Jennifer Aniston has joined Instagram after previously insisting she would not have a social media account.
Charlotte Church has revealed that she faced kidnap threats as a teenage star.
Bernardine Evaristo said she will continue to talk about her “historic” Booker Prize win, the first for a black woman.
Booker Prize-winner Margaret Atwood has said literary awards will be irrelevant unless action is taken over the environment.
Broadcaster Kirsty Young has joined the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s charitable foundation as a director.
Emma Rice is to be presented with the Outstanding Contribution to British Theatre prize at this year’s UK Theatre Awards.
Former Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson is to chair ITV’s new Mental Health Advisory Group, created following the deaths of participants of the Jeremy Kyle Show and Love Island.
Claudia Schiffer and her film-maker husband, Matthew Vaughn, have lost a planning dispute with a neighbour who wants to double the size of her cottage on the edge of their country estate.
Tate Modern is to exhibit work from renowned Korean-born artist Nam June Paik.
Ant and Dec will take viewers on a trip into the hidden world of souped-up street racing for a new programme inspired by their life-long fascination with the world of car-modifiers.