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Gaza shelter attack 'kills 15'
At least 15 people have been killed and more than 200 injured when a UN-run school used as a shelter in Gaza came under fire, Gazan health officials say.
Algeria passenger jet feared crashed
A passenger plane carrying 116 people is missing, feared crashed, on a flight from Burkina Faso to the Algerian capital, Algiers.
Ex-boyfriend guilty of Jayden murder
The ex-boyfriend of pregnant teenager Jayden Parkinson, whose body was found in an Oxfordshire graveyard, is convicted of murder.
Sudan 'apostasy' woman meets Pope
A Sudanese woman who fled to Italy after being spared a death sentence for renouncing Islam meets Pope Francis at the Vatican.
More MH17 bodies leave Ukraine
Two planes carrying bodies of those killed on board flight MH17 land in the Netherlands, as UK experts start examining data from the two flight recorders.
Barclays challenges US fraud case
Barclays challenges legal action brought by US prosecutors alleging fraud in its "dark pool" trading operations.
Met investigated 18 justice campaigns
The Met Police collected information on 18 justice campaigns - including that of Jean Charles de Menezes - a report into a now defunct undercover unit says.
IMF lowers global growth forecast
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has lowered its forecast for global economic growth this year, from 3.7% to 3.4% but the UK's forecast is raised.
Fewer young smokers and drinkers
Smoking, drinking and drug use among secondary school pupils have more than halved over the past 10 years, figures show.
Hacking reporter spared prison
Ex-News of the World and Sunday Mirror reporter Dan Evans is sentenced to a 10-month suspended jail sentence after admitting charges including phone hacking.
Killers fail to overturn voting ban
The UK Supreme Court dismisses a bid to overturn the ban on convicted prisoners being able to vote in the Scottish independence referendum.
Secret Cinema cancels opening night
Fans react angrily after Secret Cinema cancels an immersive screening of Back to The Future with only a couple of hours' notice.
VIDEO: 'Cheesegrater' construction complete
Building work is completed on the tallest skyscraper in the City of London.
VIDEO: Who was that man on the moon?
Why one year after Apollo 11, most Americans couldn't name Neil Armstrong as the first man on the moon. We spoke to Matthew Tribbe, author of No Requiem for the Space Age.
VIDEO: Note found in World War One kilt
A hidden poem written by a Glasgow woman has been found sewn into the folds of a World War One kilt owned by a Southampton academic.
VIDEO: New twist in Banksy mural saga
There are questions over the ownership of the Banksy Spy Booth mural in Cheltenham, as Steve Knibbs reports.
VIDEO: How to build and fly your own drone
Personal aerial drones that take pictures could soon become a lot more common, thanks to a new invention.
AUDIO: Why don't women write to newspapers?
IainHollingsheadandYvonneRoberts discuss why men write more letters to newspapers than women.
VIDEO: Seals 'stressed' by warming seas
Warming seas are reducing the food supply for Antarctic seals, say researchers.
VIDEO: Amur leopards born at zoo
A pair of Amur leopards, which are said to be the rarest big cats in the world, have been born in Leicestershire.
Queen 'photo-bombs' athletes' selfie
Two Australian Commonwealth Games hockey players have a huge surprise when the Queen appears smiling in the back of their selfie.
Drone finds missing 82-year-old man
A model drone has helped locate an elderly man in Wisconsin who had been missing for three days.
Murdoch upstages fellow Scot Jamieson
Ross Murdoch breaks the Commonwealth Games record as he earns a shock win over fellow Scot Michael Jamieson in the 200m breaststroke.
Injured Carroll faces four months out
West Ham striker Andy Carroll could be out of action for four months after tearing ligaments in his ankle and requiring surgery.
Renicks sisters claim golden double
Sisters Kimberley and Louise Renicks win Scotland's first golds of the Commonwealth Games with thrilling judo victories.
Alistair Brownlee wins triathlon gold
England's Olympic champion Alistair Brownlee beats his brother Jonny to gold in the Glasgow 2014 men's triathlon.
VIDEO: Netball referee's time blunder
A netball referee blows for the end of the first quarter 29 seconds early during Wales' match against Australia - forcing the teams to return to the court to play out time.
Amazon reports $126m quarterly loss
Amazon reports a loss of $126m in the second quarter and warns of slowing sales.
VIDEO: Bill Gates talks Africa with the BBC
Bill Gates calls for an improved audit of international aid in Africa, to ensure it achieves its aims.
