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PM: I won't meet 1.7bn EU demand
David Cameron insists the UK will not pay 1.7bn demanded by the EU - but Commission president Jose Manuel Barroso says the bill should not have come as a surprise.
Asda faces mass action on equal pay
Asda, the UK's second largest retailer, is facing a mass legal action over equal pay by women who work in their stores.
'Millions of Ebola vaccines' in 2015
Millions of doses of experimental Ebola vaccines will be produced by the end of 2015, the World Health Organization has announced.
Russia 'helped Yanukovych to flee'
Vladimir Putin says for the first time that Russia helped Ukraine's ex-President Viktor Yanukovych to flee after he was ousted in February.
Egypt: Sinai 'bomb' kills 26 troops
A suspected jihadist car bomb attack kills at least 26 Egyptian soldiers in Sinai, Egyptian officials say, in one of deadliest incidents there.
NY axe attack: Islamist link probed
Police in New York investigate whether a man who attacked two officers with an axe before being shot dead was linked to Islamist extremism.
Jade coroner calls for dog licences
A coroner criticises dangerous dog laws and calls for dog licences to be reintroduced after 14-year-old Jade Anderson was savaged to death.
GDP rises by 0.7% in third quarter
The economy expanded at a slower pace in in the three months to 30 September following a 0.9% rise in the second quarter, the ONS said.
Briton in Thai cosmetic surgery death
A British woman understood to have gone to Thailand for cosmetic surgery has died in an operation, Thai officials say.
Ashya's family 'unsafe for UK return'
The family of Ashya King say they will not yet return to the UK following his treatment in Prague as they do not feel safe to do so.
Plaid 'could hold balance of power'
Plaid Cymru MPs could help decide who takes power after next year's general election, party leader Leanne Wood tells its conference.
PC jailed for partner's stab death
A "paranoid and controlling" former policeman is jailed for at least 28 years for killing his partner, who was stabbed 81 times.
VIDEO: Speed racing on city ring-road
Coventry is to become the first city in the UK to stage competitive motor-sport on public roads.
VIDEO: Gorilla gets 'Bake Off' birthday cake
A gorilla with a fondness for pink celebrated her 40th birthday at London Zoo on Thursday with a colourful gourmet parsnip, potato and carrot cake.
VIDEO: Police spy 'was paid to love me'
The Metropolitan Police is to pay more than 400,000 to a woman whose child was fathered by a man who she did not know was an undercover police officer.
VIDEO: 'Do you think I lack imagination?'
Russell Brand speaks to Newsnight about his "alternative to corporate hegemony".
VIDEO: Phones off to mark Jewish Sabbath
The global Jewish community is being encouraged to observe the Sabbath a little more strictly from sunset on Friday.
VIDEO: The Queen sends her first tweet
The Queen's has sent her first tweet - sent through the @BritishMonarchy account - heralding the launch of a major new exhibition at London's Science Museum.
VIDEO: Scientists create real hoverboard
BBC Click looks at some of the week's technology highlights.
VIDEO: 'Religion made me a better player'
England's newest cricket star Moeen Ali speaks to the BBC about his sport and his religion.
The Queen sends her first tweet
The Queen sends her first tweet to launch the London Science Museum's ambitious new Information Age gallery.
VIDEO: Spider photobombs Ed Balls interview
A spider has unexpectedly appeared on camera as Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls was being interviewed about the latest GDP figures.
Suarez gets help for impulse to bite
Barcelona striker Luis Suarez says he is getting professional help as he seeks to overcome an "impulse" to bite opponents.
Caterham 'allowed' to miss two GPs
Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone will allow Caterham to miss the next two Formula 1 grands prix to focus on finding a buyer.
Predictions: Lawro v Mark Wright
BBC Sport's football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on Towie star Mark Wright and his Strictly Come Dancing partner Karen Hauer.
Murray fights back to reach semis
Andy Murray boosts his hopes of qualifying for the ATP Finals with a hard-fought win over Kevin Anderson at the Valencia Open.
Costa has 'chance' of facing Man Utd
Chelsea's Diego Costa could start against Manchester United, despite an illness that required a stay in hospital.
UK anger at 1.7bn EU cash demand
UK politicians react angrily to demands for an extra 1.7bn (2.1bn euros) contribution towards the European Union's budget due to the country's better economic performance.
