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Shots fired near Canada parliament
Multiple shots have been fired at the National War Memorial in Ottawa, just steps from the nation's parliament.
Legal challenge over abuse inquiry
A legal challenge is launched into the choice of Fiona Woolf as the chair of the inquiry investigating historical child abuse as political pressure grows.
Sweden could use force in sub hunt
Sweden could use weapons in the search for a suspected foreign submarine near the capital Stockholm, a senior naval official tells the BBC.
Syria air force 'steps up strikes'
The Syrian military has stepped up its air strikes on rebel-held areas dramatically, carrying out more than 200 in recent days, activists say.
Church sorry for 'shameful' abuse
The Archbishop of York Dr John Sentamu issues a "wholehearted" apology to victims of sexual abuse as a report criticises the Church of England.
WHO crisis team holds Ebola talks
The World Health Organization's emergency committee is holding talks on travel restrictions and screening measures on the Ebola outbreak.
PM: Buck stops with me on criminals
Prime Minister David Cameron tells MPs the "buck stops with me" when it comes to deporting foreign criminals from the UK.
DJ Mike Read withdraws UKIP song
Former BBC Radio 1 DJ Mike Read requests a song he wrote in support of UKIP be withdrawn from sale following complaints it was racist.
Total plane crash driver 'got lost'
A snowplough driver at a Moscow airport says he lost his bearings before a collision with a plane that killed Total oil boss Christophe de Margerie.
GPs to get 55 for dementia diagnoses
Doctors in England will be paid 55 every time they diagnose dementia, health chiefs say, but the scheme is criticised by a patients' group.
Woman held over 'Syria terror plot'
A woman is arrested in Bedfordshire on suspicion of preparation of terrorist acts related to Syria, Scotland Yard says.
Ofsted 'escaped blame' over Baby P
A cover-up led to Ofsted escaping blame for its part in the Baby P scandal, according to a BBC documentary.
Microsoft to phase out Nokia name
Microsoft is ditching the Nokia brand name from new devices, less than a year after acquiring the Finnish mobile firm.
VIDEO: Training for safe Ebola burials
As the Ebola outbreak claims 20 lives a day in Sierra Leone, the BBC's Tulip Mazumdar reports from the capital Freetown on how volunteers are being trained to carry out safe burials.
VIDEO: Near miss at Donetsk stadium
A young girl has had a lucky escape after part of the glass facade of a stadium in Donetsk crashed to the ground, narrowly missing her.
AUDIO: Taxi boss: 'Users want white drivers'
The owner of a cab firm says he meets requests from the public to provide drivers of a specific race.
VIDEO: Loose Women airs last Bellingham show
ITV's Loose Women broadcasts a final interview with Lynda Bellingham, recorded earlier this month.
VIDEO: 'Dean abused me in childhood'
A man who was abused by the late Dean of Manchester speaks about his childhood ordeal, as an inquiry criticises the Church of England's handling of allegations of sexual abuse.
VIDEO: Lions picture wins photography prize
Michael Nichols wins Wildlife photographer of the year for his photograph of a pride of snoozing lions
VIDEO: Making sure war dead live on in memory
How the Commonwealth War Graves Commission continues to keep its promise to remember the dead "in perpetuity".
S Club reunite for Children in Need
Pop group S Club 7 are to reunite for the first time in more than a decade for the BBC's Children in Need next month.
Physics reveals how nature sparkles
Researchers reveal that the same physical mechanism is behind many of nature's most dazzling shines.
Kruis among uncapped England trio
England call up three uncapped players for the autumn internationals in Semesa Rokoduguni, George Kruis and Calum Clark.
Serena in heaviest loss for 16 years
World number one Serena Williams is beaten by Simona Halep at the WTA Finals in her heaviest defeat for 16 years.
Froome may skip 2015 Tour de France
Britain's Chris Froome has revealed he may not compete in the 2015 Tour de France as the route is unveiled.
Kompany angered by away fans ban
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany says it was unfair to exclude away fans after a 2-2 Champions League draw at CSKA Moscow.
How 'Barney Rubble' toppled Real
As Liverpool prepare to take on Real Madrid, ex-Reds defender Alan Kennedy recalls beating the Spaniards in the 1981 European Cup final.
Homebase accelerates store closures
Home Retail Group says that store closures at Homebase will be accelerated, with the number of outlets cut by 25% by 2019.
