Four European election candidates debate their party's stance on a referendum over the UK's future within the EU.
Scientists are calling for a big shift to renewable energy as a solution to the problems caused by global warming.
A large forest fire has destroyed more than 150 homes in the Chilean port city of Valparaiso.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have enjoyed a white-water speed boat ride as they continue their tour of New Zealand.
The Houses of Parliament are for the first time being used as a set for a commercial film, as shooting for Suffragette takes place.
A British Royal Navy commander helping with the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has said it is the most challenging he has ever taken part in.
BBC Click's Jen Copestake spent a week in one of the most renowned squats in Barcelona, following the developers of Bitcoin tools and other open source software.
Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond addresses his party conference with a message a vote for independence is not a vote for the SNP.
A three-year old who disappeared from her home in northern Australia has been found close to the family home almost two days later.
The Duchess of Cambridge visits a children's hospice in Hamilton, new Zealand, as part of a royal tour with Prince William and her baby son, Prince George.
Vivien Halas tells Rebecca Jones about the life and work of her mother, the pioneering animator Joy Batchelor.
Eileen Burbidge of Passion Capital and Alpesh Patel from Praefinium Partners analyse why there is a downturn in tech stocks.
Archaeologists in Serbia have been moving the skeleton of a million-year-old mammoth. Guy De Launey reports.
Runners who find the considerable challenge of competing a marathon distance too easy have competed with the extra tests of sub-zero temperatures.
Video game designers storm the London Book Fair
The Conservative Party has issued a code of conduct to all its MPs telling them not to "bully, abuse or harass" staff.
An exhibition celebrating Italian fashion over the past 70 years has opened at London's Victoria and Albert Museum.
Labour leader Ed Miliband says on a visit to Israel that he is a supporter of "the homeland for the Jewish people".
Police say they cannot destroy photos of a paedophile's young victim on his laptop because the images are not classified as indecent.
Film critic Jason Solomons reviews the week's new film releases, including Irish black comedy Calvary, Mumbai romance The Lunchbox and Half Of A Yellow Sun - set in 1960s Nigeria.