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Sunday 1st March

Spurs wanted me as boss - Mourinho

11AM - BBC News

Jose Mourinho reveals ahead of Sunday's Capital One Cup final that Spurs approached him for the manager's job in 2007.


Baby knife-threat man stabs officer

11AM - BBC News

A knife-wielding man who threatened a baby at a south London property stabs a police officer twice as he tries to intervene.


CCTV shows UK girls on way to Syria

9AM - BBC News

New CCTV pictures appear to show three UK girls on the Turkish leg of what is believed to have been their journey to join Islamic State in Syria.


Emwazi 'felt like dead man walking'

9AM - BBC News

The extremist known as "Jihadi John" had suicidal thoughts after feeling harassed by MI5, according to email exchanges with a journalist.


East Coast rail back in private hands

9AM - BBC News

Services on the East Coast rail route between London and Scotland return to private hands after more than five years in the public sector.


VIDEO: Photographing black Britain

9AM - BBC News

As a new exhibition about the experience of black British people opens in London, Jamaican-born Photographer Neil Kenlock speaks to the BBC about the show.


Saturday 28th February

Orient admit to late player wages

8PM - BBC News

Fabio Liverani reveals his Leyton Orient players have not been paid this month but expects the issue to be resolved on Wednesday.


Altrincham 1-3 Barnet

7PM - BBC News

Barnet beat 10-man Altrincham to secure their first away win in five and keep pace with leaders Bristol Rovers.


Birmingham City 1-0 Brentford

7PM - BBC News

Birmingham see Stephen Gleeson sent off late on but hold on to beat Championship play-off hopefuls Brentford.


Charlton Athletic 3-0 Huddersfield Town

7PM - BBC News

Huddersfield manager Chris Powell endures a miserable return to Charlton as Tony Watt hits a brace for the Addicks.


Rotherham United 2-1 Millwall

7PM - BBC News

Police deal with crowd trouble from visiting Millwall fans as Rotherham climb away from the relegation places at New York Stadium.


Walsall 0-2 Leyton Orient

7PM - BBC News

Leyton Orient beef up their League One survival fight with a fully-deserved win at stuttering Walsall


Mansfield Town 2-1 Dagenham & Redbridge

7PM - BBC News

Junior Brown's late winner against Dagenham & Redbridge takes Mansfield five points clear of the League Two relegation zone.


Hartlepool United 1-0 AFC Wimbledon

7PM - BBC News

New signing Ryan Bird scores on his debut as Hartlepool beat AFC Wimbledon to move back within six points of safety.


Nuneaton Town 1-0 Welling United

6PM - BBC News

Andy Walker's goal gives Nuneaton a vital win in their battle to avoid relegation from the Conference against Welling.


Saracens 22-17 Newcastle

6PM - BBC News

Saracens move up to second in the Premiership table with a hard-fought win over Newcastle at Allianz Park.


Girl and man found dead by police

6PM - BBC News

A woman is arrested after a four-year-old girl and a man are found dead by police who forced entry at a property in Notting Hill.


Fulham 2-0 Derby County

5PM - BBC News

Nikolay Bodurov's first-half goal sets struggling Fulham on their way to a surprise win over Championship leaders Derby.


Storey fails in hour record attempt

5PM - BBC News

Britain's Dame Sarah Storey fails in her attempt to break the women's hour record at the London Olympic velodrome.


West Ham United 1-3 Crystal Palace

3PM - BBC News

Glenn Murray scored twice and was sent off as Crystal Palace recorded a league double over West Ham for the first time in 42 years.


Altrincham v Barnet

2PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Football Conference game between Altrincham and Barnet.


Hit-and-run crash suspect charged

1PM - BBC News

Police investigating a suspected hit-and-run in Dorset charge a man from Bournemouth following his arrest in London.


Cyclist, 15, killed in stab murder

11AM - BBC News

A 15-year-old boy was stabbed to death when three men attacked him while he was cycling with friends, police say.


VIDEO: Teacher: 'Jihadi John' had therapy

10AM - BBC News

The BBC has learned that Mohammed Emwazi, who has been identified as the Islamic State extremist 'Jihadi John', had anger management therapy at his secondary school in north-west London.


Apps in pockets, bums on seats

10AM - BBC News

The app making movies affordable


What would Wittgenstein say about that dress?

