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Mitchell called PCs plebs, judge says
A judge says he is satisfied former chief whip Andrew Mitchell called police officers "plebs" as he rules against the MP in a High Court libel action.
Scotland 'should set income tax'
Scotland's income tax rates and bands should be set by its parliament, commission on devolving power recommends.
Builder held over double murder
Lithuanian builder Viktoras Bruzas arrested by police investigating double murder in Surrey
UK net migration rises to 260,000
The government is set to miss its immigration targets as net migration to the UK reaches its highest level since the 2010 general election.
Woman wins £337m in divorce case
The American wife of London financier Sir Chris Hohn, Jamie Cooper-Hohn, is awarded £337m by a High Court judge in a divorce case.
Sex abuse gangs jailed for grooming
Two gangs of men are convicted of a string of child sex crimes in Bristol involving the abuse, rape and prostitution of teenage girls.
Food bug affects 70% of shop chickens
More than 70% of fresh chickens being sold in the UK are contaminated with the Campylobacter bug, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) reveals.
Crime author PD James dies aged 94
Best-selling novelist PD James, who created crime-fighting sleuth Adam Dalgliesh, dies at the age of 94.
Afghan attack hits UK embassy car
A suicide bomber strikes a UK embassy vehicle in the Afghan capital Kabul, with a British worker and an Afghan staff member among those killed.
Australia batsman Phillip Hughes dies
Australia cricketer Phillip Hughes dies in hospital, two days after being hit on the neck by a ball during a match in Sydney.
Brazil legend Pele in hospital
Brazil legend Pele is transferred to a special care unit in Sao Paulo following treatment for a urinary infection.
Oil prices plunge after Opec meeting
Crude oil prices slump after the Opec oil producers' cartel decides not to cut output.
VIDEO: McBusted: 'Making it up as we go along'
It started out with an impromptu gig performance and led to a UK tour that sold out within minutes - it's been a busy year for McBusted.
VIDEO: Crayon craze: Can adults colour in?
Adult colouring-in books are outselling cookery books in France. But will it catch on in the UK too?
VIDEO: Faces transformed with digital masks
The computer project which can change what you look like in real-time
VIDEO: Parrots find home in Caracas
Caracas, the Venezuelan capital, is notorious for its crime and pollution, but it also, somewhat strangely for a city, has a thriving population of macaws.
VIDEO: Extreme weather and its risk to lives
Climate change and population growth will hugely increase the risk to people from extreme weather, a report says.
VIDEO: Life in the UK as a Romanian migrant
It has been almost a year since restrictions were lifted on Bulgarian and Romanian migrants, leaving them free to come and work in the UK.
VIDEO: Obama pardons Thanksgiving turkeys
Barack Obama carries out the annual White House tradition of pardoning two turkeys, preventing them from becoming Thanksgiving dinner.
VIDEO: Magazine for drug users goes on sale
A magazine which allows drug users to make money to fund their habit has gone on sale in east London.
How much will the chancellor give the NHS?
Will be £1.5bn or could it be £2bn? That's the debate around the higher echelons of the NHS in England as they await Chancellor George Osborne's Autumn Statement next week.
The sensitive aircraft carrier issue
The first fighters to operate from the Royal Navy's new aircraft carrier could be American, BBC Newsnight has learned. Mark Urban explores the sensitive nature of the aircraft carrier issue for the UK.
Potent and provocative symbol of the flag
Flags can convey powerful - and often very unpalatable - messages, says Mark Mardell,
Are Scotland's new tax and spending powers fair?
Possibly the most important economic decisions relating to Scotland's new powers, on the size of the grant Scotland will receive in future and how much it can borrow, are yet to be taken.
More powers for Scotland explained
The Holyrood parliament in Edinburgh is on course to receiving new powers, including on income tax, VAT and airport duty - but what will this mean for Scotland and the rest of the UK. Follow this explainer to find out more....
Lewis Hamilton: A photographer's view
Press Association photographer David Davies looks back at the race that clinched the Formula 1 title for Lewis Hamilton.
VIDEO: What is Opec? In 60 seconds
BBC News looks at the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) and its challenges, amid a slump in global crude oil prices.
Vinyl record sales hit 18-year high
More than one million vinyl records have been sold in the UK so far this year - the first time the milestone has been achieved since 1996.
