Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday's Championship game between Nottingham Forest and Bournemouth.
A pensioner was tied up, threatened into silence and robbed of just £15 by a burglar, Cardiff Crown Court hears.
A French woman working for an international organisation has been kidnapped in Yemen, the French foreign ministry says.
Catholic voters in England and Wales should consider candidates' stances on issues including abortion, ahead of the election, archbishops say.
Duncan Weldon suggests three reasons why the Eurozone's economic prospects may soon begin to improve.
Doctors call on health ministers and NHS England to intervene to make a drug called Avastin routinely available to patients with a debilitating eye condition known as wet AMD.
The Green party leader, Natalie Bennett, has said she is embarrassed by a radio interview she gave on Tuesday morning in which she appeared unable to answer questions about her party's policies.
What would the knock-on effects of a winter World Cup be for British fans?
A 47-year-old man is jailed for for murdering a woman he met on a dating website.
In the short course of the latest Greek financial crisis, Syriza appears to have transformed itself from what in the UK would be seen as traditional leftists into Blairites.
A brief look at some of the biggest sinkholes in recent history.
UK property sales fell in January, dropping by 6% compared with a year ago, but estate agents' views vary on the significance of the decrease.
Salt and print photography - the earliest form of paper photography - produced some amazing images, including Nelson's Column under construction
Local bus CCTV has caught the moment a sinkhole opened up in a pavement beneath two South Korean pedestrians.
Lincoln's council is planning a ban on so-called "legal highs" - but they have little evidence to suggest they are a threat to public order.
A new super-prison for more than 2,000 inmates will be publicly run, with a third of services outsourced to the private sector or charities.
Images from around the world: 24 February
Bank of England governor Mark Carney says the UK's low inflation is temporary and will return to its 2% target within two years.
A teenage girl is in a serious condition in hospital after being hit by a car in east Belfast.
BBC One's detective series New Tricks is to end after 12 series so the channel can "increase the range of drama".