The old Top Gear team's new car programme will show James May driving with a broken arm and Jeremy Clarkson on the Game of Thrones set.
Prince William has shared his experience of losing his mother with a teenage boy whose mother died of cancer last year.
Oxford Dictionaries begins a global online search to find the least favourite word in the English language, with 'moist' topping the poll of 10,000 submissions so far.
Serial killer Peter Sutcliffe - known as the Yorkshire Ripper - is moved from Broadmoor psychiatric hospital to prison.
One hundred years ago an arm of the Royal Navy was formed to run "suicide missions" against the German naval forces.
Net migration to the UK was 327,000 for the year to March, close to record levels, according to Office for National Statistics estimates.
Chris Hill will lead Warrington Wolves in a Challenge Cup final, but spends his spare time fixing bathrooms and kitchens.
A 29-year-old Frenchman is charged with the murder of 21-year-old British backpacker Mia Ayliffe-Chung at a hostel in Australia.
Katy Bourne explains that although the sun is shining there are dangers to beachgoers
Sussex Police try to identify five men who drowned at Camber Sands in East Sussex yesterday.
Parents of children with learning disabilities are being pushed "to breaking point" by a lack of childcare during the summer holidays, Mencap says.
Greater Manchester Police failed to record over 38,000 reported crimes each year, a report estimates.
It's the last year of the current system, which was introduced in 1988. But how would you fare against today's teenagers in the current exams?
More than half of this year's university applicants picked their A-level choices without considering their future prospects.
Rotavirus infections have fallen by 84% in England since a vaccine has been offered to young babies, figures from Public Health England suggest.
The Food Standards Agency is warning people not to eat burgers that are pink in the middle, to avoid the risk of food poisoning at barbeques this summer.
Outgoing UKIP leader Nigel Farage addresses supporters of US presidential candidate Donald Trump at a campaign rally in Mississippi.
How does Scotland view the UK Labour leadership contest?
In the Govanhill area of Glasgow, poverty is high and worker exploitation is commonplace. A BBC Scotland investigation looked at the extent of the area's problems and found people stealing from charity clothing bins and taking food waste.
Five restaurants in Scotland achieve a Top 50 listing in the 2017 Good Food Guide, with Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles leading the Scottish entries.