War and Peace to take over Radio 4
A 10-hour production of Tolstoy's epic novel War and Peace, featuring John Hurt, will dominate BBC Radio 4's output on New Year's Day.
Sporting world rallies around Abbott
The cricketing world is rallying around bowler Sean Abbott amid fears he may never play again after Phillip Hughes's death.
Hughes the 'uncomplicated natural'
ABC commentator Jim Maxwell plays tribute to the "phlegmatic, laconic and affable" Phillip Hughes, who has died aged 25.
Double points scrapped next season
Formula 1 bosses agree to ditch the controversial double points scheme for next season.
Hughes injury 'incredibly rare'
The injury that claimed the life of Australia batsman Phillip Hughes has been described as "incredibly rare".
Phillip Hughes: Reactions in quotes
Well-known Australians and cricket figures pay tribute to Phillip Hughes, who has died aged 25 after being hit by a ball.
European MPs want Google break-up
A landmark vote at the European Parliament has called for Google's search business to be separated from its other businesses.
PM accused of immigration 'failure'
David Cameron faces criticism from his rival party leaders as new figures show net migration has gone up since the 2010 election.
VIDEO: Why stand as an election no-hoper?
Most by-elections have a raft of candidates who have no hope of winning, or even saving their deposit.
Ebola vaccine trial 'promising'
The first human trial of an experimental vaccine against Ebola suggests that it is safe and may help the immune system to combat the virus.
AUDIO: Schizophrenia assumptions challenged
A report published on Thursday challenges received wisdom about the nature of schizophrenia.
School apologises over gay Bible row
A Belfast school has apologised after complaints were made about a worksheet on religious views on homosexuality.
VIDEO: How to hack a molecular microscope
A PhD student from Brunel University London has saved himself £100,000 by 'hacking' his own kit.
UK swells list of banned websites
The High Court bans a further 53 piracy sites, more than doubling the number that the UK's leading net providers must block.
VIDEO: Faces transformed with digital masks
The computer project which can change what you look like in real-time
Risk from extreme weather rises
Royal Society says combination of population growth and climate change will increase danger to cities.
VIDEO: Extreme weather and its risk to lives
Climate change and population growth will hugely increase the risk to people from extreme weather, a report says.
Peter Kay brings back Phoenix Nights
Peter Kay is bringing back his hit TV show Phoenix Nights for two live shows in aid of Comic Relief.
VIDEO: 'There was nothing cosy about her work'
The novelist, PD James, one of the most respected British crime writers, has died at the age of 94.
Caption Challenge: Fiery demon
It's the Caption Challenge. Oh yes it is.
Why Nick Drake is not the patron saint of the miserable
The singer-songwriter's melancholy legend does his music a disservice.
Body parts killer guilty of murder
A man who stabbed his father to death and put his dismembered body into storage boxes, which he used as a TV stand, is convicted of murder.
Manhunt after pair stabbed to death
A manhunt is under way after a husband and wife in their 50s were found stabbed to death in their home in Surrey.
Craig Whyte held at Heathrow Airport
Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte is arrested after arriving in the UK from Mexico where he had been detained.
Scottish Widows to cut 130 jobs
Scottish Widows is to cut 130 jobs across the UK as part of a restructuring of its pensions and investments businesses.
Rail and bus fares could increase
Rail and bus fare increases above the 3% rate of inflation "cannot be ruled out" as a result of proposed budget cuts at the Department for Regional Development (DRD).
Man held in McConville investigation
The well known republican Bobby Storey has been arrested as part of the overall investigation into the abduction and murder of Jean McConville in 1972.
Care home boss guilty of sex charges
A man who ran a series of children's homes in north Wales is guilty of sexually assaulting youngsters in his care in a campaign of abuse spanning decades.
Terminally ill woman settles claim
A terminally ill mother-of-two who said she would have been cured of her cancer had she been diagnosed earlier settles her case.
SA ventriloquist beats gagging order
A South African ventriloquist appears in court with his dummy to successfully challenge a gagging order.
Ghana appoint Grant as new coach
Ghana appoint former Chelsea boss Avram Grant as their new coach six weeks before the start of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations.
Indian girls 'killed themselves'
Two Indian teenagers found hanged in May took their own lives, federal investigators say, contradicting reports they were gang-raped and murdered.
India troops in Kashmir gun battle
At least 10 people are killed in a gun battle between Indian troops and suspected Pakistani militants in the disputed territory of Kashmir.
