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Poland reacts angrily to Netflix Nazi death camp documentary The prime minister asks Netflix to make changes to a map shown in The Devil Next Door.


'OK boomer': Abigail Disney tells those offended to 'sit down' Abigail Disney hits out at fellow baby boomers offended by the phrase, saying they should "sit down".


Scottish gallery to pull BP Portrait Award exhibition from 2020 The Scottish National Portrait Gallery says it wants "to address the climate emergency".


BBC apologises for using wrong Remembrance Sunday clip BBC says a production mistake led to BBC Breakfast showing footage of Boris Johnson laying a wreath in 2016.


People's Choice Awards: How a fan's One Direction fantasy won a top film prize After, which is based on a piece of One Direction fan fiction, beat several major Hollywood titles.


Neil Young says US citizenship 'delayed over marijuana' The Canadian singer, who lives in California, says he has been told to prove "moral character".


Hugh Grant and Guy Ritchie recreate fathers' Army picture Hugh Grant and Guy Ritchie pose as their fathers did during Army service 65 years ago.


Roman Polanski denies new 'violent' rape claim The film director threatens to sue after a fresh allegation from a former French actress.


Woody Allen settles $68m lawsuit with Amazon over movie deal The director signed a four-film deal, but Amazon Studios withdrew after his comments about #MeToo.


Joker: How it became the most profitable comic book film ever The comic book film has now made more than 15 times what it cost to make at the global box office.


Collard: Soul singer on sex, spirituality and 'looking up to oddballs' The London soul singer talks about his Mormon upbringing and why he's proud to be an oddball.


Sesame Street at 50: Five defining moments From puppets in Congress to play-based learning in war zones, here are some of the biggest milestones.


The biggest moments from the People's Choice Awards It was a big night for Hollywood's women


Berlin Wall: 'Germany was first reunited on the dancefloor' Berliners recall how illegal raves helped reunite their city and country after the fall of the wall.


How Phoebe Waller-Bridge is 'spicing up' James Bond The Fleabag star on bringing 007 into the #MeToo era and the pressures she felt as a young actress.


Ella Henderson returns: 'My teenage life was mental' The former X Factor star returns with her first new solo material in five years.


Steve McQueen's Year 3 children exhibition unveiled at Tate The Oscar-winning filmmaker and artist and his team photographed more than 75,000 Year 3 children.


'Cardboard box heads transformed my confidence' Entertainer Graham Beck's stage show props have helped him tackle his confidence issues.


Frozen 2: 'An epic, dangerous adventure into an enchanted forest' The BBC caught up with Kristen Bell, the voice of Princess Anna, and her co-stars at the world premiere in Los Angeles.


Chris Brown's clothes sale leaves fans angry Hundreds were left waiting for designer discounts at the singer's LA house.


Piccadilly Theatre: Wendell Pierce apologises for roof collapse Wendell Pierce, who stars in Death of a Salesman, told the evacuated audience to "turn to your loved ones and go to the pub".


Caitlyn Jenner talks transitioning and winning Olympic gold The transgender celebrity campaigner on the challenge of transitioning and winning an Olympic medal.