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Harry Shearer has been a comedy star for decades - but describes himself as a "political animal".
The star, who was on her way to a carol concert in Chelsea, had come to the aid of an older woman.
Today marks 50 years since the Altamont Festival, which became notorious for the wrong reasons.
Stormzy's Vossi Bop topped the charts in the UK, but Latin Pop ruled around the world.
Vittorio Grigolo admits there was "a brawl between colleagues" after a performance on tour in Japan.
The corporation's boss Tony Hall outlines the plan to place its "BAME talent" in top positions.
The singer says "nothing happened" after he is pictured holding hands with a co-star.
Lucy Edwards is one of 35 new guest presenters on Radio 1 and 1Xtra over the Christmas period.
The drama of the renown 1972 chess championship and its complex characters comes to the stage.
A Cuban immigrant beset by crippling shyness and two left feet has become one of pop's biggest stars.
Baker, who hosted for nine years, says he is looking forward to "being able to put my kids to bed".
The film follows Arthur setting up in the family hardware shop.
No Time To Die, the 25th film in the series, will be Daniel Craig's final outing as James Bond.
A BBC newsreader referred to Booker Prize-winner Bernardine Evaristo as 'another author'.
The ex-Oasis frontman, Haim and the Chemical Brothers will headline the 2020 festival.
The Turner Prize's four-way split follows other recent examples of where awards have been shared.
The four artists nominated for this year's art prize decided to share the award.
A masked mystery villain, a peak inside The Red Room and the Red Guardian - but what does it all mean?
Cadet died in a crash on his way to a gig at Keele University in February.
Get clued up on the Brighton-raised singer who the music industry says is destined for big things.