VIDEO: The Indian coal mines in Australia
Several large Indian companies are developing their own mines in Australia, but environmentalists are concerned for the future of the Great Barrier Reef.
Military rents to rise, says minister
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon announces that "major reforms" to funding for military accommodation will increase rents.
VIDEO: Wood: Time for Wales to step up
The majority of people in Wales want to see their assembly take on more powers, says the leader of Plaid Cymru.
First transplant of 'dead' heart
Surgeons in Australia say they have performed the first heart transplant using a "dead heart".
VIDEO: Could amputees re-grow lost limbs?
Amputees could one day re-grow their missing limbs, according to researchers at Imperial College London.
Norfolk schools inquiry faces review
The investigation into alleged inspection irregularities at three Norfolk schools will be reviewed by an "independent figure", says Ofsted.
VIDEO: Child poverty 'will divide UK'
A new report claims that the government will fail to meet its child poverty reduction targets by 2020.
Hailo says Uber blocked investors
After pulling out of the US, taxi app Hailo complains that rival Uber is blocking potential investors from offering funding.
VIDEO: Information Age exhibition opens
One of the most ambitious projects ever undertaken by the Science Museum has been opened by the Queen in London.
Science chief warns on acid oceans
The UK's chief scientist says the oceans face a serious and growing risk from man-made carbon emissions.
VIDEO: Chimps carry out night time raids
Wild chimps carry out night time crop raids, footage reveals, suggesting the animals are being pushed into more risky behaviour.
Alvin Stardust album gets early release
The release of Alvin Stardust's final album, his first in 30 years, is brought forward following his death.
VIDEO: Jessie J: I owe a lot to the MOBOs
Singer Jessie J tells BBC News she owes a lot of her early exposure to the MOBO awards. The 26 year-old won best female singer at the award ceremony in London
10 things we didn't know last week
Walk on the Wild Side's bass line cost 17, and other nuggets
Go Figure: The week in numbers
The week in numbers with our Go Figure images.
Suicide mother gave girls acid drink
A mother poisoned herself and her two young daughters by drinking acid after struggling to get on with her in-laws, an inquest hears.
Hen party death lorry driver cleared
A lorry driver is cleared of causing the death by dangerous driving of a woman on a hen party in West Yorkshire.
Scotland to reduce drink-drive limit
The Scottish government announces plans to reduce the country's drink-drive limit in time for Christmas, making the limit lower than in England.
Bird of prey deaths 'not deliberate'
Police say birds of prey found dead in Ross-shire were probably accidentally poisoned as they make a fresh appeal for information.
Man injured in west Belfast shooting
Police are investigating a shooting incident in west Belfast.
Man charged over couple's deaths
A man has been charged in connection with the discovery of the bodies of an elderly couple in County Donegal, police say.
'Slavery' police search for more men
Police who investigated the "modern day slavery" case of a vulnerable man found working unpaid on a farm, say they are looking for other missing men.
Slip road closure 'benefits' traffic
A controversial peak time closure of a slip road to ease congestion on the M4 near Port Talbot is 'a benefit', a review into the trial finds.
Dozens monitored for Ebola in Mali
Dozens of people are being monitored in Mali after the nation confirmed a two-year-old girl as its first Ebola case.
Tunis 'militant hideout' stormed
Tunisian security forces storm a house in a Tunis suburb to end a stand-off with armed militants, killing six people, officials say.
Daniel Pearl murder suspect released
One of the suspects in the murder of American journalist Daniel Pearl, beheaded in 2002, is set free by an anti-terrorism court in Pakistan.
Detained Myanmar reporter shot dead
A Burmese journalist taken into detention while covering clashes near the Thai border is shot dead while trying to escape, the army says.
Dolce & Gabbana cleared in tax case
Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, founders of the Dolce & Gabbana fashion house, are cleared by an Italian court of tax evasion.
Yellow powder sparks security alerts
Envelopes containing an unknown yellow powder have been sent to five consulates in the Turkish city of Istanbul, officials say.
Governor quits over Mexico missing
The governor of Mexico's southern Guerrero state - where 43 students went missing after deadly clashes with police last month - stands down.
