Former Radio 1 DJ Dave Lee Travis is convicted of one count of indecent assault in 1995 but cleared of two further charges.
Sam Smith and Krept & Konan lead the way with four nominations each for this year's Mobo Awards.
Animation The Boxtrolls continues its run at the top of the UK box office, seeing off a strong challenge from Liam Neeson's latest release.
Film-maker Bryan Singer is to direct X-Men: Apocalypse, the next movie in the long-running blockbuster franchise.
Jonathan Pryce and other original cast members of Miss Saigon join its new cast on stage at a gala performance marking the West End musical's 25th anniversary.
Several theatres including the Almeida, Tricycle and Young Vic in London commit to balancing the number of men and women in the theatre industry.
The Manic Street Preachers confirm they will play their fans' favourite 1994 album The Holy Bible live in full for the first time.
Internet trolls appear to have made a threat to Emma Watson with a web page featuring an image of the Harry Potter star next to a countdown.
Musical The Lion King takes more money at the box office than any other stage show or cinema release.
Rita Ora joins will.i.am, Sir Tom Jones and Kaiser Chiefs' Ricky Wilson for season four of BBC show The Voice.
The number of female breakfast show presenters on BBC local radio has more than doubled in the last year, according to a Radio Times study.
A sculpture of The Beatles' song character Eleanor Rigby made from £1m of used bank notes is to go on show at the Museum of Liverpool.
Apple might have created a tool to remove it but Bono thinks it's great so many people have listened to U2's new album.
The building and contents of the British Museum in London are to be digitally recreated in the video game Minecraft, with volunteers sought to help.
Artist Rose Wylie wins the John Moores Painting Prize, one of the UK's most prestigious art awards, at the age of 80.
The Wallace Collection's Great Gallery, which contains paintings by masters including Rubens, Velazquez and Titian, reopens after a £5m refurbishment.
Young adult sci-fi adaptation The Maze Runner debuts at the top of the US box office chart.
Polly Bergen, the actress whose fictional family was terrorised by Robert Mitchum in the 1962 film Cape Fear, dies aged 84.
Angelina Jolie signs up to direct Africa, a film about a conservationist's battles with ivory poachers.
Rock legend Iggy Pop is to talk about the subject of free music in a capitalist society for this year's John Peel Lecture for BBC 6 Music.
Drum and bass duo Sigma reach number one with their track Changing, featuring Paloma Faith - the first time the singer has topped the singles chart.
Kim Kardashian, Mary-Kate Olsen and Vanessa Hudgens seem to be some of the latest victims.
BBC One's peak time schedule must include a minimum 40 hours of current affairs programming a year, the corporation's governing body says.
The first episode of the fifth series of costume drama Downton Abbey is watched by an average audience of 8.1m on ITV.
The BBC apologises for airing an excerpt from a 1971 edition of Top of the Pops in which disgraced DJ Jimmy Savile was briefly shown.
The Hollywood actor, Leonardo DiCaprio, tells a UN climate change meeting in New York that climate change is not ''a fiction''.
The Manic Street Preachers have been talking to John Wilson for the new series of Mastertapes, to be broadcast on Radio 4 in November.
A material dubbed the darkest substance on earth is being used creatively by internationally acclaimed artist Sir Anish Kapoor.
Ex-BBC DJ Dave Lee Travis has been convicted of one count of indecent assault, but cleared of a second charge.
As the artwork for the new Pink Floyd album is unveiled, the band's creative director Aubrey Po speaks to BBC 6 Music about finding the right cover.