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Including Katie Price, Glenda Jackson... and Donald Trump.
Angie Thomas's The Hate U Give is this year's recipient of the Waterstones Children's Book Prize.
The disco legend will become the studio's first, and only, chief creative advisor.
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The presenter's Hardest Road Home documentary is hailed by viewers as "amazing" and "inspirational".
The male rape storyline has "helped silent survivors to speak out", says one helpline in Manchester.
"I don't have my certificate from the department of lesbian affairs", the actress and activist said.
Toaster, cuddly toy... if you don't know what we're on about, find out more about this classic revival.
The 80s pop star describes seeing a UFO in her back garden, and reveals how that inspired her album.
Actor Fred Savage is being sued, along with 20th Century Fox, by a former colleague.
A US court upholds a ruling that Robin Thicke copied one of Gaye's songs on his hit Blurred Lines.
Five artists have been shortlisted for the £30,000 sculpture award.
The TV host is charged after a crash in south-west London, as ITV says Declan Donnelly will present alone.
Despite once saying she was famous for being famous, Katie Boyle would spend more than half a century in the public eye.
Former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr receives his knighthood for services to music.
Academic says women risk being branded 'career rapees' and still face abuse.
Martina Navratilova told BBC Panorama that the corporation has to "do better".
Every year, new British bands travel to Texas for the SXSW festival. How did this year's hopefuls fare?
The musicians hope to show that disabled people can and should be more involved in classical music.
Kenny Loggins' theme song is one of 25 records selected to enter the US National Recording Registry.
The six-year-old is fast becoming a celebrity to rival her famous parents.
Millie Bobby Brown made a special promise to one of her fans, and she's not the first celeb to do so.
A new wave of British bands are using personal experiences to fuel their political lyrics.
The actor at the centre of the storyline "can't stress the importance" of why it needs to be aired.
"I'm tired of the abuse of power," says the star, as she discusses her new album, #MeToo and Prince.
It's crunch time for the celebrity duo as Ant pulls out of TV work "for the foreseeable future".
Tye Sheridan and Olivia Cooke, who star in Spielberg's film, explain why they don't talk about their own pay.