Writers for the BBC Radio 4 soap are set to highlight life under lockdown in fictional Ambridge.
More than 100 YouTubers appear in a video message encouraging people to stay at home.
How one of pop’s brightest new voices found confidence by taking control of a plane.
Broadcasters have been hastily coming up with new formats to help us deal with life indoors.
The singer says Little Mix are going back to "pure pop" after splitting with Simon Cowell.
You'll Never Walk Alone is among tracks enjoying renewed popularity amid the coronavirus crisis.
Madonna pays tribute to "loving and professional" Mark Blum following his coronavirus-related death.
The star released Future Nostalgia early - and received the best reviews of the year (so far).
Fans touched by the Doctor Who re-boot 15 years ago celebrate with a mass viewing of the first episode.
The 17-minute song ruminates on the 1960s and the assassination of President John F Kennedy.
A High Court judge rules Ofcom was entitled to fine RT £200,000 for impartiality breaches.
The rapper's management told fans he was in a "stable condition" after a quad bike crash.
Manu Dibango, whose Soul Makossa filled New York dance floors, died this week at the age of 86.
Sales of novels and home learning books shot up last week as people prepared to stay at home.
The stars of Channel 4's anarchic sitcom open up about the shenanigans on and off-screen.
The US and China, the world's most lucrative movie markets, are rethinking how they launch new films.
Entertainment stars have been dealing with staying indoors in their own unique ways.
The One Show and The World At One are among the shows broadcasting from presenters' homes.
How the Pet Shop Boys inadvertently ended up with the best tour diary in pop history.
Irish artist Will Sliney is keeping thousands of kids entertained with daily drawing challenges.
Have you seen the kitchen 'remix' of the BBC News theme tune yet?
People social distancing are sharing memes to feel connected but could they be preserved in a museum?
With the coronavirus lockdown bringing normal nightlife to an end, some enterprising DJs are going online.
Singer Charli XCX says elderly and vulnerable people rather than celebrities are the priority for coronavirus testing.
Ralph McTell wrote The Streets of London over 50 years ago but now he’s done something he’s always previously refused.