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The show's creator says Where's The F In News will feature "a shedload of intelligent and funny women".
The director of a film about the 1967 riots says she wants to meet racism "head-on.
The presenter says they are aiming for a broader audience while remaining true to the show's "petrolhead nature".
How does Daniel Craig compare to the actors who have played 007 before him?
The singer's next performance also involves a cruise ship and one of the Jonas Brothers.
Paramount Pictures confirms that actor Tom Cruise broke his ankle during filming of a stunt.
The BBC accuses Channel 4 of a "cynical" move by going head-to-head with its new cooking show.
A number of bands are taken off the streaming service while more are being "reviewed".
Entertainment firm HBO is facing another cyber breach, as it social media accounts are compromised.
The award winning director-producer reflects on his past work, Trump and the state of Broadway.
The Beatles drummer wore customised versions of the band's iconic footwear so he could perform on stage.
Silent Witness actress Liz Carr says she escaped the scissor attack "relatively unscathed".
The singer recalls the moment he punched his then-girlfriend.
Manchester Arena will reopen next month with a concert headlined by ex-Oasis star Noel Gallagher.
A sixth form student from Bristol fell ill at Boardmasters in Newquay.
Syd's Garden will be ''laced with clues'' about the Pink Floyd legend, according to childhood friend.
The stage and TV personality says she left the Big Breakfast show after the pair fell out over pay.
The singer faces criticism for tweets claiming that racial violence was nothing to do with most white Americans.
The actor, who stars in a new film on Detroit's 1967 unrest, notes parallels with recent clashes.
The creator of an Elvis musical reflects on the later period of the King's career
Milly Forrest moved from working a shift as an usher to leading lady after a soprano fell ill.
Adrian Mole the musical has just opened to audiences but do the story-lines still pack a punch with today's adolescents?
Trevor Nelson, DJ Jazzie B and Gilles Peterson on the pirate radio boom of the 1980s.
At this year's Edinburgh Fringe the experiences of transgender people are increasingly prominent.
Peter Dinklage is telling fans to stop buying huskies, the dogs that resemble direwolves, as many are being abandoned.
Belle and Sebastian's Richard Colburn sat in his pyjamas for four hours waiting for the tour bus to return.
Why passing away has done little to deaden the commercial appeal of musical legends like Elvis and their entrepreneurial super fans.
Two stunt performers have died in recent accidents in the US, but what safety measures exist in the UK?
Reading and Leeds bans pineapples, adding to the list of weird stuff you can't take to festivals.
Another Spanish-language song is dominating the streaming charts. We meet its singer, J Balvin.
The pop star's actions are being seen as an inspiration for women to report groping.
The latest magazine sales figures are out - and they aren't as bleak as you might think.
Comedy and sketches for two are making a comeback at the Edinburgh Fringe festival.
The singer and actress talks to Newsbeat 10 years since the release of her debut album and Glow being renewed for a second season.
Why Glen Campbell's signature song was recorded before Jimmy Webb had finished writing it.