Lauren Bannon from Weymouth has sung herself into the final of ITV's The Voice with her rendition of "In the Air Tonight" by Phil CollinsRead the full story ›
The advertising watchdog has told four major secondary ticketing websites they are breaking the law by failing to show added fees in prices.Read the full story ›
A Bristol artist made an impression on the Oscars red carpet - although not in person.
A shirt being worn by James Ivory is one of Andrew Mania's creations. It was seen by millions as he picked up the award for best adapted screenplay for 'Call Me By Your Name'.
The 89-year-old film-maker - best known for A Room With A View and Howard's End - contacted the artist directly after seeing another of his designs.
It features Timothee Chalamet, one of the stars of 'Call Me By Your Name'.
It's lucky 14 for Torquay cinematographer Roger Deakins who has won an Academy Award after being nominated 14 timesRead the full story ›
The six year old girl is the lead in the film which picked up the gong for 'Best Live Action Short Film' at the 90th Academy Awards.Read the full story ›
Actor Richard E Grant has praised nurses at Stroud Hospital for the way they treated him after he was hit on the head by a metal bar. The Withnail And I star - who has a home in Gloucestershire - also posted a photo of himself on Twitter saying he was covering the wound with a 'Peaky Blinders' style cap.
THANK YOU for all the kind messages of support.Wearing a cover-up cap till I’m Peaky Blinder better! https://t.co/YVsG5c7zM6
68-year-old Roger Deakins, who's from Torquay, has won the British Academy film award for his work on the Sci-fi sequel Blade Runner 2049Read the full story ›
One of Bristol's most popular music venues is closing today as the owners of the building are redeveloping the site.Read the full story ›
A painting in Hull by the world famous, but highly elusive street artist Banksy, has already been defaced.
Crowds have been lining up over the weekend to see the artwork which appeared on a bridge. But it didn't take long before cleaners were called to remove graffiti.
Oasis have revealed the story behind the single cover Roll With It from 1995. The image was captured in Weston-super-Mare, the day before they played at the Glastonbury festival.
Photographer Brian Cannon, who has created some of the most iconic album covers of the modern indie age, shot the photograph on a blisteringly hot Summer's day.
Taking to the band's Twitter page, Brian recalls the funny looks they received whilst filming as the Wonderwall singers were all dressed in duffle coats.
This was shot on Weston Super Mare beach in Somerset. Oasis were playing Glastonbury the following day so we had to find a location within striking distance. It was red hot & the band were sat in duffle coats, much to the interest of hundreds of onlookers.