Actor George Segal, best known for starring in US sitcom The Goldbergs, has died at the age of 87.
Cineworld has confirmed it plans to reopen cinema screens in the UK in May, in line with current government guidance.
Zara and Mike Tindall have announced the birth of their baby boy, who was born on their bathroom floor at home.
A minister has defended the decision not to bring in a government-backed insurance scheme for festivals, saying she does not want to pull "the rug from underneath them".
Michaela Coel has said that she "was able to process [her] own trauma" while writing I May Destroy You, as she accepted an award for the show.
When the San Francisco offices of the Duke of Sussex's new employer are finally reopened post-pandemic, it is said he will be attending meetings there.
Author Douglas Adams was "not interested" in his most famous work - The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy - and thought all the characters were "burks", according to a new book.
The debut of new film Death on the Nile has been pushed back to 2022, Disney says, amid more changes to the company's release schedule.
Free speech is in danger unless people speak up to defend figures such as JK Rowling, according to former Tory cabinet minister Dr Liam Fox.
An Australian festival has been forced to cancel an exhibit that would have seen the Union Jack covered in the blood of indigenous people after a furious backlash.