10AM - BBC News

The philosophy behind the colour of "that dress"


Emwazi had anger therapy - teacher

10AM - BBC News

A former teacher of the London man named as extremist "Jihadi John" says he received anger management therapy at secondary school after getting into fights.


IS using love as a recruitment tool

10AM - BBC News

IS needs women to build a state, says Razia Iqbal - and it is using social media to lure impressionable recruits.


VIDEO: Super cycle record attempt today

10AM - BBC News

Paralympic cycling star is going to try and break the record for the furthest distance cycled in an hour.


Friday 27th February

VIDEO: Family back new drug driving law

10PM - BBC News

A new law will be introduced making drug driving a specific offence after a campaign by the family of Lillian Groves.


Northampton 17-13 Harlequins

10PM - BBC News

Northampton extend their lead at the top of the Premiership to 13 points with a hard-fought win over Harlequins.


Cage: Rights group or terror apologists?

10PM - BBC News

What we know about the group Cage


Man jailed for knifepoint robberies

9PM - BBC News

A man has been jailed for 14 months for carrying out three robberies in west London.


Guedioura returns to Watford on loan

6PM - BBC News

Watford re-sign midfielder Adlene Guedioura on an emergency loan from Premier League side Crystal Palace.


Stray Tube cat gets island habitat

6PM - BBC News

A stray cat found wandering in a London Underground station gets a new home on the Isle of Wight.


Extremists 'not radicalised by MI5'

6PM - BBC News

Extremists like the Islamic State militant known as 'Jihadi John' from London are not radicalised through contact with security services, ex-MI6 chief Sir John Sawers says.


Daggers sign Brighton's Fenelon

5PM - BBC News

League Two side Dagenham & Redbridge sign Brighton & Hove Albion striker Shamir Fenelon on a one-month loan deal.


Brentford pair join Wycombe on loan

5PM - BBC News

Wycombe Wanderers sign Brentford midfielders Sam Sunders and Nico Yennaris on loan until 29 March.


Priest found guilty of sex abuse

4PM - BBC News

A Catholic priest is found guilty of sexually abusing a teenage boy at a children's home in west London.


Birmingham City v Brentford

3PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Birmingham City and Brentford.


Mourinho values League Cup status

2PM - BBC News

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes he has changed the way Premier League clubs approach the League Cup.


Coventry sign Brentford's Proschwitz

2PM - BBC News

Coventry City sign Brentford striker Nick Proschwitz on an emergency loan for the rest of the season.


PM defends spies over 'Jihadi John'

2PM - BBC News

The prime minister defends the security services amid criticisms they failed to stop the Islamic State militant known as "Jihadi John" from travelling to Syria.


Saracens v Newcastle (Sat)

1PM - BBC News

Team news as Saracens host Newcastle Falcons in Saturday's Premiership fixture at Allianz Park (15:00 GMT).


Rotherham United v Millwall

1PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Rotherham United and Millwall.


Madonna 'suffered whiplash' at Brits

1PM - BBC News

Pop star Madonna says she suffered whiplash as a result of her "nightmare" accident at Wednesday's Brit Awards.


Wilshere has minor ankle procedure

12PM - BBC News

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has a "minor procedure to stop ankle discomfort", reveals manager Arsene Wenger.


Gary Glitter jailed for 16 years

12PM - BBC News

Former singer Gary Glitter is jailed for 16 years for sexual abuse of three young girls that took place between 1975 and 1980.


Spurs must recover fast - Pochettino

11AM - BBC News

Tottenham must get over the Europa League loss to Fiorentina before the League Cup final, boss Mauricio Pochettino says.


Boris Bikes' new sponsor named

11AM - BBC News

Santander is chosen to take over the sponsorship of London's cycle hire scheme.


Halfway in 24-year photo project

10AM - BBC News

The 24-year photography project


Bank to take over 'Boris bikes'

9AM - BBC News

Santander has been chosen to take over the sponsorship of London's cycle hire scheme.


'Why missing Matic won't matter for Chelsea'

8AM - BBC News

Robbie Savage explains why despite Nemanja Matic's suspension and Tottenham's good form, he expects Chelsea to win Sunday's Capital One Cup final.


Tube worker 'sacked over epilepsy'

8AM - BBC News

A London Underground worker was sacked for having epilepsy, Labour MP Kate Hoey says.


VIDEO: Family's stroke awareness campaign

7AM - BBC News

A footballer's family want to raise awareness in the name of Jac Rush, who had dreams of joining a professional team before he had a stroke.