Police investigate abuse 'cover-up'
Police investigating sexual abuse allegations at a school in Rochdale refer themselves to the independent police watchdog over the way they handled previous inquiries.
VIDEO: UK 'disappointed' no Gaza ceasefire
The Foreign Secretary, Phillip Hammond, has said he is "disappointed" that Hamas has rejected a ceasefire proposal aimed at easing the conflict in Gaza.
Government 'loses 700m NHS IT case'
Taxpayers could be hit with a 700m bill after the government reportedly loses a legal fight with Fujitsu.
VIDEO: The rehydration unit in an Indian slum
An Indian charity has set up a rehydration unit in their health centre to ensure local people get access to oral rehydration therapy
Degrees least likely for white teens
University application levels have increased among all groups, but ethnic minority pupils are the most likely to seek places.
VIDEO: Student texts make fly on wall TV show
BBC Click's Spencer Kelly goes behind the scenes of the TV programme The Secret Lives of Students.
Google quizzed over deleted links
Watchdogs are told that Google has complied with more than 45,000 requests for links to be erased from its European search results.
Call for end to 'throwaway society'
A ban on sending leftover food to landfill is needed to move away from a 'throwaway society', say MPs.
VIDEO: Seals 'stressed' by warming seas
Warming seas are reducing the food supply for Antarctic seals, say researchers.
Pet Shop Boys premiere Turing tribute
Pop duo the Pet Shop Boys unveil their latest work, a tribute to wartime code-breaker Alan Turing, at the first of this year's Late Night BBC Proms.
VIDEO: Olympic cauldron secrets revealed
The London 2012 Olympic Cauldron is going on display for the first time in a purpose-built gallery.
Caption Challenge: Flying piano
It's the Caption Challenge. Oh yes it is.
Is it normal to search envoys?
US Secretary of State John Kerry was stopped and scanned for weapons in Egypt.
Flying car hits first floor of house
A car careers off the road and flies through the air, smashing into the first floor of a house in Lincolnshire.
Dwarfism boy 'barred from buses'
A boy with a form of dwarfism says he has been barred from buses five times in a fortnight in a row over the bike he uses.
First medals as Glasgow 2014 begins
Kimberley Renicks wins Scotland's first gold medal of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow with an impressive victory in the judo at the SECC.
Family of four in death crash named
Police release the names of the West Lothian family killed in a crash between their car and a lorry in Polmont.
Major fish kill discovered in river
A major fish kill in a County Armagh river is being blamed on pollution from farm waste, says the Northern Ireland Environment Agency.
Kearney secures bronze medal for NI
NI's Lisa Kearney wins a bronze medal in the -52kg women's judo category after beating Canadian Audree Francis-Methot.
Knife hidden in bra killer jailed
A woman who stabbed a businessman in the neck in his car is jailed for eight-and-a-half years for his manslaughter.
Apology after burns boy turned away
A health board apologises after staff at a Gwynedd hospital refused to admit an 11-year-old boy who had burned his stomach with a spilt cup of tea.
SA teachers 'racially abused pupils'
South Africa's Human Rights Commission finds a school guilty of hate speech towards black and mixed-race pupils.
SA to block land sales to foreigners
The South African government is fast-tracking a bill to block land sales to foreigners, which could come into effect in 2019.
MSF allowed to resume Rakhine work
Myanmar allows Medecins Sans Frontieres to resume work in Rakhine state, where residents have had almost no access to healthcare since the group was ejected in February.
Taiwan plane crash toll reaches 48
Forty-eight people are now known to have died after a passenger plane crashed in Taiwan's Penghu island, as a storm passed over the area.
Poland 'helped in CIA rendition'
Poland violated the human rights convention and helped the CIA's rendition of terror suspects, the European Court of Human Rights finds.
Norway in Syria-linked terror alert
Norway is boosting security because of an imminent threat from people linked to Islamist militants in Syria, Norway's intelligence chief says.
Aruba detains top Venezuela official
The Caribbean island of Aruba has detained a top Venezuelan official, Gen Hugo Carvajal, sought in the US for drug trafficking offences.
Venezuela trial 'test for democracy'
One of Venezuela's main opposition leaders, Leopoldo Lopez, says his trial for inciting violence will "test the quality" of the Venezuelan democracy.
