A survey of graffiti in churches in Norfolk uncovers hundreds of "medieval selfies", hidden for centuries under limewash.
A replica of Magna Carta is to be carried down the River Thames as part of events to mark its 800th anniversary.
Why is this World War Two’s forgotten tragedy?
The truth about a century of abuse and discrimination
Work on the main Edinburgh to Glasgow railway line gets under way this weekend with passengers expected to face significant disruption.
Jim Murphy is to formally stand down as leader of Scottish Labour at a meeting of the party's ruling body in Glasgow.
Are Yemen's destroyed buildings mourned more than human lives?
The end of a "mum-on-the-run" saga, a row over the honours' list and the sentences of the Malaysian mountain "strippers" all make Saturday's front pages.
The fall of one of China's most powerful men
Swedish royal wedding sees model become monarch
How exactly does a dog donate blood?
The woman whose internet appeal raised £300,000 for mugged disabled pensioner Alan Barnes has been recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.
The inaugural European Games opens in Baku, Azerbaijan, but the build-up has been overshadowed by human rights concerns.
Securing a place at Euro 2016 is the only thing that can top Friday's win against Belgium, says Wales manager Chris Coleman.
Shoes: Pleasure and Pain is a new exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
The Croatia FA apologises after a swastika is marked on the pitch ahead of the Euro 2016 tie against Italy.
Stars of the Brazilian music scene Caetano Veloso and Gilberto Gil talk and play together.
BBC Arts Editor Will Gompertz wonders if Carsten Holler’s installations are actually art.
Man Utd prepare to bid for Harry Kane, Man City to up Sterling offer, Real Madrid aim to sign De Gea quickly, plus more.
A New York state prison worker who police say provided tools to help two convicted murderers escape jail is arrested.