Mr Busy will lead a tour of the city's attractions, including Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square and the Tower of London.Read the full story ›
James Bond buffs last night had a view to a thrill as they grabbed a chance to watch 007 stunts being filmed in London.Read the full story ›
George Clooney will greet fans on Sunday afternoon as he attends the London premiere of his latest film Tomorrowland: A World Beyond.
One of Hollywood's biggest names, Clooney will be joined on the red carpet by British actor Hugh Laurie, who plays the villain in the Disney movie, and their young co-stars Britt Robertson and Raffey Cassidy.
The sci-fi adventure, directed by Brad Bird, was inspired by the futuristic land at the Disney theme parks and Walt Disney's optimistic vision of a utopian future.
Tomorrowland: A World Beyond is released in UK cinemas on 22nd May.
The seven-bedroom home has many of the original features from JM Barries day. It is on sale in Kensington.Read the full story ›
Islington-born actress Emily Watson described receiving an OBE as "absolutely amazing".
The twice-Oscar nominated actress said she was overwhelmed by the experience of being awarded the honour by the Prince of Wales during a Buckingham Palace investiture.
The ceremony was staged by chance as her latest film A Royal Night Out - about Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret's evening with the crowds on VE Day in 1945 - went on general release.
Speaking afterwards she said it was: "Absolutely amazing, thrilling - I feel a little bit overwhelmed, actually."
Claudia Winkleman has described how her young daughter "went up like a birthday candle" when her Halloween fancy dress costume set alight.Read the full story ›
Robbie Williams wants to give his home a makeover. But his neighbour, Jimmy Page, is desperately trying to stop him.Read the full story ›
The actress surprised everyone - not least herself - when she picked up the BAFTA for leading actress at London's Theatre Royal last night.Read the full story ›
X Factor winner Matt Cardle has announced he's heading to London's West End, where he'll join the cast of Memphis: The Musical.
Cardle will be taking over from Killian Donnelly to play radio DJ "Huey Calhoun" from 6th July.
He joins a stellar cast that also boasts singer Beverley Knight in the role of Felicia Farrell.
He said: "From the first time I saw the show I felt I had a real connection with the character of Huey. It's no secret that I worked for many years before my breakthrough as a musician.
"I started my first band when I was 12 years old and spent at least 15 years recording albums and sending demos to record companies before finally having my voice heard."
Once a power station, now an art gallery, Tate Modern has turned 15.Read the full story ›