Our pick of the best on the box this festive season
X Factor star James Arthur is set to top the singles chart this weekend after shifting more than 255,000 copies of "Impossible".
The X Factor's ratings slide has continued with Sunday's final pulling in 2 million fewer viewers than last year.
Rylan Clark is the latest hopeful to be given their marching on orders from the X Factor.
Rumours that the Spice Girls will be reuniting to perform at the Olympic Games closing ceremony look to be true after the band were pictured apparently rehearsing for Sunday's extravaganza.
Fans of Gary Barlow have started a charity fund in memory of the star's stillborn daughter Poppy.
"Britain has a new smash-hit boy band – a five-strong well-muscled group that brought more noise to the O2 last night than Guns N' Roses," roared The Times yesterday after the heroics of Britain's male gymnasts on Monday. But how do GB5 compare in the boy band stakes with the likes of One Direction:
Burma's opposition leader tells MPs her people can only get 'so far' on their own. By Nigel Morris
Does Barlow have enough X Factor to replace Cowell?
As the pips go on its 75th anniversary this weekend, the "speaking clock" still registers 30 million calls each year, generating nearly £10m in revenue for British Telecom.
Take That have announced their latest single 'When We Were Young'.
Both KT Tunstall and newcomer Emma Gillespie are 'girls with guitars' who busked their way to record contracts at the age of 27. Except one of them got her break through a reality TV show. So how similar are they really?
My parents were ... divorced. Divorce is always going to leave its problems and its scars, but I had love. I was brought up by my dad; it was a happy childhood.
How do you come up with the perfect words to fit a killer tune? Rob Sharp learns from Don Black, the songwriting master who penned some of the best-loved lyrics of the past 50 years
The BBC published details of the pay of its 107 most senior managers today, revealing that 46 earn more than the Prime Minister.