Scottish musician Jack Bruce, the bassist and singer with 1960s supergroup Cream, dies aged 71, his publicist confirms.
Liam Gallagher tweets that his band Beady Eye are no more.
A novel by British-born author Malcolm Lowry is being published 70 years after its manuscript was thought to have been destroyed in a fire.
Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul tweets support for the toy store that was criticised for stocking dolls of the TV series' characters
The release of Alvin Stardust's final album, his first in 30 years, is brought forward following his death.
A picture of stampeding antelopes captured on the plains of South Africa’s Kariega Game Reserve wins the overall best European Wildlife photograph.
The handling of a police raid at the home of veteran pop star Sir Cliff Richard is described as inept by the Commons Home Affairs Committee.
Rwanda suspends BBC broadcasts in the Kinyarwanda language with immediate effect because of a controversial documentary about the 1994 genocide.
One Direction, Ed Sheeran and Coldplay are among the acts confirmed to perform at the inaugural BBC Music Awards on 11 December.
British comedian Matt Lucas will host the International Emmy Awards ceremony in New York in November.
Comedian Jason Manford is to star in a new UK touring production of hit musical The Producers.
TV star Miranda Hart announces there will be no more episodes of her hit BBC sitcom after this Christmas.
A new video game based on the designs of William Morris is launched by Sophia George, the V&A museum's games designer in residence.
David Walliams' Awful Auntie has become the best selling children's fiction title of the year just four weeks after going on sale.
British actress Keira Knightley is to make her Broadway debut next year in Therese Raquin, a stage version of Emile Zola's classic novel.
Tate director Sir Nicholas Serota is named the most powerful figure in the art world.
Police in London are appealing for help to trace stolen murals by an artist known as "the female Banksy", estimated to be worth at least £20,000.
Django Unchained's Daniele Watts, who alleged she was held by police because of racial profiling, is charged with committing a lewd act in public.
A Christian film distributor wants to recruit more than 100 pastors to hold prayers at multi-screen cinemas in the UK.
Enid Blyton's Magic Faraway Tree books are being adapted for cinema for the first time.
The Scottish government calls on the Home Office to reconsider the case of Steve Forman, an American musician at risk of deportation from Scotland.
This year's Mobo awards, which saw Sam Smith pick up four trophies, was described by viewers as a "shambles".
Former Dr Feelgood guitarist Wilko Johnson says he has been "cured" of the terminal pancreatic cancer with which he was diagnosed in 2012.
BBC Radio 6 Music has won record audience figures, reaching almost two million listeners over the past three months, according to Rajar.
A formal police complaint has been made by Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan after online rape threats were made against their daughter, the TV presenters say.
This Morning presenter Phillip Schofield is to broadcast non-stop on the ITV network for 24 hours to raise cash for charity.
Paris's world-renowned Picasso museum is reopening after being closed for five years.
The UK's first specialised Parkour, or freerunning, academies have opened to encourage people to learn how to do it in a safe environment.
Josh Spero, author of Second Hand Stories and editor of Spear's Magazine, and the author Erica Wagner, a former literary editor of the Times mull the question of high tech and old books.
Singer Jessie J tells BBC News she owes a lot of her early exposure to the MOBO awards. The 26 year-old won best female singer at the award ceremony in London