Deadly ambush on Iraq prison convoy
Suicide attackers mount a bomb and gun attack on a prison convoy in Iraq, killing 51 prisoners and nine police officers, security sources say.
Iraq MPs elect Massoum as president
Iraqi parliament elects Kurdish politician Fouad Massoum as the country's next president, succeeding Jalal Talabani.
Inquiry urged into two-hour execution
Lawyers for a double murderer whose lethal injection in Arizona took nearly two hours to kill him have called for an independent review of the execution.
GM profits hit by recall problems
Earnings at the US carmaker General Motors slump because of the cost of vehicle recalls.
Peaches' drug 'secrets' and Games pictures - papers
Many papers focus on the inquest of TV presenter Peaches Geldof, while others give their views on the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony.
Your pictures: Cycling
Readers' photos on the theme of "cycling"
Day in pictures: 24 July 2014
24 hours of news photos: 24 July
Dream Cars: Innovative Design, Visionary Ideas
Concept designs by famous manufacturers on show in US
Taiwan plane crash: In pictures
TransAsia Airways plane crashes in Taiwan
Prince George's first year
Prince George's first year
Day in pictures: 22 July 2014
24 hours of news photos: 22 July
In pictures: Royal first birthdays
A long line of royal baby photos
In pictures: One man's HIV campaign
An Indonesian prisoner's campaign against HIV
VIDEO: House of Commons
Israel's response to rocket attacks must be "proportionate", insists a minister.
VIDEO: MH17 crash scene still unsecured
A week after Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 came down in Ukraine, the crash site has yet to be secured raising concerns that vital evidence will be lost.
VIDEO: Luke Skywalker actor on new Star Wars
Mark Hamill, who played Luke Skywalker more than 30 years ago, has said it feels like an "unexpected gift" to be back on a Star Wars set.
VIDEO: Red Cross attacked by Gaza civilians
Paul Adams sees a Red Cross evacuation mission come under attack by local people in Gaza City's Shejaiya neighbourhood
VIDEO: Witnesses describe two hour execution
Victims' family speak out, saying they don't believe inmate Joseph Wood was 'suffering' after a two-hour execution in Arizona.
VIDEO: Last journey of Costa Concordia
The BBC's Alan Johnston reports on the journey so far of the wrecked cruise ship Costa Concordia as it is towed to Genoa for scrapping.
VIDEO: Aerial view of new Glasgow landscape
Glasgow has been getting ready for the Games and investing money in 13 sporting venues across the city for more than six years.
VIDEO: MH17 bodies arrive in Netherlands
Two planes carrying bodies from crashed Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 have landed in the Netherlands.
VIDEO: Wine fraudster to be sentenced in US
Rudy Kurniawan, who manufactured phony vintage wine in his kitchen, will be sentenced for fraud on Thursday.
When time stood still
The Japanese man who lost everything but found peace
Europeans with an eye on Edinburgh
Eight places in Europe that also want independence
How Scottish are Scottie dogs?
How Scottie dogs became a symbol of Scotland
MH17 crash: Abandoned crime scene
Where are the investigators for the MH17 crash?
How 'Tut-mania' gripped the world
How discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb changed popular culture
VIDEO: Meet the 'Women Against Feminism'
The young women who say they don't need feminism
Wildlife film-makers' tricks of the trade
Wildlife film-makers reveal the tricks of the trade
The rise of solo dining
The restaurants that love solo diners
Central African Republic's road to anarchy
Andrew Harding crosses paths with Central African militias

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 World News
Algeria passenger jet feared crashed
A passenger plane carrying 116 people is missing, feared crashed, on a flight from Burkina Faso to the Algerian capital, Algiers.
Gaza shelter attack 'kills 15'
At least 15 people have been killed and more than 200 injured when a UN-run school used as a shelter in Gaza came under fire, Gazan health officials say.
Sudan 'apostasy' woman meets Pope
A Sudanese woman who fled to Italy after being spared a death sentence for renouncing Islam meets Pope Francis at the Vatican.
More MH17 bodies leave Ukraine
Two planes carrying bodies of those killed on board flight MH17 land in the Netherlands, as UK experts start examining data from the two flight recorders.
Amazon reports $126m quarterly loss
Amazon reports a loss of $126m in the second quarter and warns of slowing sales.
Poland 'helped in CIA rendition'
Poland violated the human rights convention and helped the CIA's rendition of terror suspects, the European Court of Human Rights finds.
