Apple has unveiled its own TV and movie streaming subscription service, joining juggernauts Netflix and Amazon Prime for a slice of the lucrative streaming business.
The BBC may cover tax costs for presenters left in financial trouble after they were “forced” into new pay arrangements.
Michael Ball is on course to claim his first number one solo album in 27 years.
Beverley Knight will perform during the In Memoriam section of the Olivier Awards.
Tate Modern has overtaken the British Museum to become the most popular UK museum or gallery, according to new figures.
Harry Redknapp, June Brown and Lionel Blair are among the veteran stars who will attempt to get to grips with technology such as smart speakers and electric cars in a new series for ITV.
Alan Brazil breached broadcasting rules for suggesting that a Glasgow rat infestation was the fault of Asian immigrants storing rice.
The original colour of a Vincent Van Gogh artwork has been revealed ahead of a new exhibition of his paintings.
Ofcom has rejected hundreds of complaints against the Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland.
George Galloway breached broadcasting rules by presenting allegations of Labour Party anti-Semitism as a concocted means to criticise Jeremy Corbyn, a watchdog has found.