Claire Foy and Matt Smith will star in a socially-distanced play on stage in an empty Old Vic theatre.
Geri Horner will offer tips on creative writing, Tim Peake will discuss the science of space rockets, Ed Balls will teach history and Heston Blumenthal will give cookery tips when famous faces swap their day jobs to become supply teachers for a new BBC show.
Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande dance through a rainstorm of flying daggers in the music video for their collaboration Rain On Me.
Kate Garraway has said she “couldn’t be prouder” of how her children have coped with the “horrific” two months since their father fell ill with coronavirus.
Kate Thornton has said that therapy saved her from a life of “body dysmorphia and dysfunctional eating”.
Frankie Bridge has said she is struggling to find time for “date night” with her husband Wayne during lockdown.
The Brit Awards’ charity has made a £30,000 donation to support an organisation which provides mental health and addiction services to people in the music industry.
Flagship channel BBC One will attempt to increase its appeal to lower-income households, the broadcaster has said.
Roger Waters has accused his former bandmate David Gilmour of banning him from using Pink Floyd’s website to promote his work.
Sir Lenny Henry has said that, as a young man, some girls would not dance with him because he was “a black guy”.
Normal People star Paul Mescal has joked the neck chain he wore throughout the acclaimed series “will always be more popular than I am”.
A Bob Dylan manuscript featuring handwritten lyrics from the revered singer has been sold at auction for £37,500, more than double the pre-sale estimate.
Coronation Street’s much-loved duos are being resurrected on Royal Mail stamps.
Seinfeld star Jason Alexander has remembered his on-screen father Jerry Stiller as “a great actor, a great man, a lovely friend” after his death at the age of 92.
Katy Perry has shared a video of an ultrasound scan, appearing to show her unborn daughter giving her the “middle finger”.
Ben Stiller has paid tribute to his father, actor and comedian Jerry Stiller, after his death at the age of 92.
Actor and comedian Jerry Stiller – the father of Ben Stiller – has died aged 92.
Spice Girl Melanie Chisholm and singer-songwriter KT Tunstall will perform sets from their bathrooms to raise money for WaterAid.
Captain Tom Moore has been awarded a gold Blue Peter badge for his fundraising efforts for the NHS.
Ant and Dec have paid tribute to NHS staff and frontline workers in the battle with coronavirus at the opening of the NHS Nightingale Hospital North East.
Comedy star Romesh Ranganathan said he was mortified when bosses of his BBC show sent a man to sort out his garage.
Former footballer John Fashanu said he has no regrets following his exit from Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins.
Megan Thee Stallion has said she cried the day her collaboration with Beyonce was released.
Boy George says he was too “engaged chemically” to take part in Live Aid.
Stephen Fry and footballer Troy Deeney have signed up to the BBC’s education efforts.
A battered bowler hat from the James Bond film Goldfinger has been valued at up to £30,000 on the Antiques Roadshow.
Actor Eddie Marsan has tackled the challenge of appearing in a new TV series while in lockdown by recruiting his family as film crew and performers.
Sir Michael Palin has encouraged people to embrace learning about their own country in the future as the coronavirus pandemic restricts foreign travel.
Holly Willoughby has confirmed that she has quit Celebrity Juice, saying “all good things must come to an end”.
The BBC said it is hoping to resume filming on soaps including EastEnders “as soon as possible”.