The Brit Awards – those bronze, helmeted female statuettes that have served as the Oscars of the British music industry for more than three decades – are to be given a makeover by the high priestess of punk, Vivienne Westwood.
Boyband JLS are releasing this year's official Children In Need single.
Welcome to part two of our series on some of the best and most scenic A-roads. Last week's instalment certainly got some of you reacting, and in such an interesting way that we would be falling down on the job if we did not pass some of your comments on.
Comedians – not rock stars – are selling out some of the biggest venues in the country. Andrew Johnson reports on a joke boom
The creator of Richard and Judy's Book Club is on a mission to spread the printed word with her new TV show. John Walsh meets publishing's first lady of letters
They're all here, in the first instalment of our three-part round-up of the year's best books, from celebrity memoirs to humour, sporting tomes to children's titles – as well as those miscellaneous stocking-fillers
Slump in sales suggests ghost-written confessionals are past their sell-by-date
Footballer takes to the red carpet in support of school friends' film
If comedy is supposedly going to err towards the risk-averse in the post-Brand/post-Ross BBC era: then cometh the hour, cometh Michael McIntyre.
The house I grew up in... was a tall Victorian town house in Bristol. There were very big rooms, which were under-furnished and always cold.
How an 'epidemic' of addiction is destroying the careers and lives of some of the game's top players
Pam Ayres tickled Seventies’ TV audiences with her broad accent and innuendo-laden verses. And she’s still got a rare talent for observing life’s little quirks. But in a nice way