9 September 2014
Rivals in life, two of Britain's greatest painters Turner and Constable, are the subjects of major exhibitions in London.
A special live screening of Billy Elliot the Musical Live tops the UK and Ireland box office taking £1.9m - making it the highest grossing event cinema release.
Radio DJ Neil Fox - known as "Dr Fox" - is arrested in London by police investigating claims of sex offences.
The BBC Trust's editorial standards committee criticises Horrible Histories for giving the impression that Florence Nightingale had been racist.
US author Lionel Shriver has won this year's BBC National Short Story Award for her story Kilifi Creek.
Artworks belonging to former Philippine first lady Imelda Marcos are seized by authorities who claim they were acquired with embezzled state funds.
Cillian Murphy returns to Peaky Blinders and the National Theatre
Annie Lennox tackles jazz from US civil rights era with new album
Liverpool musicians hope to erect tribute to Brian Epstein
St Ives artist Wilhelmina-Barns-Graham's love of Orkney
The new wave of artists offering a fresh view of China
Billy Connolly on sand, kids and cancer
The Doctor will see you now
Kevin Whately, the star of detective series Lewis, wants to do one more series of the long-running drama.
Horizon investigates whether male and female brains are wired differently
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