Robin Gibb, the composer & pop star, who lives at Thame, Oxfordshire is fighting for his life after contracting a chest infection.
ITV's new four-part drama about the sinking of the Titanic begins on Sunday.
A two month expedition has produced some of the most detailed images of the Titanic on the sea bed.
Bee Gees star Robin Gibb remains in a coma after contracting pneumonia in his battle against cancer. The 62-year-old singer's family have been keeping vigil at his bedside at a hospital in London. They are understood to include his wife Dwina, brother Barry, and his children.
Sir Bruce Forsyth has signed up to go on stage at this year's Hop Farm Music Festival in Kent. The veteran entertainer is performing with his big band at the event in Paddock Wood.
Its organiser Vince Powell says he's especially honoured as Sir Bruce has not only never played at a festival, he's never even been to a festival. Bob Dylan is also booked to play.
The operator of the official Titanic Memorial Cruise from Southampton has reported a surge in bookings following the first episode of Julian Fellowes' mini-series on ITV.
The operator had nearly 6,000 hits to its website in the few hours during and immediately after the screening on Sunday night.
The most expensive TV drama ever made, Titanic, takes to our screens on Sunday night on ITV1. It tells the story of the ship's journey from Southampton to the fateful night she struck an iceberg. We have been meeting members of the cast.
In the second of Meridian Tonight's special reports on the new ITV Titanic drama the cast explain what the story means to them. See more in Meridian Tonight at 6.