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Barnardo’s is warning parents of the signs of sexual exploitation as the abuse storyline between Emmerdale’s Maya and Jacob deepens.
London’s Horniman Museum, Manchester Museum and Tullie House in Carlisle are among 35 museums and galleries to receive portions of a £4 million grant.
Olympic swimming champion Ryan Lochte and Lindsay Lohan’s mother are among the contestants due to take part in the US version of Celebrity Big Brother.
Katy Perry made a rare public statement about her boyfriend Orlando Bloom on the actor’s birthday.
Lin-Manuel Miranda is reprising his lead role in the hit musical Hamilton to start a two-week run in Puerto Rico expected to raise thousands of dollars for artists and cultural groups struggling in the wake of Hurricane Maria.
Performers from Cirque du Soleil have taken to the arena at the Royal Albert Hall for a dress rehearsal of their show Totem, which gets under way on Saturday.
Zoe Ball believes she will be “very nervous” for her first day presenting the BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show.
Vanessa Redgrave has teamed up with daughter Joely Richardson for a movie version of Henry James novella The Aspern Papers.
James McAvoy has said he based one of the multiple personalities he portrays in his latest film on actress Saoirse Ronan.
Australian actor Craig McLachlan has been charged with eight counts of indecent assault and one count of common assault after being accused of sexual misconduct by three women who worked with him in a stage musical.
Zoe Ball has dismissed the idea she landed the Radio 2 Breakfast Show because of her gender.
Reese Witherspoon has said she grew “sick” of the struggle faced by actresses in Hollywood, and of often being the only female lead in a film.
The new Mary Queen Of Scots movie offers a great opportunity for Scotland’s tourism sector, the Culture Secretary has said.
A US judge has dismissed Ashley Judd’s sexual harassment claim against Hollywood film producer Harvey Weinstein.
The Duchess of Sussex’s patronage of the National Theatre comes just months after its director admitted that having Royal in its title was not always useful.
Vincent van Gogh’s Sunflowers will be seen in Japan for the first time, as it is displayed in the country along with other paintings from the National Gallery.
Gwyneth Paltrow has said her ex-husband Chris Martin joined her and her new husband Brad Falchuk on their honeymoon.
Coronation Street viewers turned on Nick Tilsley after it was revealed he was apparently the one who stole his grandmother Audrey Roberts’s savings.
Director M Night Shyamalan has said the support of movie stars Bruce Willis and Samuel L Jackson helped to launch his career.
James McAvoy has claimed modern society draws comfort from superheroes in a way people once did with gods.
Glass stars Samuel L Jackson, Sarah Paulson and James McAvoy dazzled in shades of purple at the film’s premiere in London.
Hollywood actor Colin Farrell has said he is finally content after years as a “pisshead druggie”.
Bradley Cooper has said it is “insane” that his film A Star Is Born has been nominated for seven Baftas.
Zoe Ball has said she only has “vague memories” of her Radio 1 days because the 90s were so “wild”.
Claire Foy has said she will share her supporting actress Bafta nomination with the woman she portrayed in First Man, Janet Armstrong, and her family.
Kevin Hart has said he is “over” talking about whether or not he will host the Oscars.
Sara Cox has said that Zoe Ball did not land the BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show role just because “she’s got fallopian tubes”, while hailing more women taking centre stage in broadcasting.
Viola Davis could make history at this year’s Baftas.
The director of The Favourite has paid tribute to the trio of star actresses in the film following its 12 nominations in this year’s British Academy Film Awards.
A Fiji Water brand ambassador became an online sensation at the Golden Globes on Sunday after repeatedly sneaking into the background of photos as Hollywood royalty showed off their awards attire.
Dame Pippa Harris has said the “revulsion” felt in the British film industry towards allegations of bullying and misconduct should lead to greater vigilance over abuse.
Only one woman has ever won the Bafta film award for best director – and that is not going to change in 2019.