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Joni Mitchell in 'intensive care'

Singer songwriter Joni Mitchell is in intensive care in a Los Angeles hospital after being found unconscious at her home.

Gaza man 'tricked' into Banksy sale

A Palestinian man says he was tricked into selling a work by the graffiti artist, Banksy, that is estimated to be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Beatle's wife Cynthia Lennon dies

Cynthia Lennon, the first wife of John Lennon, dies at her home in Spain following a "short but brave" battle with cancer.

Wahlberg to make Boston bombing film

Mark Wahlberg is to co-produce and potentially star in a film about the 2013 bombing of the Boston Marathon and the city-wide manhunt that followed.

China cracks down on explicit anime

China says it will create a "blacklist" of banned Japanese anime cartoons, and plans to punish firms that hosted violent and sexual clips online.

Daily Show star defends Trevor Noah

One of the stars of The Daily Show speaks out in defence of Trevor Noah, its newly appointed host, amid controversy over old remarks he posted on Twitter.

Collection of Vettriano works sold

A private collection of 12 works by the Scottish artist Jack Vettriano raises a total of £837,900 at an auction in Edinburgh.

'LGBT community has long way to go'

Conchita Wurst says the moment people stop talking about sexual orientation will be when there is equality in the LGBT community.

Zayn Malik solo song taken down

A solo track from Zayn Malik minus the rest of One Direction is taken down less than a day after it was posted online.

Clarkson live tour set to go ahead

Jeremy Clarkson is to appear on planned live dates with his former Top Gear co-stars Richard Hammond and James May, BBC Worldwide announces.

Dutch royals to return Nazi art

The Dutch royal family says it will return a painting believed to have been confiscated from Jewish owners during World War Two.

TV channel 'sorry' over on-air curse

A local TV channel apologises after a presenter uses a sexually explicit swearword to describe a colleague.

Sarah Harding joins Coronation Street

Former Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding is to appear in four episodes of Coronation Street later this year.

Richard III opera to open in London

A Swedish rock opera about King Richard III will get its world premiere in London this October.

VIDEO: Singer Joni Mitchell in LA hospital

Singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell is undergoing tests in hospital after being found unconscious at home, but said to be awake and in good spirits.

VIDEO: Palestinian 'tricked' over Banksy art

A Palestinian man says he was 'tricked' into selling a mural by the artist, Banksy, that is estimated to be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.

VIDEO: Chic's Rodgers on death and cancer

Musician Nile Rodgers on the loss of his best friend Bernard Edwards and his own recovery from cancer

VIDEO: Cumberbatch reads 'moon disaster' letter

Actor Benedict Cumberbatch reads a letter from 1969 by presidential speechwriter William Safire, on Newsnight.

VIDEO: Bandleader Last bows out

Bandleader and composer James last talks to David Sillito as he performs his last shows in Britain before his retirement

VIDEO: Clive James 'thankful for life'

Five years after being diagnosed with terminal leukaemia, Australian broadcaster and poet Clive James says he is near to death but thankful for life.

VIDEO: Virginia Woolf's final letter

Virginia Woolf's final letter final letter was found by her husband Leonard on the day she disappeared.

VIDEO: Mary Portas: 'Case of survival'

Mary Portas speaks to the BBC about her new memoir, Shop Girl.

Joni Mitchell: Seven essential songs

The tracks that define Joni Mitchell's career

'On the catwalk in my wheelchair'

Meet the model who's taking to the catwalk in her wheelchair

British Museum: In search of beauty

How the Greek nude shaped the future

Fans rally after Trevor Noah backlash

Trevor Noah fans rally after backlash

America's most generous con artist

The art forger who fooled museums for 30 years

How Newcastle's arts venues survived cuts

How one city's arts venues found new ways to survive

The couple who built a theatre empire

How a husband and wife built the UK's largest theatre group

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