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Unused footage of Jeremy Clarkson taken during his last days at the helm of Top Gear will be screened later this year, the head of BBC2 says.
Why I loved tennis 'courtsiding' - until I was arrested
Millions of public sector workers would be spared further pay cuts under Liberal Democrat plans, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg announces.
The first video was uploaded to YouTube ten years ago this week.
The Conservatives' manifesto pledge on childcare means an extra 600,000 free places, Prime Minister David Cameron is to say.
The rugs that tell two stories, one bitter, one sweet
Can paper survive the digital age?
What happened when a top orchestra moved into a tough school
A stricter regulatory regime has hit the profits and business of some payday lenders, so will they survive?
Why supermarkets are wondering what to sell
Scotland could be short of at least 500 doctors by 2020, according to figures compiled by the Royal College of General Practitioners.
Scottish parties will focus on women, the NHS and taxes as election campaigning continues.
Solar Impulse has landed safely in Nanjing in the east of China, much to the delight of its mission control team.
England are frustrated by a counter-attacking unbeaten 94 by Marlon Samuels on a scrappy first day of the second Test.
Richard Bilton travels by helicopter above the Mediterranean where hundreds have died, and speaks to those who have made it safely to the island of Lampedusa.
Pep Guardiola says Bayern Munich's Champions League victory over Porto was as important as "life or death".
US Drug Enforcement Administration director Michele Leonhart is to step down after allegations that agents attended sex parties in Colombia funded by drug cartels.
A man in the US city of Colorado faces police action after becoming so frustrated with his computer that he shot it eight times, police say.
Nine people in Kentucky are charged with stealing large quantities of bourbon whiskey worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
As a Japanese magnetic levitation train breaks the world speed record, the BBC reveals the world's fastest passenger trains.