MSF allowed to resume Rakhine work
Myanmar allows Medecins Sans Frontieres to resume work in Rakhine state, where residents have had almost no access to healthcare since the group was ejected in February.
Deadly ambush on Iraq prison convoy
Suicide attackers mount a bomb and gun attack on a prison convoy in Iraq, killing 51 prisoners and nine police officers, security sources say.
Inquiry urged into two-hour execution
Lawyers for a double murderer whose lethal injection in Arizona took nearly two hours to kill him have called for an independent review of the execution.
Venezuela trial 'test for democracy'
One of Venezuela's main opposition leaders, Leopoldo Lopez, says his trial for inciting violence will "test the quality" of the Venezuelan democracy.
Iraq MPs elect Massoum as president
Iraqi parliament elects Kurdish politician Fouad Massoum as the country's next president, succeeding Jalal Talabani.
Google quizzed over deleted links
Watchdogs are told that Google has complied with more than 45,000 requests for links to be erased from its European search results.
More art found in Gurlitt's home
Two sculptures, possibly by Rodin and Degas, are discovered in the home of the late art hoarder Cornelius Gurlitt in Munich.
Drone finds missing 82-year-old man
A model drone has helped locate an elderly man in Wisconsin who had been missing for three days.
Indian boy has 232 teeth removed
Doctors in India extract 232 teeth from the mouth of a 17-year-old boy in a seven-hour operation.
GM profits hit by recall problems
Earnings at the US carmaker General Motors slump because of the cost of vehicle recalls.
Suspect: Detroit shooting 'accident'
A man charged with killing an unarmed black woman on his suburban Detroit porch in November initially told police it was an accident, a jury hears.
Aruba detains top Venezuela official
The Caribbean island of Aruba has detained a top Venezuelan official, Gen Hugo Carvajal, sought in the US for drug trafficking offences.
Colombian army kills ELN rebels
The Colombian armed forces kill eight rebels from the left-wing National Liberation Army in an operation in eastern Arauca province.
SA teachers 'racially abused pupils'
South Africa's Human Rights Commission finds a school guilty of hate speech towards black and mixed-race pupils.
SA to block land sales to foreigners
The South African government is fast-tracking a bill to block land sales to foreigners, which could come into effect in 2019.
Taiwan plane crash toll reaches 48
Forty-eight people are now known to have died after a passenger plane crashed in Taiwan's Penghu island, as a storm passed over the area.
Mirza hits back in nationality row
Indian tennis star Sania Mirza rejects claims by a ruling party MP that she is not fit to represent newly-created Telangana state because she is married to a Pakistani.
Norway in Syria-linked terror alert
Norway is boosting security because of an imminent threat from people linked to Islamist militants in Syria, Norway's intelligence chief says.
Protests target Israel football club
Pro-Palestinian protesters disrupt a football match in Austria between the Israeli club Maccabi Haifa and French team Lille.
Europe lifts Tel Aviv flights ban
The European Aviation Safety Agency has joined the US in lifting its ban on flights to Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion airport.
Suicide car bomb kills 21 in Iraq
A suicide car bomb has killed at least 21 people at a police checkpoint in Baghdad's Kadhimiya district, Iraqi police say.
Met investigated 18 justice campaigns
The Met Police collected information on 18 justice campaigns - including that of Jean Charles de Menezes - a report into a now defunct undercover unit says.
Ex-boyfriend guilty of Jayden murder
The ex-boyfriend of pregnant teenager Jayden Parkinson, whose body was found in an Oxfordshire graveyard, is convicted of murder.
IMF lowers global growth forecast
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has lowered its forecast for global economic growth this year, from 3.7% to 3.4% but the UK's forecast is raised.
Barclays challenges US fraud case
Barclays challenges legal action brought by US prosecutors alleging fraud in its "dark pool" trading operations.
Banks face tougher accounting rules
Newly published banking standards could mean banks have to hold significantly more funds to guard against potential loan losses.
Lampard joins MLS side New York City
Former Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard joins Major League Soccer side New York City FC on a two-year deal.
Renicks sisters claim golden double
Sisters Kimberley and Louise Renicks win Scotland's first golds of the Commonwealth Games with thrilling judo victories.
Nibali wins stage to all but seal Tour
Vincenzo Nibali underlines his superiority by winning the final Tour de France mountain stage to all but wrap up overall victory.