US returns ancient artefacts to Peru
The US returns about 20 ancient Peruvian artefacts - some more than 1,800 years old - that had been looted from pre-Columbian graves.
US to check IS 'chemical weapon' use
The United States will investigate "extremely serious allegations" that militant group Islamic State used chlorine gas against Iraqi police officers.
Mortar fire on Pakistan-Iran border
Pakistani and Iranian forces have exchanged mortar fire, in the latest incident between the two countries along their porous border.
Two US Ebola nurses free of virus
Two nurses infected with Ebola while treating a patient in Dallas are declared free of the deadly virus, a day after the first infection in New York.
Canada attack 'not linked to IS'
Canada's foreign minister tells the BBC there is no evidence so far that the man behind gun attacks in Ottawa was linked to Middle Eastern jihadists.
EU 'surcharge' and Stardust tributes - paper review
Anger over the EU's demands for an extra 1.7bn from the UK and tributes to the late pop star Alvin Stardust feature in Friday's newspapers.
Day in pictures: 23 October
24 hours of news images: 23 October
Your pictures: Steps
Readers' photos on the theme of "steps"
In pictures: Feline focus
An online exhibition of cats
In pictures: Ottawa shootings
Images from outside the Canadian parliament
In pictures: India celebrates Diwali
Indians celebrate Diwali, the biggest Hindu festival
Day in pictures: 21 October
24 hours of news images: 21 October
What the floods did to Kashmir's grand heritage
What floods did to Kashmir's most treasured historic sites
In pictures: Derry in 1969
Battle of the Bogside in 1969 by Gilles Caron
VIDEO: European Parliament
The Foreign Affairs Committee approves the EU trade deal with Moldova
VIDEO: Man starts fire at petrol station
CCTV footage showing the moment a man started a fire at a petrol station has been released by police.
VIDEO: Ashya King 'has really come along'
Ashya King's father said his son "has really come along" while under going proton beam therapy in Prague.
VIDEO: US air strike 'hits IS command'
New video footage show a US air strike hitting an Islamic State position on a hill near the embattled Syrian town of Kobane.
VIDEO: CCTV of Ottawa shooting suspect
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) releases video footage of the suspected gunman arriving at the country's parliament building during Wednesday's shooting incident.
VIDEO: Call to scrap term-time holiday ban
The ban on term-time holidays from school should be scrapped so head teachers can take a "common-sense approach", council leaders have suggested.
VIDEO: Wales 'may be independent in 20 years'
Leanne Wood, leader of Plaid Cymru, has predicted Wales will be independent within "a generation".
VIDEO: Ebola: Scenes of horror in Liberia
There have now been more than 4,800 reported deaths from Ebola, with Liberia the worst affected country. Around 50 new cases are being reported every day in the capital Monrovia.
VIDEO: Scotland to reduce drink-drive limit
The Scottish government has announced plans to reduce the country's drink-drive limit in time for Christmas.
The undercover cop, his lover, and their son
My agony at discovering father of my child was undercover cop
The day UFOs stopped play
The day UFOs stopped play - and a crowd of 10,000 gasped
Why do professional sportsmen try trick shots?
Why do professional sportsmen try trick shots?
In pictures: Grayson Perry exhibition
Grayson Perry captures the state of the nation
Quiz of the week's news
Why is Florida angry with Breaking Bad?
Islamic State: Diary of life in Mosul
Mosul diary: Inside the city ruled by Islamic State
Digital detox call for the Sabbath
Could you switch off all your devices for 25 hours?
Ukraine: Land of chaos and courage
A journey across a Ukraine wracked by conflict
Why is the UK being asked for more money?
Why is the UK being asked for more money?

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 World News
'Millions of Ebola vaccines' in 2015
Millions of doses of experimental Ebola vaccines will be produced by the end of 2015, the World Health Organization has announced.
Egypt: Sinai 'bomb' kills 26 troops
A suspected jihadist car bomb attack kills at least 26 Egyptian soldiers in Sinai, Egyptian officials say, in one of deadliest incidents there.
Russia 'helped Yanukovych to flee'
Vladimir Putin says for the first time that Russia helped Ukraine's ex-President Viktor Yanukovych to flee after he was ousted in February.
