Switzerland's Bern Art Museum says it will accept hundreds of works of art bequeathed by German Nazi-era art hoarder Cornelius Gurlitt.
Argentina has expressed discontent to the BBC over its "inadequate" handling of complaints about a Top Gear special filmed in the country.
Band Aid 30's Do They Know It's Christmas? debuts at number one in the UK singles chart after selling more than 312,000 copies last week.
Singer Katy Perry is to headline the NFL Super Bowl half-time show next February.
An unseen Arthur Miller drama about corruption in New York's docks in the 1950s will have its world premiere in Northampton next year.
Sting is to join the cast of his Broadway musical The Last Ship next month in a bid to help boost ticket sales.
The third instalment of The Hunger Games, Mockingjay - Part 1, scores the biggest debut of the year at both the UK and US box office.
ITV commissions Jekyll and Hyde, a 10-part action adventure drama, adapted for the screen by Charlie Higson.
Nine-year-old actress Cherry Campbell, the star of CBeebies show Katie Morag, becomes the youngest-ever winner at the Bafta Children's awards.
One Direction lead the prize winners at the American Music Awards, collecting three prizes.
Chinese-French film Blind Massage picks up six awards at Taiwan's 51st Golden Horse awards.
Robert Burns is portrayed as a flintlock-wielding witch hunter in a new graphic novel that is to be unveiled in the Bard's place of birth.
Monty Python's Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life has become the most popular tune to play a UK funeral.
A watercolour thought to be painted by Adolf Hitler sells at an auction in Nuremberg, Germany, for 130,000 euros (£103,000; $161,000).
A floral painting by late US artist Georgia O'Keeffe sells for $44.4m (£28.8m) at auction, setting a record for an artwork by a female artist.
One of the leading children's publishers, famed for its classic Peter and Jane reading scheme, is to drop gender branding from its books.
Oscar winner Penelope Cruz is set to star in the sequel to Ben Stiller's cult comedy about a hapless male supermodel.
Mike Nichols, who won an Oscar for directing the 1967 film The Graduate, has died aged 83.
Taylor Swift becomes the first female singer to succeed herself at the top of the US Billboard Hot 100 song chart.
Despite saying her own lyrics were turned down, the singer says the project is "from a place of respectful intent".
Dame Shirley Bassey re-records her hit Goldfinger after 50 years, admitting there were "two wrong notes" in the original James Bond theme.
The 42-year-old Luther star is planning to release an album of music inspired by his BBC detective character.
US entertainer Bill Cosby defends his silence over allegations of sexual assault, describing accusations he drugged and raped women as "innuendo".
The show will debut in the US with Netflix streaming it across Europe shortly after.
Darth Vader actor David Prowse is reviving his role as the Green Cross Code Man 40 years after he first declared: "Stop, look and listen".
A new film, Kajaki, tells the true story of how a small unit of British soldiers escaped a minefield in Afghanistan
One Direction are celebrating three prizes and topping the winners list at the American Music Awards
New Zealand musical trio Sol3 Mio talk to BBC Breakfast about their forthcoming tour and new album.
For programme makers it is becoming increasingly difficult to generate big ratings on TV but the solution may lie in live television, especially in America, as Tom Brook reports
Actor Hugh Bonneville tells Andrew Marr about the spice of Nicole Kidman, the future of W1A and the past of Downton Abbey.