Spain is not corrupt, says PM Rajoy
Spanish leader Mariano Rajoy tells MPs that most politicians are not corrupt, a day after his health minister stepped down over a kick-back scandal.
Ukraine in anti-corruption pledge
Ukraine's new parliament meets for the first time, as the president says he intends to nominate a foreigner to lead the country's anti-corruption efforts.
Mexican president to overhaul police
Mexico's president announces plans for a massive overhaul of police, in the wake of the disappearance of 43 students in September.
Colombia rebels release two soldiers
Colombia's Farc rebels release two soldiers taken hostage earlier this month, a first step towards resuming peace talks.
Israel 'foils Jerusalem attacks'
Israel says it has uncovered a Hamas cell in the West Bank that was planning to carry out a series of attacks in Jerusalem, including one on a stadium.
Yemen raid missed Western hostages
US and Yemeni troops who freed eight people held by al-Qaeda in a raid in eastern Yemen this week were looking for Western hostages who had been moved.
Tensions ease in protest-hit Ferguson
A level of calm returns to the streets of Ferguson after two nights of unrest, although dozens of protesters have been arrested in California.
US police release boy shooting tapes
A 12-year-old shot and fatally wounded by police in the US city of Cleveland was told to show his hands three times before officers opened fire, say officials.
Federal UK and 2m gastric ops - front pages
Plans to devolve powers controlling income tax to Scotland fill the front pages, along with suggestions that more people could have weight loss surgery.
Your pictures: Insects
Readers' photos on the theme of "insects"
Day in pictures: 26 November 2014
24 hours of news images: 25 November
In pictures: Ferguson riots aftermath
Scenes of widespread damage in Ferguson
Picture power: Pausing the moment
Story behind an image of a student protest
Day in pictures: 25 November 2014
24 hours of news images: 25 November
In pictures: Ruling sparks rioting in US town of Ferguson
Night of unrest follows a jury's decision
The dangerous beauty of the Himalayas
The dangerous beauty of the Himalayas
Week in pictures: 15-21 November 2014
The best news photos from around the world
VIDEO: Public Accounts Committee
MPs take evidence on flood risk management.
VIDEO: Hail storm causes chaos in Brisbane
A powerful storm cut power to tens of thousands of homes and businesses in Brisbane, Australia, bringing "golf ball-sized" hailstones with it.
VIDEO: Most shop chicken contaminated
The Food Standards Agency has warned that 70% of fresh chickens sold in UK shops are contaminated with the Campylobacter bug.
VIDEO: Care home boss guilty of sex charges
A man who ran children's homes in north Wales is found guilty of sexually assaulting youngsters in a campaign of abuse spanning decades.
VIDEO: Tamir Rice shot 'within two seconds'
Video footage of the fatal shooting of a 12-year-old in Cleveland shows he was shot within two seconds of the police arriving.
VIDEO: 'His best cricket was still ahead of him'
James Sutherland, the chief executive of Cricket Australia, spoke of the affection and respect for Phillip Hughes from around Australia and the rest of the world.
VIDEO: Drone flight over illegal Essex tip
An illegal fly-tip in Purfleet, Essex has grown to almost a mile long provoking anger from people living nearby
VIDEO: The longest-serving political leader in UK
Howling Laud Hope is the UK's longest-serving political leader but has never won an election or saved his deposit.
VIDEO: UKIP new boy heckled in Commons
Mark Reckless faces noisy scenes as he puts his first question to the prime minister since his election as a UKIP MP.
Tracing the Ebola outbreak
How one boy?s death triggered Ebola outbreak
Quiz: How much do you know about migration?
How much do you know about migration?
Phillip Hughes: How is the brain injured?
How is the brain injured and protected from injury?
How easy is it to push a plane?
How many people does it take to push a plane?
'It wasn't care, it was like hell'
The story of one victim of paedophile care home boss
How I drank urine and bat blood to survive
How I drank bat blood and urine to survive in the Sahara
Black Friday: Boxing Day sales come early?
Boxing day sales come early to the UK?
VIDEO: Understanding America's 'ugliest accent'
Which US state do Americans love to bash?
Dancing woman flouts Iranian rules
Woman on subway flouts Iran's dress code

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 World News
Oil prices plunge after Opec meeting
Crude oil prices slump after the Opec oil producers' cartel decides not to cut output.
