The customised Harley-Davidson Peter Fonda rode in the 1969 cult film Easy Rider is expected to fetch more than £600,000 in an auction in California.
The Captain America chopper is one of the most recognisable motorcycles of all time.
The bike is the only surviving from the four customized choppers created for the film.
Alexander Armstrong has landed the starring role for the return of much-loved cartoon character Danger Mouse.
The comedy actor - who hosts BBC One's Pointless - will be voicing the debonair but diminutive secret agent for his comeback next year, more than two decades after the series ended.
White-clad hero DM, who wore a patch over one eye, was previously voiced by Sir David Jason in the original shows which ran for more than 10 years.
The new CBBC series will also feature the voice of Come Dine With Me, Dave Lamb, who has landed the all-important role of narrator.
Danger Mouse ended in 1992 and his return created a buzz when it was announced in June.
Leonardo DiCaprio has been appointed a UN 'Messenger of Peace' to help promote international action on climate change.
The Hollywood actor joins a number of prominent stars who have been given the role, including Stevie Wonder, George Clooney and Michael Douglas.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon said as well as being "one of the world's leading actors", DiCaprio had a "long-standing commitment to environmental causes".
He founded the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation in 1998 to work on environmental and humanitarian issues.
The Wolf of Wall Street star will address a major UN climate summit in New York next Tuesday.
Apple has introduced a one-button solution for customers angry about having the new U2 album automatically added to their iTunes accounts.
CEO Tim Cook last week announced that all 500 million of the company's iTunes account holders would receive a free copy of the Irish band's new album Songs of Innocence.
However, there was a widespread backlash online following the announcement, prompting Apple to offer an immediate removal of the record.
The page now contains a link to remove the album and the message: "If you would like U2's Songs of Innocence removed from your iTunes music library and iTunes purchases, you can choose to have it removed.
"Once the album has been removed from your account, it will no longer be available for you to redownload as a previous purchase."
Bob Crewe, the co-writer of pop classics such as Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You and Big Girls Don't Cry, has died at the age of 83.
His brother, Dan Crewe, said today that the producer, songwriter and Jersey Boys lyricist died on September 11 in Scarborough, Maine. The cause of death was not given.
The New Jersey-born Crewe co-wrote a number of memorable hits before helping put together The Four Seasons and meeting future collaborator Bob Gaudio.
Songs written by the pair helped the Four Seasons define an era in music with hits like Walk Like a Man, Rag Doll, and Frankie Valli's solo hit Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You.
Former glamour model Katie Price has revealed the unusual name of her latest baby - Bunny.
Price welcomed the new addition with husband Kieran Hayler in August.
Bunny is Price's fifth child and her second child with her third husband Hayler.
The celebrity pair appear to be back together after looking like they were on the brink of splitting up earlier this year when she accused him of having an affair with her best friend, and announced she planned to divorce him.
Price announced the baby's name to OK Magazine.
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Celebrity Big Brother star White Dee has been forced to leave Benefits Street after her children were racially abused.
She took the decision after receiving receiving an increasing amount of trouble from "nut-jobs and idiots," her manager Barry Tomes said.
Dee, whose real name is Deirdre Kelly, is still staying in her terrace house in Birmingham so her seven-year-old son and daughter, 16, can keep attending the same schools.
Mr Tomes said matters came to a head recently when Dee's children, who are mixed race, and her Rastafarian boyfriend were targeted by "internet trolls".
Mr Tomes said: "It just got a bit silly. The abuse has got bigger and bigger.
"She's been getting quite a lot of hateful stuff on Twitter, and it's clearly going to get a lot worse.
"There was the comment online about her kids, which is just vile and not at all acceptable. So, she's decided the family needs a bit of normality."