The Ickabog is her first non-Harry Potter children's story, and will be published in instalments.
The corporation will air historic sets after the festival was cancelled amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The rapper denies participating in racist chatrooms and apologises for offensive lyrics from 2015.
The major label is moving to only two "seasonless" collections saying clothes need a longer life.
The often controversial prize is replaced by bursaries worth £100,000 to help struggling artists.
Police say officers "encouraged" those involved to "comply with social distancing guidelines".
The seven-song event will celebrate the community spirit shown during lockdown, organisers say.
We ask the sitcom's stars how well it holds up 20 years on.
Zara Abid, 28, was being mourned by friends and family, but then trolls began abusing her legacy online.
A producer, screenwriter, and union leader foresee "creative changes" for the film and TV industry.
The Mum and Phantom Thread star has delivered a monologue to raise funds for out-of-work colleagues.
When Howard Jacobson's mother died this month there could be no big family funeral - but then she never wanted to be a bother to anyone.
They may be festival headliners, but LA sisters Haim say people underestimate them as a band.
Mel C, Rag N' Bone Man and Joy Crookes tell the BBC what they've been up to for the last eight weeks.
The playwright says "you might as well be watching TV" as closed venues turn to streaming shows.
Ruby Rose's departure from Batwoman is the latest example of an actor exiting a big role.
The Director General of the BBC says the corporation has played a vital role during the coronavirus pandemic.
British artist Harriet Davey is among the CGI artists creating virtual models for fashion shows.
The cast and writer of W1A have reunited for a one-off Zoom meeting to "cheer people up" during lockdown.
A singer and publican advises those struggling with mental health after losing all her income.
Actor tells 5 Live why she thinks it’s important to be honest with children when talking about the pandemic.
The singer explains how he intervened when a Singapore radio station refused to give a $10,000 prize to a caller.