Entertainment & Arts
Led Zeppelin unleash unheard work
Legendary rock group Led Zeppelin make public two previously unheard recordings.
Shakespeare 'a cultural icon' abroad
William Shakespeare is the UK's greatest cultural icon, according to the results of an international survey released to mark the 450th anniversary of his birth.
Jamaica Inn hit by 'sound issues'
More than 100 viewers complain BBC period drama Jamaica Inn is "incomprehensible", as many resort to subtitles to understand the dialogue.
Spider-Man snares UK box office
Spider-Man swings to the top of the UK and Ireland box office chart after his latest film registered the biggest cinema opening weekend of the year so far.
'Irresponsible' holiday ad banned
A television advert for Center Parcs is banned for "irresponsibly" encouraging parents to take holidays during term time.
President Obama: Knuckles lives on
US President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama have written a to the friends and family of the late musician.
Breakfast TV pay 'deters' viewers
Former TV-am host Nick Owen says viewers are alienated by reports of presenters' high salaries, as Susanna Reid prepares to launch Good Morning Britain on ITV.
Singer accuser files more sex claims
A man who has accused X-Men director Bryan Singer of sexually abusing him as a teenager is suing three more Hollywood executives, claiming they also molested him.
Savile victims alerted to payouts
People who claim they were sexually abused by Jimmy Savile are being told by newspaper adverts how they can claim compensation.
Tom Hanks and Spielberg to reunite
Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg are set to work together for a fourth time on a new Cold War thriller.
Twin memorials for Garcia Marquez
Mexico and Colombia hold commemorations for renowned author and Nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez, who died on Thursday.