Storm Ali: 100mph winds leave trail of destruction
Flights fail to land and trees are pulled from the ground as high winds cause disruption in the UK and Ireland.
The daring Allied plan to defeat the Nazis
The daring Allied parachute drop to win WW2
Gwenda Owen calls for change in law on 'end of life' choice
Gwenda Owen was diagnosed with the degenerative condition motor neurone disease last year.
CCTV released of Luton mall knife attack
Three teenage men involved in a bloody knife fight in a busy shopping centre are jailed.
Young lawyer launches Law in 60 Seconds
Lawyer Christian Weaver has created a series of online videos to teach people their legal rights.
How Louise Minchin caught triathlon bug
BBC Breakfast presenter Louise Minchin and other competitors talk about how they caught the triathlon bug and why it's such a good activity to take up.
Jelly treats for people with dementia
After his grandmother was hospitalised, Lewis invented a hydrating treat for people with dementia.
Justin Bieber serenades fiancee outside Buckingham Palace
The Canadian singer was spotted busking outside Buckingham Palace in London.
Grenfell: Back to the school
15 months after Grenfell, the school below the tower reopens its doors - what's it like to return?
CCTV shows car crashing into nightclub dance floor
CCTV of a car crashing into a Gravesend nightclub has been released by police.
The Gateshead artist whose work makes you look twice
"It's about creating an illusion whereby you don't know which item is real and which is a drawing".
The satellite that can clean up space rubbish from Earth's orbit
It's part of a plan to clean up the millions of pieces of rubbish floating in Earth's orbit.
Alopecia: 'I can't control my hair loss'
Two women talk about how they deal with alopecia and the remaining hair they still have.
Jack's: Will people switch to Tesco's new chain?
The UK's biggest supermarket chain is taking on Aldi and Lidl with its own discount store, Jack's.
PM's wedding crasher photo surprise for Cowes couple
A photographer captures the "surreal" moment the prime minister joins a newlywed couple for a photo.
Starvation fears after piglets stolen from London farm
There are fears for the welfare of 11 tiny piglets stolen from a farm in London.
The 107-year-old who fought fires during the Blitz
The story of the 107-year-old who was among the first to tackle the fires in London World War Two.
Tariq Ramadan: #MeToo in the Muslim world
Several women have come forward to accuse Tariq Ramadan, one of the Muslim world’s most famous thinkers, of sexual assault.
Ultra runner Sophie Power on breastfeeding during a 103-mile race
An ultra runner mother on why she breastfed her baby during a 103-mile marathon race.
Leave and Remain couple-up to talk Brexit
Believe in Brexit at first sight? Three pairs chat about how Brexit will affect their lives.
London Fashion Week 2018: Robots take over the runway
A catwalk show at London Fashion Week has divided opinions about the future of fashion.
Sheffield dogs appeal: Charity's plea to rescue centres
A Sheffield charity is appealing to rescue centres to help them keep up with demand for support dogs.
D-Day veteran Harry Read, 94, skydives for first time since WW2
The last time 94-year-old Harry Read jumped from a plane he was over Normandy in 1944.
Theresa May: 'No-deal' Brexit disruption 'short-term'
The prime minister says the government would "make a success" of a "no-deal" Brexit and any disruption would be short-term.
Birmingham's Brexit concerns
Jon Kay asks voters in Birmingham what they want to know about the UK's plans to leave the European Union.
Derbyshire village boasts 'world's longest serving paperboy'
John Cooper, 82, has been delivering newspapers in his Derbyshire village since 1947.
Brexit: What do French people think?
Divorce settlements and racing off a cliff are just some of the ways the French media has given its views on Brexit.
Endangered giraffe born at Woburn Safari Park takes first steps
One of the world's "rarest" species of giraffe calf is making itself at home with the herd.
Magnet fishing for guns in Midlands canals
Pistols, sawn-off shotguns and even grenades are among the items pulled from waterways.
Heart op patient wants to find Sully surgeon who saved her life
Susan Payne's life was saved by heart surgery when she was a child in 1960.
Last van standing: Bristol's mobile dwellers
Jonathan lived in a 50-strong van community in Bristol until the council forced him and others to move on.
Magpie and whippet's unlikely friendship
Best friends forever - how a "chatterbox" bird formed a special bond with Boo the dog.
Theresa May hits back at Boris Johnson over Chequers plan
The Prime Minister says Boris Johnson's was wrong to call the Chequers plan a "suicide belt".
Flying at 120 mph & 'cheaper than golf' - this is drone racing
Drone racers can reach speeds of up to 120 mph and follow a set of safety rules
Harry from St John Ambulance teaches CPR
Harry from St John Ambulance teaches us how to perform CPR on a dummy.
