Doctor Who writer Stephen Moffat says he's not worried about the fans who watched the leaked episodes, as they will "watch them again".
A man has been jailed for 33 months after recording Fast And Furious 6 from the back of a cinema in the West Midlands town of Walsall.
A Tardis appears alongside a cafe on the Bristol to Bath cycle path - with a Victorian-style bathroom inside.
A Miley Cyrus concert scheduled for the Dominican Republic has been banned over the "morals" in her performances.
Barack Obama has said he will not be taking part in the ice bucket challenge, a fundraising stunt which involves people drenching themselves with cold water.
Kaum De Heere, a controversial film on the October 1984 assassination of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, is set for release in India on Friday.
Actor Hugh Bonneville joins Judi Dench and Benedict Cumberbatch in the cast of the BBC's adaptation of three Shakespeare history plays.
A photographer has accused Justin Bieber of inflicting emotional distress over a row about a memory card.
Gerry Anderson, one of Northern Ireland's best-known presenters, dies after a long illness.
Colombian pop star Shakira's hit song Loca was indirectly copied from a Dominican songwriter's work, a US federal judge rules.
The enduring appeal of Dvorak's Cello Concerto
Gary Lineker on 50 years of Match of the Day
Victoria Beckham is the latest celebrity to accept the ALS ice bucket challenge
A man who claims he was sexually abused by director Bryan Singer seeks to have his legal action dismissed due to problems securing a legal team.
The Scottish singer and champion of folk music Jean Redpath dies at the age of 77 in an Arizona hospice.
The BBC "acted appropriately" in covering the police search of Sir Cliff Richard's home, the corporation's director general Tony Hall says.
The 16-strong cast of popular South African soap opera Generations is sacked after a long-running dispute over pay and contracts.
Author Euny Hong talks to the BBC about how South Korea is conquering the world through pop culture.
The nominees for this year's Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Awards, including James Acaster, Alex Horne and Sara Pascoe, are unveiled.
Drew McOnie has choreographed a new version of Little Red Riding Hood for the National Youth Ballet.
The purchase of parts of UK TV by US media companies poses a risk to innovation and risk-taking, the head of Channel 4 suggests.
...the blind comedian?
London is the most expensive city in Europe for cultural activities, with Warsaw the cheapest, a survey suggests.
In this week's Meet the Author the BBC's Nick Higham meets Susan Greenfield, a baroness and one of Britain's most recognisable scientists.
Disabled artists in Leeds go up against Grayson Perry by staging their own exhibition in protest at the inaccessible venue for Perry's new show in the city.
Former criminal barrister Clive Anderson explains why lawyers are disliked.
Singer songwriter Anastacia tells BBC Breakfast about her post mastectomy experience and new album 'Resurrection'
Hollywood actress Emma Stone is to make her Broadway debut in the current revival of Cabaret, replacing Michelle Williams in the role of Sally Bowles.
Gerry Anderson, one of Northern Ireland's best known presenters, dies after a long illness.
The US box office has struggled compared to previous years during the traditional high point of the summer blockbuster season.