Footballer-turned-model David Beckham has responded to rumours that he could be the next James Bond.Read the full story ›
The London Open House gets underway today with hundreds of usually private buildings open to the public.
The festival began in 1992 as a way of celebrating London's architecture by allowing people inside for one weekend a year.
Many buildings are free to enter while some more popular ones - including no 10 Downing Street - are limited by a ballot.
As part of marking its 50th anniversary, the BT Tower has opened itself up also through a ballot, allowing 80 people an hour to visit. It was last open to the public in 2011.
Paul Zerdin, who was on UK children's TV and has performed for the Queen, will now get the chance to headline his own Las Vegas show.Read the full story ›
Candid photos of Bruce Forsyth, Joanna Lumley, Joan Collins and a rather saucy snap of Sir Tom Jones feature in a new TV Times exhibition.Read the full story ›
The former X Factor judge was held by police after a collision in north London.Read the full story ›
The Libertines cancelled their gig due to a "medical emergency" involving frontman Pete Doherty.Read the full story ›
Ringo Starr, who claimed today to be the first person to ever take a selfie, said the Beatles never needed to take a 'holiday'.Read the full story ›
Sam Smith has confirmed he will be singing the theme song for the upcoming James Bond film, Spectre.Read the full story ›
Rowan Atkinson slipped back into character for the 25th anniversary of Mr Bean and took his mini for a spin outside Buckingham Palace.Read the full story ›
Witnesses told ITV News a brawl broke out in the crowd after hecklers shouted racist abuse at the 74-year-old soul singer.Read the full story ›