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Islamic State 'beheads US hostage'
An Islamic State video purporting to show the beheading of Steven Sotloff, a US journalist abducted by the group, is released.
Islamic State holding British captive
A British hostage is among those being held by Islamic State militants, Number 10 confirms.
Ashya's parents freed from prison
The parents of Ashya King are released from prison in Spain after UK prosecutors withdrew a European arrest warrant.
UK moves up global economic ranking
The UK edges up the World Economic Forum's worldwide rankings, but the group warns that the health of the global economy is at risk.
Lib Dems pledge more free childcare
The Liberal Democrats pledge 15 hours of free childcare for all two-year-olds in England, as they begin to set out pre-election policies.
Wormwood Scrubs 'filthy and unsafe'
Wormwood Scrubs prison in west London is described as "filthy" and unsafe in a report by inspectors.
DNA overturns 30-year US convictions
Two US men who spent three decades in prison for rape and murder, one on death row, are released after new DNA evidence proves their innocence.
House the elderly on NHS land - MP
Surplus NHS land should be used to build dedicated housing for older people, a former care minister says.
Allergy mistakes 'risking lives'
Thousands of lives are put at risk each year by doctors prescribing drugs that patients are known to be allergic to, the medicines watchdog says.
FM: Independence 'closer than ever'
Independence is "closer than it's ever been" claims First Minister Alex Salmond, as an opinion polling suggests gains for the "Yes" campaign.
Celebrity leaks 'no breach' - Apple
The leaking of intimate photos of celebrities from iCloud accounts was due to a theft of log-in information, not a security breach, says Apple.
New child abuse victims come forward
Twelve new victims have come forward since a report found at least 1,400 children were abused in Rotherham, South Yorkshire's chief constable says.
Gary Barlow 'settling tax affairs'
Singer Gary Barlow has said he is working with new accountants following controversy over his tax dealings.
VIDEO: Moment Ashya's parents released
Ashya King's parents have been freed from a Spanish jail, following their arrest on Saturday.
AUDIO: 'This should never have happened'
A friend of journalist Steven Sotloff, who has apparently been killed by Islamic State militants, says the UK and US need to start negotiating for hostages.
VIDEO: No more Latinate plant descriptions
The International Botany Congress decides that Latin will no longer be the primary language for formally describing new species of plants.
VIDEO: Care homes: Views from the inside
Inhabitants of a care home for the elderly in Kent talk about their experience of living and ageing there.
VIDEO: Salmond on 'democratic sensation'
First Minister Alex Salmond says the Scottish independence referendum is a "democratic sensation".
AUDIO: Tornado sweeps children away in tent
A father of three describes how his children were swept away in a tent when a mini-tornado struck their campsite.
VIDEO: Apple: Celebrity accounts hacked
The FBI are investigating allegations that the online accounts of dozens of celebrities have been hacked, allowing explicit photos to be posted on the internet.
VIDEO: Locals divided on Heathrow expansion
Residents from the areas close to Heathrow airport have mixed views on the possibility of further expansion.
Jihadist video 'horror' - the front pages
The apparent killing of a second American hostage by Islamic State militants in Syria - and the warning that a Briton will be next - dominate front pages.
All diets 'have similar results'
All diets - from Atkins to Weight Watchers - have similar results and people should simply pick the one they find easiest, say researchers.
Meadow protection plan 'backfires'
A bid to safeguard endangered wildflower meadows has backfired, according to an unpublished report by the watchdog English Nature.
Cook will not quit as ODI skipper
Alastair Cook says he will not stand down as England one-day captain despite the series defeat by India.
England 'must review Cook ODI role'
Alastair Cook's priority should be captaining England to Ashes success in 2015, says BBC cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew.
England v Norway
Everton defender John Stones will make his first start for England in Wednesday's friendly against Norway at Wembley.
Mahan, Bradley, Simpson get US picks
Keegan Bradley, Hunter Mahan and Webb Simpson are handed US captain Tom Watson's wildcards for the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles later this month.
Gallacher gets Ryder Cup wildcard
Europe captain Paul McGinley selects debutant Stephen Gallacher, Ian Poulter and Lee Westwood as his Ryder Cup wildcards.