Birdman heads Venice gala line-up
Birdman, starring Michael Keaton and Edward Norton, will lead this year's Venice Film Festival line-up.
Pet Shop Boys premiere Turing tribute
Pop duo the Pet Shop Boys unveil their latest work, a tribute to wartime code-breaker Alan Turing, at the first of this year's Late Night BBC Proms.
Elton film is from 'birth to rehab'
Billy Elliot writer Lee Hall says his new biopic about Sir Elton John, starring Tom Hardy in the main role, tells the singer's life story 'from birth to rehab'.
VIDEO: Ukraine village 'shelled by forces'
Natalia Antelava gains access to a village where one woman apparently died, and another was badly injured, when it was allegedly shelled by Ukrainian Grad rockets.
VIDEO: Wine fraudster to be sentenced in US
Rudy Kurniawan, who manufactured phony vintage wine in his kitchen, will be sentenced for fraud on Thursday.
VIDEO: Thousands mourn Israeli soldier
More funerals for Israeli soldiers killed in the conflict with Palestinians have been held as air strikes continue to target Gaza.
VIDEO: Red Cross attacked by Gaza civilians
Paul Adams sees a Red Cross evacuation mission come under attack by local people in Gaza City's Shejaiya neighbourhood
VIDEO: Ghanaians protest poor economic situation
Thousands of Ghanaians took to the streets on Thursday across the country, in protest against what they call the government's mismanagement of the economy.
VIDEO: 'Little faith' in CAR ceasefire
Fighting has continued in the Central African Republic despite a ceasefire agreement between the rival armed groups.
VIDEO: Ukraine rebel leader admits Russia links
The leader of Pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine, Alexander Borodai, has admitted contacts with Russian security services.
VIDEO: Commonwealth Games' opening ceremony
The 2014 Commonwealth Games have officially opened at a ceremony in the Scottish city of Glasgow
Central African Republic's road to anarchy
Andrew Harding crosses paths with Central African militias
MH17 crash: Abandoned crime scene
The crash site is still littered with clues to the tragedy
Devastation and tragedy of routine Taiwan flight
Taiwanese mourn after routine flight ends in tragedy
Mary, African Queen of netball
Woman who beat 'fat' jibes to turn Malawi into netball champions
Europeans with an eye on Edinburgh
Eight places in Europe that also want independence
Gaza: Hamas seeks to emerge stronger
Why the Palestinian group won't back down yet
Awesome scale of auditing every Afghan vote
Race against time to audit every Afghan vote
Day in pictures: 24 July 2014
Selection of news photos from around the world
Santiago rail crash families want answers
Families wait for answers year after Spanish rail disaster
Syria deaths mount as world looks on
Fighting continues, as Syria's Assad strengthens his position

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 Entertainment News
Pet Shop Boys premiere Turing tribute
Pop duo the Pet Shop Boys unveil their latest work, a tribute to wartime code-breaker Alan Turing, at the first of this year's Late Night BBC Proms.
More art found in Gurlitt's home
Two sculptures, possibly by Rodin and Degas, are discovered in the home of the late art hoarder Cornelius Gurlitt in Munich.
Secret Cinema cancels opening night
Fans react angrily after Secret Cinema cancels an immersive screening of Back to The Future with only a couple of hours' notice.
Elton film is from 'birth to rehab'
Billy Elliot writer Lee Hall says his new biopic about Sir Elton John, starring Tom Hardy in the main role, tells the singer's life story 'from birth to rehab'.
Hacking reporter spared prison
Ex-News of the World and Sunday Mirror reporter Dan Evans is sentenced to a 10-month suspended jail sentence after admitting charges including phone hacking.
Birdman heads Venice gala line-up
Birdman, starring Michael Keaton and Edward Norton, will lead this year's Venice Film Festival line-up.
Commonwealth Games begin in Glasgow
The Queen declares the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow open after a live show featuring a cast of 2,000 and appearances from several famous Scots.
Stars lined up for Edinburgh TV fest
Gary Lineker, John Bishop and Frankie Boyle will be among the celebrities at the 2014 Edinburgh Television Festival, its organisers announce.
Character actress Dora Bryan dies
Dora Bryan, the actress whose career encompassed theatre, film and TV's Last of the Summer Wine, has died near Brighton at the age of 91.
Spider-Man spin-off gets release date
Columbia Pictures announces at San Diego's Comic-Con that the Spider-Man spin-off film will be released in 2016.