Is it too late for a Lib Dem revival?
Sir Vince Cable says the Liberal Democrats need to revamp to stay relevant. But is it too late for a Lib Dem revival?
Bristol tech start-up firm pioneers growing salad indoors
A biotechnology firm is developing ways of growing salad crops without soil, rain or sunshine.
Nightingales 'could become extinct in Hampshire'
A wildlife trust is warning the species could become extinct in Hampshire.
Ladies flip for Suffolk giant tractor tyre cancer challenge
Months of training and steely determination get a five-strong team over the 5km finish line.
High School Musical inspires UK student's US college dream
For six years Tilly Griffiths dreamt of studying in the US and now thanks to NHS funding she is going.
Transplant patient walked down aisle by donor’s dad
Lisa Simkin contacted her donor’s family six months after a life-saving lung transplant, and says they “opened their door with loving arms”.
World Afro Day: ‘Why I love my natural hair’
Women talk about why they love their natural hair.
The Skripal suspects' walk through Salisbury
Two suspects in the poisoning of a Russian ex-spy in the UK have said they were merely tourists.
Being 18 on UK's Rathlin Island
Benedict Anslow talks about what life is like as one of the few young people on Rathlin Island.
Nottingham make-up artist's surreal work is Instagram hit
Romanie Jade-Tulloch's mind-bending artworks can take five hours to create.
Why the shock of 2008 still matters today
Ten years ago the collapse of an American investment bank changed British life forever.
Van launched into the air during Attleborough crash
Dashcam footage reveals the moment a van flies feet into the air.
Sister of hit-and-run victim calls for law change
Amy O'Connor's brother Andrew Lindup was killed in a hit-and-run crash in December 2016.
Zakynthos rockfall: Greece tourists film aftermath of cliff collapse
Several people were hurt when a cliff collapsed on a popular beach on the Greek island of Zakynthos.
The Devon farmer who carries a cowpat
This farmer uses cowpats to educate people on where their food comes from.
Sam Morgan: The 17-year-old dressing football's biggest names
Sam Morgan is 17 and a personal shopper for some of football's biggest names, including Paul Pogba, and Kevin de Bruyne.
Skripal suspects deny involvement in Salisbury Novichok poisoning
Two men named as suspects in the poisoning of a Russian ex-spy in the UK say they were just tourists.
M25 'middle lane hoggers' targeted in Hertfordshire
A driver is stopped by officers on the M25 in Hertfordshire.
The 80s teen classic about teenage sex and suicide that's been given a modern makeover.
The 80s teen classic about teenage sex and suicide that's been given a modern makeover.
Peng? Beef? The secret world of slang
Police in Lancashire have compiled a list of slang words to help them understand teens. Do you know what they mean?
'Creepy' alarm sound made Ipswich woman 'feel sick'
The woman heard the sound of "It's raining, it's pouring" intermittently over the course of a year.
Why women struggle to get coils and implants
Woman are having to wait longer and travel further to get coils and implants, doctors warn.
The Irish border: Brexit's 310-mile problem
BBC News NI's Jayne McCormack explains what could happen with the Irish border after Brexit.
Penzance's 'lost valley' revisited by last surviving resident
This summer's heatwave revealed the remains of a former settlement that had been hidden for decades.
Labour's Tom Watson lost weight and 'reversed' diabetes
Labour's deputy leader reveals how he lost seven stone and 'reversed' type-2 diabetes.
Who was to blame for the financial crisis?
BBC Business editor Simon Jack explores who could have been to blame for the global financial crisis.
Iain Duncan Smith says he'd 'stamp on' any coup against Theresa May
Iain Duncan Smith says anyone talking about challenging Theresa May should "grow up and leave the room".
Mark East: The man with Britain's best moustache
Mark East won "best in show" at a national awards ceremony - watch how he cultivates his moustache.
Financial crisis: 'I earn the same as 10 years ago'
A decade on from the 2008 global financial crisis, families are still feeling the effects.
Parental alienation: 'Not seeing my children is a living hell'
Social workers who look after children's interests in the family courts are being given new guidelines to help in cases where a child refuses to see a parent.
Survivor speaks to students born after 9/11
Janice Brooks, a 9/11 survivor, speaks to students born after the World Trade Center attack.
Woman punched by thieves for £11
Lesley Wilson, 69, who is autistic, was assaulted by a man as she walked home from shopping.
How does being thrown out of school feel?
Annie-Leigh, 16, explains how she was able to recover after being kicked out of school.
The canine movie stars stealing the spotlight
Ladybird and Snowflake were cast to star in the romantic comedy, Dusty & Me.