A round-up of 15 things we learned from this year's Strictly Come Dancing celebrities.
Nona Gaprindashvili files a defamation lawsuit claiming she was incorrectly portrayed in the series.
Welsh rock group's 14th album, The Ultra Vivid Lament, wins re-run of 90s chart battle with Steps.
A new film tells the story of a boy who lives on a council estate and is obsessed with drag.
The rapper has subverted hip-hop with his LGBT-positive lyrics, while dominating critics on social media.
"The more you pay attention to it, the more the cancer has control of you," says The Wanted star.
Elizabeth Estensen, who played landlady Diane Sugden, says it is time to "say goodbye".
The ex-BBC presenter who quit the channel says people can decide themselves if it is too right wing.
Noel Gallagher on the new film marking 25 years since his old band's era-defining gigs.
Alex Echo has been forced to give up most of his painting work, but is now championing digital art.
A new Channel 4 film starring Jodie Comer and Stephen Graham is set in the early days of the pandemic.
Volunteering for the suicide prevention charity helps author write inspirational wellbeing book.
The action thriller, which takes place in a time loop, delights critics as it debuts on Playstation 5.
People with dementia sing, play instruments and dance at the music cafe, says Manchester Camerata.
The 51-year-old British supermodel revealed that she became a first-time mother to a girl in May.
Tom refuses to let cancer dominate his life after being diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour.
The broadcaster reveals his reasons for leaving the channel on the BBC's Question Time.
One of BBC Breakfast's main presenters, Louise Minchin, has broadcast her final programme after 20 years of early morning alarm calls.
After skipping last year because of coronavirus, celebrities went all out in the fashion stakes.