A lingerie shop built for the TV adaptation of JK Rowling's The Casual Vacancy confuses Cotswold shoppers and raises complaints, it is revealed.
The 1960s funk legend Sly Stone wins $5m after suing his manager and lawyer over missed royalties dating back more than 20 years.
Bridesmaids co-stars Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthy are to reunite in the all-female Ghostbusters sequel, its director Paul Feig confirms.
The world's largest museum and research institution could be heading for London as part of a multi-million dollar redevelopment of the 2012 Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Talking Movies' Tom Brook chats film trends at the Sundance Film Festival
Film rights for the Mr Men and Little Miss characters are secured by Fox Animation, the studio behind the Ice Age and Rio franchises.
Tate reveals oil giant BP donated £3.8m to its galleries as part of its sponsorship deal over the past 17 years.
Shaun the Sheep the movie has "15 gags a minute" despite having no words, according to actor Omid Djalili
Aboriginal painting from Australian passport comes to London
Some of the more surprising elements of the career of the late Demis Roussos
Gary Glitter breaks down in tears as he tries to explain to jurors why he had been in possession of child pornography images.
Staff at the National Gallery in London are to stage a five-day strike in a row over plans to hand visitor services to a private company.
David Oyelowo, who plays Martin Luther King in Selma, says it's "ridiculous" to attack Benedict Cumberbatch for using the term "coloured" during an interview.
Islamic State are threatening to kill two more hostages, unless Jordan frees an Iraqi woman held there and sentenced to death after being accused of involvement in hotel bombings in Oman in 2005.
Joan Rivers' daughter files a malpractice claim against the New York clinic that treated her mother days before she died.
The Stone Roses singer Ian Brown tells a court his former teacher Fred Talbot showed pupils what he later realised was "probably a gay porn film".
Former singer Gary Glitter has started to give evidence in his trial for an alleged string of historical sex offences against young girls.
The 9pm TV watershed may not survive, says BBC director general Tony Hall, who also acknowledges criticisms of Radio 4's flagship drama The Archers.
The Harry Potter actress has announced she's to play Belle in a live action version of the Disney classic.
American Sniper spends a second week at the top of the US box office, with takings of $64.4m (£42.8m), according to studio estimates.
An influential DJ says his career may be now at risk after a compressed air horn was let off near him while he was performing a sound check in Manchester.
Novelist Robert Harris calls on the BBC to give books more coverage "at a time when they're really fighting like crazy for a bit of space".
Helen Macdonald wins the Costa Book of the Year Award for 2014 for her personal account of trying to train a goshawk after the death of her father.
The BBC's Matthew Amroliwala spoke to film legend Amitabh Bachchan about the developments in Indian society in the wake of US President Obama's visit.
Talking Movies reports on two documentaries from The Sundance Film Festival
Bands including Maximo Park, The War on Drugs and The Fall will play at BBC 6 Music's second festival in Newcastle and Gateshead next month.
Actor Mark Strong has been honoured his lead role in a play that lured him back to the theatre after 12 years in movie roles.
Tom Petty is given a song writing credit on Sam Smith's hit Stay With Me over the similarities to his 1989 track I Won't Back Down.
Benedict Cumberbatch says "I'm an idiot" after talking about "coloured actors" on a US talk show.
Dorit Oliver-Wolff talks to BBC Inside Out about her extraordinary journey from Holocaust survivor to German pop star.