The musicians join Foo Fighters on stage, in the second of two tribute concerts for the drummer.
The star became the first person to play the flute, once owned by former US President James Madison.
The six-part series has been described as "premature" and "triggering", but also "mesmerising".
The watchdog's new boss says he will leave his "personal opinions" to one side in his role.
The star's music will be looked after by Pophouse, which also runs the Abba Voyage shows in London.
The BBC's arts correspondent Rebecca Jones visits the real-life setting of the popular books.
Steven Knight says the show could return with new writers, taking the story into the 1950s.
The actor, who plays Lucas Sinclair in the show, says his experience of bigotry "affected him a lot".
Ryan Reynolds confirms the X-Men star will reprise his most famous role in the action-comedy sequel.
ITV's chief executive defends This Morning's under-fire hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield.
The shortlist of seven possible UK host cities for next year's song contest is whittled down to two.
The University of Leicester is unhappy about how it is portrayed in new film The Lost King.
The singer is accused of failing to pay €14.5m (£12.9m) in tax and could face eight years in jail.
The hit song becomes the longest-running number one on the US singles chart by a British artist.
The TV hit has spawned a dance show, which creator Steven Knight hopes will attract new audiences.
Apple TV's new film The Greatest Beer Run Ever follows an unusual true story from the Vietnam War.
The star discusses how he and his wife grieved for their unborn child, and the music that helped.
Matt Goss, Ellie Simmonds and other stars of the new Strictly Come Dancing series spill the beans.
The rapper's latest video stars a huge cast of black cultural icons - and it's got people excited.
The chair of an influential parliamentary committee asks the UK spending watchdog to probe Unboxed.
Best-selling US author Jodi Picoult relocates to the UK to stage a musical version of The Book Thief.
The first episode of the Scottish soap opera first aired on BBC Scotland on 24 September 2002.
The widely watched dancing competition has paired the celebrities, including comedian Ellie Taylor and actor Will Mellor, with their dancing professionals.
US President Joe Biden surprised Sir Elton John by giving him a medal for his contribution to music.
Ruairí Coleman, from County Armagh, has worked on everything from Thor to Iron Man.
Next year is the 100-year anniversary of one of California's most iconic landmarks.
Radio 2’s Jeremy Vine has spoken about his experience at the hands of convicted stalker Alex Belfield.
The former Bolshoi Ballet artistic director says working while the war is ongoing is "very challenging".