Brexit: People's Vote march to Parliament Square - sped-up
Nine minutes condensed into just 90 seconds - protesters walk from Park Lane to Parliament Square.
Brexit People's Vote protest: 'Stop Brexit' chants at huge London march
Hundreds of thousands of marchers demanded another referendum on the UK’s relationship with the EU.
What’s it like to have 19 children?
Big families are not unusual in the Ukrainian village of Glynn, but one couple has gone further than most.
Taxidermy: 200 stuffed animals get a spring clean
Go behind the scenes as a museum's collection of 200 stuffed animals is dusted and vacuumed.
University studies benefits of herding sheep with drone
A study is testing the ethical and cost benefits for farmers of using drones to herd sheep.
'Pink tax': Should personal care products for women cost more?
Should personal care products marketed to women cost more? And is there actually any difference?
Guilty Feminist: 'I can't call Theresa May a feminist'
Co-creator of the Guilty Feminist podcast gives us her take on feminism.
Brexit: Three moments that raised a smile
Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker updated reporters at a press conference which had some lighter moments.
Influx of dog videos for terminally ill boy after Facebook post
Dog-loving Harvey Hawkins finds comfort in the funny films people are sending him of their pets.
Only daytime five-star bore for 2019 travels up Severn Estuary
Dozens of surfers and kayakers headed to the Severn Bore to catch a rare "five-star" surge wave.
World Heavy Metal Congress: First event takes place in London
Bands from around the world are celebrating 50 years of heavy metal at the inaugural World Metal Congress in London.
Question Time: 'I'm 16 and I won't get a say over Brexit'
A 16 year old Question Time audience member says there should be a general election to solve the current impasse over Brexit.
Bristol nursery locks toys away for a month
The toys have been replaced toys with cardboard, tins and train tickets in an attempt to encourage play.
Campaigners say they want Birmingham LGBT teaching abolished
A lead campaigner against LGBT lessons in Birmingham schools says morally, homosexuality is not "a valid sexual relationship".
An abused stray from Lebanon finds a home in Brighton
A dog left blind after being shot 17 times in Lebanon has become a therapy pet in Brighton.
Oxford teenager: 'I live in fear of knives'
Teenagers tell of their first-hand knowledge of deadly crime.
Bodycam footage shows pregnant Traveller's Cardiff arrest
Video of a pregnant woman from an Irish Traveller family being arrested, which has been criticised by a race equality charity.
'I was put on a plane with no warning'
One man, who has psychosis, was deported without medication, food or money the same day he was detained.
Nottinghamshire paramedic loses half his body weight
Miles Bryers, 24, weighed more than 25 stone before his dramatic weight loss.
The British man who survived the NZ attack
Nathan Smith says he doesn't know how he survived the Al Noor mosque attack in Christchurch.
Theresa May: 'I am not prepared to delay Brexit any further'
The PM says she will not accept a delay to Brexit beyond 30 June, and urges Parliament to "get on with it".
'My anorexia really loved Instagram'
One woman who has overcome anorexia says Instagram didn't cause her eating disorder, but it made it worse.
Stillborn baby's parents help others with memory blankets
Mike and Trish White came up with the idea for the blankets after losing two babies in two years.
Tusk: Delay conditional on positive Brexit vote
The president of the European Council says it will be possible to delay Brexit, but only if UK MPs back the withdrawal agreement.
Is the pressure on school standards fuelling knife crime?
School exclusions and knife crime are both on the rise in England, but are the two actually linked?
Anne, 104, 'arrested' for being an upstanding citizen
Anne Brokenbrow has never done anything wrong in her life but wanted to see what it was like to be arrested.
The good things about ADHD: 'It's my superpower'
ADHD can sometimes be portrayed quite negatively, so an ADHD parents' support group asked us to make a film looking at some of the good things about it.
Brexit: The choice facing British citizens living in Germany
What Brexit, freedom of movement and citizenship mean to three people living in Berlin.
Will Brexit happen on 29 March?
Will the UK actually leave the EU on 29 March?
Killing Eve star Jodie Comer talks about the new series and why she loves Villanelle.
Jodie Comer discusses why she may never get a role like Villanelle again and why she's surprised Killing Eve has been so popular.
Window cleaner makes road signs sparkle
Liam Wildish is on a mission to make roads safer by cleaning up grubby signs in his spare time.
Firefighters tackle large Bradford mill blaze
A four-storey mill on Great Horton Road in Bradford is ablaze and 50 firefighters are in attendance.