Crew member Pedro Jimenez was killed while working for Starz series Power on location in New York.
The Duchess of Sussex presents a British Fashion Award to the woman who made her wedding dress.
Margot Robbie has revealed that she felt she wasn’t the right actress for the role of Queen Elizabeth I.
A California auctioneer cancels its sale of a lightsaber after Star Wars fans questioned its origin.
News programmes prove popular on Twitter in 2018 – with Doctor Who and EastEnders also sparking discussion.
Andy Serkis explains how his retelling of The Jungle Book swerved a clash with Disney’s 2016 film.
Tom Green and Daisy Maskell will replace Rickie, Melvin and Charlie, who are leaving to join Radio 1.
Each paid post is making reality TV stars like Paul Knops and Jamie Jewitt hundreds of pounds – but how?
Actress Sarah Hyland says two kidney transplants left her “contemplating suicide”.
The 71-year-old won the show after a successful football management career, so what could he do next?
The black-and-white drama is named the best film of the year in a string of US critics’ awards.
Fans share personal stories and photographs in a new video by rapper Professor Green.
YouTuber Dodie on her depersonalisation disorder and breaking into ‘the real world’ of music.
McPartlin is expected to return to his TV work next month – 10 months after his drink-driving crash.
YouTube’s annual recap becomes the website’s second-most disliked video of all-time with 6.8M dislikes.
Almost 11 million viewers see Harry Redknapp crowned King of the Jungle – a rise from last year.
A new version of Richard Adams’s rabbit tale has a “strong” cast but “robotic” animation, say critics.
The Ambani-Piramal wedding seeks to top India’s wedding season with even more glitz and glamour.
BBC Music reveals its annual Sound Of list, which highlights the musicians who’ll make waves in 2019.
Jodie Whittaker will star in a festive special on New Year’s Day, with series 12 coming the next year.
Mariah Smith apologises for calling the Bollywood actress a “scam artist”, which outraged Indians.
The 1940s issues of the BBC Radio Times magazine have been made available online for the first time.
Angela Forker photographs babies with disabilities and terminal illnesses, placing them in fantasy scenes.
Here’s a look back at a few things you may have missed in the last week.
Stars such as IC3PEAK have had concerts cancelled without clear reasons. They say it’s a covert cultural war against Russian youth.
Could there be a Beyonce boycott? And were Taylor and Ariana robbed?
The late Pete Shelley wrote Ever Fallen in Love about a man after being inspired by a line from a musical.
Many viewers are unhappy about the Pussycat Doll’s previous dance experience.
Highlights from the musical life of British punk legend Pete Shelley, who has died aged 63.
Josie Sanders, who has alopecia, came up with a powerful routine to inspire others to “be themselves”.
Meet the producer responsible for bringing some of the biggest shows in theatre to the stage.
The singer and grandson of celebrated Egyptian star Moharam Fouad on mixing his European upbringing with his middle eastern roots.
Cromer appears in BBC One idents before programmes and a short film about spending time with family.
The Bollywood superstar and the US singer were married in a Christian ceremony in India on Saturday.
Jodie Whittaker, the first female Time Lord, will read a bedtime story on the channel next month.
The actress Jameela Jamil, best known for her role in TV series The Good Place, says airbrushing is a crime against women.
Actor Gaten Matarazzo talks season three of the Netflix series and his musical projects.
Young freedom fighters rage against the machines in Peter Jackson’s new fantasy film Mortal Engines.
A Cleveland radio station said listeners had voiced concerns the song was inappropriate.
The 50th anniversary of Van Morrison’s classic album triggers new interest in how Belfast influenced his songwriting.
The singer has released Thank U, Next’s music video, parodying teen rom-coms and featuring cameos.
The agreement ends a bitter row between the former couple over the custody of their six children.
Michelle Obama’s memoir sells more than two million copies in the US and Canada within two weeks.
Howard Donald, Gary Barlow and Mark Owen’s greatest hits tops the UK chart on its first week of release.
The I’m A Celeb star says he drives in bus lanes – but his local council says he’s not allowed to.
Actor Alan Dale will make a special appearance as Jim Robinson, 25 years on from leaving the show.
The collection, comprising 139 poems, was found in a box in a stately home.
She is the first trans person to become a regular columnist in Vogue’s 125-year history.
Fans will be given the choice of three songs – each performed by two different acts.
The band are part of a list of creditors filed by the festival in its administration papers.