VIDEO: 'Knowledge economy' changing the north
New research suggests that what's known as the "knowledge economy" is growing faster in the north-east of England and Northern Ireland than anywhere else.
Man thrown out of Commons at PMQs
A man is thrown out of the public gallery in the House of Commons after a disturbance during Prime Minister's Questions.
VIDEO: PM challenged on girl's hospital letter
A letter written by a 10-year-old girl to David Cameron about the West Cumberland Hospital is raised at PMQs.
NICE conflicts of interests claim
A group of leading doctors and researchers has called on MPs to investigate potential conflicts of interest at the medicines watchdog, NICE.
VIDEO: Clashes on English and Welsh NHS
David Cameron and Ed Miliband accuse each other of not answering questions as they clash over NHS services.
Ofsted 'can inspect academy chains'
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan has publicly contradicted the head of Ofsted over whether the watchdog has the right to inspect academy chains.
VIDEO: Child poverty 'will divide UK'
A new report claims that the government will fail to meet its child poverty reduction targets by 2020.
Nasa shares free sounds from space
The US space agency uploads a free library of audio files, including astronaut voices.
VIDEO: New smart glasses 'look to rival Google'
BBC Click's Marc Cieslak looks at the smart glasses on show at the annual Ceatec electronics exhibition in Japan.
Slumbering lions win top photo prize
A black and white image of lions resting on a rock outcrop in the Serengeti has won the 2014 Wildlife Photographer of the Year award.
AUDIO: Are we alone in the Milky Way?
Prof Brian Cox muses on whether life here on Earth is unique within the Milky Way and what this might mean.
Bellingham's last TV interview aired
Actress Lynda Bellingham had shared her hopes for a final Christmas in a special edition of Loose Women.
AUDIO: Neil Morrissey on his very 'wet' role
Neil Morrissey talks about the set of new West End comedy Neville's Island which is set on a rain-soaked island in the Lake District
Freezer is not easier, say younger cooks
Young shoppers do not like eating food that is stored in the freezer, a survey has found. Why is it so unpopular, asks Luke Jones.
What laws currently cover trolling?
The government is planning to crack down on internet abuse. What laws are currently in place?
Dementia cash row and coma conman - the papers
Several papers report plans to pay GPs 55 for each diagnosis of dementia they make, while a man who claimed to be in a coma for two years to avoid court also features.
Boy admits killing teen over bike
A 16-year-old boy pleads guilty in court to murdering another boy in Brixton over the sale of a 90 bicycle.
'Fake' Premier League star jailed
A former footballer who posed as a Chelsea player to live a lavish lifestyle is jailed for fraud.
Smith Commission to hold first talks
A commission to consider more powers for the Scottish Parliament is to hold its first full meeting later.
'Appalling' treatment of shot Scot
The Prime Minister has stepped into the row over an Edinburgh father sentenced to death in Pakistan for blasphemy.
Cahill 'very courageous' - Irish PM
The Irish prime minister describes a woman who claims she was raped as a teenager and later interrogated by the IRA as "a force to be reckoned with".
Met 'asked NIO for Downey letter'
The Metropolitan Police asked the Northern Ireland Office for a copy of a letter that said a suspected IRA bomber was not wanted, Westminster's On the Runs inquiry is told.
Addict kills days after prison exit
A heroin addict is found guilty of murdering a man just five days after coming out of jail and using his money for a drug deal.
Miliband 'terrified' of NHS failure
David Cameron says Ed Miliband is "totally terrified" of Labour's Welsh NHS "failure" while the Labour leader accuses him of "smearing the NHS in Wales".
DR Congo doctor wins Sakharov prize
A doctor from the Democratic Republic of Congo wins Europe's Sakharov human rights prize for helping thousands of gang rape victims.
Somali teenager 'stoned to death'
An Islamic court has stoned an 18-year-old to death in southern Somalia after convicting him of raping a woman, a pro-Islamist news site reports.
Protest group ends Islamabad sit-in
Supporters of a leading anti-government cleric in Pakistan end a two-month protest in the capital Islamabad against PM Nawaz Sharif, but others remain.
S Korea takes down 'Christmas tree'
South Korea takes down a "Christmas tree" tower on the border with North Korea, but says it was for safety reasons not to appease the North.
