Coronation Street Executive Producer Kieran Roberts is leaving after 16 years with the show and nearly 34 years with ITV.Read the full story ›
Singer Simon Webbe tells Caroline Whitmore about his new album 'Smile'Read the full story ›
Events are going on across Liverpool today to mark what would have been John Lennon's 77th birthday.
The former Beatle, musician, and peace campaigner was shot dead in New York in 1980.
He enrolled a student at Liverpool's School of Art and Design 60 years ago from where today's festivities are being focused.
Ashley Banjo, with a cast member of Disney On Ice, hosted a special event at a Manchester dance studio today for some very lucky children.Read the full story ›
In a star-studded event last night, Manchester-born Daniel Kokotajlo was announced as the winner of the prestigious IWC Bursary Award.
The Bursary Award is given in recognition of outstanding British talent and is designed to support a writer and /or director at the beginning of their career, bringing them the financial stability and time needed to develop their creativity.
At £50,000 the Bursary is the most significant of its kind in the UK film industry.
Luminaries from the worlds of film, music, fashion and culture joined forces to celebrate another year of outstanding film and honoured emerging British talent.
Many high-profile celebrities were in attendance to kick off the 61st London Film Festival with Michelle Dockery, Patrick Stewart, Baz Luhrman and Wes Anderson all walking the red carpet at London’s Guildhall.
Coronation Street legend Julie Goodyear MBE - is to be given the freedom of the borough of Rochdale. Miss Goodyear – who appeared in Britain’s most famous and best-loved soap for over 25 years – is a long-time resident of Rochdale, and is being given the honour in recognition of her contribution to the arts and entertainment.
Ex-Spice Girl Melanie Chisholm says she was lucky to "survive" after eating nothing but fruit and vegetables for years.Read the full story ›
Dusty Springfield remains one of the most successful British female singers of all time - and now her story has been turned into a stage musical.
'Son of a Preacher Man' is currently playing in Manchester and includes many of her other hits too, like 'I only want to be with you' and 'You don't have to say you love me'.
Our entertainment correspondent Caroline Whitmoremet the cast at Manchester's Palace Theatre:
A couple of weeks ago we saw Take That surprise fans at the Opera House in Manchester at the world premiere of their brand new musical the Band.
Well last night they took to the stage again - with some of their celebrity friends - for official opening night.
The five members of the group who star in the musical were discovered on TV talent show Let it shine hosted by Graham Norton. He was at the opening night along with a host of other stars and rubbing shoulders with them all was Our Entertainment Correspondent Caroline Whitmore.
Isle of Man-born actress Samantha Barks will star in the Broadway version of the hit 1990s film 'Pretty Woman'.Read the full story ›