Widow wants 'Jihadi John' alive

7AM - BBC News

The widow of a man killed by "Jihadi John", the masked Islamic State militant identified on Thursday as a man from London, says she wants him caught alive.


Chelsea sign 40m-a-year shirt deal

12AM - BBC News

Chelsea sign a five-year shirt sponsorship with a Japanese tyre manufacturer worth a reported 40m per year.


Charlton 'own up' to pitch sex video

12AM - BBC News

Charlton have admitted that video footage showing a couple having sex on the pitch at The Valley was a publicity stunt.


Thursday 26th February

Wenger must be ruthless - Silvestre

11PM - BBC News

Arsene Wenger needs to be more ruthless if he is to have success in Europe, says ex-Arsenal defender Mikael Silvestre.


Fawwaz guilty of US embassy attacks

11PM - BBC News

Aman described as Osama Bin Laden's spokesman in London has been found guilty of plotting the al-Qaeda bombing of US embassies in east Africa in 1998, killing 224 people.


Judge slams gun import plot prison

11PM - BBC News

A judge condemns as "a scandal" the prison security that allowed an inmate to import at least eight Skorpion submachine guns into Britain.


Man charged with neck stab murder

10PM - BBC News

A suspect is charged with the murder of a man who died after he was stabbed in the neck as he sat in his car in east London.


Litvinenko inquiry shown CCTV footage

9PM - BBC News

CCTV footage of ex-Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko before he is said to have been given a fatal dose of poison is shown at an inquiry into his death.


Fiorentina 2-0 Tottenham Hotspur (agg 3-1)

8PM - BBC News

Fiorentina knock Tottenham out of the Europa League after second-leg goals from Mario Gomez and Mohamed Salah.


Shell centre challenge fail

8PM - BBC News

A legal challenge to a 1.3bn plan to redevelop part of London's South Bank is rejected by the High Court.


Wealthier tenants 'to pay more rent'

7PM - BBC News

The wealthier tenants of an east London housing estate could pay more rent than their neighbours as a housing charity considers mean-testing rent.


Man pleads guilty over Tube stabbing

7PM - BBC News

A man pleads guilty over the stabbing of a London Underground worker in the face at a west London Tube station ticket hall.


Pardew in appeal to Palace away fans

6PM - BBC News

Alan Pardew says he understands why Crystal Palace fans may not go to the West Ham game because of high ticket prices.


Fiorentina v Tottenham Hotspur (agg 1-1)

5PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Thursday's Europa League game between Fiorentina and Tottenham Hotspur.


VIDEO: Savile's brother 'also abused patients'

4PM - BBC News

Jimmy Savile's brother, Johnny, was also abusing patients an investigation reveals.


Sport key to success, says Gonzalez

4PM - BBC News

Sport can launch success in other areas of life, says Miriam Gonzalez Durantez - the founder of a programme which helps young women make career choices.


Man sentenced for doctor CV changes

4PM - BBC News

A recruitment consultant, who changed eight doctors' CVs to secure them jobs, is given a suspended sentence.


Mansfield Town v Dagenham & Redbridge

3PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's League Two game between Mansfield Town and Dagenham & Redbridge.


Savile's brother 'also an abuser'

3PM - BBC News

The older brother of Jimmy Savile was implicated in seven sex attacks at south London's Springfield Hospital, a report finds.


Brentford sign Foxes defender Moore

2PM - BBC News

Championship play-off hopefuls Brentford sign Leicester centre-back Liam Moore on loan until the end of the season.


Orient sign Burnley defender O'Neill

2PM - BBC News

League One side Leyton Orient sign Burnley right-back Luke O'Neill on loan until the end of the season.


Charlton investigate pitch sex video

2PM - BBC News

Charlton are investigating online footage appearing to show a couple having sex on the club's pitch.


Wakefield agree Broncos link-up

1PM - BBC News

Wakefield Wildcats sign a dual registration agreement with Championship side London Broncos.


VIDEO: The Brits: Hits and winners

12PM - BBC News

The Brit Awards celebrated a year of British music success in a star-studded show in London


VIDEO: Identity revealed of 'Jihadi John'

12PM - BBC News

The Islamic State militant known as "Jihadi John", who has been pictured in the videos of the beheadings of several Western hostages, has been named.


VIDEO: Police 'overstretched' in London

12PM - BBC News

An internal Metropolitan Police report seen by BBC London reveals local officers are overstretched and less visible.