Mexican president to overhaul police
Mexico's president announces plans for a massive overhaul of police, in the wake of the disappearance of 43 students in September.
Australia batsman Phillip Hughes dies
Australia cricketer Phillip Hughes dies in hospital, two days after being hit on the neck by a ball during a match in Sydney.
European MPs want Google break-up
A landmark vote at the European Parliament has called for Google's search business to be separated from its other businesses.
Indian girls 'killed themselves'
Two Indian teenagers found hanged in May took their own lives, federal investigators say, contradicting reports they were gang-raped and murdered.
Afghan attack hits UK embassy car
A suicide bomber strikes a UK embassy vehicle in the Afghan capital Kabul, with a British worker and an Afghan staff member among those killed.
Israel 'foils Jerusalem attacks'
Israel says it has uncovered a Hamas cell in the West Bank that was planning to carry out a series of attacks in Jerusalem, including one on a stadium.
Tensions ease in protest-hit Ferguson
A level of calm returns to the streets of Ferguson after two nights of unrest, although dozens of protesters have been arrested in California.
Libya cafe bombed over graphic video
A fast-food restaurant in the capital Tripoli is bombed overnight after a video showing a worker defiling food in its kitchen.
Spain is not corrupt, says PM Rajoy
Spanish leader Mariano Rajoy tells MPs that most politicians are not corrupt, a day after his health minister stepped down over a kick-back scandal.
Yemen raid missed Western hostages
US and Yemeni troops who freed eight people held by al-Qaeda in a raid in eastern Yemen this week were looking for Western hostages who had been moved.
Brazil legend Pele in hospital
Brazil legend Pele is transferred to a special care unit in Sao Paulo following treatment for a urinary infection.
SA ventriloquist beats gagging order
A South African ventriloquist appears in court with his dummy to successfully challenge a gagging order.
Colombia hippo sterilisations begin
Vets in Colombia begin to sterilise hippos descended from animals shipped to a private zoo which belonged to the infamous drug baron, Pablo Escobar.
Woman wins £337m in divorce case
The American wife of London financier Sir Chris Hohn, Jamie Cooper-Hohn, is awarded £337m by a High Court judge in a divorce case.
US police release boy shooting tapes
A 12-year-old shot and fatally wounded by police in the US city of Cleveland was told to show his hands three times before officers opened fire, say officials.
Colombia rebels release two soldiers
Colombia's Farc rebels release two soldiers taken hostage earlier this month, a first step towards resuming peace talks.
Brazil sees fall in Amazon tree loss
Brazil says deforestation in the Amazon rainforest has dropped by 18% in the past year, but campaigners dispute the figures.
Ebola vaccine trial 'promising'
The first human trial of an experimental vaccine against Ebola suggests that it is safe and may help the immune system to combat the virus.
Ghana appoint Grant as new coach
Ghana appoint former Chelsea boss Avram Grant as their new coach six weeks before the start of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations.
India troops in Kashmir gun battle
At least 10 people are killed in a gun battle between Indian troops and suspected Pakistani militants in the disputed territory of Kashmir.
Malaysia PM reverses sedition pledge
Malaysian PM Najib Razak goes back on a pledge to repeal a controversial sedition law, saying it will instead be strengthened.
Ukraine in anti-corruption pledge
Ukraine's new parliament meets for the first time, as the president says he intends to nominate a foreigner to lead the country's anti-corruption efforts.
French trial over Tel Aviv car death
Two Frenchmen go on trial in Paris over a hit-and-run accident in which a young Israeli woman was killed by a speeding car in Tel Aviv in 2011.
Syrian hack attack forces pop-ups
A number of websites have been compromised to display a message from a group identifying itself as the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA).
Egyptian youths jailed over protests
A court in Egypt sends 78 boys under the age of 18 to prison for taking part in protests in support of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Mitchell called PCs plebs, judge says
A judge says he is satisfied former chief whip Andrew Mitchell called police officers "plebs" as he rules against the MP in a High Court libel action.
Scotland 'should set income tax'
The Scottish Parliament should have the power to set income tax rates and bands, the body on strengthening devolution recommends.
German jobless rate hits record low
Germany's unemployment rate has hit a record low of 6.6%, but falling inflation has raised eurozone deflation fears.
Philippines economy slows sharply
Growth in the Philippine economy slowed sharply in the third quarter due to weaker growth in all sectors, the government announces.