UK seeks extra power for winter
National Grid is seeking additional electricity supplies for winter after unexpected plant shutdowns have raised fears of potential shortages.
AUDIO: Is conflict good or bad for insurers?
Bronek Masojada, chief executive of the insurance company Hiscox, analyses the effect of recent conflicts on the insurance market
Officials begin arriving for Nato
Officials from around the world start arriving in Wales later for the Nato summit which starts in Newport on Thursday.
VIDEO: 'A complete dereliction of duty'
Rotherham council, police and other agencies failed to protect vulnerable children, the Home Secretary says.
Ebola response 'lethally inadequate'
A global military intervention is needed to curb the largest ever Ebola outbreak, according to the medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres.
VIDEO: Proton therapy: UK patient access
Dr Yen-Ching Chang, the lead on Proton Beam Therapy at University College London Hospital, says the UK has comprehensive access to the therapy for patients with the highest needs.
Laptop sales soar before university
The surge in sales of laptops for students getting ready to start university has become like a "mini-Christmas", say leading retailers.
VIDEO: Do you know what 11x12 is?
BBC News asks adults to answer some of the questions that could appear on English schools' new curriculum.
Gamers take a stand against misogyny
Thousands have signed an open letter demanding change after a female video blogger received death threats.
Monkey leaders have different brains
Neuroscientists discover that primate brains show consistent differences according social status
VIDEO: The snail farm in my spare bedroom
Helen Howard started a snail farm in her spare bedroom and allotment seven years ago - now she sells to restaurants and private chefs.
Police 'incompetence' over Sir Cliff
South Yorkshire Police are accused of "sheer incompetence" by MPs in the way they dealt with the BBC over a search of Sir Cliff Richard's home.
VIDEO: David Mitchell on The Bone Clocks
Cloud Atlas author David Mitchell discusses his new novel The Bone Clocks on BBC Breakfast.
Is the UK unusually fond of lamb and potatoes?
The US ambassador to London is fed up of being served the dish. Do Britons have an exceptional taste for it?
Does limiting the power of appliances save energy?
The EU is considering limiting the power of hairdryers but will this really cut energy consumption?
Dog lead mother jailed after appeal
A mother who walked her daughter to school on a dog lead during a "campaign of cruelty" is jailed at the second time of asking.
Demolition plan to flatten council HQ
Leicester City Council's former headquarters will be demolished using a "controlled collapse", it is announced.
Moderator calls for 'Yes-No' respect
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has urged both sides in the referendum debate to show respect.
1 in 5 'does not need heart bypass'
A fifth of heart attack victims who have a bypass or a stent fitted do not need it, research carried out in Glasgow shows.
No prosecution over Druids' comments
There will be no prosecutions over complaints about comments made by a folk band at the Ardoyne Fleadh in north Belfast last month.
Child migrant 'abused in Australia'
A 70-year-old former child migrant from a Catholic-run home in Londonderry says he was sexually abused after being shipped to Australia.
3.5bn deal for armoured vehicles
A 3.5bn deal for nearly 600 new armoured vehicles is to be signed in Caerphilly county ahead of the Nato summit.
Missing boy's mother thanks crews
The mother of a 12-year-old boy swept out to sea while playing on Anglesey sends an emotional thank you to crews who are searching for her son.
Nigeria militants 'seize' major town
Nigeria's militant Islamist group Boko Haram seizes the key north-eastern town of Bama after fighting with government forces, residents tell the BBC.
US targets al-Shabab's leader
The US military says it has carried out air strikes in Somalia, targeting the leader of militant group al-Shabab, but it is unclear if he was killed.
Afghan militants 'may join IS'
Fighters from a militant Islamic group in Afghanistan, allied to the Taliban, tell the BBC they are considering joining forces with Islamic State.
Pakistan MPs hold emergency session
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif seeks to gain support in an emergency joint session of parliament as protesters on the streets of Islamabad call for his resignation.
Million 'have fled Ukraine conflict'
The number of people who have fled the fighting in Ukraine has doubled in weeks, and the UN says more than a million have now been displaced.
EU's Mogherini calls for Nato muscle
Nato must back words with actions to reassure countries bordering on Russia, the EU's new foreign affairs chief says.
'Cartel links' mayors to be charged
Police in Mexico are holding two serving mayors and one ex-mayor over allegations they have links to the Knights Templar drug cartel.