MEPs back Juncker EU Commission team
The new European Commission led by Jean-Claude Juncker gets strong backing from MEPs after some tough questioning.
U-boat found with ship it sank
The wrecks of a German U-boat and a merchant vessel it sank in the Battle of the Atlantic are found 30 miles off the coast of North Carolina.
Mexican soldiers 'killed suspects'
A Mexican human rights body accuses eight soldiers of killing 12 suspects in cold blood and tampering with the evidence to make it look like a shoot-out.
Press freedom in Americas 'worsens'
Press freedom in the Americas has seen a "marked deterioration" in the past six months, according to the Inter American Press Association.
US probes 'stray Syria air drop'
The US Pentagon says it is examining an Islamic State video appearing to show militants with a weapons bundle intended for Kurdish fighters.
UN chief plans Gaza conflict inquiry
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon says he is setting up an inquiry into attacks on UN facilities during Israel's recent offensive in the Gaza Strip.
Ebola: US restricts airport arrivals
US rules requiring air passengers from the three West African countries worst hit by Ebola to travel via one of five airports come into effect.
US editor Ben Bradlee dies at 93
Ben Bradlee, the editor of the Washington Post during the Watergate scandal that toppled President Nixon, has died aged 93, the newspaper says.
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
Lynda Bellingham: Career in pictures
Actress Lynda Bellingham's career on screen
Day in pictures: 20 October
24 hours of news images: 20 October
In pictures: Kashmir floods aftermath
Aftermath of worst flooding in Indian-administered Kashmir
Week in pictures: 11-17 October 2014
News photos from around the world
From silver mine to wet plate
From silver mine to wet plate in Peru
VIDEO: European Parliament
The Foreign Affairs Committee approves the EU trade deal with Moldova
VIDEO: Military reburials for WW1 soldiers
A reburial service has been taking place in northern France for 15 British World War One soldiers, exactly one hundred years after they were killed in battle.
VIDEO: Obama responds to jealous boyfriend
President Barack Obama found himself in an awkward situation at the voting booth in Chicago on Monday, when a man walked past and told him not to touch his girlfriend.
VIDEO: Hotel claw hammer attacker guilty
A man who beat three sisters with a hammer in a central London hotel has been found guilty of attempted murder.
VIDEO: Pregnant Kate appears in public
The pregnant Duchess of Cambridge has made her first public appearance since an announcement that she was suffering from acute morning sickness.
VIDEO: Doctor on sister's Ebola death
Dr Olivet Buck died after contracting Ebola while treating patients in Freetown, Sierra Leone.
VIDEO: Bondi Beach surfers fight depression
Grant Trebilco started Fluro Fridays on Australia's Bondi Beach to help fight his own bipolar disorder - now more than 100 surfers join him each week.
VIDEO: Storm leaves one dead and four hurt
A woman dies after being hit by a falling tree in high winds in London, while three people are injured in a separate incident in West Sussex.
VIDEO: Oscar Pistorius begins jail sentence
Oscar Pistorius has been sentenced to five years in prison after he was found guilty of the culpable homicide of Reeva Steenkamp.
Remembering Ben Bradlee
Remembering the swashbuckling Watergate editor Ben Bradlee
Hong Kong's political haircut
The political confrontation in a Hong Kong hair salon
Who wants to play Rupert Murdoch?
Australian playwright on media baron's rise to power
Tales from the India Office
Tales from the days when British diplomats ran the Gulf
How safe is mouldy food to eat?
How safe is it to eat mouldy food?
Can data predict the perfect entrepreneur?
Why being over 40 makes you the perfect entrepreneur
Debt campaigners tear up student loans
The people who buy and then cancel student debt
Disabled students: 'I wish I'd known that'
'Things I wish I?d known on day one'
Devolve to make us richer?
Would we be richer if more powers were transferred to big cities?
Tesco, what went wrong?
What really went wrong at Tesco?

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 World News
WHO crisis team holds Ebola talks
The World Health Organization's emergency committee is holding talks on travel restrictions and screening measures on the Ebola outbreak.
Syria air force 'steps up strikes'
The Syrian military has stepped up its air strikes on rebel-held areas dramatically, carrying out more than 200 in recent days, activists say.
Shots fired near Canada parliament
Multiple shots have been fired at the National War Memorial in Ottawa, just steps from the nation's parliament.
