A coffee stall has been snapped up by the Museum of London after serving customers for more than 100 years.
Emmerdale actor Mark Jordon “lost his temper” and bit a man following a row in a beer garden about his daughter, a court has heard.
Naomi Campbell was among those paying tribute as Jean Paul Gaultier bid farewell to the fashion world with his final catwalk show.
The National Gallery has finally raised the last £2 million needed to buy a painting dating from the 17th century – more than 20 years after its first attempt.
A 15-year-old girl said she is willing to apologise to opera singer Katherine Jenkins after she mugged her on a London street before a carol concert.
Disney On Ice has skated into Aberdeen's P&J Live this week with its sensational 100 Years of Magic celebration.
A musical version of cult 1980s film Back To The Future will premiere in Manchester in 2020 before transferring to London’s West End.
Next year’s Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival will be out of this world as it takes on a sci-fi theme, it has been revealed.
Organisers of one of the Highlands' newest festivals have announced it will return next year.
Avengers: Endgame has crossed the two billion dollar (£1.5 billion) mark at the global box office in record time, one of five movies to ever reach that mark.
A 15th century manuscript for hermits may be lost to the British public unless funds can be raised to prevent it being sold abroad.
Barry Jenkins has paid tribute to Spike Lee after the veteran filmmaker received his first best director Oscar nomination.
Dame Julie Andrews will revisit the highs and lows of her Hollywood heyday during a one-off live event at London’s Royal Festival Hall.
Regina King has praised the #MeToo movement for helping women “find their voice”.
The final big Belladrum push was on last night as final preparations were put in place for the 14th Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival.
Organisers of a new Doric competition are preparing to reveal the winners at a special awards ceremony next month.
Gary Barlow has praised Diana, Princess of Wales as an “amazing woman” on the 22nd anniversary of her death.
Olivia Newton-John has told of her pride in her British ancestry as she is made a dame in the New Year Honours.
Zoe Ball has shed more than three quarters of a million listeners on her BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show over the past three months, new research shows.
Shane Richie has told of his fears over Dame Barbara Windsor’s decline with Alzheimer’s disease and how she may not recognise him in the future.
Daniel Craig has said he feared he was not physically capable of returning to the Bond franchise to make his final movie as the spy.
A sketch of a bearded man, owned by the Royal Collection, has been “identified” as Leonardo da Vinci.
British actors Richard Madden and Taron Egerton were among the high-profile figures honoured at the GQ Men Of The Year awards.
Former Emmerdale star Leah Bracknell has died three years after being diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer.
Maleficent director Joachim Ronning has said that every parent’s “biggest fear” – their child leaving home – formed the basis for his Mistress of Evil sequel.
Britain’s KSI has won his six-round cruiserweight bout against fellow YouTube personality Logan Paul in Los Angeles.
EastEnders fans were left fearing for Phil Mitchell after his son appeared to try to kill him in hospital.
Jake Gyllenhaal said it was the “alchemy” he has with his co-star that drew him back to the West End for the first time in 18 years.
Nicholas Parsons missed a recording of his Just A Minute radio show for the second time in more than 50 years due to a back problem.
Two teams of celebrities will face off at a football match which will raise money to help a three-year-old boy with a rare form of cancer.
An important pre-trial hearing in Harvey Weinstein’s sex assault case could be held in secret if a judge rules against news organisations fighting to keep the courtroom open.
Maxine Peake is returning to the National Theatre to star in new play The Welkin.