Navigate by Big Zuu review – an affable but bland concoction. (Eon Entertainment)The rapper’s debut album feels like just another brand extension, complete with his own BBQ sauce
The 'Underworld' actor said she isn't a big fan of either traditional dating or the modern world of apps.
Julia Goulding and Sally Ann Matthews found a way to pass the time while filming in the 'Corrie' water tank.
Elton John: The Lockdown Sessions review – Elton as bejewelled curator. (EMI) This album of collaborations with everyone from Stevie Wonder to Nicki Minaj is by nature disjointed – but fun
The radio host faced criticism for his remarks about the teenage Strictly Come Dancing contestant.
Ugo Monye defended his co-star Tilly Ramsay and said both Oti Mabuse and Judi Love have been targeted by trolls.
‘I’m addicted a bit to saying what I think’: Self Esteem and Lucy Prebble in conversation. The musician and screenwriter became friends after ducking out of a play together four years ago. Here they discuss finding your voice as a female artist, the power of saying no, and the appeal of Twitter
Frightened Rabbit’s 2008 album was given the Scottish Modern Classic award, prompting tributes to frontman Scott Hutchison who died in 2018.
Lana Del Rey: Blue Banisters review – a star looking to her legacy. (Polydor)The singer’s eighth album feels familiar, but also pushes at the edges of her usual themes
Made in Chelsea's Jamie Laing has said he is only friends with Spencer Matthews because he finds him both irritating and interesting at the same time.
The BBC Breakfast presenter is paired up with professional dancer Nadiya Bychkova on the show.
Joel Souza said Halyna Hutchins was ‘kind, vibrant, incredibly talented, fought for every inch and always pushed me to be better’.
Buffalo Nichols: Buffalo Nichols review – urgent, steeped-in-tradition blues. (Fat Possum)The Texas-based singer-songwriter’s juggles the personal and the political on his compelling debut
The week in classical: Oxford Lieder festival; Colin Currie Group premieres Steve Reich. Various venues, Oxford; Royal Festival Hall, LondonAbsolutely nothing is off-limits as Oxford’s fearless festival of song hits 20. And Steve Reich at 85 explores the road less travelled