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The winner of the Man Booker Prize is announced later with Neel Mukherjee the bookies' favourite to take the £50,000 prize.
Thriller Gone Girl remains at the top of the UK box office for the second week, taking more than £3 million.
Rock legend Iggy Pop gives his backing to independent record labels in a royalties dispute with YouTube during the John Peel Lecture.
Author David Peace donates the stage rights to his novel The Damned United to a Leeds theatre company that has lost its Arts Council funding.
Veteran broadcaster David Attenborough bemoans the lack of variety on television and the "great number of subjects that aren't covered".
The National Gallery is about to open its blockbuster Rembrandt exhibition with over 90 works by the Dutch artist as Brenda Emmanus reports
Conchita Wurst wins moment of the year at the Attitude Awards 2014. She spoke to BBC News about her rise to fame
TV star Judy Finnigan apologises after comments she made about convicted rapist Ched Evans on ITV's Loose Women show prompted a Twitter backlash.
A musical based on the life of Imelda Marcos launches the Dorfman at London's National Theatre to a mixed critical reception.
Mark Bell, the influential British producer and electronic music pioneer who worked extensively with Icelandic star Bjork, dies at the age of 43.
10 huge hits you may not realise are cover versions
The fifth series opener of US drama The Walking Dead is watched by 17.3 million people, breaking cable viewing records.
Daft Punk hit Get Lucky is named song of the year at a London awards event celebrating songwriters who get the most airplay on US radio and television.
Brazil has a strong cinema industry and has joined forces with UK film-makers in a pioneering co-production led by British director Stephen Daldry.
Exhibition reveals how Rembrandt explored bold techniques
Melanie C on 1940s bandleader who braved virulent sexism
Testament of Youth, the memoir of pacifist Vera Brittain, charting the harsh realities of World War One, has been adapted in a film which has its London premiere on Tuesday.
A radio DJ, who took part in a hoax call after which a nurse killed herself, tells Newsnight how she received death threats and bullets in the post.
Actress Reese Witherspoon says her new film Wild - about a young woman's 1,000-mile hike across America - was the most challenging of her career to date.
Urban photography competition winners