VIDEO: Computer teaches itself to play games

12PM - BBC News

Researchers say they have developed an artificial intelligence system that has taught itself how to win 1980s computer games.


Lohan to do more community service

12PM - BBC News

A US judge tells actress Lindsay Lohan that community service she did in London last year did not count - and she must do 125 hours more.


Council pulls out of palace talks

11AM - BBC News

Plans for a replica Crystal Palace suffer a set back as a south London council pulls out of negotiations with a Chinese developer.


Teeth extracted from King displayed

11AM - BBC News

Teeth extracted from King John are set to go on display as part of the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta.


'Jihadi John' named as London man

11AM - BBC News

The Islamic State militant known as "Jihadi John", who has been pictured in videos of the beheadings of Western hostages, is named as Mohammed Emwazi from London.


Noble extends West Ham deal to 2020

10AM - BBC News

West Ham midfielder Mark Noble signs a contract extension, keeping him at the club until 2020.


Galloway rival withdraws in Bradford

10AM - BBC News

Tower Hamlets councillor Amina Ali withdraws days after her selection, citing family reasons.


Arsenal suicidal in defence - Wenger

9AM - BBC News

Manager Arsene Wenger criticises Arsenal's defensive performance and mentality in a 3-1 Champions League loss to Monaco.


Finn backs English 'Big Bash' league

9AM - BBC News

England bowler Steven Finn welcomes plans for a Big Bash-style franchise Twenty20 league in English cricket.


Farah-Vernon rivalry 'adds spice'

9AM - BBC News

Mo Farah's row with GB team-mate Andy Vernon is good for their sport, according to UK Athletics president Lynn Davies.


The man who invented the dinosaur

7AM - BBC News

The scientist behind the Natural History Museum


Kevin Spacey to get special Olivier

7AM - BBC News

Actor and theatre director Kevin Spacey will be honoured with a special prize at this year's Olivier Awards.


Dispute over outdoor smoking ban call

7AM - BBC News

Health experts at Imperial College London argue the ban on smoking in indoor public spaces should be extended to cover outdoor spaces such as parks.


Call to ban energy drinks for kids

7AM - BBC News

Energy drinks should be banned for children under 16, according to the campaign and research group Action on Sugar.


Brit Awards 2015: In Pictures

7AM - BBC News

Highlights from this year's Brit Awards ceremony at London's O2 Arena.


Wednesday 25th February

Arsenal 1-3 Monaco

10PM - BBC News

Former Tottenham striker Dimitar Berbatov nets as Monaco beat Arsenal in the first leg of their Champions League tie.


Mayor 'knows he has a lot to lose'

10PM - BBC News

An east London mayor facing electoral fraud allegations tells a special High Court he "knows he has a lot to lose".


Missing UK girls 'picked up by IS'

9PM - BBC News

Three girls from east London believed to have been smuggled into Syria from Turkey were met at the border by Islamic State militants, the BBC learns.


Seven come forward after chant appeal

9PM - BBC News

Seven men identified as part of an investigation into alleged racist chanting after a Chelsea game in Paris have now come forward, police say.


VIDEO: Smuggler: How girls entered Syria

8PM - BBC News

A people smuggler has told the BBC how three east London schoolgirls were taken across the border from Turkey to Syria.


In pictures: Vintage Nasa photographs for sale

8PM - BBC News

A collection of vintage photographs by Nasa's pioneering astronauts goes under the hammer at Bloomsbury Auctions in London.


VIDEO: Men 'pressurised to use steroids'

7PM - BBC News

Concern has been raised that an increasing number of young men in London are using anabolic steroids.


Libor fines benefit air ambulances

7PM - BBC News

Air ambulance charities are to receive 250,000 each from the government as part of the Libor fine fund.


Prison officer 'justified' Sun leaks

7PM - BBC News

An officer at a Serco-run immigration centre justified leaking stories to The Sun by claiming the firm turned a blind eye to corruption, a court hears.


Arrest in Syrian fighter fund inquiry

7PM - BBC News

A 22-year-old man has been arrested as part of an investigation into the alleged funding of fighters in Syria, the Metropolitan Police say.


Olympic Stadium to host England Test

6PM - BBC News

England will play one of their three-match Test series games against New Zealand in the Olympic Stadium in London.


Babb leaves Hayes & Yeading role

6PM - BBC News

Former Liverpool player Phil Babb leaves his managerial role at Conference South team Hayes & Yeading by mutual consent.