Nicaragua suspends search for miners
Rescue teams in Nicaragua suspend efforts to locate seven men trapped by a cave-in at a gold mine in a remote region in the north of the country.
IS accused of Iraq ethnic cleansing
Amnesty International says it has proof Islamic State militants have launched a campaign of ethnic cleansing against minorities in northern Iraq.
Terror suspects held in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia's interior ministry says it has arrested 88 people suspected of plotting attacks inside and outside the country.
Mass escape from juvenile US prison
More than 30 teenagers held at a juvenile detention centre in Tennessee escape by crawling through a fence and nine are still being sought.
Brain 'can learn to eat healthily'
The brain can be trained to prefer healthy food over unhealthy high-calorie foods, suggests a study from the US.
Day in pictures: 2 September 2014
News images from around the world: 2 September
British Wildlife Photography Awards
Winners of the 2014 British Wildlife Photography Awards
In pictures: India's coal miners
Coal miners a work in eastern India
New Documentary Photography from Scotland & Wales
Photographers' images of Scotland and Wales
Day in pictures: 1 September 2014
News images from around the world: 1 September
Day in pictures: 29 August 2014
News images from around the world: 29 August
Richard Attenborough career in pictures
British actor and director's illustrious career
In pictures: India's 'untouchable' scavengers
Calls to end India's low-caste manual scavenging
VIDEO: House of Commons
The government is urged to expedite its child abuse inquiry following the Rotherham scandal.
VIDEO: Escaped Ebola patient recaptured
The recapture of an escaped Ebola patient in Liberia has raised fears that West African countries are struggling to contain the outbreak.
VIDEO: Video shows Ukraine soldiers 'abuse'
Ukraine's defence minister has accused Russia of launching a "great war" that could claim tens of thousands of lives.
VIDEO: Volcano continues fiery lava eruption
A dramatic lava eruption that began early on Sunday near Iceland's Bardarbunga volcano has continued into Monday.
VIDEO: Ashya parents 'just want to see him'
Ashya King's parents have freed from custody in Spain after UK prosecutors withdrew a European arrest warrant.
VIDEO: BBC 'acted properly' over Cliff
A group of MPs has said that the BBC "acted properly" in their reporting of a story about a police raid on the house of singer Cliff Richard.
VIDEO: Met Police sells London HQ for 250m
The Metropolitan Police has put a 250m price tag on its famous London headquarters, New Scotland Yard.
VIDEO: 'Boris Island' airport plan rejected
A plan for an island airport in the Thames Estuary, dubbed "Boris Island" after London's mayor Boris Johnson, is rejected by the commission looking into the UK's airport needs.
VIDEO: The most future-proof profession?
BBC News talks to Ian Lowe, a blacksmith who teaches other people an ancient art he believes to be future-proof.
My father, the zoo builder
An extraordinary childhood growing up in a zoo
Viewpoint: How to make Afghan army sustainable
Nato's role in making the Afghan army sustainable
The homes under the sea
The homes where you can live under the sea
Austria's only snail farmer
The IT worker who quit his job to farm snails for restaurants
How to find fast food menu secrets
The fast food items you've never heard of
The battle for anonymity on the web
Horizon meets the pioneer of anti-surveillance web tech
How maggots can lower Kenyan hospital bills
Would you like larvae to eat your infected flesh?
VIDEO: 'I filmed the start of WWII'
The man who filmed the beginning of World War II
Why do people associate the Caribbean with paradise?
Why do people associate the Caribbean with paradise?
Cockatoos teach tool-making tricks
Cockatoos teach each other to use tools
Referendum race 'may have got tighter'
Referendum race 'may just have got tighter'
The lost fight to save Spain's mines
The lost fight to save Spain's mines
Better or worse off under independence?
Would Scots be better or worse off under independence?
The growing threat to our recovery
The growing threat to our recovery
A cloud of uncertainty
How were leaked celebrity photos obtained?

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 World News
Islamic State 'beheads US hostage'
An Islamic State video purporting to show the beheading of Steven Sotloff, a US journalist abducted by the group, is released.
Million 'have fled Ukraine conflict'
The number of people who have fled the fighting in Ukraine has doubled in weeks, and the UN says more than a million have now been displaced.