Yellow powder sparks security alerts
Envelopes containing an unknown yellow powder have been sent to five consulates in the Turkish city of Istanbul, officials say.
Detained Myanmar reporter shot dead
A Burmese journalist taken into detention while covering clashes near the Thai border is shot dead while trying to escape, the army says.
First transplant of 'dead' heart
Surgeons in Australia say they have performed the first heart transplant using a "dead heart".
Puffer fish poisons 11 in Brazil
Eleven people fell seriously ill in Brazil after eating a deadly puffer fish for lunch, it was reported.
US to check IS 'chemical weapon' use
The United States will investigate "extremely serious allegations" that militant group Islamic State used chlorine gas against Iraqi police officers.
Rwanda bans BBC over genocide film
Rwanda suspends BBC broadcasts in the Kinyarwanda language with immediate effect because of a controversial documentary about the 1994 genocide.
Tunis 'militant hideout' stormed
Tunisian security forces storm a house in a Tunis suburb to end a stand-off with armed militants, killing six people, officials say.
Canada attack 'not linked to IS'
Canada's foreign minister tells the BBC there is no evidence so far that the man behind gun attacks in Ottawa was linked to Middle Eastern jihadists.
Dolce & Gabbana cleared in tax case
Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, founders of the Dolce & Gabbana fashion house, are cleared by an Italian court of tax evasion.
Gold prizes for Dubai commuters
The emirate wants people to get out of their cars to ease traffic congestion.
US returns ancient artefacts to Peru
The US returns about 20 ancient Peruvian artefacts - some more than 1,800 years old - that had been looted from pre-Columbian graves.
Two US Ebola nurses free of virus
Two nurses infected with Ebola while treating a patient in Dallas are declared free of the deadly virus, a day after the first infection in New York.
NY axe attack: Islamist link probed
Police in New York investigate whether a man who attacked two officers with an axe before being shot dead was linked to Islamist extremism.
Governor quits over Mexico missing
The governor of Mexico's southern Guerrero state - where 43 students went missing after deadly clashes with police last month - stands down.
Honduras drought puts many 'at risk'
More than half a million people in Honduras have been affected by a severe drought, according to the Red Cross.
Dozens monitored for Ebola in Mali
Dozens of people are being monitored in Mali after the nation confirmed a two-year-old girl as its first Ebola case.
Women propose sex strike for peace
Female peace activists think the strike could force men to end armed conflict.
Daniel Pearl murder suspect released
One of the suspects in the murder of American journalist Daniel Pearl, beheaded in 2002, is set free by an anti-terrorism court in Pakistan.
HK protesters to vote on proposals
Protest leaders in Hong Kong are to ballot their supporters over whether to accept the government's proposals and end their occupation of the city.
PM: I won't meet 1.7bn EU demand
David Cameron insists the UK will not pay 1.7bn demanded by the EU - but Commission president Jose Manuel Barroso says the bill should not have come as a surprise.
Sweden calls off search for sub
Sweden calls off its massive week-long search for a suspected Russian submarine, saying the vessel has probably left its territorial waters.
Mortar fire on Pakistan-Iran border
Pakistani and Iranian forces have exchanged mortar fire, in the latest incident between the two countries along their porous border.
'Hold Qatar World Cup in May'
Europe's biggest football clubs consider asking Fifa to hold the 2022 World Cup in May to avoid the intense summer heat.
Hen party death lorry driver cleared
A lorry driver is cleared of causing the death by dangerous driving of a woman on a hen party in West Yorkshire.
Briton in Thai cosmetic surgery death
A British woman understood to have gone to Thailand for cosmetic surgery has died in an operation, Thai officials say.
UK anger at 1.7bn EU cash demand
UK politicians react angrily to demands for an extra 1.7bn (2.1bn euros) contribution towards the European Union's budget due to the country's better economic performance.
Banana splits as Chiquita chops deal
Shareholders in US banana distributor Chiquita vote against a merger deal with Irish rival Fyffes in favour of a higher offer.
Ukraine-Russia 'consensus' over gas
Ukraine and Russia find "consensus" on a deal to end their gas dispute, according to the boss of Ukraine's state gas firm.
Suarez gets help for impulse to bite
Barcelona striker Luis Suarez says he is getting professional help as he seeks to overcome an "impulse" to bite opponents.