Fiorentina v Tottenham Hotspur

6PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Thursday's Europa League game between Fiorentina and Tottenham Hotspur.


Brown out after concussion setback

6PM - BBC News

England's Mike Brown is out of Sunday's Six Nations match in Ireland after suffering a setback in his recovery from concussion.


Chelsea's Baker makes MK Dons move

6PM - BBC News

MK Dons sign Chelsea midfielder Lewis Baker on loan until the end of the season, including the play-offs.


Fulham extend Richards loan spell

6PM - BBC News

Championship side Fulham extend the loan spell of Swansea City right-back Jazz Richards until the end of the season.


Star Wars fan makes 24,000 on figures

4PM - BBC News

A Star Wars super fan sells off more of his collection for more than 24,000 at an auction in Teesside.


Mayor accused of 'filibustering'

3PM - BBC News

Prosecuting lawyers accuse an east London mayor facing electoral fraud allegations of "filibustering" in the High Court .


'More young men' using steroids

3PM - BBC News

The number of young men using steroids in London is rising, a drugs charity warns.


Seven men sought in chants inquiry

2PM - BBC News

British Transport Police issue photos of seven men they want to question about alleged racist chanting after Chelsea's Champions League match in Paris last week.


Harlequins sign back-row Talei

12PM - BBC News

Harlequins sign Fiji international back-row Netani Talei on a deal until the end of the season.


VIDEO: Backstage at the Brit Awards 2015

11AM - BBC News

Natalie Jamieson goes on a backstage tour ahead of the Brits Awards 2015.


'Cash for access' row MPs warned

11AM - BBC News

Sir Malcolm Rifkind and Jack Straw will 'cop it' if they have broken parliamentary rules in the "cash-for-access" claims, Commons Speaker John Bercow says.


VIDEO: Missing schoolgirls 'in Syria'

7AM - BBC News

Scotland Yard say they believe the three schoolgirls from east London who flew to Turkey a week ago are now in Syria.


Stars descend on London for Brits

7AM - BBC News

Sam Smith, Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift will share the spotlight at this year's Brit Awards, which take place at London's O2 arena later.


'Give HIV drugs to healthy gay men'

7AM - BBC News

Healthy gay men should be offered drugs which are normally used to treat HIV in order to prevent infection, say UK Medical Research Council scientists.


From the catwalk to the High Street

7AM - BBC News

How fashion shows affect what we wear


How IS helps foreigners reach Syria

7AM - BBC News

How do people reach Syria?


London cyclists in 23,000 accidents

1AM - BBC News

There were 22,988 accidents and 80 deaths involving cyclists in London over five-years, according to Department for Transport (DfT) figures.


Millwall 1-3 Sheffield Wednesday

12AM - BBC News

Ian Holloway faces calls to be sacked after Sheffield Wednesday win to deepen Millwall's relegation worries.


Tuesday 24th February

Wolverhampton Wanderers 3-0 Fulham

11PM - BBC News

Bakary Sako scores twice as Wolves maintain their Championship play-off hopes with victory over Fulham at Molineux.


Cambridge United 0-0 AFC Wimbledon

11PM - BBC News

Cambridge United and AFC Wimbledon both miss penalties on their way to a goalless draw in League Two.


Brentford 4-0 Blackpool

11PM - BBC News

Arsenal loan midfielder Jon Toral scores a hat-trick as Brentford enjoy an emphatic victory over 10-man Blackpool.


Derby County 2-0 Charlton Athletic

10PM - BBC News

First half goals from Jeff Hendrick and Jesse Lingard give Championship leaders Derby victory against Charlton.


VIDEO: Family warning over 'Nutella fire'

9PM - BBC News

A family issue a warning after their home was destroyed and their dog was killed in a blaze that was caused by sunrays shining through a glass jar of Nutella.


Mayor accused of lying 'over years'

7PM - BBC News

The mayor of an east London borough accused of electoral fraud is told in the High Court he "would not know the truth" if it slapped him.


VIDEO: 'I don't think I did anything wrong'

6PM - BBC News

Sir Malcolm Rifkind has insisted he has done nothing wrong, after stepping down as and MP after criticism over "cash-for-access" claims.


Pressure doesn't bother me - Wenger

6PM - BBC News

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger welcomes the pressure ahead of the Champions League clash with his former club Monaco.