Protests at HK leader's residence
Protesters in Hong Kong march to the chief executive's residence, criticising his comments against giving the poor too much political influence.
Sweden could use force in sub hunt
Sweden could use weapons in the search for a suspected foreign submarine near the capital Stockholm, a senior naval official tells the BBC.
Total plane crash driver 'got lost'
A snowplough driver at a Moscow airport says he lost his bearings before a collision with a plane that killed Total oil boss Christophe de Margerie.
MEPs back Juncker EU Commission team
MEPs vote by a large majority in support of the new European Commission led by Jean-Claude Juncker.
S Korea takes down 'Christmas tree'
South Korea takes down a "Christmas tree" tower on the border with North Korea, but says it was for safety reasons not to appease the North.
Canada lifts terror threat level
Canada raises its terrorism threat level to medium - but stresses there is no specific threat - after two soldiers were attacked in Quebec.
US editor Ben Bradlee dies at 93
Ben Bradlee, the editor of the Washington Post during the Watergate scandal that toppled President Nixon, has died aged 93, the newspaper says.
Somali teenager 'stoned to death'
An Islamic court has stoned an 18-year-old to death in southern Somalia after convicting him of raping a woman, a pro-Islamist news site reports.
Indian girl, 3, 'raped' in school
Police in India investigate the alleged rape of a three-year-old girl in her school in the city of Bangalore.
U-boat found with ship it sank
U-boat found off US coast with ship it sank
Toy store pulls Breaking Bad dolls
Toy store pulls Breaking Bad dolls
Ebola: US restricts airport arrivals
US rules requiring air passengers from the three West African countries worst hit by Ebola to travel via one of five airports come into effect.
Infant bodies found in Canada locker
The bodies of up to four infants "of a very young age" have been found in a storage locker in Winnipeg, say police.
Mexican soldiers 'killed suspects'
A Mexican human rights body accuses eight soldiers of killing 12 suspects in cold blood and tampering with the evidence to make it look like a shoot-out.
Press freedom in Americas 'worsens'
Press freedom in the Americas has seen a "marked deterioration" in the past six months, according to the Inter American Press Association.
DR Congo doctor wins Sakharov prize
A doctor from the Democratic Republic of Congo wins Europe's Sakharov human rights prize for helping thousands of gang rape victims.
Slumbering lions win top photo prize
A black and white image of lions resting on a rock outcrop in the Serengeti has won the 2014 Wildlife Photographer of the Year award.
Protest group ends Islamabad sit-in
Supporters of a leading anti-government cleric in Pakistan end a two-month protest in the capital Islamabad against PM Nawaz Sharif, but others remain.
US Marine held for Philippine murder
A US Marine accused of murdering a transgender woman in the Philippines is moved to a Philippine army base, but fails to attend an initial hearing.
DJ Mike Read withdraws UKIP song
Former BBC Radio 1 DJ Mike Read requests a song he wrote in support of UKIP be withdrawn from sale following complaints it was racist.
Ukraine faces cluster bomb claim
Ukraine attacked populated areas of Donetsk with cluster bombs, banned by many states, a leading human rights group says.
US probes 'stray Syria air drop'
The US Pentagon says it is examining an Islamic State video appearing to show militants with a weapons bundle intended for Kurdish fighters.
UN chief plans Gaza conflict inquiry
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon says he is setting up an inquiry into attacks on UN facilities during Israel's recent offensive in the Gaza Strip.
Legal challenge over abuse inquiry
A legal challenge is launched into the choice of Fiona Woolf as the chair of the inquiry investigating historical child abuse as political pressure grows.
PM: Buck stops with me on criminals
Prime Minister David Cameron tells MPs the "buck stops with me" when it comes to deporting foreign criminals from the UK.
Total names new heads after boss dies
Oil giant Total appoints a new chief executive and new chairman to replace Christophe de Margerie who died in a plane crash in Moscow on Monday.
Boeing raises annual profit forecast
Aerospace giant Boeing has raised its forecast for profits this year and says it has a record backlog of orders.
Microsoft to phase out Nokia name
Microsoft is ditching the Nokia brand name from new devices, less than a year after acquiring the Finnish mobile firm.
Froome may skip 2015 Tour de France
Britain's Chris Froome has revealed he may not compete in the 2015 Tour de France as the route is unveiled.
