News Dave Lee Travis arrives at Southwark Crown Court in London on Wednesday for the second day of his trial.

A radio announcer has told the court in the trial of DJ Dave Lee Travis that she was in a “panic” after he allegedly grabbed her breasts when she was speaking live on air.

Album: Billy Bang, Da Bang! (Tum)

Free-jazz violinist Bang, who died in 2011, had a life of operatic intensity: school with Arlo Guthrie, active service in Vietnam, black revolutionary activity, drugs, guns and the avant-garde.

Sir Elton John 'recovering well' after operation to remove his appendix

The singer was forced to pull out of a string of performances after being diagnosed with appendicitis

Keith Richards, Rolling Stone

Rolling Stones' Keith Richards on 'terrible murder' at 1969 gig

Rolling stones guitarist Keith Richards has spoken of the moment the band witnessed a man being killed in the crowd in front of them, and how they kept on playing to “distract people”.

David Price has praised his hero Lennox Lewis as a 'massive inspiration'

Boxing: David Price inspired by Lennox Lewis' help

David Price has praised his hero Lennox Lewis as a "massive inspiration" after working with the former undisputed heavyweight champion ahead of Saturday's rematch with Tony Thompson.

Motorhead cancel summer gigs due to Lemmy Kilmister's ill health

Metal band Motorhead have been forced to cancel a number of summer concert dates due the ill health of frontmant Lemmy Kilmister.

Tinie Tempah, Ed Sheeran and Emeli Sande drafted in for all-star concert to rescue 'struggling' Stephen Lawrence Trust

Tinie Tempah, Ed Sheeran and Emeli Sande drafted in for all-star O2 concert to rescue 'struggling' Stephen Lawrence Trust

The show, which also features Plan B, Jessie J and Rizzle Kicks, will raise much-needed funds for the trust set up in 1999

Photographer allegedly assaulted while taking pictures of Wayne and Colleen Rooney at Rihanna gig

Police are investigating the assault at the Manchester Arena on Wednesday evening

Chime for Change: Women's voices, loud and clear: A star-studded concert returns feminism to centre stage

"Who runs the world? Girls!" sings Beyoncé, the 21st century's answer to Germaine Greer. Last night girls did run the world, or at least 100 square feet of Twickenham Stadium.

Album: Bellini, Norma - Orchestra La Scintilla/Antonini/Bartoli/Jo/Osborn (Decca)

This period-instruments recording of Norma is an extension of Cecilia Bartoli's 2007 tribute to the career of Maria Malibran.

Flames, check. Wind machine, check. Beyoncé pulls out all of the theatrical stops on her tour

Beyoncé back in the picture after snappers get a reprieve

Beyoncé is to perform a U-turn on her ban on professional photography for tonight’s star-studded charity show in Twickenham.

Bon Jovi’s ‘free’ gig for Spanish fans hit by economic crisis

US rock star Jon Bon Jovi and his band are waiving their performance fee for a concert in Madrid as a gesture to their Spanish fans hit hard by the economic crisis.

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Nick Grimshaw and Rizzle Kicks lined up for pair of new Channel 4 music shows

DJ Nick Grimshaw and chart stars Rizzle Kicks have been lined up to host a pair of new music shows for Channel 4.

You don't want to get on the wrong side of the Belieber army

Justin Bieber attacked by fan during show in Dubai

Justin Bieber has been attacked by a male fan while performing on stage at a concert in Dubai.

James MacMillan, Magnificat (Challenge Classics)

Album review: James MacMillan, Magnificat (Challenge Classics)

The second volume of James MacMillan's projected four-album series for Challenge finds him conducting the Netherlands Chamber Philharmonic and Netherlands Radio Choir on the premiere of his Advent antiphon “Ó”, in which lowering strings shade treble choral harmonies either side of a central solo trumpet passage, its divine nobility haloed by the choir's extended “O”.

Police in Stockholm find drugs and stun gun on Justin Bieber’s tour bus

Police have not yet specified what kind of drug was found

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