NEWS: BBC ENTERTAINMENT & ARTS
Setup News Ticker
   NEWS: BBC ENTERTAINMENT & ARTS
BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 14, 2019

Rembrandt theft foiled at Dulwich Picture Gallery
Police and security at Dulwich Picture Gallery secured two paintings but the intruder got away.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 14, 2019

YouTube star Nikki Lilly to be given BAFTA Special Award
The 15-year-old charity campaigner will become the youngest ever recipient of the BAFTA Special Award.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 14, 2019

YouTuber Nikki Lilly: 'Ugly is such a thrown-around word'
YouTube star Nikki Lilly on not hating the haters, being yourself and her Bafta "highest honour".

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 14, 2019

Cynthia Erivo on playing abolitionist Harriet Tubman
The biographical portrait of Harriet Tubman will be shown in cinemas later this month.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 14, 2019

WhatsApp refugee author leaves island 'prison'
Behrouz Boochani was held on Manus Island for six years, after trying to claim asylum in Australia.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 14, 2019

Rylan raises more than £1m with 24-hour Children In Need karaoke feat
The presenter is recovering from his marathon singing challenge in aid of Children In Need.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 13, 2019

Leonardo da Vinci goes 'immersive' at London's National Gallery
The Virgin of the Rocks is being presented as a digital experience at London's National Gallery.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 13, 2019

Emilia Clarke and Emma Thompson on Last Christmas and reading reviews
The actress discusses her film Last Christmas and why it's "just not helpful" to read her reviews.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 13, 2019

Botticelli masterpiece rediscovered in Cardiff
The 400-year-old painting made its way from the studio of the Florentine master to Cardiff.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 13, 2019

Kodak Black: Rapper sentenced to nearly four years in prison
The hip-hop star, who had a number one album in the US last December, admitted weapon charges.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 13, 2019

Actor killed by bus in Rickmansworth 'crossed without looking'
Jane Hayward suffered serious injuries and died at the scene of the crash, an inquest hears.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 13, 2019

I am railing: Sir Rod Stewart reveals his epic model railway city
The star has released 13 studio albums and been on 19 tours in the time it has taken him to build.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 13, 2019

Strictly Come Dancing: Michelle Visage 'upset' at rift reports
The RuPaul's Drag Race star says dancing partner Giovanni Pernice is her "rock".

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 13, 2019

Niall Tóibín, actor and comedian, dies aged 89
The Irish screen star appeared in films and TV series including Ryan's Daughter and Ballykissangel.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 13, 2019

BBC MOTDx's Craig Mitch apologises for Liverpool comments
MOTDx pundit Craig Mitch used a swearword to describe the city in a YouTube video.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 13, 2019

Blackpink are the first K-pop band to join YouTube's 'billion views club'
The video for Ddu-Du Ddu-Du makes them the first K-pop group to join the billion views club.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 13, 2019

Charlie's Angels: What did the critics think?
The verdict is in for Elizabeth Banks's latest action film in the Charlie's Angels franchise.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 13, 2019

Sir Lenny Henry criticises offensive Bournemouth theatre poster
The theatre has apologised and says it has since removed the artwork from the dressing room.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 13, 2019

Ulster Museum to host BP Portrait exhibition despite climate fears
The Scottish National Portrait Gallery says it will no longer show the BP Portrait Award exhibition.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 13, 2019

US singer Summer Walker cancels gigs due to social anxiety
The US singer has said finishing her tour doesn't coexist with her "introverted personality".

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 13, 2019

Rylan raises £845,000 with 24-hour Children In Need karaoke feat
The presenter is recovering from his marathon singing challenge in aid of Children In Need.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 13, 2019

Rylan raises £928,000 with 24-hour Children In Need karaoke feat
The presenter is recovering from his marathon singing challenge in aid of Children In Need.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 13, 2019

Rylan raises £968,000 with 24-hour Children In Need karaoke feat
The presenter is recovering from his marathon singing challenge in aid of Children In Need.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 13, 2019

One-off Friends TV reunion on the cards - but it won't be a reboot
An unscripted show featuring all six Friends is reportedly in the pipeline, but it won't be a reboot.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 13, 2019

General election 2019: Is grime still for Jeremy Corbyn?
MCs came out in support of the Labour leader in 2017 but there's near silence from artists this time around.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 12, 2019

