The opening night of William Tell at the Royal Opera House is marked by boos over a nude rape scene.
Former Blue Peter presenter John Noakes, who has Alzheimer's disease, is reported missing from his home in Majorca.
Plans to close BBC Three as a broadcast channel and move it online in January 2016 are approved by the BBC Trust
Former Rev and Balamory star Miles Jupp is to take over from Sandi Toksvig as the new host of BBC Radio 4's comedy show The News Quiz.
US TV network NBC cuts ties with Donald Trump over "recent derogatory statements" made by the veteran businessman about Mexican immigrants.
The Washington Post begins encrypting parts of its website to make it harder for governments and hackers to monitor the articles people are reading.
A DJ who underwent gender reassignment is returning to mainstream radio after a year-long break.
The band's US tour is going ahead despite frontman Dave Grohl breaking his right leg in Sweden earlier this month.
Reviews for Jeremy Clarkson's final episode of Top Gear are divided over whether the programme was at its best or past its prime.
The European television rights for the Olympic Games are awarded to Eurosport and its parent channel in a 1.3bn euros deal.
Joni Mitchell did have an aneurysm in March but is able to speak, a friend who acts as her conservator reveals.
Little Britain star David Walliams says his new role as one half of a husband and wife detective duo is "the damsel in distress" of the Agatha Christie-inspired partnership.
Scottish singer Susan Boyle receives honorary doctorate from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
Prof Stephen Hawking is to present this year's BBC Reith Lecture, with a talk on black holes.
Singer Susan Boyle says she is "on top of the world" to receive an honorary doctorate from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
The story of six brothers trapped in a tiny New York apartment by their father has been made into a documentary after a chance encounter with a film director.
Damon Albarn has co-written a musical version of Alice in Wonderland, which takes a trip down a modern-day rabbit hole.
A new Audrey Hepburn exhibition in London contains photos from the personal collection of her two sons.
An abandoned ashram in the Indian town of Rishikesh has become a must-see stop for Beatles fans.
The US is biggest market for custom British suits - and a new exhibition at the British Embassy in the United States features some of their most famous customers.
The Who's classic album Quadrophenia is being reinvented by an orchestra and a choir.
Horses and music - celebrating the zydeco tradition in America's Deep South
Apple's new streaming service threatens to undermine Spotify in the continuing battle to get fans to pay for music.
The National Theatre play whose title is too rude to print
Got the glitterball? What fans take to Glastonbury
What all great song lyrics have in common
Why are this year's films smashing box-office records?
A lost classic of rap features in new documentary
Glastonbury festival goers enjoy the sunshine before the music begins
One of the most dramatic plotlines in The Archers - the death of Grace Archer in a fire - is to be the subject of a special BBC radio drama.