David Hockney releases artwork showing the landscape that inspired him after it was blighted by fly-tipping.
US pop star Madonna fell off the stage during her performance at the 2015 Brit Awards on a night that saw Sam Smith and Ed Sheeran each win two prizes.
BBC Radio 1's Official Chart show could move from its Sunday slot following an international agreement to release new albums and singles on Fridays.
The TV licence does not have a long-term future and is likely to be replaced by a new levy within the next 15 years, a group of MPs says.
A US judge tells actress Lindsay Lohan that community service she did in London last year did not count - and she must do 125 hours more.
Jimmy Savile abused 63 people connected to Stoke Mandeville Hospital, but the only formal complaint was ignored, a report finds.
Actor and theatre director Kevin Spacey will be honoured with a special prize at this year's Olivier Awards.
Rap legends De La Soul are announced as this year's headline act for the Womad world music festival in Wiltshire.
Terra Firma, the owner of Odeon and UCI, plans to put the cinema chain up for sale later this year for about £1bn.
Police say an historical sex offence inquiry into Sir Cliff Richard has "increased significantly in size" and involves "more than one allegation", but the singer says the claims are "absurd".
Three journalists for the Qatar-based channel Al-Jazeera are arrested for the alleged illegal flying of a drone in the Bois de Boulogne area of Paris.
Oscar-winning actor Eddie Redmayne lends his voice to a new train in the next Thomas the Tank Engine adventure.
Leeds chairman Andrew Umbers says the club is "not for sale" despite Russell Crowe suggesting he would consider buying the club.
An ancient statuette and an 18th Century painting are returned to Italy, having turned up in New York decades after being stolen.
Workers at the National Gallery are staging a series of fresh strikes in a row over the privatisation of services.
A long-lost Sherlock Holmes story has been found lying forgotten in an attic more than a hundred years after it was first published.
Erotic drama Fifty Shades of Grey stays top of the UK box office in its second week of release.
Filmmaker Roman Polanski appears in a Polish court in connection with a request to extradite him to the US for having had sex with a 13-year-old girl.
Eddie Ray Routh is found guilty of murder of American Sniper subject Chris Kyle and is sentenced to life in prison without parole.
US singer-songwriter Carole King calls Beautiful, a tribute musical about her early life, "a wonderful gift" as the show makes its West End debut.
US Singer Chris Brown is forced to cancel shows in Montreal and Toronto after Canadian officials stopped him from entering the country.
A 31-year-old man is charged after an attack on two of Nicki Minaj's crew last week in Philadelphia.
STV reports a 14% rise in pre-tax profits, lifts its dividend by 300% and says it is increasing its reach.
A senior MP raises questions over new BBC Trust chair Rona Fairhead's role at HSBC while the bank's Swiss arm helped wealthy clients evade tax.
The Daily Show correspondent Jason Jones quits the series after nearly a decade to star in a new sitcom, weeks after news of host Jon Stewart's departure.
Street artist Banksy has secretly travelled to Gaza where he produced a range of murals as part of a new documentary.
The Brit Awards celebrated a year of British music success in a star-studded show in London
James Purnell, the BBC's Director of Strategy, told BBC News that he agrees the TV Licence does need to be modernised
Singer Nneka speaks to Peter Okwoche about her new album.
Adam Sandler is starring in a new comedy - The Cobbler - in which he plays a New York shoe repairer who finds he has magical powers.