Andy Murray loosens up behind the microphone and talks about marriage, his choice of best man and tennis commentary.
The BBC's report into Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson's "fracas" with a producer is to be handed over to the director general next week.
Costa Cruises and MSC Cruises, two Italian cruise companies, cancel planned stops in Tunisian ports following shootings at a museum in Tunis that killed 21 people.
The singer leaves One Direction's tour of Asia after being signed off by management with stress.
BBC One will show the FA Cup semi-final between Reading and Arsenal from Wembley on 18 April.
Awkward handshakes and territorial rows - the background to the China-Japan talks in less than 60 seconds.
A cold case unit is to investigate claims police released MP Cyril Smith after child pornography was found in the boot of his car, the BBC learns.
Labour Leader Ed Miliband says planned cuts in the wake of the Budget will be devastating for funding the Welsh government receives from the UK.
A Mexican-American man convicted for the 1992 murder of his sister and brother-in-law is freed after a court rules he confessed under torture.
A woman was beaten, stabbed and had her unborn child stolen from her womb when she visited a house to buy clothes advertised on Craigslist.
Further inquiries are to be carried out into whether detectives were told to limit a child abuse investigation centred on Lord Janner.
The number of wet wipes littering UK beaches has risen by 50%.
Europe will experience its first eclipse in over a decade on Friday with Wales one of the best places in the UK to see it.
BBC Radio 1 is to make dramatic cuts to its live music output, with the number of live sessions dropping from 250 to 160 a year.
Armed police are rushed to the scene after film makers in County Londonderry are mistaken for real armed robbers.
Keeping things simple is one of the keys to India's continuing World Cup success, according to captain MS Dhoni.
A three-day curfew will come into force across parts of Sierra Leone next week to try and contain the Ebola crisis, a health official says.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says everybody who tried to predict the price of oil got it wrong.
Natural tunnels known as lava tubes could safely house permanent bases on the Moon, scientists have said.
Chancellor George Osborne needs to spell out exactly how he plans to cut £12bn from welfare spending, says the Institute for Fiscal Studies.