A prestigious African-American college discontinues a professorship funded by US comedian Bill Cosby, following claims he assaulted several women.
American comedian Bill Cosby admitted trying to pay women to keep quiet after having sex with them, in testimony found by the New York Times.
Spectre, the next James Bond film, will have its world premiere on the same day as its release across the UK and Ireland on 26 October, Sony Pictures announces.
Game of Thrones leads the charge at the Emmy TV awards in the US with 24 nominations.
The government is set to launch a "root-and-branch" review of the BBC, as the corporation heads towards charter renewal in 2016.
Atticus Finch, the crusading lawyer of To Kill a Mockingbird, has emerged as "a bigot" in Harper Lee's eagerly awaited 1950s novel Go Set a Watchman.
Star Wars actor Harrison Ford shows the force is strong as he makes his first public appearance since being injured in a plane crash in March.
Jerry Weintraub - the Hollywood producer of the Karate Kid and Ocean's Eleven films - dies in California aged 77, US media say.
The chancellor is planning to announce in Wednesday's Budget that the BBC will have to meet the cost of free TV licences for over-75s, BBC News understands.
US actress and model Diana Douglas, the first wife of actor Kirk Douglas and mother of Michael Douglas, has died aged 92, her family says.
Broadcaster Sir Michael Parkinson confirms he has been given an all-clear by doctors after two years of treatment for prostate cancer.
The Royal Opera House's production of William Tell, which was booed on its opening night because of a nude rape scene, is given a 15 certificate for cinema screenings.
Manchester's Whitworth is named Museum of the Year 2015 following a £15m redevelopment that led to record visitor numbers.
Former Blue Peter presenter John Noakes is found after going missing from his home in Majorca
Reviews for Jeremy Clarkson's final episode of Top Gear are divided over whether the programme was at its best or past its prime.