From The Royal Variety Performance to the Jungle. After trawling the shops, relax and find out what's on this weekend.
Want to brave the cold? Head to the cinema for Disney's latest flick, Frozen - a must watch family film this Christmas!
3rd December 1927
Putting Pants on Philip is released.
Putting Pants of Philip was a landmark film, the first film to feature the comedy double act Laurel and Hardy as an official team.
In the film Hardy plays Pompous J. Piedmont Mumblethunder who greets his nephew, played by Laurel, from Scotland who arrives in a kilt. He is immediately taken to a tailor for a pair of proper pants.
2nd December 2013
Google marks the 90th anniversary of the birth of Greek soprano, Maria Callas.
Today's Google Doodle celebrates the 90th birthday of the late Maria Callas. The illustration shows the influential opera singer performing in an auditorium.
29th November 2010
Pierre Le Guennec reveals hidden collection of previously unseen work by Picasso.
Many of us dream of uncovering a cave of wonders, discovering a pearl within a fresh oyster, or maybe just finding a tenner on the floor? To be sitting on a fortune of over £50 million is beyond what most could imagine.
On November 29th 2010 a French retired electrician revealed he had 271 previously unseen pieces of art done by Picasso himself. Pierre Le Guennec claimed the famous artist gifted him with the vast amount of art after he had been visiting Picasso’s various homes around the country to install burglar systems.
28th November 1992
Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You" rockets to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
The late, great Whitney Houston's Billboard Hot 100 chart history is legendary!
Her iconic single from "The Bodyguard" soundtrack spent a staggering 14 weeks on top of it and became the longest running No. 1 single in history.
It's almost December, Christmas lights are turning on everywhere and Hyde Park's Winter Wonderland is opening this weekend! Feeling the Christmas spirit yet... or just feeling the cold? Plan your weekend whether you're in or out with this week's What's On.
I Can Haz Spanish?
I'm cat crazy about this new mobile app that can help you learn languages with the help of cat memes.
27th November 1969
Janis Joplin joins Tina Turner on stage at Madison Garden.
Janis Joplin, known for her powerful, blues-inspired vocals, was in fact a huge fan of Tina Turner and made no secret of her appreciation of her.
During a 1969 interview on the Dick Cavett Show, Janis was asked who she goes to see when she wants to see a good concert and her reply was “Tina Turner. Fantastic singer, fantastic dancer, fantastic show.”
26th November 2013
Rita Ora celebrates her 23rd birthday.
British singer-songwriter Rita Ora, known for hits “R.I.P.” and “How We Do (Party),” turns 23 today.
Last week Rita was rushed into hospital when she collapsed while shooting an ad campaign for Madonna's Material Girl clothing line.
25th November 1952
Agatha Christie's "The Mousetrap" opens in London.
Last year The Mousetrap celebrated its 60th anniversary and marked its 25,000th performance with a star-studded one off performance featuring Hugh Bonneville, Patrick Stewart, Julie Walters and Miranda Hart.