Sir Bradley Wiggins' upcoming appearance in The Archers is confirmed on the show by the character Ben Archer.
Teachers at Acland Burghley secondary school in Camden have been told off by Ofsted for dressing too casually. Trainee teachers give their reaction to the criticism.
Fracking has the potential to devastate wildlife habitats across the UK, says research commissioned by leading wildlife and countryside groups.
Large parts of new gay marriage laws in England and Wales have come into effect, meaning same-sex couples can now register to marry. The first ceremonies will take place on 29 March.
Three people have died in fresh protests in Venezuela, this time in the central city of Valencia.
The BBC's Phil Mercer reports from Sydney on the global impact of falling iron ore prices and waning Chinese demand.
US dance troupe Pilobolus plays with light and shadow for an innovative show in London, a retrospective of Henri Cartier-Bresson's iconic photographs in Paris - and more from the world of arts.
Commercial Boeing pilot Captain Philip Ryddell explains how pilots deal with an emergency and gives his thoughts on what could have happened to flight MH370.
Police have caught a man in Colorado after a dramatic car chase involving multiple stolen cars.
Two women have died and more than 60 others are injured after a gas leak sparked an explosion which levelled two buildings in East Harlem, New York City.
Business leaders have said a growing shortage of skills in the hi-tech sector is threatening Britain's economic recovery.
David Miliband has described the international response to the crisis in Syria as the "defining collective failure of this century".
The bathroom door through which Oscar Pistorius shot his girlfriend has been shown in court on the eighth day of his murder trial.
Some MPs make the headlines at Prime Minister's Questions for their behaviour, and not just what they say.
The Commonwealth Games athletics venue at Hampden Park in Glasgow has been officially unveiled.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the world wide web, says that freedom to use the internet should be enshrined as a right.
Actress Marcia Gay Harden talks about playing Christian Grey's mother in Fifty Shades of Grey
Kevin Meagher from the Labour Uncut blog says everyone should be made to go and vote.
Chinese teachers would help English students become more confident with maths, a CBI executive has claimed.
A new film based in a London prison is set to stir debate about the rehabilitation of violent prisoners