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Al James was with the group from its inception in 1973 until he retired more than 30 years later.
Once one of the BBC's best known personalities, he introduced the first TV news bulletin in 1954.
The couple have both referenced marriage on Instagram, just months after getting engaged.
The pioneer BBC newsreader who also fronted a host of classical music programmes.
Dwayne Johnson hit the weights at a Doncaster gym during a break from filming his latest blockbuster.
The judges change in cupboards, the physio works in the disabled toilet and the props won't fit through the doors.
President Donald Trump awarded the star and six other recipients the Medal of Freedom.
The two-time Oscar-winner wrote All the President's Men, The Princess Bride and many other films.
Jonathan Franzen's list of top tips for aspiring writers have prompted online responses from authors.
The comedian has had to postpone stand up dates to get treatment for hyperemesis gravidarum.
The US actor says it is "surreal" to learn parts of California have been destroyed in wildfires.
The price of Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures) is the highest for a living artist.
It's not been confirmed how the actress and model, who had three children with US rapper Diddy, died.
Actor Jeff Goldblum, who has released a jazz album describes how his three-year-old son Charlie reacts when he…
The singer told Radio 1's Nick Grimshaw that she's been getting help for the past year for anxiety.
Jasmine Thompson was commissioned by the Royal Shakespeare Company 'to attract diverse audiences'.
The actress will not reclaim a multi-million dollar payout, despite winning a defamation case.
Jeff Kinney says he feels "a huge responsibility to encourage literacy".
Welcome to Chinese cinema's biggest night: The Golden Horse Awards.
Cerith Wyn Evans' giant glass instrument wins the Hepworth Prize for Sculpture.
Sir Billy was speaking as he unveiled his latest collection of drawings in Glasgow.
He will be the first UK rapper and grime artist to headline the festival.
A comedy about a learning-disabled child has just ended on BBC Four. Its writer, Shaun Pye, meets William Kremer,…
Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh got married at a plush Italian resort later on Wednesday.
How an album of demos ended up challenging Ash and Snow Patrol for the Northern Ireland Music Prize.
Researchers say the news "added lustre" to Michelangelo's reputation as a "supreme creative genius".
Hundreds of BBC presenters could be asked to repay tax, a new spending watchdog report finds.
Sci-fi fans will have to wait until 1 January to see Jodie Whittaker's festive special.
Big Little Lies author Liane Moriarty's new novel has already been snapped up by a Hollywood star.
The action hero's creator Lee Child finally admits Tom Cruise was too short.
Tony Hall says "anonymous threats" made against journalists online are "quite frankly disgraceful".
Her death leaves twin sister Teddie as the sole surviving member of the popular vocal harmony group.
Hollywood scales down its red carpets out of respect to those suffering in California.
The comic book creator's daughter says a new character, Dirt Man, was in the works before his death.
BBC presenter's husband gives his first interview after she died from breast cancer in September.
The cast of the E4 sitcom will reunite for a two-hour celebration and tribute programme.
The singer on his inner geek, why he still rates The X Factor and *that* incident in Selfridges.
The popular comedian says she is suffering from burnout after eight years on the platform.
"Legend" John Wilson presented a popular fishing programme from the 1980s until 2002.
Viewers share their experiences of watching Peter Jackson's much-praised film, They Shall Not Grow Old.
The Quireboys' "lock-up" in Bedford was targeted while they were playing shows in Europe.
Through Spider-Man, the X-Men and others, the godfather of comic books inspired positive change.
ITV confirms the 10 names heading to the jungle in Australia - from soap stars to a football boss.
Fellow presenter Paddy McGuinness jokes that the cost will come out of the show's catering budget.
The music boss says the band members are the "hardest working bunch of girls" he's ever worked with.
Many fans say the new look Pikachu is "grotesque" and "disgusting".
The Notting Hill actor joins Gavin and Stacey and Broadchurch stars in calling for change.
Last year's glitterball winner describes his intense year as he prepares to take to the stage.
The company behind TV's Poldark and Victoria buys the rights to a book about Sir Philip Green.
Lee, the brains behind Spider-Man, Black Panther and X-Men, has died in California, his family says.
The actor's partner, Amy Dowden, appeared on It Takes Two alone following the pair's elimination.
The rapper says a "whole race is being criminalised" and condemns the use of stop and search.
LA band Threatin booked a tour promising hundreds of people would attend - but no-one showed up.
Dido announces a 27-date world tour alongside the release of her first album for five years.
Woody and Buzz are back in the first Toy Story 4 trailer, alongside a spork having an identity crisis.
The supernatural drama is voted the best show of 2018, despite having been cancelled in June.
Gerard Butler and Miley Cyrus's houses and the Westworld set are razed by the California fires.
Canadian actor Douglas Rain voiced the chilling computer in the landmark sci-fi film.
The reality TV star is one of several celebrities affected by wildfires in California.
