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Picasso drawing used in graphene art
Artist Cornelia Parker teams up with a scientist to turn fragments of drawings by Picasso and Constable into a work for Manchester's Whitworth gallery.
Keith and Crawford receive honours
Actress Penelope Keith is joined by Michael Crawford as the pair receive their honours from the Queen at Windsor Castle
Washington set for Grey's Anatomy
Actor Isaiah Washington is to return to US medical drama Grey's Anatomy, seven years after he was fired from the show after using a gay slur.
Branagh's Macbeth wins theatre awards
Sir Kenneth Branagh's visceral version of Macbeth wins three prizes at the Manchester Theatre Awards.
Tartt and Atwood vie for book award
Margaret Atwood, Donna Tartt and Booker winner Eleanor Catton are among the novelists longlisted for this year's Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction.
Radio 1 extends all-female line-up
A female-only weekend on the BBC station is extended to 39 hours on air to celebrate International Women's Day.
Goodness Gracious Me back in one-off
The stars of British Asian sketch show Goodness Gracious Me are reuniting for a one-off episode to help celebrate 50 years of comedy on BBC Two.
Trespasser in Justin Bieber's home
A woman was found sleeping in the bedroom of the house the singer rents in Atlanta.
Chichester season opens with Amadeus
Chichester Festival Theatre will reopen after a £22m refurbishment with a new production of Peter Shaffer's Amadeus, starring Rupert Everett as Salieri.
BBC One to get £30m from Three closure
BBC One drama is to receive a £30m boost from the closure of BBC Three as a TV channel, director general Tony Hall announces.
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The Stag stars set for Late Late Show
Amy Huberman and her The Stag co-stars join Ryan Tubridy on The Late Late Show tonight and there'll be a performance from actress and musician Judith Owen.
Donncha O'Callaghan for Saturday Night Show
This week on The Saturday Night Show rugby star Donncha O'Callaghan will chat to Brendan O'Connor about life on and off the field.
St Patrick's Day video clips for parade sought
Coco Television are looking for Irish people around the world to record video messages to be included in this year's St. Patrick's Day Festival Parade on RTÉ One.
Sean Penn presents human rights award in Dublin
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty star Sean Penn handed out a human rights award at a very special ceremony in Dublin City Hall this morning.
Penny Dreadful creator hails Ireland
With shooting on the SHOWTIME/Sky Atlantic Victorian psychological thriller series Penny Dreadful set to finish next week, the show's creator and executive producer, John Logan, has described Ireland as "a truly inspirational place to film".
Mark McCabe to present National Chart Show on 2fm
Mark McCabe is to present The National Chart Show at 8:00pm on RTÉ 2fm every Friday night, with the show debuting tonight, March 7.
New Friday night 2fm show for Cormac Battle
Cormac Battle is to present a weekly rock, indie and dance show at 10:00pm on RTÉ 2fm on Friday nights, beginning tonight, March 7.
Ellie Goulding never expected to be a singer
Ellie Goulding has described her career as a rollercoaster and said she never knew she would be a professional singer.
Kodaline working with Harry Styles
Kodaline have revealed that One Direction's Harry Styles is working with them on a new song in Los Angeles at the moment.
Film Review: The Stag
The new Irish comedy The Stag is now in cinemas. Harry Guerin finds out whether you'd have more fun handcuffed to a wheelie bin.
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Lohan: My troubles are in the past
Lindsay Lohan says her legal issues are "in the past".
Penn praises Pakistani women's group with Frontline Defenders Award
Actor Sean Penn has led tributes to a Pakistani women's group which has been recognised at a ceremony in Dublin today.
Are J-Law's stumbles a bit of an act? wonders Leto
Jared Leto wonders if Jennifer Lawrence's haphazard ways are a "bit of an act".
Is this the boy Jackson wrote Billie Jean about?
It is understood an album of unreleased music by Michael Jackson will be out by the end of April.
Kutcher and Kunis engaged 'for a couple of weeks'
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have been engaged for "a couple of weeks".
VIDEO: Cowell 'born to be a dad'; already planning more kids
Less than a month after becoming a dad, Simon Cowell says he was "born to be a dad" and is already thinking about having more kids.
Spiderman Garfield takes Batkid to Disneyland after Oscars disappointment
Andrew Garfield treated Batkid to a day at Disneyland on Monday.
Angelina to have more surgery
Angelina Jolie hasn't completed her preventative cancer surgery.
Miley and Katy trade barbs over gig snog
Miley Cyrus has slammed Katy Perry on Twitter.
Penn in Dublin to give human rights award
Hollywood star Sean Penn is in Dublin today to hand out a human rights award.
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