Kompany angered by away fans ban
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany says it was unfair to exclude away fans after a 2-2 Champions League draw at CSKA Moscow.
Kruis among uncapped England trio
England call up three uncapped players for the autumn internationals in Semesa Rokoduguni, George Kruis and Calum Clark.
Bush calls comeback 'extraordinary'
Singer Kate Bush says her recent run of 22 comeback concerts was "one of the most extraordinary experiences" of her life.
S Club reunite for Children in Need
Pop group S Club 7 are to reunite for the first time in more than a decade for the BBC's Children in Need next month.
Bellingham's last TV interview aired
Actress Lynda Bellingham had shared her hopes for a final Christmas in a special edition of Loose Women.
VIDEO: Training for safe Ebola burials
As the Ebola outbreak claims 20 lives a day in Sierra Leone, the BBC's Tulip Mazumdar reports from the capital Freetown on how volunteers are being trained to carry out safe burials.
VIDEO: The city hoping to be independent state
Steve Rosenberg visits two cities in rebel held Ukraine which will be boycotting the forthcoming parliamentary elections.
VIDEO: Protests outside HK leader's house
Protesters gather outside of the residence of Hong Kong's leader, CY Leung, in protest at his recent comments on extending democracy.
VIDEO: Swedish search for 'foreign sub' in bay
Naval vessels searching Swedish waters for a suspected foreign submarine are focusing on a bay near the capital, Stockholm.
VIDEO: Is it sinful to pet a dog?
Many people in the Muslim-majority nation of Malaysia believe it's sinful to be in contact with a dog, but one man is trying to change that perception by putting on a canine event.
VIDEO: Paralysed man walks after cell surgery
A paralysed man has been able to walk again after a pioneering therapy that involved transplanting cells from his nasal cavity into his spinal cord.
VIDEO: Obama responds to jealous boyfriend
President Barack Obama found himself in an awkward situation at the voting booth in Chicago on Monday, when a man walked past and told him not to touch his girlfriend.
VIDEO: 'Nazis' who left US still got benefits
The US government has paid dozens of suspected Nazi war criminals millions of dollars in Social Security benefits after forcing them to leave the US.
Ebola crisis: My son's survival saved me
Son saves father from despair of family loss
Who wants to play Rupert Murdoch?
Australian playwright on media baron's rise to power
Organic genderless gingerbread debated
They're organic, vegan, and they're definitely not 'men'
Philippines feels force of China travel warning
China travel warning baffles Philippine resorts
Hong Kong's political haircut
Politics sparks confrontation in a Hong Kong salon
Can a mining town survive a shutdown?
Can a remote mining town in Australia survive a shutdown?
The Hindu hardliners who see Modi as their own
Is India's hardline Hindu group RSS flexing its muscles?
VIDEO: The famine report that shocked the world
How a government minister sought relief for a country in crisis
Debt campaigners tear up student loans
The people who buy and then cancel US student loans

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 Entertainment News
DJ Mike Read withdraws UKIP song
Former BBC Radio 1 DJ Mike Read requests a song he wrote in support of UKIP be withdrawn from sale following complaints it was racist.
Bellingham's last TV interview aired
Actress Lynda Bellingham had shared her hopes for a final Christmas in a special edition of Loose Women.
S Club reunite for Children in Need
Pop group S Club 7 are to reunite for the first time in more than a decade for the BBC's Children in Need next month.
Kasabian beat Kate Bush at Q Awards
Rock band Kasabian beat Kate Bush to the prizes for best live act and best act in the world at the Q Awards in London.
BBC Radio 3 'will not dumb down'
New BBC Radio 3 controller Alan Davey says the station will continue to offer "complex culture" despite being overtaken in the ratings by 6 Music.
Channel 4 plans IS fighter drama
A drama about British Muslims who sign up to fight for militant group Islamic State (IS) is being made by UK broadcaster Channel 4.
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.
Bush calls comeback 'extraordinary'
Singer Kate Bush says her recent run of 22 comeback concerts was "one of the most extraordinary experiences" of her life.
Kesha denied Dr Luke sex claims in 2011
US singer Kesha said her long-term producer Dr Luke never had sex with her, nor gave her drugs, in a deposition given three years ago.