Modest fashion: 'I feel confident and comfortable'
Fashion bloggers are covering up and sales of modest clothes are up in high street stores.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 12, 2019

Le Mans '66: Christian Bale and Matt Damon reveal truth behind Hollywood auditions
Christian Bale and Matt Damon on fighting for roles, as they team up in new movie Le Mans '66.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 12, 2019

Mel B: 'Miscommunication' led to Tesco advert complaint
The singer says she had expected a women's charity to feature more prominently in a supermarket ad.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 12, 2019

Young singers to turn gang violence story into opera
Ali, 15, is among 700 children set to perform at the Royal Albert Hall.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 12, 2019

Rylan Clark-Neal is reliving his X Factor days as he takes on a singing marathon.
Presenter Rylan Clark-Neal is taking on his biggest challenge to date. A 24-hour karaoke challenge for Children in Need.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 12, 2019

What is replacing the Jeremy Kyle Show on ITV?
It was dropped after the death of a guest who had taken a lie detector test on the show.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 12, 2019

Marvel boss responds to Scorsese 'theme park' comments
Kevin Feige says his claims that superhero films are "not cinema" are "unfortunate" and "not true".

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 12, 2019

Chinese teapot valued at £1k sells at auction for £1m
The rare teapot bears the mark of the sixth emperor of the Qing dynasty.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 12, 2019

Stop right now: Mel B advert pulled by Tesco after singer complains
Supermarket says it had permission to use a Mel B image but pulled an ad because she was unhappy.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 12, 2019

MOBO Awards: Ceremony to return in 2020 after two years off
The MOBOs have taken the last two years off but will return next year with the "most memorable" show.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 12, 2019

I'm A Celebrity 2019: Caitlyn Jenner and Nadine Coyle among stars heading into jungle
From former footballers to presenters and pop stars, here's the 10 celebs heading into the jungle.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 11, 2019

'OK boomer': Abigail Disney tells those offended to 'sit down'
Abigail Disney hits out at fellow baby boomers offended by the phrase, saying they should "sit down".

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 11, 2019

Poland reacts angrily to Netflix Nazi death camp documentary
The prime minister asks Netflix to make changes to a map shown in The Devil Next Door.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 11, 2019

Neil Young says US citizenship 'delayed over marijuana'
The Canadian singer, who lives in California, says he has been told to prove "moral character".

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 11, 2019

Hugh Grant and Guy Ritchie recreate fathers' Army picture
Hugh Grant and Guy Ritchie pose as their fathers did during Army service 65 years ago.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 11, 2019

Scottish gallery to pull BP Portrait Award exhibition from 2020
The Scottish National Portrait Gallery says it wants "to address the climate emergency".

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 11, 2019

Roman Polanski denies new 'violent' rape claim
The film director threatens to sue after a fresh allegation from a former French actress.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 11, 2019

Joker: How it became the most profitable comic book film ever
The comic book film has now made more than 15 times what it cost to make at the global box office.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 11, 2019

BBC apologises for using wrong Remembrance Sunday clip
BBC says a production mistake led to BBC Breakfast showing footage of Boris Johnson laying a wreath in 2016.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 11, 2019

BBC apologises for using wrong Remembrance Day clip
BBC says a production mistake led to BBC Breakfast showing footage of Boris Johnson laying a wreath in 2016.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 11, 2019

The biggest moments from the People's Choice Awards
It was a big night for Hollywood's women

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 11, 2019

People's Choice Awards: How a fan's One Direction fantasy won a top film prize
After, which is based on a piece of One Direction fan fiction, beat several major Hollywood titles.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 11, 2019

Steve McQueen's Year 3 children exhibition unveiled at Tate
The Oscar-winning filmmaker and artist and his team photographed more than 75,000 Year 3 children.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 10, 2019

'Cardboard box heads transformed my confidence'
Entertainer Graham Beck's stage show props have helped him tackle his confidence issues.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 10, 2019

Woody Allen settles $68m lawsuit with Amazon over movie deal
The director signed a four-film deal, but Amazon Studios withdrew after his comments about #MeToo.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 10, 2019

KSI v Logan Paul 2: KSI wins on split decision in Youtubers' contest
British Youtuber KSI beats Logan Paul on a split decision at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 09, 2019