Matic ban reduced to two games

6PM - BBC News

Chelsea midfielder Nemanja Matic's violent conduct ban is reduced from three games to two.


Missing UK girls in Syria, police say

6PM - BBC News

Three missing UK teenagers believed to be heading to join Islamic State militants are thought to have crossed into Syria, police say.


VIDEO: See Nelson's Column under construction

4PM - BBC News

Salt and print photography - the earliest form of paper photography - produced some amazing images, including Nelson's Column under construction


Arsenal v Monaco

4PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday's Champions League game between Arsenal and Monaco.


Accused mayor defends newspaper

3PM - BBC News

The mayor of an east London borough who is accused of electoral fraud tells the High Court his council's newspaper was not a "propaganda machine for me".


Kilbane complaint at West Ham chant

2PM - BBC News

Kevin Kilbane makes a complaint to the FA over an alleged chant by West Ham fans mocking disabled people.


Rifkind quits as chairman and MP

12PM - BBC News

Sir Malcolm Rifkind is to step down as an MP for the London seat of Kensington at the General Election after the "cash for access" row.


Wonga to cut third of workforce

12PM - BBC News

Payday lender Wonga says it expects to cut 325 jobs - more than a third of its workforce - as it meets new regulations.


Murray brothers in GB Davis Cup team

11AM - BBC News

James Ward and Dominic Inglot join the Murray brothers in Great Britain's Davis Cup team to face the United States in Glasgow.


Rifkind quits committee and as an MP

11AM - BBC News

Sir Malcolm Rifkind is to step down as an MP for the London seat of Kensington at the General Election after the "cash for access" row.


UK police deny missing girls delay

10AM - BBC News

Scotland Yard denies it took three days to inform Turkey about the three London schoolgirls travelling to Syria, possibly to join Islamic State.


Peanut allergy 'cut by early exposure'

9AM - BBC News

A study in London suggests eating peanut as a baby can dramatically reduce the risk of allergy - contrary to advice given around the world.


Rifkind 'under pressure' to step down

8AM - BBC News

London MP Sir Malcolm Rifkind will find it "very difficult" to remain chairman of Parliament's Intelligence and Security Committee when he faces "cash for political access" claims, his predecessor says.


VIDEO: How women are smuggled into Syria

7AM - BBC News

A people smuggler describes the process of how foreign women are smuggled into Syria from Turkey.


VIDEO: Is fashion feminist?

7AM - BBC News

A fashion academic explores the exploitation and celebration of women by the fashion industry.


Imitation Game leads Empire Awards

7AM - BBC News

The critics have had their say, now it


Seeing inside dead bodies

7AM - BBC News

Forensic pathologists looking for answers


Firms flouting minimum wage named

7AM - BBC News

The government names 70 companies that have failed to pay workers the minimum wage.


Early exposure 'cuts peanut allergy'

7AM - BBC News

A study suggests eating peanut as a baby can dramatically reduce the risk of allergy - contrary to advice given around the world.


Bionic research project gets 1.4m

7AM - BBC News

A new generation of bionic limbs could be the result of research being led by scientists at Newcastle University.


Dementia research matchmaker scheme

7AM - BBC News

An online and telephone scheme has been launched to match dementia researchers with members of the public who want to take part in studies.


Turkey complaint over girls' alert

7AM - BBC News

Turkey criticises the UK for taking too long to inform it about the three London schoolgirls travelling to Syria possibly to join Islamic State.


Pressure on Rifkind increases

7AM - BBC News

London MP Sir Malcolm Rifkind will find it "very difficult" to remain chairman of Parliament's Intelligence and Security Committee when he faces "cash for political access" claims, his predecessor says.


Kew announces new science plans

7AM - BBC News

Kew Gardens, which is facing an annual 5m budget deficit, announces its new science strategy.


'Nutella jar house blaze' kills dog

1AM - BBC News

Sunrays shining through a glass jar of Nutella chocolate spread sparked a huge house fire that killed a family's dog, London Fire Brigade says.


Monday 23rd February

VIDEO: Crossrail worker 'crushed to death'

9PM - BBC News

An inquest has heard how a "hugely experienced" construction worker was crushed to death when nearly a tonne of concrete collapsed on him in a tunnel.


Litvinenko called suspect 'a friend'

8PM - BBC News

Alexander Litvinenko once described his suspected murderer as a "good friend", an inquiry has heard.


Woman guilty of terrorism offences

8PM - BBC News

The girlfriend of a British man fighting in Syria is found guilty of terrorism offences after she supplied him with 1,000 in cash.