Geldof died of heroin overdose
TV presenter Peaches Geldof died of a heroin overdose after relapsing from a period of abstinence, a coroner rules.
Paedophile singer appeal bid refused
Judges throw out an appeal by paedophile rock star Ian Watkins to reduce the length of his jail term for child sex offences.
Duran Duran sue fan club company
Pop band Duran Duran take legal action against the US company charged with running their fan club over unpaid revenues.
'The Force' comes to County Kerry
Could the latest Star Wars movie be about to film off the coast of County Kerry?
Commonwealth edged out of Booker
Commonwealth writers are sidelined from the Man Booker Prize longlist with US authors, including Joshua Ferris and Richard Powers, included for the first time.
Little Big Man author Berger dies
US author Thomas Berger, whose novel Little Big Man was turned into a 1970 Hollywood movie starring Dustin Hoffman, dies at the age of 89.
Weir named as Master of the Queen's Music
Composer Judith Weir CBE is to become the first female Master of the Queen's Music.
British films to premiere at Toronto
A trio of major British films are to receive their world premieres at this year's Toronto Film Festival, including Stephen Hawking biopic The Theory of Everything.
Fight Club sequel due in 2015
Fight Club author Chuck Palahniuk is writing a sequel that will be published as a 10-part comic book series in 2015.
Downey Jr named top earning actor
Iron Man star Robert Downey Jr tops the Forbes actors' rich list for the second year, with estimated earnings of $75m (43m).
Adele wins damages over photos of son
Lawyers representing Adele's two-year old son, Angelo Adkins, accept a five-figure sum in damages to settle a privacy case over paparazzi photos marking his "milestone moments".
Somali musician-MP is shot dead
Popular Somali musician and member of parliament Saado Ali Warsame is shot dead by Islamist militants in the capital, Mogadishu.
Billy Joel to receive Gershwin prize
Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Billy Joel is to receive the Gershwin Prize for Popular Song, the US Library of Congress announces.
BBC trials high-frame-rate TV
The BBC is experimenting with new ways to deliver TV coverage of live events, with a series of trials at the Commonwealth Games.
Fargo gets second series with new cast
Emmy-nominated TV show Fargo is set to return for a second season - without Martin Freeman or any of his co-stars.
Reporter 'made error' at crash site
Sky News reporter Colin Brazier admits he was wrong to handle victims' belongings at the MH17 crash site in Ukraine.
VIDEO: Luke Skywalker actor on new Star Wars
Mark Hamill, who played Luke Skywalker more than 30 years ago, has said it feels like an "unexpected gift" to be back on a Star Wars set.
VIDEO: Olympic cauldron secrets revealed
The London 2012 Olympic Cauldron is going on display for the first time in a purpose-built gallery.
VIDEO: Viking boat goes on display
The remains of a 1,000-year-old Viking boat have gone on display for the first time in the city where it was found.
VIDEO: New twist in Banksy mural saga
There are questions over the ownership of the Banksy Spy Booth mural in Cheltenham, as Steve Knibbs reports.
VIDEO: Shakespeare in Love stage show opens
An adaptation of the Oscar-winning film, Shakespeare in Love, makes its London stage debut.
VIDEO: Hong Kong star 'as big as Brangelina'
Actress Sandra Ng is a household name in Hong Kong and this year saw saw the release of the third Golden Chickens comedy film. Tom Brook reports.
VIDEO: The blind art of conducting a choir
Can blind people be taught to conduct a choir with meaningful gestures that the singers understand?
VIDEO: Susan Boyle sings as Queen arrives
Susan Boyle treats the crowd at Celtic Park to rousing version of Mull of Kintyre as part of the opening ceremony for the 2014 Commonwealth Games, shortly before the arrival of The Queen.
How 'Tut-mania' gripped the world
How the discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb changed popular culture in the 1920s
Wildlife film-makers' tricks of the trade
Wildlife film-makers reveal the tricks of the trade
Shakespeare in Love takes centre stage
How Shakespeare in Love came to the West End theatre
Obituary: Dora Bryan
Stage and screen actress Dora Bryan, who has died 91
Proms unveils new Tavener works
Unheard works by the late composer unveiled at Proms
The many talents of Julia Donaldson
Julia Donaldson show rolls into town
Inside the Richard III visitor centre
Does Leicester's Richard III attraction live up to the hype?

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