AC/DC confirm they will continue making music, following news guitarist and founder member Malcolm Young is taking a break from the band due to ill health.
An exhibition of the 1,300-year-old Lindisfarne Gospels in Durham is named best event at a ceremony celebrating culture in the north-east of England.
Sir Tom Jones, Sian Phillips and Michael Sheen are named in an all-star cast for a new BBC TV adaptation of the Dylan Thomas play Under Milk Wood.
The album from Disney's animated film becomes one of only 11 albums to have topped the US chart for 10 weeks or longer.
Rock star Paul Weller wins £10,000 for his children after their pictures were "plastered" on the Mail Online.
A new study finds men prefer to watch film adaptations than read the original book, with 30% admitting they have not read a book since school.
The composer of the music featured in the original Halo video games says his job has been "terminated without cause" by developer Bungie.
A row breaks out over the ownership of a work of art by "guerrilla artist" Banksy after it was taken from a Bristol street.
Murder, She Wrote actress Angela Lansbury says she is "very proud" to be honoured by the Queen in the country of her birth.
Former Radio 1 DJ Dave Lee Travis is charged with one count of indecent assault under Operation Yewtree, Scotland Yard says.
The producers of Channel 4 documentary series Benefits Street have confirmed they are working on a follow-up with the working title Immigration Street.
A man's dying wish to appear on a comedy stage is fulfilled when one of his friends performs at a club accompanied by his ashes.
An artist is looking for people to donate 250 spanners into an artwork that is destined to adorn a mid Wales town.
Five musicians take action against the National Theatre after being stripped of their roles in the West End production of War Horse.
Richard Armitage, one the stars of The Hobbit films, is to lead the cast in a new production of Arthur Miller's The Crucible at the Old Vic.
Conductor Daniel Barenboim, composer Peter Maxwell Davies and mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato are among the nominees for this year's Royal Philharmonic Society Music Awards.
British horror film The Quiet Ones is the highest new entry at the UK box office in a week dominated by older releases.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire takes the prize for best film at the MTV Movie Awards, as well as female performance and best male for Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier stays top of the US box office, holding off competition from new release, Rio 2.
Cassette tapes have a "novelty value", with 10% of 18 to 24-year-olds buying one in the last month, according to new research.
Music at a UB40 concert was so loud it was "altering heart rhythms" and caused a fan's ear to bleed, it is claimed.
Public Enemy rapper Flavor Flav pleads guilty to attempted battery after pulling a knife on the teenage son of his girlfriend during an argument.
Channel 4 ramps up its arts coverage after a £3m boost from Arts Council England, including a new TV series showcasing young artists and film-makers.
Zai Bennett, the controller of BBC Three, announces he is to move to Sky Atlantic, just weeks after the BBC announced the channel would be scrapped.
Actor Bryan Cranston helps a teenage Breaking Bad fan secure a date to his prom, by filming a special proposal in character as Walter White.
Children's Laureate, Malorie Blackman, wants to get boys back into books.
UB40 has denied causing a fan's ears to bleed at a gig in Cambridge on Monday.
Jeremy Paxman closes Wednesday's edition of Newsnight with a performance by two young Irish dancing champions.
Tom Brook looks at the life of a photographer who secretly took over 100,000 photographs of people in her day to day life
A row has broken out over the ownership of a work of art by "guerrilla artist" Banksy after it was taken from a Bristol street