BBC Three and BBC Radio One could be merged under the same division in future, according to reports.
A whistle-blowing helpline for employees in England to raise concerns about child protection failures - run by the NSPCC with £500,000 of government funding - is to be launched.
Why was St Valentine's finger sent to Coventry?
Two recently-discovered hoards of Roman and Iron Age treasure are put on display for the first time in a Liverpool exhibition.
The BBC's Scotland editor Sarah Smith is granted rare access onboard one of Britain's Trident nuclear submarines.
Teacher shortages mean support staff are having to pick up work normally done by qualified teachers, suggests research by a union.
Hopes of a breakthrough in preventing Alzheimer's and concerns about crime and criminals feature on many of Saturday's front pages.
Cambridge scientists have detected a number of drugs which could help protect against Alzheimer's disease, acting like statins for the brain.
David Cameron tells German leaders it is in Europe's interests for the UK to stay in a reformed EU in his last major speech before next week's crunch summit.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says he would be "disappointed" if the club have held talks with Jose Mourinho.
Dundee leapfrog St Johnstone in the Premiership table as a Kane Hemmings double give them a dominant win at Dens Park.
Joe Root's 109 is in vain as Chris Morris hits 62 to help South Africa beat England by one wicket to level the one-day international series 2-2.
Despite being blind from birth, Rachel Starritt recently took centre stage in a festival on Beethoven's music.
Eight girls aged between 11 and 16 are injured in a collision with a car near a Liverpool school.
Radio 1 DJ Greg James finished five triathlons in five days in five cities.
Serial killer Levi Bellfield has denied confessing to the abduction, rape and killing of 13-year-old Milly Dowler.
The Northern Ireland Office signs off on bid to stop top secret files from being accessed during an inquest into the death of a murdered schoolgirl.
Teaching unions have said baseline assessment tests are unreliable and unfair
British cyclo-cross star Evie Richards says a six-month ban would be too short for mechanical doper Femke Van den Driessche.
Nottinghamshire Police is looking at evidence relating to accusations of overspending by the Conservative Party during the 2014 Newark by-election.