Caterham 'allowed' to miss two GPs
Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone will allow Caterham to miss the next two Formula 1 grands prix to focus on finding a buyer.
Sharapova out of Finals despite win
Maria Sharapova goes out of the WTA Finals, ensuring Serena Williams will end 2014 as the world number one.
Cliff Richard police raid 'inept'
The handling of a police raid at the home of veteran pop star Sir Cliff Richard is described as inept by the Commons Home Affairs Committee.
Alvin Stardust album gets early release
The release of Alvin Stardust's final album, his first in 30 years, is brought forward following his death.
US network AMC buys into BBC America
US TV network AMC, which aired Mad Men and The Walking Dead, is to take over the running of BBC America after a $200m (125m) deal with the BBC.
VIDEO: CCTV of Ottawa shooting suspect
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) releases video footage of the suspected gunman arriving at the country's parliament building during Wednesday's shooting incident.
VIDEO: Spirit of revolution simmers in Kiev
Steve Rosenberg visits Kiev to see how the recent violence in Ukraine has had an impact on who is running for parliament.
VIDEO: US air strike 'hits IS command'
New video footage show a US air strike hitting an Islamic State position on a hill near the embattled Syrian town of Kobane.
VIDEO: Brazil's 'tightest' presidential vote
Sunday's presidential run-off vote in Brazil is too close to call and the election battle has centred on the pivotal home state of both candidates, Minas Gerais.
VIDEO: Ebola: Scenes of horror in Liberia
There have now been more than 4,800 reported deaths from Ebola, with Liberia the worst affected country. Around 50 new cases are being reported every day in the capital Monrovia.
VIDEO: Security for polio workers in Pakistan
The number of cases of polio in Pakistan has topped 200 for the first time in nearly 15 years.
VIDEO: Fears of IS threat to Ancient Babylon
There are fears that the ancient site of Babylon in present-day Iraq is threatened with destruction by the militant group calling itself Islamic State.
VIDEO: WW1: The Famine of Mount Lebanon
As a proportion of the total population, more people died in Greater Syria than anywhere else in the world during the First World War. In Mount Lebanon a third of the population died of famine and disease.
Islamic State: Diary of life in Mosul
Mosul diary: Inside the city ruled by Islamic State
Ukraine vote could push the country into chaos
Ukraine's vote could bring conflict, not peace
Austria unveils WW2 deserters' memorial
Austria finally remembers deserters from Hitler's army
Day in pictures: 24 October
A selection of images from around the world taken over the past 24 hours
Brazil election: Class divides voters
People divided ahead of Brazil election run-off
Iran-Pakistan: Will border tensions boil over?
Iran-Pakistan border skirmishes risk spinning out of control
The day UFOs stopped play
The day UFOs stopped play - and a crowd of 10,000 gasped
Silicon Valley's billion dollar failures
Silicon valley's billion dollar start-up failures

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 Entertainment News
Alvin Stardust album gets early release
The release of Alvin Stardust's final album, his first in 30 years, is brought forward following his death.
Cliff Richard police raid 'inept'
The handling of a police raid at the home of veteran pop star Sir Cliff Richard is described as inept by the Commons Home Affairs Committee.
Spanish art gems head for UK town
A new art gallery showing major works of art from Spain's "golden age" is to open in a former bank in Bishop Auckland, County Durham.
One Direction join BBC Music Awards
One Direction, Ed Sheeran and Coldplay are among the acts confirmed to perform at the inaugural BBC Music Awards on 11 December.
Lucas to host international Emmys
British comedian Matt Lucas will host the International Emmy Awards ceremony in New York in November.
US network AMC buys into BBC America
US TV network AMC, which aired Mad Men and The Walking Dead, is to take over the running of BBC America after a $200m (125m) deal with the BBC.
Jason Manford set for The Producers
Comedian Jason Manford is to star in a new UK touring production of hit musical The Producers.
Miranda Hart calls time on BBC sitcom
TV star Miranda Hart announces there will be no more episodes of her hit BBC sitcom after this Christmas.
Art forger collection fetches 50,000
A collection of art by a master forger whose work fooled dealers and galleries around the world sells at auction for more than 50,000.
Writer scoops 10,000 book prize
Debut novelist Amy Mason, who dropped out of school at 16 and took up writing at 25, wins the Dundee International Book Prize.
