Bruce Forsyth is to join the BBC to present a new quiz show which will go out in the New Year.
Didn't They Do Well is billed as a weekly "TV quiz where the contestants don't need to know anything about TV".
Contestants must answer questions about topics from politics to the arts, with the answers coming from archive TV footage.
"I'm excited to be doing this show, and I'm looking forward to working for the BBC again," Forsyth said.
Connery settles movie fraud row
Sean Connery has agreed to an "amicable resolution" to a long-running $17m (£10.8m) fraud lawsuit he brought against the producers of his film End Game.
The actor, 73, withdrew his lawsuit against Mandalay pictures on Wednesday.
The settlement dismisses Connery's claim of fraud, and Mandalay's counter-suit and "withdrawal of all allegations of fraud".
Connery sued a year ago, alleging that Mandalay had fraudulently said they were in a position to finance the film, and accused them of "an
attempt to hold themselves out to the entertainment industry as a
viable production company".
Knopfler ready for concert return
Guitarist Mark Knopfler is set to perform for the first
time since a motorbike crash in March this year.
The former Dire Straits front man had to cancel a tour following the
accident, in which he suffered a broken collar bone and six broken
He has now been added to the line-up for a concert by Bill Wyman's Rhythm
Kings at the Royal Albert Hall in London on 12 November.
Selleck set for war role
Actor Tom Selleck is to play wartime US president Dwight Eisenhower in a TV movie to mark 60 years since the D-Day landings in Normandy.
Work on the film, Eisenhower: Thunder In June, is progressing quickly so it can be broadcast in the spring.
A&E network executive Bob DeBitetto admitted Selleck was not an obvious choice to play the general.
"It's a character piece, and Selleck has the acting chops to bring out the complexity of the man," he said.
Reagans row over drama
A row is growing in the US over a mini-series about the life and times of Ronald and Nancy Reagan.
Right-wing commentators and pressure groups are accusing CBS of treating the former president and first lady unfairly in the drama.
One group has called for advertisers to boycott the network if it does not pull The Reagans, due to air next month.
But CBS chairman Leslie Moonves said the finished film would "present a fair picture of the Reagans".
Urinetown flushed out of home
New York stage hit Urinetown is looking for a new home after being evicted from its Broadway theatre.
The play, about a city where people pay to use the toilet, will have to leave the Henry Miller Theatre, which is being demolished, in February.
Urinetown was only meant to run for six months when it opened there two years ago, but has stayed ever since.
Now it is hunting for a new home, but producer Michael Rego said: "Broadway's filled right now."
Russian film-maker Klimov dies
Elem Klimov, a Soviet-era film-maker known
for his films about the ravages of war, has died
at the age of 70.
Klimov died in a Moscow hospital on Sunday after lying ill for several days, the Russian Itar-Tass news agency said.
Klimov began his career in the 1960s, satirising Communist rule. He gained international acclaim for
his 1985 war drama Come and See, which
chronicled the destruction of villages and
slaughter of Belarusians by Nazis.
Born in 1933 in Stalingrad, Klimov studied at the Moscow
Aviation Institute and went on to graduate from the State
Institute of Cinematography in 1964.