Celebrity leaks 'no breach' - Apple
The leaking of intimate photos of celebrities from iCloud accounts was due to a theft of log-in information, not a security breach, says Apple.
US targets al-Shabab's leader
The US military says it has carried out air strikes in Somalia, targeting the leader of militant group al-Shabab, but it is unclear if he was killed.
Economics 'driving language loss'
A thriving economy can lead to the extinction of some languages, scientists believe.
Ebola response 'lethally inadequate'
A global military intervention is needed to curb the largest ever Ebola outbreak, according to the medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres.
Corruption 'costs millions of lives'
About $1tn a year is being taken out of poor countries and millions of lives are lost because of corruption, the One campaign group says.
Gayet wins new French privacy case
Actress Julie Gayet, linked to President Hollande, wins a privacy case against a photographer who snapped her in her car, which French law deems private space.
Halliburton agrees oil spill deal
US oilfield firm Halliburton says it has agreed a $1.1bn settlement to meet the majority of claims against it for its role in the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
DNA overturns 30-year US convictions
Two US men who spent three decades in prison for rape and murder, one on death row, are released after new DNA evidence proves their innocence.
Mali landmine kills four UN soldiers
Four UN peacekeepers are killed and 15 injured by a landmine in northern Mali, amid what the UN calls a period of "increased attacks".
Justin Bieber charged with assault
Canadian pop star Justin Bieber is charged with assault and dangerous driving after crashing his quad bike into a minivan.
Thieving monkey hands out money
A monkey in the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh steals money from a home and rains down banknotes on people, reports say.
Dethroned beauty queen seeks apology
A dethroned Burmese beauty queen is refusing to hand back her crown until she receives an apology from South Korean organisers.
Mass escape from juvenile US prison
More than 30 teenagers held at a juvenile detention centre in Tennessee escape by crawling through a fence and nine are still being sought.
Brain 'can learn to eat healthily'
The brain can be trained to prefer healthy food over unhealthy high-calorie foods, suggests a study from the US.
'Cartel links' mayors to be charged
Police in Mexico are holding two serving mayors and one ex-mayor over allegations they have links to the Knights Templar drug cartel.
Nicaragua suspends search for miners
Rescue teams in Nicaragua suspend efforts to locate seven men trapped by a cave-in at a gold mine in a remote region in the north of the country.
Nigeria militants 'seize' major town
Nigeria's militant Islamist group Boko Haram seizes the key north-eastern town of Bama after fighting with government forces, residents tell the BBC.
Ebola 'threatens W Africa harvests'
The deadly Ebola outbreak is putting food prices and harvests in West Africa "at serious risk", warns the UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation.
Afghan militants 'may join IS'
Fighters from a militant Islamic group in Afghanistan, allied to the Taliban, tell the BBC they are considering joining forces with Islamic State.
Pakistan MPs hold emergency session
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif seeks to gain support in an emergency joint session of parliament as protesters on the streets of Islamabad call for his resignation.
EU's Mogherini calls for Nato muscle
Nato must back words with actions to reassure countries bordering on Russia, the EU's new foreign affairs chief says.
Uber banned across Germany by court
A court says the UberPop service must stop transporting passengers in Germany, but the American company refuses to suspend work.
IS accused of Iraq ethnic cleansing
Amnesty International says it has proof Islamic State militants have launched a campaign of ethnic cleansing against minorities in northern Iraq.
Terror suspects held in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia's interior ministry says it has arrested 88 people suspected of plotting attacks inside and outside the country.
Islamic State holding British captive
A British hostage is among those being held by Islamic State militants, Number 10 confirms.
Ashya's parents freed from prison
The parents of Ashya King are released from prison in Spain after UK prosecutors withdrew a European arrest warrant.
UK moves up global economic ranking
The UK edges up the World Economic Forum's worldwide rankings, but the group warns that the health of the global economy is at risk.
Credit Suisse investigating traders
Credit Suisse is investigating two of its traders in London over allegations of misconduct.
Wall Street market report
Wall Street Market Report
Mahan, Bradley, Simpson get US picks
Keegan Bradley, Hunter Mahan and Webb Simpson are handed US captain Tom Watson's wildcards for the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles later this month.
