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More Car Share? 'Never say never', says Sian

Sian Gibson says "never say never" when asked if the finale of Peter Kay's Car Share is really goodbye.

Coronation Street and Emmerdale: Soap stars deal with traumatic plots

Jack P Shepherd and Emma Atkins on the "dark places" they have to go to for challenging scenes.

Katy Perry slams Meghan's wedding dress

The pop star says she preferred the Duchess of Cambridge's dress from the 2011 royal wedding.

Royal Wedding 2018: The story behind Stand By Me

The history and meaning of the 'civil rights anthem' sung by the Kingdom Choir at the royal wedding.

Barack and Michelle Obama to make TV and films for Netflix

The power couple "will produce a diverse mix of content" for the streaming service.

Iconic Hollywood film poster creator Bill Gold dies

Bill Gold had a hand in over 2,000 posters, including those for Casablanca and A Clockwork Orange.

The Handmaid's Tale: Series 2 is 'a harrowing showstopper'

As the second series airs on Channel 4, critics and fans are taken aback by the brutal scenes.

BBC presenter Rachael Bland reveals 'incurable' cancer

Cancer blogger Rachael Bland says she is now a 'lab rat', as her hopes rest on clinical trials.

A Very English Scandal: What the critics thought

The BBC dramatisation of the Thorpe scandal sees Hugh Grant as 'revelatory' in his role playing Jeremy Thorpe.

Billboard Awards 2018: Chrissy Teigen teases John Legend for attending

The model teased her husband on Twitter for performing at the event, days after the birth of their son.

Hugh Grant to marry for the first time

Paddington 2 and Four Weddings star Hugh Grant is to marry his partner Anna Eberstein.

Janet Jackson rails against domestic abuse

"Women will no longer be controlled or abused," says the star as she accepts the Billboard Icon award.

Harvey Weinstein accuser points finger at Cannes

Asia Argento warns members of the Cannes audience who she says "covered up for his crimes".

Bono and Ed Sheeran in Manchester attack concert call

The father of Saffie Roussos asks Bono and Ed Sheeran to organise a "modern-day Live Aid".

Jameela Jamil was told she was 'too ethnic' to make it in the US

The British presenter-turned-actress talks about body image, equal pay and the #MeToo movement.

Billboard Awards 2018: Kelly Clarkson's plea over Texas school shooting

The host demands change rather than "moments of silence" during the ceremony where Ed Sheeran was the big winner.

Radio 2 heads to Ibiza

The BBC's biggest radio station is heading to the Balearic Isles to relive the dance hits of the 80s.

Gender inequality: Stars tell world leaders poverty is sexist

Lena Dunham, Oprah Winfrey and others say leaders are "on notice" to use their power for women.

Hard-hitting speeches at Billboard Music Awards

Kelly Clarkson, Janet Jackson and Luis Fonsi discussed some serious issues.

Lost photos of an old New York summer

Almost 3,000 newly-discovered photos show New Yorkers having fun during the city's darkest days.

Royal wedding 2018: Royalty of the celebrity world arrive

Guests including David and Victoria Beckham, as well as George and Amal Clooney, have arrived.

Upcoming Star Wars movie was part-filmed in Hampshire

Parts of the upcoming instalment in the franchise were filmed at Fawley Power Station in Hampshire.

Royal wedding: First dance?

What song should the Royals have for their first wedding dance?

Why shouldn't a man dance a Rumba with a man?

Meet the pioneers of same-sex ballroom dancing in the UK.

Whitney Houston was 'sexually abused', film claims

The documentary alleges that Houston's cousin, Dee Dee Warwick, abused her as a child.

Cannes 2018: Jane Fonda talks #MeToo, Grace and Frankie and HBO documentary

The star says Hollywood's harassment scandal erupted because complainants were "famous and white".

'Torturous' Lars von Trier film sparks outrage

Film critics walk out of controversial director Lars von Trier's violent serial killer screening in Cannes.

Beano joins in Meghan and Harry wedding celebrations

Royal wedding reception mayhem ensues in a special satire strip to mark Saturday's nuptials.

David Hockney painting's $28.5m sale smashes his auction record

A Californian landscape fetches $28.5m - more than double the artist's previous auction record.

Royal wedding 2018: The story behind the music

The moving pieces of music Harry and Meghan chose for their ceremony.

The 8 best dressed guests at the wedding

Our pick of the outfits guests wore to the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Royal wedding 2018: Meghan Markle's Givenchy dress in detail

Meghan Markle's wedding dress is designed by Givenchy artistic director Clare Waight Keller

Cannes 2018: Japanese indie Shoplifters wins Palme d'Or

Runner-up to the coveted prize for best film was Spike Lee's anti-racism satire BlacKkKlansman.

13 Reasons Why: Season two is 'unnecessary', critics say

The second series premiered on Netflix on Friday.

How grime 'saved' UK rap

The record label boss who signed Wiley and Adele says "no-one cared" about UK rap before grime.

Harry Potter actor Alfred Enoch on playing Mark Rothko's assistant in Red

Alfred Enoch is getting to grips with paints and canvases every night on a West End stage.

Georgia seeks to put itself on movie map

The most recent film to have been shot there is a fake news comedy starring Katherine Parkinson.

How Channel 4's Humans was 'relevant in advance'

Gemma Chan and Emily Berrington on the return of Channel 4's Humans.



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