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Swedish singer Tove Lo dissects her hit single Stay High
Artists and musicians from Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland as well as descendants of Irish emigrants have performed in a London concert.
Model railway enthusiasts from Luton re-create one of the most infamous heists in history.
This week's Meet the Author is with one of America's most successful thriller writers, Harlan Coben.
As the first ever Australian Indigenous Fashion Week takes place in Sydney, model Samantha Harris explains the importance of the event
Paul Weller, Soul II Soul and Wilko Johnson are among a host of acts added to the bill for this year's T in the Park festival.
English Actor Andrew Garfield reprises his lead role as Spider-Man in the latest adventures of the super-hero, saying the character helped to get him through school.
Oscar-winning actress Emma Thompson says it's "a mistake" to make films targeting older people and the 'grey pound'.
Stephen Colbert, host of Comedy Central's The Colbert Report, will succeed Late Show host David Letterman upon his retirement next year, CBS says.
What should be top of Sajid Javid's in-tray?
A rarely seen love letter written by Wales' most famous poet is being displayed in his hometown for the first time.
Two actors discuss research for their roles playing Margaret Thatcher in a play transferring to London's West End.
The shortlist for the world's most lucrative literary prize pits debut Irish author Donal Ryan against a host of international stars such as Juan Gabriel Vasquez.
Actor Chiwetel Ejiofor talks about his latest movie, Half Of A Yellow Sun, his first film since starring in the Oscar-winning 12 Years A Slave.
Robbie Coltrane on why he ditched art for acting
The body of Peaches Geldof is released to her family to allow for funeral arrangements to be made.
Newsnight presenter Jeremy Paxman will perform one-man show PAXO at this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival, giving the audience the change to grill him for a change.
The fate of Mickey Rooney's remains will be decided this week following the Hollywood actor's death on Sunday.
The actress is asking for $6m (£3.6m) in damages, accusing the pharmacy of exploiting her image for promotion.
Time-lapse photography capturing the installation of The Kelpies sculptures is to be shown at New York Tartan Week.