East Coast rail winner announced
A joint venture between Stagecoach and Virgin wins the franchise to run the East Coast mainline rail route, which has been in public hands since 2009.
Sporting world rallies around Abbott
The cricketing world is rallying around bowler Sean Abbott amid fears he may never play again after Phillip Hughes's death.
Hughes injury 'incredibly rare'
The injury that claimed the life of Australia batsman Phillip Hughes has been described as "incredibly rare".
India match off after Hughes death
A match between a Cricket Australia XI and India is cancelled after the death of Australia Test batsman Phillip Hughes.
Crime author PD James dies aged 94
Best-selling novelist PD James, who created crime-fighting sleuth Adam Dalgliesh, dies at the age of 94.
Rocky Horror sequel set for London
Shock Treatment, the sequel to cult hit Rocky Horror Picture Show, is to be adapted for the stage in London.
Peter Kay brings back Phoenix Nights
Peter Kay is bringing back his hit TV show Phoenix Nights for two live shows in aid of Comic Relief.
VIDEO: Snow and rain calms Ferguson protest
After two days of unrest, the streets of Ferguson in Missouri were mostly quiet on Wednesday night, as Rajini Vaidyanathan reports.
VIDEO: Greece rescues 700 migrants from ship
Greek authorities have rescued over 700 migrants from a cargo ship which lost engine power in gale-force winds.
VIDEO: Tamir Rice shot 'within two seconds'
Video footage of the fatal shooting of a 12-year-old in Cleveland shows he was shot within two seconds of the police arriving.
VIDEO: Passengers rally to push 'frozen' plane
Passengers due to take a flight in Siberia had to get out and push the aircraft after its brake pads froze solid.
VIDEO: Hail storm causes chaos in Brisbane
A powerful storm cut power to tens of thousands of homes and businesses in Brisbane, Australia, bringing "golf ball-sized" hailstones with it.
VIDEO: Football club pay for woman's home
Rayo Vallecano football club in Spain say they will help an evicted woman get a new home.
VIDEO: Phillip Hughes dies aged 25
BBC Sport looks back at the career of Australia batsman Phillip Hughes, who has died aged 25 after being hit on the head.
VIDEO: Parrots find home in Caracas
Caracas, the Venezuelan capital, is notorious for its crime and pollution, but it also, somewhat strangely for a city, has a thriving population of macaws.
Tracing the Ebola outbreak
How one boy?s death triggered Ebola outbreak
Drama in Vienna as Iran nuclear talks go down to the wire
How drama unfolded behind the scenes at Iran nuclear talks
Namibia's electronic election
Namibia woos young voters with electronic election
Propaganda warning over Ukraine conflict
Europe's governments told to get out of news business
Why has tribute to President Xi's marriage gone viral?
Why has tribute to President Xi's marriage gone viral?
Day in pictures: 27 November 2014
A selection of images news from around the world
Russian oil industry facing deep freeze
Oil production in Russia is hard and getting harder
Anxious times for Turkey's last Christians
Anxious times for Turkey's Christians as Pope visits
VIDEO: What is Opec? In 60 seconds
The challenges facing oil exporters as prices slump - in 60 seconds
Left to the mercy of the Taliban
The Afghan interpreters left by the US to the mercy of the Taliban
Can Barbie conquer China?
Can the doll make it in China at the second attempt?

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 Entertainment News
Crime author PD James dies aged 94
Best-selling novelist PD James, who created crime-fighting sleuth Adam Dalgliesh, dies at the age of 94.
Peter Kay brings back Phoenix Nights
Peter Kay is bringing back his hit TV show Phoenix Nights for two live shows in aid of Comic Relief.
Rocky Horror sequel set for London
Shock Treatment, the sequel to cult hit Rocky Horror Picture Show, is to be adapted for the stage in London.
War and Peace to take over Radio 4
A 10-hour production of Tolstoy's epic novel War and Peace, featuring John Hurt, will dominate BBC Radio 4's output on New Year's Day.
Brits voters give tips for 2015
New acts George The poet, James Bay and Years and Years are being tipped for success in 2015 after being shortlisted for the Brits Critics' Choice Award.
BBC: 'More cuts will affect shows'
The BBC says it has saved more than £1bn a year through cost-cutting measures, but warns further cuts will affect the quality of programmes.
UK swells list of banned websites
The High Court bans a further 53 piracy sites, more than doubling the number that the UK's leading net providers must block.
