop stars to record the video for the official England 2014 World Cup song.
The remaining members of the Mercury Prize winning band say they will carry on as a three-piece.
Arts presenter Mark Lawson is to step down as the host of BBC Radio 4's Front Row, citing personal reasons.
Actor Michael Le Vell, who plays Coronation Street's Kevin Webster, is to take a break from the show to get help for "personal issues", ITV confirms.
Nick Clegg is to go head-to-head with Nigel Farage in an hour-long debate on Europe to be televised on BBC Two.
Listeners discuss BBC Three's future with director of BBC TV Danny Cohen after it is confirmed the station will be moved online.
Children's book illustrator Emma Levey talks BBC News through the process of bringing imagination to the printed page.
Sir Bob Geldof and Joan Armatrading help the PRS, the organisation which protects musician's copyright, celebrate its centenary .
The BBC's director general, says a decision to take the corporation's youth channel off air and putting it only on-line 'is the beginning of a new BBC Three'
For the second time American presenters on the Russian backed TV station Russia Today have gone off script to voice their personal concerns about Russia's occupation of the Crimea region of Ukraine.