Singer Alvin Stardust dies aged 72
Singer Alvin Stardust, best known for his hit My Coo Ca Choo, dies aged 72 after recently being diagnosed with metastatic prostate cancer.
Knightley to make Broadway debut
British actress Keira Knightley is to make her Broadway debut next year in Therese Raquin, a stage version of Emile Zola's classic novel.
Design inspires new V&A video game
A new video game based on the designs of William Morris is launched by Sophia George, the V&A museum's games designer in residence.
Walliams tops children's bestsellers
David Walliams' Awful Auntie has become the best selling children's fiction title of the year just four weeks after going on sale.
Tate boss Serota tops art power list
Tate director Sir Nicholas Serota is named the most powerful figure in the art world.
Stolen art by 'female Banksy' sought
Police in London are appealing for help to trace stolen murals by an artist known as "the female Banksy", estimated to be worth at least 20,000.
Anniversary boost for TS Eliot prize
The prize money for the TS Eliot Prize has been increased to 20,000 to mark the 50th anniversary of the poet's death in January 2015.
Django actress on lewd conduct charge
Django Unchained's Daniele Watts, who alleged she was held by police because of racial profiling, is charged with committing a lewd act in public.
Cinema pastors to pray after film
A Christian film distributor wants to recruit more than 100 pastors to hold prayers at multi-screen cinemas in the UK.
Magic Faraway Tree set for big screen
Enid Blyton's Magic Faraway Tree books are being adapted for cinema for the first time.
Call for musician deportation U-turn
The Scottish government calls on the Home Office to reconsider the case of Steve Forman, an American musician at risk of deportation from Scotland.
Sam Smith cleans up at Mobo awards
This year's Mobo awards, which saw Sam Smith pick up four trophies, was described by viewers as a "shambles".
Wilko Johnson is 'cancer free'
Former Dr Feelgood guitarist Wilko Johnson says he has been "cured" of the terminal pancreatic cancer with which he was diagnosed in 2012.
BBC 6 Music draws record listeners
BBC Radio 6 Music has won record audience figures, reaching almost two million listeners over the past three months, according to Rajar.
Madeley rape threats complaint filed
A formal police complaint has been made by Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan after online rape threats were made against their daughter, the TV presenters say.
Schofield faces 24-hour TV challenge
This Morning presenter Phillip Schofield is to broadcast non-stop on the ITV network for 24 hours to raise cash for charity.
VIDEO: Jessie J: I owe a lot to the MOBOs
Singer Jessie J tells BBC News she owes a lot of her early exposure to the MOBO awards. The 26 year-old won best female singer at the award ceremony in London
VIDEO: 'Do you think I lack imagination?'
Russell Brand speaks to Newsnight about his "alternative to corporate hegemony".
AUDIO: BBC Trust chief Fairhead on her new job
The new chairman of the BBC Trust, Rona Fairhead, gives her first broadcast interview since taking up the post.
VIDEO: Lady and the legend: Gaga and Bennett
Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett have been speaking to the BBC about their new collaboration
VIDEO: Can King Khan top Diwali box office?
Farah Khan's much-anticipated new film, Happy New Year, is released for Diwali.
VIDEO: Oscar buzz for Michael 'Birdman' Keaton
Critics are already hailing Michael Keaton's latest film Birdman a success, with many tipping it for an Oscar as Talking Movies' Tom Brook reports.
VIDEO: Rediscovered: Lost episodes from classic comedy
Comedy fans are in for a rare treat after two lost episodes of "At Last The 1948 Show" have been uncovered.
AUDIO: 'They said 'you should be dead by now''
Wilko Johnson spent a whole year "calmly accepting the fact that I was going to die", he has told the BBC's Colin Paterson.
In pictures: Grayson Perry exhibition
Grayson Perry captures the state of the nation
VIDEO: Sargy Mann: Painting with inner vision
Meet the artist who has been blind for 25 years
Alvin Stardust: Life and career in pictures
The life and career of Alvin Stardust
Nirvana: 25 years since first UK gig
Fans recall Nirvana's first UK gig 25 years on
Remembering Ben Bradlee
Jim Naughtie recalls Watergate editor Ben Bradlee

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