Released in 1979 and loosely based on The Who's album of the same name, Quadrophenia's coming-of-age tale of a young mod is very much a cult classic.
Rapper Ja Rule - who co-founded the disastrous Fyre Festival - has announced he is re-releasing all his music as "visual albums".
After 10 years of friendship, romance, being on a break, a Vegas marriage and lots more on-again-off-again romance, Ross and Rachel finally got back together in the last ever episode to give Friends fans their happy ending.
Gary Lineker is reportedly volunteering to cut his £1.75m salary after years of controversy over his high pay cheque.
A new Saturday Night Live comedian has been axed from the show before his first appearance after a video emerged of him making "offensive, hurtful and unacceptable" slurs about Chinese people.
Fans of Downton Abbey are being given the chance to stay at the stately home where the TV series is set.
Katie's on holiday so it's left to Stevie and Claire to discuss the new series of Top Boy, Sky's doctor drama Temple and Jesy Nelson's documentary.
Robert Downey Jr is set to don his metal suit once more and reprise the role of Iron Man in the new Black Widow movie.
Prince William was given clothes fit for an assassin after he was presented with pyjamas made for the spy thriller Killing Eve.
Former Doctor Who star Christopher Eccleston has revealed he was battling anorexia while filming the sci-fi series and has contemplated suicide in the past.
A Banksy painting that shows the House of Commons filled with chimpanzees is to go up for auction, where it is expected to fetch up to £2m.
When Ash Ketchum first hit our screens in 1997 in the global hit Pokemon, he says in the theme song: "I wanna be, the very best, like no one ever was."
Ric Ocasek, the frontman of US band The Cars, best known for their 1980s hit single Drive, has died aged 75.
Sylvester Stallone has told Sky News that mental health issues are on the rise because of a lack of opportunities to be physically challenged.
Sir Rod Stewart has revealed he has secretly been fighting prostate cancer for three years.
Ex-England striker Gary Lineker, Countdown presenter Rachel Riley and London mayor Sadiq Khan are among a group of celebrities, politicians and campaigners who have pledged not to publicise the abuse they receive on social media from trolls.
Liam Gallagher will invite his brother to his wedding because their mother told him to, the star has said.
The writer of Peaky Blinders is hoping a film version will be made when the TV series ends.
Activists from the Extinction Rebellion campaign group have glued themselves to the entrance of a key London Fashion Week venue.
Desperate Housewives star Felicity Huffman has been jailed for 14 days for paying to have her daughter's exam answers corrected.