England v Norway
Everton defender John Stones will make his first start for England in Wednesday's friendly against Norway at Wembley.
Cook will not quit as ODI skipper
Alastair Cook says he will not stand down as England one-day captain despite the series defeat by India.
Police 'incompetence' over Sir Cliff
South Yorkshire Police are accused of "sheer incompetence" by MPs in the way they dealt with the BBC over a search of Sir Cliff Richard's home.
FBI probes 'Cloud' celebrity leaks
The FBI looks into allegations that the online accounts of celebrities have been hacked, leading to intimate pictures being posted online.
Survivor singer Jamison dies aged 63
Jimi Jamison, the lead singer for US rock band Survivor, who sang and co-wrote the theme tune for hit TV series Baywatch, dies aged 63.
VIDEO: Escaped Ebola patient recaptured
The recapture of an escaped Ebola patient in Liberia has raised fears that West African countries are struggling to contain the outbreak.
VIDEO: Video shows Ukraine soldiers 'abuse'
Ukraine's defence minister has accused Russia of launching a "great war" that could claim tens of thousands of lives.
VIDEO: Beslan school siege: Ten years on
Ten years after the end of the deadly siege of a school in Beslan, North Ossetia, BBC Russian's Olga Ivshina spoke to some of those who were there.
VIDEO: Apple: Celebrity accounts hacked
The FBI are investigating allegations that the online accounts of dozens of celebrities have been hacked, allowing explicit photos to be posted on the internet.
VIDEO: Ashya parents freed from prison
Ashya King's parents have been freed from a Spanish prison, following their arrest on Saturday.
VIDEO: Beauty queen refuses to return crown
Myanmar's first ever beauty queen has refused to give back her $100,000 (60,300) crown after being dethroned.
VIDEO: Volcano continues fiery lava eruption
A dramatic lava eruption that began early on Sunday near Iceland's Bardarbunga volcano has continued into Monday.
VIDEO: The park blamed for Japan's dengue fever
Japan is battling its first outbreak of dengue fever in almost 70 years, with at least 22 people confirmed as being infected.
Paris 'Gestapo' plaque to be restored
Anger at removal of WW2 plaque for victims of 'French Gestapo'
How to find fast food menu secrets
The fast food items you've never heard of
The homes under the sea
The homes where you can live under the sea
Viewpoint: How to make Afghan army sustainable
Nato's role in making the Afghan army sustainable
How maggots can lower Kenyan hospital bills
Would you like larvae to eat your infected flesh?
A peace project at a time of war
How the EU's 'peace project' can work in a time of war
Nigerian army's pride wounded
Nigeria's campaign against Boko Haram goes from bad to worse

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 Entertainment News
Police 'incompetence' over Sir Cliff
South Yorkshire Police are accused of "sheer incompetence" by MPs in the way they dealt with the BBC over a search of Sir Cliff Richard's home.
Gary Barlow 'settling tax affairs'
Singer Gary Barlow has said he is working with new accountants following controversy over his tax dealings.
Celebrity leaks 'no breach' - Apple
The leaking of intimate photos of celebrities from iCloud accounts was due to a theft of log-in information, not a security breach, says Apple.
Justin Bieber charged with assault
Canadian pop star Justin Bieber is charged with assault and dangerous driving after crashing his quad bike into a minivan.
Survivor singer Jamison dies aged 63
Jimi Jamison, the lead singer for US rock band Survivor, who sang and co-wrote the theme tune for hit TV series Baywatch, dies aged 63.
McDormand picks up Venice award
Oscar-winning actress Frances McDormand is honoured with the visionary talent award at the Venice Film Festival.
Winkleman makes 'most powerful' list
Strictly Come Dancing host Claudia Winkleman is named on a list of most influential women on TV, but co-presenter Tess Daly fails to make the cut.
Johansson's Lucy stays top of chart
Scarlett Johansson sci-fi drama Lucy has held on to top spot at the UK and Ireland box office in its second weekend of release.
Spain returns Colombian treasure
Spain returns to Colombia hundreds of indigenous artefacts that were seized from drug gangs in 2003, but later smuggled out of the country.
Musician Watt makes non-fiction list
Everything But The Girl musician Ben Watt is announced as part of the 15-strong longlist for the Samuel Johnson Prize for non-fiction.