Accused priest 'ashamed over porn'

7PM - BBC News

A Catholic priest breaks down in tears at his sex abuse trial as he recalls his gay and sadomasochistic pornography collection.


Mayor accuses Labour of racism

7PM - BBC News

The mayor of an east London borough who stands accused of electoral fraud tells a judge that the Labour Party bears "hallmarks of institutional racism".


Cambridge United v AFC Wimbledon

5PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's League Two game between Cambridge United and AFC Wimbledon.


Brentford v Blackpool

5PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's Championship game between Brentford and Blackpool.


Thousands against graveyard plan

5PM - BBC News

More than 3,000 residents sign a petition against plans to landscape London cemetery to accommodate more than 1,000 burial plots.


Syria trio 'not radicalised' at school

4PM - BBC News

There is no evidence that three girls thought to be going to Syria to join Islamic State were radicalised at Bethnal Green Academy, its principal says.


MPs Rifkind and Straw suspended

4PM - BBC News

Ex-UK foreign secretary and London MP Sir Malcolm Rifkind suspended from parliamentary party over cash-for-access claims


Crossrail man 'crushed by concrete'

4PM - BBC News

A construction worker was crushed to death when nearly a tonne of concrete collapsed on him, an inquest hears.


Accused mayor in constitution apology

4PM - BBC News

The mayor of an east London borough accused of electoral fraud apologises for forgetting he signed off his own party's constitution.


New London bridge designs unveiled

3PM - BBC News

Dozens of designs for a new bridge across the the River Thames in south-west London are unveiled.


VIDEO: Footage emerges of anti-Semitic chant

2PM - BBC News

Video footage emerges of a group of men, thought to be West Ham fans, chanting anti-Semitic abuse on a train in north London


Accused mayor apologises in court

2PM - BBC News

The mayor of an east London borough who is accused of electoral fraud apologises for forgetting he had signed off his own party's constitution.


QPR head to Dubai for training camp

1PM - BBC News

QPR will fly out for warm-weather training because of a free weekend as a result of Tottenham's League Cup final involvement.


Charlton sign ex-West Ham man Diarra

1PM - BBC News

Charlton Athletic sign former West Ham midfielder Alou Diarra on a deal until the end of the season.


Tories suspend Rifkind after 'sting'

1PM - BBC News

Ex-UK foreign secretary and London MP Sir Malcolm Rifkind suspended from parliamentary party over cash-for-access claims


UK Ebola medics under investigation

1PM - BBC News

Five UK Ebola nurses and doctors are under investigation by regulators, Public Health England says.


Headteachers face new mandatory test

1PM - BBC News

All new headteachers will need to study for a specially-designed qualification, the Scottish government announces.


Syria girl used sister's passport

12PM - BBC News

British police officers are in Turkey as the search continues for three London schoolgirls believed to be heading for Syria to join Islamic State militants.


Fans' anti-Semitic chanting probed

12PM - BBC News

Video footage emerges of a group of men, thought to be West Ham fans, chanting anti-Semitic abuse on the London Underground.


Sturgeon to visit top London school

12PM - BBC News

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says Scotland can learn lessons from schools in England ahead of a visit to a high achieving London junior school.


Chelsea to contest Matic red card

11AM - BBC News

Chelsea are to appeal against the red card shown to Nemanja Matic during Saturday's draw with Burnley at Stamford Bridge.


Brentford extend Long's loan deal

11AM - BBC News

Championship club Brentford extend Everton forward Chris Long's loan spell at Griffin Park by a month.


Secretly filmed MPs deny wrongdoing

11AM - BBC News

Ex-Foreign Secretaries Jack Straw and Sir Malcolm Rifkind say they have broken no rules after being secretly filmed apparently offering their services to a private company for thousands of pounds.


VIDEO: 'Syria' girl's sister: She's our baby

10AM - BBC News

Renu Begum, the sister of one of the three girls who are believed to have fled to Syria to join Islamic State,, urges her to come home, saying she is "our baby".


VIDEO: MOTD3: Gallagher on 'whinger' Mourinho

10AM - BBC News

Mark Chapman is joined by Mark Lawrenson, Jermaine Jenas and special guest Noel Gallagher to discuss the weekend's talking points in the Premier League.


Man held over woman's crash death

10AM - BBC News

A 26-year-old man is arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving after a woman was fatally struck by a car in north London.


