The organisers of T in the Park will have to repay a third of a £150,000 Scottish government grant awarded to help the festival relocate.
Liverpool celebrates 60 years of The Cavern Club as a life-size statue of Cilla Black is unveiled outside the venue.
The 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King's visit to the north-east of England is to be celebrated.
Denial is a film about the renegade British historian David Irving, accused of denying the Holocaust.
David Bowie, Skepta and Craig David all scoop nominations for the 2017 Brit Awards.
Ivy Close, Britain's first beauty queen, had a spectacular rise and fall. Now she's back in the limelight.
Artist David Beales uses his experience of living in psychiatric hospitals to share stories of mental health.
Australian news anchor Amber Sherlock is caught on camera kicking off about her colleague's all-white outfit.
Labour MP Tristram Hunt is quitting to become director of the V&A Museum, triggering a by-election.
Guitarist Tommy Allsup, who narrowly avoided boarding the plane that killed Buddy Holly, dies aged 85.
Renowned singer who promoted a "cosmopolitan culture" in racially divided South Africa is mourned.
The series final of BBC One's Sherlock drew its lowest-ever overnight UK ratings on Sunday night, with 5.9m tuning in.
The "Greatest Show on Earth", the Ringling Bros circus, will cease to be in May.
A Gwynedd choir which reached the final of the Britain's Got Talent TV show is performing at New York's Carnegie Hall.
The Star Wars actress, who died last month, had already filmed her role in the next instalment.
The Hollywood couple's marriage ended amid claims of domestic violence - which Johnny Depp denies.
Ed Sheeran makes chart history with his comeback singles, smashing streaming records in the process.
A new series of The Crystal Maze is coming back to Channel 4 and comedian Richard Ayoade will be the new Maze Master.
Paper tickets will not be issued for the London production of Hamilton The Musical, its producers announce.
Boyfriend's advice on Henrik Larsson answer wins Pointless
A blind woman tells a court she was groped by Rolf Harris when the TV star met her at a hospital in 1977.
The US circus that coined a world-famous slogan and upset animal activists is to close after 146 years.
Hollywood star Viola Davis says black actors are demanding better parts, and are finally getting them.
Keyboard wizard Rick Wakeman has solved the mystery surrounding the piano playing on the David Bowie song Oh You Pretty Things.
Sky has pulled a TV programme about Michael Jackson - it's not the first casting controversy.
Poet Brian Bilston laments the millions of Christmas trees the UK buys and discards every year.
US author and filmmaker William Peter Blatty has died at the age of 89.
Newly discovered photos of a show by The Jam in 1979 have been used on a new live album.
The singer tops the nominations for this year's NME Awards with The 1975, Bastille, Christine And The Queens and Skepta just behind.
Manager Roxane Vacca explains just what the 'quota' system in Hollywood means.