Appeal to save Wedgwood collection
A public appeal is launched to save the Wedgwood Museum's collection, which is being sold to pay off the ceramics firm's pension bill.
BBC staff vote to strike over cuts
BBC staff vote to go on strike in a row over job losses, the National Union of Journalists says.
Domingo to close iTunes festival
Opera star Placido Domingo is to close the iTunes festival in London at the end of this month.
Orlando Bloom turns heads in NI town
Hollywood actor Orlando Bloom drops in to a County Down seaside town
International festival's record haul
Organisers of this year's Edinburgh International Festival reveal that ticket sales have passed the 3m mark for the first time.
Dahl draft spills Factory secrets
Little-known characters and incidents that could have featured in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory are released by the Roald Dahl estate.
Gold-diggers find treasure on beach
Three people have become the first confirmed diggers to find 24-carat gold treasure buried on a beach in Kent.
Guardians is top US film of 2014
Sci-fi blockbuster Guardians of the Galaxy rules the US box office, becoming the biggest film of the year so far.
Thrones swordsman joins Star Wars
Actor Miltos Yerolemou, best known for playing swordsman Syrio Forel in the first series of Game of Thrones, has joined the cast of Star Wars: Episode VII.
Belafonte to receive honorary Oscar
US actor and singer Harry Belafonte is to be honoured by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences.
Bush sets new album chart record
Kate Bush follows her stage comeback to become the first woman to have eight albums in the chart at the same time.
Original Jethro Tull bassist dies
Bassist Glenn Cornick, a founding member of the British rock band Jethro Tull who played on their biggest hits, has died at his home in Hawaii.
Beyonce's dad: Fight could be staged
Mathew Knowles links a fight in a lift after this year's Gala Ball to "Jedi mind tricks" to help boost ticket sales.
Joan Rivers' family remain hopeful
The daughter of comedian and TV presenter Joan Rivers says they have their "fingers crossed" as she recovers in hospital from a cardiac arrest.
X Factor dominates Saturday night TV
X Factor returns to ITV with 9.3 million viewers, or 43% of the viewing public.
World Service boss Horrocks to leave
The director of the BBC World Service, Peter Horrocks, is to leave the corporation in the New Year, it is announced.
VIDEO: David Mitchell on The Bone Clocks
Cloud Atlas author David Mitchell discusses his new novel The Bone Clocks on BBC Breakfast.
VIDEO: Wedgwood pottery loss 'hammer blow'
A public appeal has been launched to try to save the Wedgwood museum pottery collection which is being sold to pay off the firm's pension bill
VIDEO: Bill Turnbull's Scottish reporting roots
It is just two weeks until Scotland's referendum on independence, but it is not the first time a vote has been held on the nation's constitutional future.
VIDEO: Turning internet radio into art
LJ Rich looks at how one artist is using computer code to turn internet radio from across the globe into a unique piece of music.
VIDEO: Embracing animation in Africa
There are already animation studios in Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa, but only a very limited number of good schools teach art and animation techniques on the African continent.
VIDEO: Meet Japan's Batman - Chibatman
The BBC's meets Chibatman - a Japanese man who dresses as Batman to make Japanese people smile and who has become an internet sensation.
VIDEO: Dahl: Charlie chapters discovered
The discovery of new unpublished chapters reveals author Roald Dahl planned to include more children in his classic children's book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory but dropped them from the final version.
VIDEO: Peter Kay lights up Blackpool
Comedian Peter Kay hosted the big switch-on of the Blackpool Illuminations
Shearsmith: A man of many faces
ITV's new detective Reece Shearsmith and the will-they-won't-they League of Gentlemen reunion
Toronto Film Festival 2014: Ones to watch
Toronto Film Festival 2014: Ones to watch
Under Milk Wood recording revisited
The man behind the sound effects of Dylan's Under Milk Wood
A cloud of uncertainty
How could the leaked naked celebrity photos have been stolen?
British Wildlife Photography Awards
An image of a greylag goose picks up top photography prize
Why Orwell was a literary mediocrity
But Orwell was a literary mediocrity, says Will Self
The Victorian pig singing competition
The bizarre tale of the pig singing competition from Victorian times

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