A hearing is due to take place at Scotland’s highest civil court as part of Alex Salmond’s legal challenge against the Scottish Government.
Bryan Cranston has defended playing a disabled character in his latest film amid a debate in Hollywood over actors taking roles away from minority groups.
The latest on the 10-year plan for the NHS, Kevin Spacey in court and Brexit are among the stories being covered on Tuesday’s papers.
Jeremy Clarkson has said male presenters should accept they have no chance of winning jobs at the BBC over their female rivals and instead go “down the bar”.
Richard Hammond has claimed to have always been a “cautious” driver despite having been involved in a number of high-profile crashes.
Films about skateboarders in Los Angeles and rave culture in the 1990s will open and close this year’s Glasgow Film Festival.
Adam Woodyatt, Natalie Cassidy and Jake Wood are among the EastEnders stars running the London Marathon in honour of Dame Barbara Windsor for a dementia campaign.
Zoe Ball has said she and Sara Cox have always supported each other in their careers, despite often competing for the same jobs.
Cold Feet star Fay Ripley has said she once turned down a record contract with Simon Cowell’s record company.
Tom Brittney has said he cried when he was told he was taking over from James Norton in Grantchester.