A former Premier League footballer who attempted to kill himself says that sporting bodies need to accept responsibility for dealing with mental health issues.
Fans watching music videos on YouTube and Vevo will be presented with cinema-style age certificates from Thursday.
The BBC's Matthew Price visited Bradford to see whether local issues were being obscured by the cult of personality.
Firefighters spend more than six hours dealing with a large gorse fire which was burning out of control on Dartmoor.
The BBC's creative director Alan Yentob says he would not rule out Jeremy Clarkson making a return to the BBC in the future.
Fans from all 20 Premier League clubs are set to protest against match ticket prices when top-flight club executives meet.
Wales is one of the worst regions of the UK for young people to live in, a charity says.
A south Wales college is cutting courses and 130 jobs are under threat as it faces cutting £5.7m from its budget.
A public housing organisation is criticised after a memorial garden it built and paid for is re-imaged with a stone commemorating loyalist paramilitaries killed in the Troubles.
Schools in England will have less to spend per pupil over the next five years, no matter who wins the election, according to analysis by the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
Support for the death penalty in Britain has dropped below 50% for the first time on record, the British Social Attitudes survey says.
The finalists hoping to be Design of the Year 2015
Mark Mardell asks whether a lack of passion, vision and big ideas among campaigning politicians is a result of cowardice or humility.
Relatives of Germanwings plane crash victims go to the crash site in France, as reports say one of the pilots on the doomed flight had left the cockpit.
Denise Felkin's pictures of those choosing not to vote in the coming election.
The UK's highest court is set to rule on whether Prince Charles's letters to government should be made public.
Not enough is being done to prevent people leaving the UK to join Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, a group of MPs warns.
The BBC launches a database of British jihadists in Syria and Iraq. What does it tell us about the conflict?
Zahra and Salma Halane are teenage twins from Manchester, who travelled to join Islamic State in the summer of 2014. Their husbands have died, but they continue to spread IS propaganda on social media.
Preston tops a league table of the UK's "unhealthiest High Streets" according to the Royal Society for Public Health.