The case of the Norfolk farmer who shot two burglars is recreated using actual police transcripts.
The Our Girl star admits putting off cervical cancer screening but tells women it was not painful.
Glastonbury co-organiser, Emily Eavis, says there's going to be a big "British artist" headlining on the Friday…
The end of six years of a "British" Transformers story, and the new fans it made along the way.
Billie Marten talks about dealing with depression and the life lessons she has learned at the age of 19.
The poems of Violet Nicolson, who published under a man's name, were hugely popular.
Briony Williams was one of 12 contestants on this year's, The Great British Bake Off, but what did she really…
"It's trashy and visceral," says Giles Martin after remixing The Beatles' longest, most confounding album.
Public hunger to see what was happening on the frontline changed newsreel coverage but how much of these early…
The bassist says memories associated with a collection of instruments and memorabilia are tarnished.
The show's producer says the popular drama is safe following the death of a location scout in Mexico.
The actor will criss-cross the country with 'a mixture of anecdote and acting' tailored to each venue.
JK Rowling's second Fantastic Beasts film earns praise but is criticised for "overburdened plot".
Tom Hiddleston will reprise his role for Disney's new streaming service.
The Star Wars and Black Panther stars join forces for a love story.
Netflix and Warner Brothers face a $50m lawsuit by the group over a statue of goat deity Baphomet.
A BTS member has caused controversy in Japan after wearing a shirt depicting an atomic bomb.
CBeebies Bedtime Stories isn't just doing it for the kids any more.
McDowell played at ELO's first concert and briefly joined Wizzard with Roy Wood.
Letitia Wright and Florence Pugh are also on Hollywood Reporter's Next Gen Talent list.
The TV presenter and former X Factor contestant Rylan Clark-Neal will host a new Saturday afternoon show.
Big names such as Halsey, DJ Target and Bastille tell Newsbeat how emerging talent gets noticed.
Cranston says he doesn't yet know if his character Walter White will feature in Vince Gilligan's movie.
The actor says the time is ripe to risk going on tour and challenge audiences with an 18th Century play about…
The singer, 23, says his generation is "pretty stupid", and he doesn't think much of guitar bands either.
Taylor Swift's Senate candidate lost in the mid-terms but her impact on politics may still be felt.
The Leave.EU founder says he has been "bumped" from BBC show, amid controversy over recent TV appearances.
The Sherlock star "comes into his own" in The Madness of George III, according to critics.
The former Girls Aloud singer opens up in her first interview since her split with Liam Payne.
And fellow actress Sarah Gordy becomes the first woman with Down's syndrome to be made an MBE.
Brighton band Architects say their guitarist Tom, who died in 2016, is still part of their music.
The record-breaker did not let deafness stop her being a pioneer both in racing and on screen.
The writer says he will not work for people who "oppress" him because it's "freedom or death".
Director Kirill Serebrennikov goes on trial in a case supporters say is designed to silence artists.
The Harry Potter author claims the ex-employee used her money to fund shopping sprees for luxury goods.
The White Stripes star is "disappointed" that two female fans were banned from kissing at his show.
The girl group hint that the six dates announced this week will not be their only gigs this summer.
Sir David's new series Dynasties explores the issues faced by species such as penguins and tigers.
There are a mix of musical heavyweights and new names up for the Welsh Music Prize later.
The star has called for a diversity drive, saying it's "not enough to have more people in EastEnders".
Government's 'social prescribing' plans include concert trips and arts classes for patients.
A study suggests children from poorer families are being priced out of learning musical instruments.
An emotional Emma Willis hosted the final episode of the long-running reality TV show.
The Australian actress says she "neglected to show the proper respect" to other plus-sized women.
Former politician Ann Widdecombe joins five other Strictly alumnae on this year's festive special.
As the long-running reality show draws to an end, look back at all 18 non-celebrity winners.
The star died from an accidental overdose involving cocaine, fentanyl and alcohol, a coroner says.
French journalist Philippe Lançon makes his first public appearance since the 2015 attack in Paris.
The iconic girl group unveil their first tour for a decade - but it will be without Posh.
Philip Banks promotes programmes such as The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon from his studio in a small Scottish…
They're officially back to spice up your lives... but what do two superfans think of the set-up?
The star fails to attend a preliminary hearing about the financial settlement for his divorce.
Grande has just dropped her new song Thank U, Next, which mentions four of her exes.
Council expected to meet bulk of £20m increase in cost of £130m Factory arts venue.
Nicki Minaj, Janet Jackson, Panic! At the Disco and and Marshmello also pick up awards.
Works from 10 artists have been selected for a new exhibition about distorted self perception.
The Australian actress had claimed to be the "first-ever plus-sized girl" to be a romcom lead.
The band, back with their seventh studio album, are in a mood to divulge some secrets.
The show apologised after viewers said some of the performances sounded warped.