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How U2's technology is changing concerts for the better
The band's groundbreaking stage show is designed to ensure everyone has a front-row seat.
The Conners' TV audience slumps by 43% minus Roseanne
The show, featuring the cast without the family matriarch, was watched by 10.5 million viewers.
Banksy: How Love is in the Bin's shredding did not go to plan
The artist confirms the canvas was supposed to shred in full, not just partially.
Emma Bunton to host the US version of Bake Off
The Spice Girl will present The Great American Baking Show with Paul Hollywood as judge.
Knightley bans daughter from watching certain Disney films
The actress told Ellen DeGeneres she bans Cinderella and The Little Mermaid due to their portrayal of women.
Harvey Weinstein accuser told to delete phone files
Prosecutors admit that one of the Hollywood producer's accusers was told to remove personal files.
Oli Herbert, All That Remains guitarist, dies at 44
Oli Herbert, founding member of the US metal band, dies suddenly aged 44.
Sir Quentin Blake brings science pioneers to life
Amy Johnson is one of 20 renowned figures to feature in a new work from the much-loved illustrator.
Teen's animation of Dave's Funky Friday hit goes viral
A 14-year old's video goes viral after he animated UK artists Dave and Fredo's hit Funky Friday.
Orange Is The New Black to end with series seven
Netflix has announced an end point for the comedy drama, which has run since 2013.
Ariana Grande takes social media break
The singer posts a cryptic message on Instagram Stories about "trying very hard to keep going".
Man Booker Prize: Anna Burns becomes first winner from Northern Ireland
Anna Burns, the writer of Milkman, is the first author from Northern Ireland to win the prize.
Lady Gaga on assault: 'I want to take the power back'
The singer and actress spoke about sexual assault at Elle's annual Women in Hollywood event.
Guy-Blache: The untold story of first female film director
Actor Jodie Foster talks about the work of Alice Guy-Blache, who made her first film in 1896.
Peterloo Massacre movie's Manchester premiere
Director Mike Leigh sees modern-day parallels with the killing of protesters in 1819.
Michelle Heaton went through early menopause
Michelle Heaton went through early menopause aged 38 after a hysterectomy.
'Shred the Love' reveals Banksy stunt did not go to plan
Seconds after it sold for £1m at auction the piece began to shred itself but stopped half way through.
'I regret promoting my botched butt lift'
Ex On The Beach's Natalee Harris tells Victoria Derbyshire it encouraged others to have the same procedure.
Islamic world's diverse art and culture at British Museum
The British Museum's new gallery will feature artefacts from the Islamic world.
X Factor hopefuls 'sent back to economy' from business class
The final 24 contestants were seen in business class on a flight to LA - but then went back to economy.
Jamie Lee Curtis: 'I've never had so much attention'
The 60-year-old actress explains why she's returning to Halloween (but don't call it a franchise).
Celebrating 60 years of Blue Peter in pictures
We look back over six decades of the world's longest running children's television show.
A brief history of Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson's relationship
We're just as confused as you are.
Elvis Costello revives an old friend on his new album Look Now
The post punk singer shares his new album, the 31st of his career, which features collaborations with Burt Bacharach and Carole King.
How Nick Hornby's fictional album became real
The record only existed in the pages of Hornby's 2009 novel Juliet, Naked... until now.
Blue Peter: Secrets of the show's badge room
The show's editor reveals all about the gatekeepers of the world famous Blue Peter badge.