Kenny G visits Hong Kong protests
US saxophonist Kenny G visits Hong Kong protest sites, prompting Beijing to repeat its warning for foreigners to stay out of domestic affairs.
Neville's Island play makes a splash
Actor Neil Morrissey describes the set of new West End comedy Neville's Island as the most uncomfortable he has ever worked on.
Toy store pulls Breaking Bad dolls
US chain Toys R Us pulls four action figures based on characters from the popular TV drama Breaking Bad, following a petition for their removal.
Banksy's Pierced Eardrum vandalised
A new mural by street artist Banksy in Bristol is vandalised less than 24 hours after the work appeared.
Designer Oscar de la Renta mourned
The Dominican Republic declares Wednesday an official day of mourning for Dominican-born fashion designer Oscar de la Renta, who has died at 82.
Protests against controversial opera
Politicians including former Mayor Rudy Giuliani protest against controversial opera The Death of Klinghoffer.
Turtles attack UK box office
The reboot of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has topped the UK and Ireland box office, ending Gone Girl's two week run at the top.
Brad Pitt's Fury closes festival
Brad Pitt says he hopes his new film Fury recognised the trauma suffered by soldiers in World War Two as it closes this year's BFI London Film Festival.
Easy Rider motorcycle sold for $1.35m
A customised motorcycle said to have featured in 1969 film Easy Rider is auctioned for $1.35m (838,821), despite claims it is not authentic.
Mary J Blige to sing at 1Xtra Live
Mary J Blige will perform alongside Rick Ross, Krept & Konan and Jess Glynne at the National Indoor Arena in November at 1Xtra Live.
Timberlake settles Heat legal action
Celebrity magazine Heat apologises to actor and singer Justin Timberlake and his wife Jessica Biel after publishing a "false and unfounded story" questioning their marriage.
Baker Street saxophone player dies
The musician behind one of the most recognisable saxophone solos - on Gerry Rafferty's hit Baker Street - has died, it is announced.
Ambassador demands Top Gear apology
The Argentine ambassador to the UK calls for the BBC to make a public apology following the row over an edition of Top Gear filmed in the South American country.
BBC Trust boss backs licence fee
The new head of the BBC Trust says she believes the licence fee is the best way to fund the corporation.
Katie Morag leads kids' Bafta nods
CBeebies drama Katie Morag, based on the books by Mairi Hedderwick, leads this year's British Academy Children's Awards with three nominations.
AUDIO: Neil Morrissey on his very 'wet' role
Neil Morrissey talks about the set of new West End comedy Neville's Island which is set on a rain-soaked island in the Lake District
VIDEO: Hollywood honours McConaughey
Actor Matthew McConaughey was honoured by the American Cinematique on Tuesday night.
VIDEO: Lions picture wins photography prize
Michael Nichols wins Wildlife photographer of the year for his photograph of a pride of snoozing lions
VIDEO: Daniel finds dark side at Horns premiere
Actor Daniel Radcliffe attended the premiere of his latest film Horns which tells the story of a young man wrongly accused of murder
VIDEO: Ahern: 'I love the human spirit'
Author Cecilia Ahern talks about Love, Rosie - the film adaptation of her second novel and the publication of her 11th novel The Year I Met You.
VIDEO: Norton: I wish I was more rebellious
Chat show star Graham Norton joined BBC Breakfast to talk about his career and why he sometimes wishes he was more rebellious.
VIDEO: Star Wars for the senses
A Star Wars sci-fi convention has been set up for people with disabilities. Feel the Force Day was set up so that as many people as possible could access and experience Star Wars
VIDEO: Designer Oscar de la Renta dies
US fashion designer Oscar de la Renta, who dressed former first ladies Jackie Kennedy and Hillary Clinton, has died aged 82, US media report.
Remembering Ben Bradlee
Jim Naughtie recalls dazzling Watergate editor Ben Bradlee
The Ting Tings rediscover disco
The Ting Tings return with a new disco-vibe album
Who wants to play Rupert Murdoch?
Australian playwright on media baron's rise to power
Oscar de la Renta: Life and work in pictures
The life and work of US fashion designer Oscar de la Renta
Photographing Gandalf and a general
The photographer who snapped Gandalf and Jean-Luc Picard
Life Story with David Attenborough
David Attenborough on the journey through life
Will we podcast in virtual reality?
How virtual reality could disrupt podcasting

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