Pop star Cheryl Cole confirms she is to rejoin ITV's The X Factor, along with the show's creator Simon Cowell, for an 11th series.
The BBC has unveiled an update to its on-demand iPlayer service, which will include several new online-only shows for "a BBC Three audience".
We Will Rock You, the hit musical based on the songs of Queen, is to close in the West End after a 12-year run.
US President Barack Obama is interviewed by comedian Zach Galifianakis for spoof chat show Between Two Ferns, following in the footsteps of Justin Bieber and Bradley Cooper.
A new study shows female characters are "dramatically under-represented" in the top-grossing films of 2013.
England is a nation divided into readers and watchers, a report on adult literacy says.
A radio comedy drama starring the late Only Fools and Horses actor Roger Lloyd Pack in one of his final roles will air later this month.
The final headliners for Reading and Leeds festival are announced with Queens of the Stone Age and Paramore joining the bill.
Ofcom has renewed Channel 4's licence for another 10 years but says the channel needs to increase its output in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Jessie J and Katy Perry are among a group of over 100 musicians offering free concert tickets in aid of poverty.
American writer George Saunders is named the first winner of the Folio Prize for his "darkly playful" short stories, Tenth of December.
Batman enthusiasts are thought to be behind the latest disappearance of a village sign in Nottinghamshire.
Hit musical Book of Mormon will visit Salt Lake City next year, the location of the Mormon church's Utah headquarters.
Dame Judi Dench and Jude Law are among the nominees in the running for this year's Olivier Awards, one of the most high-profile events in the UK theatre calendar.
Gerard Mortier, who spearheaded an operatic production of Brokeback Mountain at Madrid's Teatro Real, dies aged 70.
Teenage saxophonist Alexander Bone wins the first jazz prize to be awarded in the BBC's Young Musician of the Year competition.
300: Rise of an Empire, the sequel to 2006 hit 300, slayed the competition at North American cinemas, earning $45.1m (£27m).
The chief cameraman on Oscar-winning film Gravity wins an award for his work at a ceremony which also honours late camera operator Sarah Jones.
Animated film Room on the Broom scoops a prize at the British Animation Awards, less than a week after losing out at the Oscars.
Country star turned pop sensation Taylor Swift returns to the top of Billboard's annual list of music money makers, a title she held in 2012 only to relinquish last year to Madonna.
The star wins an extension on his High Court order against four photographers for harassment in the UK.
London-based DJ and producer Route 94 has made his debut at number one in the UK chart with My Love.
The Black Keys are announced as the third musical headliner for the 2014 Latitude Festival in Suffolk.
A report into how the BBC is funded recommends arguing for the licence fee to be pegged to inflation, instead of the current freeze.
Channel 4 is to broadcast the TV spin-off of the Coen brothers' Oscar-winning film Fargo, starring Billy Bob Thornton and Sherlock's Martin Freeman.
The Belfast-born actor Jimmy Ellis, best known for his roles in Z-Cars and alongside a young Kenneth Branagh in the BBC series of "Billy" plays has died.
Scarlett Johansson describes her latest film role as an alien in the adaptation of Michel Faber's book Under The Skin
Hollywood actress Kristen Bell talks about her mission to try and prevent paparazzi from taking photographs of her daughter.
Border Tales, written by Luca Silvestrini, uses dance theatre to explore the issues of immigration.
Tina Fey and Ricky Gervais join the cast of The Muppets for their latest film