VIDEO: Tackling FGM's poor prosecution rate

8AM - BBC News

BBC Inside Out investigates why there have been no successful prosecutions for female genital mutilation even though it has been a criminal offence in Britain for 30 years.


Secretly-filmed MPs deny wrongdoing

8AM - BBC News

Two former foreign secretaries, Jack Straw and Sir Malcolm Rifkind, have been secretly filmed apparently offering their services to a private company for money.


How extremists recruit on social media

7AM - BBC News

A leading expert explains the tactics she's seen Islamic State fighters use to recruit young people from London and the rest of the UK.


VIDEO: Inside London Fashion Week

7AM - BBC News

Do high end catwalk shows have any bearing on high street fashion?


Can we escape urban commuting hell?

7AM - BBC News

The future of urban transport systems


UK police in Turkey for Syria girls

7AM - BBC News

British police officers are in Turkey as the search continues for three London schoolgirls believed to be heading for Syria to join Islamic State militants.


Chelsea fan sorry over Paris incident

7AM - BBC News

An ex-police officer and Chelsea fan apologises for his part in an alleged racist incident on the Paris Metro - but denies he is a racist.


Barry George in compensation protest

7AM - BBC News

Barry George, the man wrongfully convicted of the murder of TV presenter Jill Dando in Fulham, tells the BBC that a decision not to award him compensation is "a mockery of justice".



National News

Dyke keen for video trials in UK

Football Association chairman Greg Dyke says he is keen to conduct video technology trials in the United Kingdom.

Arrest after crash death of boy, 10

A man is arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving after a 10-year-old boy is hit by a van.

Spurs wanted me as boss - Mourinho

Jose Mourinho reveals ahead of Sunday's Capital One Cup final that Spurs approached him for the manager's job in 2007.

Baby knife-threat man stabs officer

A knife-wielding man who threatened a baby at a south London property stabs a police officer twice as he tries to intervene.

Sri Lanka thump England in World Cup

England slip to a third crushing defeat in four World Cup games as Sri Lanka chase 310 to win by nine wickets.

Business News

L'Oreal to change 'bad at maths' ad

A numeracy charity's challenge prompts beauty giant L'Oreal to change an advert boasting about not being good at maths.

Account data stolen in TalkTalk hack

TalkTalk customers are being warned about scammers who managed to steal account numbers and names from the company's computers.

East Coast rail back in private hands

Services on the East Coast rail route between London and Scotland return to private hands after more than five years in the public sector.

VIDEO: Budget 'India's chance to fly'

India's finance minister, Arun Jaitley, has been presenting the government of Narendra Modi's first full budget.

MPs call for energy switch 'refunds'

Energy price comparison sites should compensate customers who changed to tariffs that may not have been the cheapest deals, MPs say.

Entertainment News

Looted Iraq museum opens 12 years on

Iraq's national museum officially reopens in Baghdad, 12 years after it was looted in the aftermath of the invasion that toppled Saddam Hussein.

Ageism a disaster, says Scott Thomas

A lack of film roles for actresses in their 50s is "a disaster" and the situation is unlikely to change, Dame Kristin Scott Thomas says.

Second book of 'lost' Sherlock story found

The mystery of the second 'lost' Sherlock Holmes story

Apps in pockets, bums on seats

Keeping cinema affordable after Orange Wednesday's demise

Has the world become too visual?

Has the world's addiction to images gone too far?

Sport News

Roberts has 'no idea' over future

Jamie Roberts says he has "no idea" if his long-term future lies with French club Racing Metro amid reports he may leave.

Hong Kong runners in 'boring' race

Runners compete in Hong Kong's first inner-city ultra marathon, despite organisers describing it as "quite boring".

Dyke keen for video trials in UK

Football Association chairman Greg Dyke says he is keen to conduct video technology trials in the United Kingdom.

Pakistan fight back to beat Zimbabwe

Graves leaves door open on Pietersen

Technology News

Has the world become too visual?

Has the world's addiction to images gone too far?

BBC launches Richard III on WhatsApp

BBC launches a WhatsApp service so you can get Richard III updates direct to your phone.

Apps in pockets, bums on seats

Keeping cinema affordable after Orange Wednesday's demise

VIDEO: The chair that assembles itself

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are examining the possibilities of self-assembly.

VIDEO: Wheel gives cyclists an extra push

A power assistance device turns push bikes into electric hybrid bicycles