Barbara Windsor was made a dame for her services to charity and entertainment.Read the full story ›
Madonna can bring legal action launched in England over the future of her son Rocco, 15, to an end, a High Court judge has ruled.
The pop megastar was in dispute with ex-husband Guy Richie relating to where their teenager should live.
Judges have heard that Rocco had remained in London with his father after a visit, whilst Madonna wants the teenager to return to live with her in the US.
The judge analysed the latest round of the dispute and was asked to decide whether he should allow English proceedings to draw to a close - or whether he should make decisions about Rocco's welfare.
Mr Justice MacDonald has urged Madonna and Mr Ritchie to try to settle the dispute.
Lawyers have told him that both had outlined proposals for negotiation
More court hearings are expected to be held in New York.
The pink and white striped cat, who starred in a 13-episode BBC series in 1974, has been put on display alongside The Clangers.Read the full story ›
The famed sporting underdog told ITV News that he loves his cartoonish persona - and is expecting a lot more attention after the new biopic.Read the full story ›
The Jermyn Street Theatre believes the technique would stop people getting their phones out.Read the full story ›
Sylvia Anderson - best known as the voice of Lady Penelope in the Television show Thunderbirds - has died at the age of 88.
She co-created the series in 1965 with her late husband Gerry. She died at her home in Bray in Berkshire following a short illness.
"It’s absolutely crazy what happened last night. I’m completely flabbergasted - I'm on cloud nine", said the bride-to-be.Read the full story ›
The BBC has extended Chris Evans' apology over footage showing presenter Matt Le Blanc wheelspinning near the war memorial.Read the full story ›
Wireless is set to return to Finsbury Park in north London for the weekend of July 8-10.Read the full story ›
Exhibitions at London's museums and galleries helped swell the number of visits to UK tourist attractions last year.Read the full story ›