EastEnders actress accused of harassment
EastEnders actress Linda Henry, who plays Shirley Carter in the soap, is to stand trial accused of racially aggravated harassment.
Ubisoft apologises for Assassin bugs
The head of the games studio behind Assassin's Creed Unity emails players apologising for glitches in the game and offering compensation.
Library acquires Pinter letters
The British Library has acquired a collection of more than 100 letters written by playwright Harold Pinter as a young man.
Vinyl record sales hit 18-year high
More than one million vinyl records have been sold in the UK so far this year - the first time the milestone has been achieved since 1996.
Berry wins lifetime book accolade
Great British Bake Off judge Mary Berry wins an outstanding achievement award at the Specsavers National Book Awards
One Direction make US chart history
The band become the only group to have four consecutive number one albums
Sia offers fans her Aria awards
Sia 'saddened' at being criticised for not attending the Aria Awards in Sydney and offers fans a chance to win one of her awards
Story anthology wins first book award
Irish author Colin Barrett wins the Guardian First Book Award for his debut collection of short stories, Young Skins.
Keating 'liberated' by West End debut
Boyzone singer Ronan Keating calls making his West End debut in musical Once a "liberating" if exposing experience.
Marilyn Monroe photos auctioned
A collection of photos of Marilyn Monroe collected by Welsh snooker star Dominic Dale over 25 years sells for more than £25,000 at auction.
Birdman set to soar at Spirit Awards
Showbusiness satire Birdman leads the flock at this year's Spirit Awards after being nominated for six prizes, including best film.
Star Wars and Avengers lifts Pinewood
Big budget productions including the latest Star Wars and Avengers films have helped profits higher at Pinewood Shepperton.
Steve Jobs biopic moves to Universal
Universal Pictures take on a movie based on the life of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs following Sony Pictures' departure from the project.
Take That choose Google over Spotify
Pop band Take That sign a deal to stream their new album on Google, blocking out Spotify until the new year.
Jennifer Lawrence makes UK top 40
The first single from Jennifer Lawrence has entered the mid-week chart at 29.
Lebanese diva Sabah dies, aged 87
Lebanese singer and actress Sabah, popularly known as the "Diva of Music" in the Arab world, dies at the age of 87.
Football broadcaster Montford dies
Former Scottish football broadcaster Arthur Montford, best known for STV's Scotsport programme, has died aged 85.
Witherspoon and Kidman set for TV
Oscar winning actresses Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman are to star in a TV series written by Ally McBeal writer David E Kelley.
ITV's Grantchester gets second series
ITV's detective drama Grantchester is commissioned for a second series after an average of 6.6 million viewers watched the first series.
VIDEO: 'There was nothing cosy about her work'
The novelist, PD James, one of the most respected British crime writers, has died at the age of 94.
VIDEO: Crayon craze: Can adults colour in?
Adult colouring-in books are outselling cookery books in France. But will it catch on in the UK too?
VIDEO: McBusted: 'Making it up as we go along'
It started out with an impromptu gig performance and led to a UK tour that sold out within minutes - it's been a busy year for McBusted.
VIDEO: Why can't comedians show MPs in action?
The strict guidelines that cover broadcasting Parliamentary footage need to be updated says John O'Farrell.
VIDEO: 'I found rare Shakespeare Folio'
Librarian and Medieval literature expert Rémy Cordonnier tells the BBC about the moment he discovered a rare and valuable William Shakespeare First Folio.
VIDEO: The new wave of Israeli filmmakers
Israeli directors are creating everything from westerns to cannibalistic fantasies as Talking Movies' Tom Brook has been finding out.
VIDEO: Nun's Like a Virgin hit raises eyebrows
A nun who won Italy's version of The Voice singing contest has released an album, revealing some unusual song choices.
VIDEO: Merton in 'Just a Minute' challenge
BBC Breakfast challenges comedian Paul Merton to a game of 'Just a Minute'
Photography's history to go on show
The photographic treasures set for a new exhibition
Is Band Aid 30 out of tune on Africa?
Why some Africans criticise Bob Geldof over Band Aid 30
Art made from baby's chewed objects
The artist who retrieved items from her baby's mouth
Performing poetry, on a ventilator
Performance poet on stage with a ventilator
Art and suffering unite in Geneva
How celebrated artists bear witness to human suffering

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