Collard: Soul singer on sex, spirituality and 'looking up to oddballs'
The London soul singer talks about his Mormon upbringing and why he's proud to be an oddball.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 09, 2019

Sesame Street at 50: Five defining moments
From puppets in Congress to play-based learning in war zones, here are some of the biggest milestones.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 08, 2019

Remembrance Sunday: Actors 'wage peace' in 24-hour theatre marathon
Miranda Richardson and Toby Jones will take part in a marathon performance for Remembrance Sunday.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 08, 2019

Remembrance Sunday: Actors to 'wage peace' in 24-hour theatre marathon
Miranda Richardson and Toby Jones will take part in a marathon performance for Remembrance Sunday.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 08, 2019

Berlin Wall: 'Germany was first re-united on the dancefloor'
Berliners recall how illegal raves helped reunite their city and country after the fall of the wall.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 08, 2019

Berlin Wall: 'Germany was first reunited on the dancefloor'
Berliners recall how illegal raves helped reunite their city and country after the fall of the wall.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 08, 2019

Ella Henderson returns: 'My teenage life was mental'
The former X Factor star returns with her first new solo material in five years.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 08, 2019

Middlesbrough venue boss resigns over Roy Chubby Brown homecoming
The head of Middlesbrough Town Hall resigns in protest at the mayor lifting a ban on the comedian.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 08, 2019

Frozen 2: 'An epic, dangerous adventure into an enchanted forest'
The BBC caught up with Kristen Bell, the voice of Princess Anna, and her co-stars at the world premiere in Los Angeles.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 08, 2019

Tazeen Ahmad: Award-winning journalist and presenter dies at 48
Tributes are paid to Tazeen Ahmad, "one of the most gifted journalists of her generation".

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 08, 2019

Disney streaming service UK launch date confirmed
The UK gets the streaming service at the same time as other key European territories, Disney says.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 08, 2019

Emmerdale recast Ellis Chapman role after Asan N'Jie awards clash
ITV announces replacement for Asan N'Jie who was sacked in September following a brawl.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 08, 2019

The Prodigy star Keith Flint's possessions sell for £347k
Gold discs, awards and a nose piercing belonging to the late Prodigy star were also auctioned.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 07, 2019

How Phoebe Waller-Bridge is 'spicing up' James Bond
The Fleabag star on bringing 007 into the #MeToo era and the pressures she felt as a young actress.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 07, 2019

Chris Brown's clothes sale leaves fans angry
Hundreds were left waiting for designer discounts at the singer's LA house.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 07, 2019

Children in Need boss 'saddened' by charity album's chart exclusion
A charity album featuring Jodie Whittaker and Olivia Colman is removed from the main UK album chart.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 07, 2019

Jean-Michel Jarre launches 'infinite album'
The "godfather of electronic music" has created a piece of music that will live on after his death.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 07, 2019

BBC's Hanna Yusuf up for posthumous journalism award
Yusuf, who died in September at the age of 27, is nominated for the British Journalism Awards.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 07, 2019

Samira Ahmed's BBC equal pay tribunal ends: Who said what?
Judgment is reserved in the case over equal pay, and the outcome will be published at a later date.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 07, 2019

James Dean CGI 'casting' angers Avengers star Chris Evans
The Avengers' Chris Evans says plans for a CGI version of the long-dead actor in a film are "awful".

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 07, 2019

London Piccadilly Theatre ceiling collapses on audience
Screaming was heard as the ceiling collapsed about 20 minutes into a performance.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 07, 2019

BritBox: UK broadcasters enter the streaming wars as new service launches
BritBox will feature shows like McMafia, Love Island, Victoria, Wolf Hall and Gavin & Stacey.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 06, 2019

What is Collins Dictionary's 2019 word of the year?
Woke, upcycling, femtech and prorogue were all hotly tipped - but what was chosen to sum up 2019?

