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It was a good night for Sherlock at the Emmys, in Los Angeles, where Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman won best actor and best supporting actor in a miniseries.
Actor Billy Crystal has paid tribute to his friend and co-star Robin Williams at the 66th Emmy Awards in Los Angeles.
Burning Man, the annual counterculture event in the desert of northern Nevada, has been closed on opening day amid rare heavy rains.
Led Zeppelin's Whole Lotta Love is voted the greatest guitar riff of all time by listeners of BBC Radio 2.
This year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe breaks the two million ticket barrier for the first time in its 67-year history.
How Lord Attenborough 'saved' British film
LG announces it is about to become the first firm to sell TVs offering both OLED and 4K technologies to the public.
Sony says its PlayStation network is back online after being shut down following a cyber-attack.
Tributes pour in from the worlds of entertainment and politics following the death of filmmaker Richard Attenborough.
Swansea City's rag-to-riches tale hits the big screen
Oscar-winning director Richard Attenborough, who also acted in films including Brighton Rock and The Great Escape, has died at the age of 90.
Should you complain if you move next to a gig venue?
Nick Higham looks back at the life of the actor and film-maker Lord Richard Attenborough, who has died at the age of 90.
Three people have been injured after a shooting at an event hosted by Chris Brown.
Critics hail Peter Capaldi's feature-length debut as the 12th Doctor, as the eighth series of Doctor Who premiered on BBC One on Saturday.
Sir Cliff Richard has been interviewed under caution in connection with an alleged historical sex offence, South Yorkshire Police says.
The Chinese authorities shut down an independent film festival, which had suffered disruption in the past, on its opening day.
How well does stand up comedy travel outside the US and UK?
The Doctor Who fan who created the show's new titles
Mark Chapman, the man who killed John Lennon in 1980, is denied parole for an eighth time by authorities in New York.