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Bestselling How To Train Your Dragon author Cressida Cowell has criticised an “obsession with grades” and “literacy modules” in today’s education system.
RuPaul’s Drag Race star Michelle Visage will make her West End debut when she joins the cast of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie.
Broadcasters and ministers have committed to doubling the number of disabled people involved in television by 2020 to make the industry “more inclusive”.
An eight-week-old puppy found dumped with its legs tied together and left in a handbag dangling from a charity shop door “could easily have died”, the RSPCA has said.
The search for the UK’s entry for next year’s Eurovision Song Contest in Israel has begun with an official panel now ready to consider songs submitted by the public.
Former Hollyoaks star Joe Tracini fought back tears as he discussed his battle with depression and talked about how he nearly took his own life.
Queer Eye star Jonathan Van Ness turned heads when he wore a striking sheer Prada blouse to the Emmys on Monday.
Adele has revealed how important Lauryn Hill has been as a musical influence and praised her solo album as “an honest representation of love and life”.
The creators of Sesame Street have said the show’s characters Bert and Ernie “were created to be best friends” after denying the duo are a gay couple.
Denis Norden has been described as “the gentlest of gentlemen” after his death at the age of 96.
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Jack Black took aim at Donald Trump as he was honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
British teenager Courtney Hadwin was described as a “superstar in the making” following her performance in the America’s Got Talent final.
Denis Norden was best known as the host of long-running out-takes show It’ll Be Alright On The Night but had previously come to prominence as a successful scriptwriter.
TV presenter and comedy writer Denis Norden has died aged 96, his family said.
A “hungover” Jessica Biel ate cake for breakfast after partying at the Emmys.
Jessica Simpson has announced she is expecting her third child.
Actress Anna Friel has said she hopes that her new drama programme can help change perceptions about transgender children in the same way that her lesbian kiss on Brookside did for all-female couples.
The way social media impacts young people’s mental health needs to be better understood, according to new research by the Centre for Mental Health.
Claire Foy said she refused to wear a padded bra for her latest film role in the sequel to The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.
Actor James Van Der Beek has praised award-winning director and screenwriter Ryan Murphy for his work in promoting diversity in the US television industry.
Danez Smith has become the youngest writer to win the best collection prize at the Forward Prizes for Poetry.
The latest episode of The Great British Bake Off saw all the remaining contestants live to bake another day as none were sent home.
The organisation behind US children’s television series Sesame Street has denied that two of the show’s characters Bert and Ernie are gay, after one of the show’s writers said they were a couple.
The personal archive of British author and journalist George Orwell have been formally inscribed to the prestigious Unesco Memory Of The World International Register.
Media minister Jeremy Wright has said he will not rule out a levy on tech giants to fund responsible journalism.
One Direction singer Harry Styles has been photographed cradling farm animals for a new campaign for fashion house Gucci.
The head of the UK’s broadcasting regulator has said the internet is a “lottery” for child safety.
The boss of Channel 4 has said moving hundreds of staff outside London to new premises around the country will better represent Britain after Brexit.
Big Brother creators have not given away which UK channel might be next to take on the show, but said the reality series is still a global success.
Noel Edmonds has launched an astonishing attack on the Archbishop of Canterbury, branding him a “reincarnation of evil” for failing to meet with HBOS fraud victims and investing in Lloyds Banking Group.
Amazon has assured British broadcasters it is “not trying to take over” TV audiences in the UK.