RAF at 100: The A-lister meets the heroes
Brothers Ewan and Colin McGregor meet Mary Ellis and Joy Lofthouse, two female pilots during WW2.
The man who has to crawl through his front door
Since Richard’s leg was amputated, his two-storey house has become very difficult to get around.
Skripal 'regretted being double agent'
A former classmate says the spy told him he even wrote to Vladimir Putin asking to come back to Russia.
UK students 'feel sympathy for Russians'
Students learning Russian told us what they think of the current ongoing diplomatic crisis between Russia and the UK.
'Male, female and everything in between'
This is Lucy's journey of transitioning
University tuition fees: Why I crowdfunded my degree
Jo Garner was determined to go to university but she couldn't afford the fees.
Flying firsts: Aviation milestones throughout history
From the Wright brothers to direct UK-Australia flights.
Zut alors! The row over UK passports
Jayde Pearson looks at the row over the post-Brexit UK passport... which could be made in France.
Spy poisoning: War of words between the UK and Russia
Relations between the UK and Russia have deteriorated following the poisoning of an ex-spy and his daughter in Salisbury.
How a hospital visit saved this man from homelessness
A charity is trying to change the way that hospitals deal with homeless people.
The scourge of child poverty in the UK
The parents in Oldham who struggle to buy food and basic necessities for their children
'Wobbly head' woman fundraising for lifesaving surgery
Nadine Turnbull struggles with a rare condition where her head is not properly secured to her body.
Lifestyle changes which could help avoid cancer
Cancer Research UK says around 38% of all cancers diagnoses could have been prevented.
Fly-tipping at Merthyr Tydfil beauty spot sparks anger
Councillor Andrew Barry has called on people to report fly-tippers following "heartbreaking" mess.
Porton Down chief: Russia's poison accusation 'just not true'
The UK's top military research centre says it's a coincidence that a former Russian spy was poisoned close by.
Police in 139mph drink-driver pursuit on A47 at Wisbech
The drink-driver, who was jailed for 21 months, was caught by police.
Kingsnorth Power station chimney reduced to rubble
One of the most prominent landmarks in Kent has been reduced to rubble in a controlled explosion.
Is DNA the future for data storage?
British scientists think DNA could be used to solve a global problem - where to store all our data.
Anger over Sheffield's plan to fell healthy trees
Sheffield City Council's plan to fell thousands of healthy trees prompts angry protests.
'Hero' MP's emotional terror attack defiance
"It's the good people that win", says Tory MP Tobias Ellwood.
The changing face of science GCSEs
Students will be graded numerically on a scale from 9 to 1.
CCTV of ' 'brutal' tram stop attack
The 49-year-old victim was repeatedly kicked and stamped on by the teenage attackers, say police.
Significant fire in Glasgow city centre
Emergency services are dealing with a significant fire in Glasgow city centre.
What the sugar content in your muffin looks like
BBC presenter Victoria Derbyshire measures out the sugar that can be found in a typical muffin.
Westminster Bridge attack victim's sister refuses to dwell on killer
Andreea Cristea's sister says "life is not the same without her" after the Westminster Bridge attack.
James Dunmore lost his two sisters to cystic fibrosis
Made In Chelsea star James Dunmore has told BBC 5 live that he lost two sisters to cystic fibrosis.
Police: Are black knife deaths being ignored?
A top officer fears people aren't outraged enough because of the race of the victims.
Justin Welby 'learned to be ashamed again' of the Church
Justin Welby gives his evidence to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse.
Didcot's Narnia and Middle Earth sign-changer found
The prankster who added fictional worlds to signs in Didcot, Oxfordshire, explains himself.
The brain scanner you can move in
The scanner is light enough to wear on the head.
Cambridge Analytica: What we know so far
How the row over Cambridge Analytica's use of Facebook data unfolded.
The robotic pup enriching people's lives
Biscuit the robotic dog responds to touch and speech to help people with dementia.
Two three-year-old-boys, one special friendship
On World Down’s syndrome day, this is the story of a special friendship.
Sir Bobby Robson Foundation celebrates 10th anniversary
Lady Robson tells the BBC about her late husband's legacy and his life after diagnosis.
Hemsby cliff-top homes start to collapse
Houses perched on a cliff edge have started to collapse and fall on to the beach below.
Katie Boyle: Ex-Eurovision hostess dies aged 91
Despite once saying she was famous for being famous, Katie Boyle would spend more than half a century in the public eye.
Patient tackles Sahara race for Air Ambulance
Medics and a former patient take on a gruelling Sahara race to raise funds for London Air Ambulance.
'Cambridge Analytica planted fake news'
Former Cambridge Analytica employee Christopher Wylie says the firm planted fake news.
Teenagers with HIV: 'Just a little illness'
Missed sleepovers, exam issues, secrets from siblings - the challenges of growing up with HIV.
Meet the first polar bear cub to be born in the UK in 25 years
The cub was born at the Highland Wildlife Park, near Kincraig, in December.
Cannabis oil: Meet the woman taking it for breast cancer recovery
Nikki Bednall says she takes cannabis oil through "desperation not recreation" after her breast cancer.
Remembering the Warrington bombing
The Warrington bomb 25 years ago killed two children and injured 54 other people.
Former Beatle Ringo Starr: I'll wear my medal at breakfast
Former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr receives his knighthood for services to music.
Call for Alfie Dingley to be allowed medicinal cannabis
A mother shows the bruises from her "aggressive and angry" six-year-old son in the campaign for a special licence to use medicinal cannabis to treat his epilepsy.
Carpool karaoke mum 'overwhelmed'
Melissa says three-year-old Francesca loves seeing herself in the video which has been watched by millions.
Ipswich town centre recreated with Lego
Seven million bricks are used to recreate landmark buildings.
BBC reporter's pole fitness challenge
BBC South presenter Ben Moore takes on a pole fitness challenge as part of Sport Relief 2018.