27/04/2010

Laura Maxwell on SNP legal action against the BBC over its exclusion from Thursday's Prime Ministerial Debate.

George Sampson was 14 years old when he triumphed in the final of Britain's Got Talent. He's now making his big screen debut in a new street dance film, alongside fellow BGT acts Diversity and Flawless. So will Street Dance 3D help expand the appeal to a wider audience? He tells Phil all about it.

Spotify has announced changes which allow users to share music via social networking sites - in one of the biggest shake ups to the music streaming service since it launched. BBC technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones and music consultant Erik Nielsen assess the implications.

Status Quo front man Francis Rossi has notched up over 100 million record sales over a career spanning more than four decades. One Step At A Time is his first solo album in 14 years. He thinks it's the best thing he's ever done, and tells Phil why.

Idris Elba, who plays Stringer Bell in The Wire, is the star of the major new BBC detective series Luther - he tells Colin Paterson what viewers can expect.

Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe on the team's promotion to League One.

Plus, TV reviews with Boyd Hilton and the Independent's James Rampton, along with Marc Wootton of BBC3's La La Land. This week's programmes: Five Daughters (BBC 1), Glee (E4), La La Land, and Autistic Driving School (BBC3).

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