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Shailene Woodley reaches deal to avoid jail over pipeline protest
Shailene Woodley agrees a plea deal after being arrested over a Dakota Access pipeline protest.
Foundations singer Clem Curtis dies aged 76
The original lead singer of the British band The Foundations, Clem Curtis, dies at the age of 76
Orange is the New Black: Samira Wiley and Lauren Morelli tie the knot
Actress Samira Wiley met writer Lauren Morelli on the set of the US prison drama.
Gary Barlow lands role in Star Wars: The Last Jedi
The Take That star has a role in the next Star Wars film - but says he won't be a stormtrooper.
Let there be neon light: Tate Britain unveils 'drawing in space'
A new sculpture at Tate Britain is made from almost two kilometres of neon light.
Antonio Banderas: I had a heart attack
The Spanish actor, 56, said the incident 'wasn't serious' and that he has now recovered.
Red Nose Day: Ofcom considering investigation into show
TV watchdog Ofcom is considering whether to launch an investigation into the fundraising show.
US rapper Wiz Khalifa in Colombia drug lord row
The mayor of Medellin says the rapper should not have laid flowers at the grave of Pablo Escobar.
How YouTube videos are tricking children
Thousands of videos on YouTube look like versions of popular cartoons but contain disturbing and inappropriate content not suitable for children.
David Storey: Booker Prize-winning author dies at 83
The author was best-known for novels like This Sporting Life and Saville.
Britain's top visitor attractions revealed
A million more people visited the gallery in 2016 - but other London venues saw their numbers drop.
Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds: Fans say goodbye at public service
A Hollywood memorial service celebrates the lives of Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds.
Cheryl and Liam announce birth of baby boy
Former X Factor judge Cheryl says her baby boy is "looking like a dream" and "stealing hearts".
The music video that changes each time you click play
A Manchester band is using an algorithm for their new music video, so that you never see the same thing twice.
The UK's worst piece of public art?
Derided as "clumsy" and "cheap-looking", is The Origin the worst piece of public art in the UK?
J.K. Rowling and Ian McKellen feature in Hull portrait exhibition
The collection includes portraits of people from the worlds of culture, politics, sport and fashion.
Is there too much violence against women on TV?
Television stars on claims that there is too much violence against women in dramas.
Watch Clem Curtis on Top of the Pops
The Foundations' lead singer, who has died aged 76, is remembered as a "pioneer of soul music" in Britain.
Police 696 forms are 'targeting grime acts'
The government is to respond to fears a police risk assessment form has been used in a "racist" way to target grime artists, the BBC understands.
Canadian composer turns Pink Floyd's The Wall into an opera
The Opera de Montreal is taking the rock out of “rock opera” with its ambitious interpretation of Pink Floyd’s classic double album, The Wall.
Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds: Fans farewell at memorial service
Fans gather to honour Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher at a public memorial service in Los Angeles.
Red Nose Day 2017: Carpool Karaoke with Take That
James Corden’s Red Nose Day Carpool karaoke, Ed Sheeran and the Love Actually cast help Comic Relief raise more than £71m so far.
Hendrix, Prince, Bowie: Making faces from music
Collage artist Hayato Takano creates portraits of famous musicians using only sheet music.
Harrison Ford: 'I'm the schmuck that landed on the taxiway'
Harrison Ford explains to air traffic control why he landed on a taxiway, just missing a passenger jet.
Harry Styles hints solo music could be out in April
1D star Harry Styles left hints on social media and during a TV advert that his solo material will be out on April 7th
Sienna Miller on why her new role is not 'just a wife'
The actress plays suffragette Nina, the wife of explorer Percy Fawcett, in The Lost City of Z.
The writing on the wall
Graffiti growth - from simple tags in the US 50 years ago - to vast colourful creations.
Sir Paul McCartney on Lennon, Kanye and his own musical legacy
Sir Paul McCartney talks collaborations, Chuck Berry, his new album and his own musical legacy.
Saving Syria's heritage: Archaeologists discover invisible solution
Archaeologists begin work on an innovative solution which enables them to trace precious artefacts.
Chuck Berry: Seven of the king of rock 'n' roll's best songs
BBC Music reporter Mark Savage looks at the late rock 'n' roll legend's most influential songs.
Sudan's youth use poetry to fight censorship
In our series of letters from African journalists Yousra Elbagir looks at Sudan's rich history of lyrical resistance at a time of state censorship and control.
The sequels that should never have been made
From Jaws to Sex and the City, the films which really didn't need a second instalment.
Are big budget TV dramas killing film?
One of the UK's top film producers says cinema is being "squeezed" by big-budget TV dramas like The Crown.