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Richard Hammond: I thought I was going to die
TV host Richard Hammond recalls what went through his mind during a car crash earlier this month.
Dragon Tattoo actor Michael Nyqvist dies aged 56
The actor's death following a battle with lung cancer will "leave a huge void", his family says.
Johnny Depp 'may face perjury charge' over dogs
The actor's ex-managers allege he knew he was breaking the law when bringing his dogs into Australia.
Rihanna tweets world leaders and Justin Trudeau is the latest to respond
Global pop star tweets world leaders to commit to educating young people in developing countries and Canada's Justin Trudeau is in.
Halsey: I lost a sense of who I was
The singer speaks to the BBC about playing Glastonbury and finding herself again after a break-up.
Arts funding: Major English venues cut, with more money for the regions
Arts Council England takes money from four major venues in a bid to boost regional organisations.
The man who taught Ed Sheeran how to use a loop pedal
Newsbeat chats to the man who taught Ed Sheeran how to use his trademark loop pedal, which confused some fans at Glastonbury.
Singer Paolo Nutini on trial accused of drink driving
Paolo Nutini was arrested in February after a witness told police he saw him order a vodka before driving.
Cult TV series Raven to be made in Cairngorms
The children's fantasy adventure show which last aired in 2010 is to be made in the Cairngorms.
Channel 4 scraps Host the Week after one episode
The first episode hosted by Scarlett Moffatt drew 470,000 viewers - a third fewer than normal for the timeslot.
The Hollywood stars that invaded Glastonbury
Cara Delevingne, Brad Pitt and Kit Harington were all spotted at the festival.
Welsh singer Charlotte Church loses unborn baby
The singer says she and her partner Jonathan Powell are grieving their loss.
Philip Pullman to name character after Grenfell victim
The name of a teenager feared dead in the Grenfell Tower fire could be used in Pullman's second Book of Dust novel.
Glastonbury 2017: 12 things we learned
From playful policemen to Stormzy's big night out, here are our highlights from Glastonbury 2017.
How Harry Potter changed the world
Can you believe it's 20 years since the publication of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone?
What you might not know about Harry Potter
Twenty years on, here's some magic numbers.
Despicable Me 3: What would you do with a Minion?
Steve Carell and Kristen Wiig tell the BBC that and more about the new movie.
What JK Rowling said about the first Harry Potter book
The author said it was "wonderful" seeing the first Harry Potter book in the shops.
Glastonbury first-timer Ray BLK gets to know the festival
The BBC's Sound of 2017 winner shows us around, as she make her first ever visit to Glastonbury.
Glastonbury 2017: Barry Gibb's golden gift
Former Bee Gee Barry Gibb gets a gold jacket from a member of the audience at Glastonbury.
Glastonbury 2017: Backstage with Nile Rodgers
'Lady Gaga gave me those shoes' - the legendary producer and musician talks us through his wardrobe for his Glastonbury performance.
Official Singles Chart rules are changing to help new bands break through
Acts are only going to be allowed three songs in the top 100 at any one time.
Modigliani exhibition to feature virtual reality Paris
The exhibition at Tate Modern will also bring together 10 of the artist's controversial nudes.
Ai Weiwei's Lego art showing dissidents hits US
The Chinese artist makes 176 portraits of activists and political prisoners using thousands of Lego bricks in new installation.
The Hollywood stars who quit acting
As Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis announces he is retiring, here are some other stars who quit being an actor.
10 sports stars who became actors
Eric Cantona, Lewis Hamilton and eight more sports figures who have tried their hand at film roles.
Clean Bandit 'abused' over new song
Two years after they first performed it, Clean Bandit release the sought-after song Disconnect to fans.
How do you keep a celebrity wedding secret?
Celebrity weddings appear to be everyone's business, but what if those involved don't want the world to watch?
From Medieval to Future: Inside the new Crystal Maze
The show's set designer on the new-look Aztec, Industrial, Future and Medieval zones.
8 stars you never knew had a twin
From Scarlett Johansson to Vin Diesel - the celebrity twins you never knew about.
Imagine Dragons star on dealing with depression
Depression nearly derailed Imagine Dragons, but singer Dan Reynolds says he's fighting back.
12 things that will definitely happen at Glastonbury
The line-up always changes, but some things remain the same. Here are 12 of Glastonbury's mainstays.
Films to see this summer if you don't like blockbusters
Not keen on Transformers or Spider-Man? Here's some of the other films heading into UK cinemas.