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The BBC commissions a new drama about comic legends Laurel and Hardy, to be penned by Philomena co-writer Jeff Pope.
Installation artist Laure Prouvost is named the winner of the 2013 Turner Prize at an awards ceremony in Londonderry, the UK City of Culture 2013.
Robert Redford - the sole cast member in his latest film All Is Lost - tells Newsnight how being labelled a sex symbol in his younger days was a "bit of a cage that was hard to get out of" for his career.
Disney's Frozen and Pixar's Monsters University lead the nominations for the 41st Annie Awards, which honour the year's best achievements in animation.
The Canadian pop star was looked for more in the UK than Beyonce and Kate Middleton, according to internet search engine Bing.
Musician and producer Will.i.am talks to BBC Breakfast about why he is so committed to mentoring the artists signed to his record label
Film franchise launches an official Instagram account by posting a selfie of Darth Vader.
Eisteddfod artworks that have been "lost" for nearly 40 years are rediscovered and are to go back on show.
X Factor star Rebecca Ferguson conquers her demons
A piece of art by Zao Wou-ki sells for a record-breaking $14.72m (12.85m euros; £10.64m) in Sotheby's first major auction to be held in China.
Reggae singer Junior Murvin, best known for the 1976 hit song Police and Thieves, later recorded by The Clash, has died in Jamaica, aged 67.
Installation artist Laure Prouvost has won this year's Turner Prize for her piece Wantee, which takes the audience in search of her fictional grandfather.
US singer and songwriter Bob Dylan has been placed under judicial investigation in France for allegedly provoking ethnic hatred of Croats.
An entire art exhibition made up of old jeans is on display in London. BBC reporter Brenda Emmanus speaks to the artist Ian Berry.
A film about a Berwick man's battle with hatred and forgiveness has its first UK screening in Edinburgh.
Fast & Furious 7 is to go ahead following the death one of its stars, Paul Walker, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Asterix creator Albert Uderzo is to sue his daughter and son-in-law for "psychological violence" in a ongoing battle for the series' legacy.
Lady Gaga meets the first 'Gaga Dolls' made by a Japanese artist
Comedian and sitcom star Miranda Hart is among the new entries in Who's Who 2014.
Kerrang! Radio is found in breach of Ofcom rules after it broadcast an unedited version of the Red Hot Chili Peppers track Suck My Kiss.