DJ Fearne Cotton is broadcasting her final show on Radio 1, after almost 10 years at the helm of the Live Lounge.
Rory McIlroy, six strokes behind leader Francesco Molinari, admits to getting "angry" at the PGA Championship.
Myanmar rescues two migrant boats with more than 200 people in its waters in the first such operation following criticism.
UK government borrowing fell to £6.8bn in April, down from £9.3bn a year earlier, official figures show.
Brendan Rodgers says he expects Raheem Sterling to see through the remaining two years of his contract.
An 110lb unexploded World War Two bomb found by builders near Wembley Stadium poses a "risk to life", the Army says.
The basic salary for assembly members in Wales will rise from £54,000 to £64,000 in 2016, it is confirmed.
At least 18 members of the Farc rebel group die in an army raid - the deadliest attack since air raids resumed last month.
Paris St-Germain defender David Luiz accuses the media of a lack of respect after dismissing reports he is a virgin.
Caroline Knott from Ramsgate tells the BBC how the Kent earthquake woke her up.
GB basketball player Azania Stewart breaks down in tears as she discusses the future of the women's game, ahead of the 2015 EuroBasket in Hungary.
A review into how Northern Ireland's Public Prosecution Service handled allegations of rape and a cover-up will be published later.
In a move likely to be popular with London's black cab drivers, Boris Johnson is backing laws which could restrict growth of the taxi app Uber.
Ireland, Poland, Iceland and Switzerland fail to qualify for the final of the Eurovision Song Contest after the second semi-final in Vienna.
Nationwide building society reports a 54% rise in annual pre-tax profit to £1.04bn as it regains its position as the UK's second-largest mortgage lender.
Steven Gerrard had the iconic moments but Frank Lampard won more. Phil McNulty grapples with a long-standing question.
It's the Caption Challenge.
Director Danny Boyle takes part in the opening ceremony for a new £25m arts centre named Home in Manchester.
Reporter Simon Jones talks about being woken up by a 4.2 magnitude earthquake which originated near Sandwich in Kent.
The number of babies subject to special guardianship orders in England has tripled in two years, according to data obtained by the BBC.