Coldplay will not launch a globe-trotting tour for their latest album because of environmental concerns, frontman Chris Martin has said.
Liz Bonnin has said she stopped eating red meat after making a BBC documentary about the impact of meat production on the planet.
Indie rock group Catfish And The Bottlemen and former Stone Roses front man Ian Brown will headline the Neighbourhood Weekender musical festival, it has been announced.
The Duke of Cambridge has given the comic two-hander of Romesh Ranganathan and Rob Beckett the “royal seal of approval” after they hosted the Royal Variety Performance.
Caitlyn Jenner has opened up to her I’m A Celebrity campmates about how she thought she would transition sooner because she “didn’t want to be an old chick”.
A new radio station which will play music exclusively from the last decade is being launched.
Kate Garraway’s children persuaded her to take part in I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here.
Actor Josh O’Connor has said he remains a Republican despite playing the Prince of Wales in hit TV show The Crown.
Ricky Gervais is returning to host the Golden Globe Awards next year in his “unique and legendary fashion”.
The Script are on course for their fifth UK number one album.
The National Galleries of Scotland has severed Portrait Award funding ties with BP over the “climate emergency”.
Coronation Street veteran Bill Roache did not want to join the soap.
Spinal Tap, the fictional British rock band, famously turned their guitar amplifiers up to 11.
Sally Lindsay has called for more female writers in order to tackle ageism in the TV industry.
Emilia Clarke has praised the paramedics who kept her laughing on the way to hospital after she suffered a ruptured brain aneurysm.
The Harry Potter series and Bridget Jones’s Diary feature alongside classics such as Pride And Prejudice and Middlemarch in a new BBC list of 100 important English language novels.
Stormzy has launched an online tirade against Jacob Rees-Mogg over comments made about the Grenfell fire.
British broadcasters are to get together to tackle disability in the media.
Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood says talk of the so-called “curse” was a distraction from the show last year.
Ben Barnes has said he is warming to the idea of sharing music again after an embarrassing attempt at the Eurovision Song Contest.