Pop star Tulisa is found guilty of assaulting a man at a music festival in Essex last year.
Star Wars actor Mark Hamill calls returning to the franchise was an "unexpected gift", and says Harrison Ford is recovering well from his broken ankle.
Fans react angrily after Secret Cinema cancels an immersive screening of Back to The Future with only a couple of hours' notice.
Giant marionettes are back on Liverpool's streets as part of a three-day event commemorating World War One.
The National Theatre announces that Of Mice and Men will be their first Broadway production to screen live in UK cinemas.
BSkyB wants to take over Rupert Murdoch's pay TV companies in Germany and Italy in a move that would create a company with 20 million European viewers.
Two sculptures, possibly by Rodin and Degas, are discovered in the home of the late art hoarder Cornelius Gurlitt in Munich.
Pop duo the Pet Shop Boys unveil their latest work, a tribute to wartime code-breaker Alan Turing, at the first of this year's Late Night BBC Proms.
Billy Elliot writer Lee Hall says his new biopic about Sir Elton John, starring Tom Hardy in the main role, tells the singer's life story 'from birth to rehab'.
Ex-News of the World and Sunday Mirror reporter Dan Evans is sentenced to a 10-month suspended jail sentence after admitting charges including phone hacking.
Birdman, starring Michael Keaton and Edward Norton, will lead this year's Venice Film Festival line-up.
The Queen declares the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow open after a live show featuring a cast of 2,000 and appearances from several famous Scots.
Eels frontman Mark Everett is handed the Freedom of City of London, as the band tours the UK.
A house in Barry, south Wales, which was used in BBC show Gavin & Stacey is being sold for £125,000.
Commonwealth writers are sidelined from the Man Booker Prize longlist with US authors, including Joshua Ferris and Richard Powers, included for the first time.
US author Thomas Berger, whose novel Little Big Man was turned into a 1970 Hollywood movie starring Dustin Hoffman, dies at the age of 89.
Composer Judith Weir CBE is to become the first female Master of the Queen's Music.
Could the latest Star Wars movie be about to film off the coast of County Kerry?
Dora Bryan, the actress whose career encompassed theatre, film and TV's Last of the Summer Wine, has died near Brighton at the age of 91.
Columbia Pictures announces at San Diego's Comic-Con that the Spider-Man spin-off film will be released in 2016.
Pop band Duran Duran take legal action against the US company charged with running their fan club over unpaid revenues.
Judges throw out an appeal by paedophile rock star Ian Watkins to reduce the length of his jail term for child sex offences.
Lawyers representing Adele's two-year old son, Angelo Adkins, accept a five-figure sum in damages to settle a privacy case over paparazzi photos marking his "milestone moments".
Gary Lineker, John Bishop and Frankie Boyle will be among the celebrities at the 2014 Edinburgh Television Festival, its organisers announce.
TV presenter Peaches Geldof died of a heroin overdose after relapsing from a period of abstinence, a coroner rules.
The BBC is experimenting with new ways to deliver TV coverage of live events, with a series of trials at the Commonwealth Games.
Former Doctor Who star Karen Gillan has denied rumours that her hair was donated to the new Star Wars film.
Benedict Cumberbatch has been talking about his first animated role as a Wolf in the film The Penguins of Madagascar
The Black Cultural Archives has opened its new permanent home in the heart of Brixton after a £7m redevelopment.
A new exhibition at Buckingham Palace is revealing what is is like to grow up in the Royal Family.