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 06, 2019

RuPaul's Drag Race UK: BBC to make season 2
A new season of the BBC Three drag queen reality show will be broadcast in 2020.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 06, 2019

Adèle Haenel MeToo moment shocks French cinema
Prosecutors open an inquiry after Adèle Haenel says she was sexually harassed as a girl by a director.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 06, 2019

KSI vs Logan Paul 2: The YouTube boxing rematch worth millions of dollars
The two YouTubers are expected to bag millions of dollars for their boxing rematch.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 06, 2019

Piccadilly Theatre: Ceiling collapses, injuring audience members
Screaming was heard as the ceiling collapsed about 20 minutes into a performance.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 06, 2019

Caitlyn Jenner talks transitioning and winning Olympic gold
The transgender celebrity campaigner on the challenge of transitioning and winning an Olympic medal.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 06, 2019

Piccadilly Theatre: Wendell Pierce apologises for roof collapse
Wendell Pierce, who stars in Death of a Salesman, told the evacuated audience to "turn to your loved ones and go to the pub".

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 06, 2019

Fight to save Manchester venue where Bee Gees first sang
Fans of the Bee Gees want to buy the former cinema in Manchester where the band made its debut.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 06, 2019

Ex-Weinstein assistant: 'I was a slow boiling frog'
Two former assistants to film producer Harvey Weinstein speak to Newsnight about his alleged behaviour.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 06, 2019

Actress Catherine Deneuve suffers mild stroke
The family of the 76-year-old French film star say she will need some time to recover.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 06, 2019

Actress Catherine Deneuve suffers 'mild stroke'
The family of the French film star say she will need some time to recover.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 06, 2019

It's The End of the F****** World again, and TV critics feel fine
Critics say the dark comedy, made by Channel 4, has "almost lived up to the electric first season".

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 06, 2019

Woke, prorogue, cancelled? What might be 2019's word of the year?
Gyles Brandreth and Susie Dent, who host a language podcast, discuss their favourite words of 2019.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 06, 2019

Woke, prorogue, cancelled? Word of the year 2019 to be revealed
Gyles Brandreth and Susie Dent, who host a language podcast, discuss their favourite words of 2019.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 06, 2019

Family who fled Nazis lend collection of mini carvings to Austria
The de Waal family came to Britain in 1939 and now they may take up the offer of Austrian nationality.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 06, 2019

Spinal Tap settle soundtrack dispute with Universal Music
The fictional comedy rockers claimed they were denied payments from entertainment group Vivendi.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 06, 2019

George Michael: Upbeat new song premieres on Radio 2
The previously unreleased track, This Is How (We Want You To Get High), is played on BBC Radio 2.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 06, 2019

Dua Lipa: 'Social media a breeding ground for hate'
The pop star tells BBC Breakfast why we should all "be nicer to one another" online from now on.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 05, 2019

Death of a Salesman: How Arthur Miller's play was 'turned on its head'
Wendell Pierce and Sharon D Clarke on making Arthur Miller's play with an African-American family.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 05, 2019

Death of a Salesman: How Arthur Miller's play was was 'turned on its head'
Wendell Pierce and Sharon D Clarke on making Arthur Miller's play with an African-American family.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 05, 2019

Why Flea's memoir ends as the Red Hot Chili Peppers begin
The bassist explains why his autobiography is more of a coming of age story than a rock memoir.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 05, 2019

Dua Lipa: 'Sometimes I look for things I don't want to see'
The singer, 24, addresses the anxiety that can come from reading faceless comments on social media.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 05, 2019

Taylor Wessing Prize: 'Sensitive' mother pictures win over judges
American artist Pat Martin scoops the £15,000 photographic award for his 'tough' but moving images.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 05, 2019

100 'most inspiring' novels revealed by BBC Arts
Pride and Prejudice and Bridget Jones are on a list of top page-turners selected by a BBC-led panel.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 05, 2019

Phoebe Eclair-Powell: 'I can only write about what makes me angry'
The winner of Europe's top playwriting prize is Jenny Eclair's daughter and also writes for Hollyoaks.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 05, 2019

National Portrait Gallery to close for three years
Its art will tour the UK while the London gallery is being redeveloped.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Nov 05, 2019

The Crown: Critics welcome 'confident' series three
Reviewers praise the acting and beautiful staging but feel the storytelling needs a polish.

  • CEOExpress
  • 1 Boston Place | Suite 2600
    Boston MA 02108
  • 617 482 1200
    617 299 8649 (fax)
  • Contact
  • As an Amazon Associate
    CEOExpress earns from
    qualifying purchases.

©1999-2019 CEOExpress Company LLC