Classical home listening: Falla from Mexico City, Elgar from BerlinThe Orchestra of the Americas is on sizzling form, while Daniel Barenboim celebrates 70 years of concert life with another great Elgar recording
Piers Morgan responded to a joke his Good Morning Britain replacement Sean Fletcher made about his weight by boasting of his own GMB viewing ratings
Cold Feet star James Nesbitt has paid a touching tribute to his dad, James Nesbitt Snr, who has died at the age of 91
Miley Cyrus speaks about split from ex-husband Liam Hemsworth and opens up about her sexuality in candid podcast appearance
'I feel like I'm failing at life': the terrible plight of music event staff. The pandemic has shut down concert tours – and with them go thousands of jobs in sound, lighting, catering and more. As the industry lobbies the government, road crews tell their stories
A rendition of Space Oddity is to be transmitted to astronauts on the International Space Station from the Mull of Kintyre music festival.
Jenna Ellis, a senior adviser to US President Donald Trump, said vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris 'sounds like Marge Simpson'.
Shirley Manson thinks back to the summer she became a star and shudders. As frontwoman of Garbage, the flame-haired Scot seemed perfect for the job of rock celebrity: she was striking, formidable and smart. But the musician reflects on her band’s early days with fresh clarity. “It was very challenging,” she recalls from her home in Los Angeles, of the time she joined the band and changed the course of rock music forever. “I keep expecting that my feelings about that period are going to change with time. But they haven’t.”“The more time passes,” she continues, “the more I realise how much stress I was under. I wasn’t really aware of it at the time other than that I felt uncomfortable. Now, with the passing of 25 years, I realise I was really under immense strain.”
Burna Boy: Twice as Tall review – fun and fury from Nigerian pop polymath(Atlantic) By rooting modern production in traditional melody, and drawing on various musical styles while staying true to African pop, Burna Boy defines multilayered black identity