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Friday 18th April

Crawley Town 2-1 Leyton Orient

7PM - BBC News

Crawley's third consecutive win puts an end to Leyton Orient's hopes of earning automatic promotion from League One.


Brentford 1-0 Preston North End

6PM - BBC News

Brentford win promotion to the Championship after beating Preston North End 1-0 thanks to Alan Judge's first-half penalty.


AFC Wimbledon 2-2 Newport County

5PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Friday's League Two game between AFC Wimbledon and Newport County.


Torquay United 0-1 Dagenham & Redbridge

5PM - BBC News

Torquay's hopes of remaining in the Football League take a huge blow after a narrow defeat by Dagenham and Redbridge.


In Pictures: Trafalgar Square Passion

5PM - BBC News

Crowds watch a retelling of the Passion story


Charlton Athletic 0-0 Bolton Wanderers

5PM - BBC News

Charlton move two points clear of the relegation zone after playing out a goalless draw with mid-table Bolton.


Davis may be offered tour reprieve

4PM - BBC News

World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn says six-time world champion Steve Davis could get a professional tour wild card.


VIDEO: The book shop on a boat

4PM - BBC News

Meet the woman who floated away from it all


Leicester City v Queens Park Rangers

3PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Leicester City and Queens Park Rangers.


Luxury bags stolen in store raid

3PM - BBC News

Chanel handbags worth thousands of pounds each are stolen during a ram- raid at the luxury brand's west London store.


West Ham striker Tombides, 20, dies

3PM - BBC News

West Ham confirm that their 20-year-old Australian-born striker Dylan Tombides has died of cancer.


A fifth of gardeners 'throw snails'

2PM - BBC News

A survey finds one-fifth of gardeners admit to throwing snails over their neighbour's fence, with Londoners the worst culprits.


Tottenham Hotspur v Fulham

1PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Premier League game between Tottenham Hotspur and Fulham.


West Ham United v Crystal Palace

1PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Premier League game between West Ham United and Crystal Palace.


Nuneaton Town v Barnet (Sat)

1PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Conference Premier game between Nuneaton Town and Barnet.


Liverpool trio on PFA award list

1PM - BBC News

Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard is among six nominees for the PFA player of the year title.


Charlton Athletic v Bolton Wanderers

1PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Friday's Championship game between Charlton Athletic and Bolton Wanderers.


DLR station makes way for Crossrail

1PM - BBC News

Docklands Light Railway's (DLR) Pudding Mill Lane stop shuts to make way for a much larger station after Easter.


Pulis happy to discuss Cardiff row

11AM - BBC News

Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis is willing to talk to the Premier League over Cardiff's claims of team-sheet leaking.


Rail services disrupted by work

11AM - BBC News

Rail passengers travelling from Kent, Sussex and Surrey into London face disruption as engineering work takes place over the Easter weekend.


Channel Tunnel trains back to normal

11AM - BBC News

Channel Tunnel rail services have returned to normal on Good Friday morning after being hit by severe disruption.


Bullied children still suffer at 50

10AM - BBC News

Children can experience the negative effects of bullying on their physical and mental health more than 40 years later, says a study from King's College London.


Channel Tunnel due back to normal

8AM - BBC News

Channel Tunnel rail services are expected to return to normal on Good Friday morning after being hit by severe disruption.


Channel Tunnel trains 'run as normal'

7AM - BBC News

Channel Tunnel rail services are expected to return to normal on Good Friday morning after being hit by severe disruption.


Thursday 17th April

London Broncos 22-28 Catalan Dragons

11PM - BBC News

Catalan Dragons survive a late London Broncos fightback - led by Mason Caton-Brown - to earn a fourth win in five matches.


Channel Tunnel train delay 'chaos'

11PM - BBC News

Hundreds of Channel Tunnel rail passengers are stuck at stations, after a series of problems caused delays.


Man charged with firearm possession

10PM - BBC News

A man is charged after police seize firearms and ammunition from an address in east London.


Offer to freeze Crohn's patient eggs

8PM - BBC News

A woman with Crohn's disease accepts an offer of private treatment to freeze her eggs after NHS funding to preserve her fertility was refused.


Robson out of French Open & Wimbledon

7PM - BBC News

Britain's Laura Robson confirms she will miss the French Open and Wimbledon after having minor wrist surgery.


Magath seeking Tottenham insight

7PM - BBC News

Fulham boss Felix Magath says he sees no problem in asking anyone for an insight into the opposition.


Roads: 'Busiest day of year so far'

7PM - BBC News

Millions of drivers take to Britain's roads in what experts believe is the busiest day of the year so far.


VIDEO: 'Protest is lifeblood of democracy'

6PM - BBC News

The Green MP Caroline Lucas and four other defendants have been cleared of public order offences during an anti-fracking protest in August last year.


Torquay United v Dagenham & Redbridge

6PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Friday's League Two game between Torquay United and Dagenham & Redbridge.


Police car stolen at officer's home

6PM - BBC News

A thief steals an unmarked Metropolitan Police car after taking the keys in a burglary at an officer's home in Essex.


Abu Hamza 'used cover of religion'

6PM - BBC News

A radical cleric extradited from the UK "used the cover of religion" to hide his part in a global terror campaign, a prosecutor in New York says.


AFC Wimbledon v Newport County

5PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Friday's League Two game between AFC Wimbledon and Newport County.


Lamela to miss end of the season

5PM - BBC News

Tottenham's record signing Erik Lamela will not play again this season because of a back injury, boss Tim Sherwood says.


VIDEO: Love locks spread across the capital

4PM - BBC News

Padlocks have started appearing on bridges and fences across London hung by couples wishing to leave a symbol of their love.


Harlequins v Leicester (Fri)

4PM - BBC News

Team news as Harlequins host Leicester in Friday's Premiership fixture at Twickenham Stoop (19:45 BST).


VIDEO: Babylab studies development of ADHD

4PM - BBC News

Scientists at a London laboratory carry out tests to try to discover how and why some people develop Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).


Tube staff plan five days of strikes

3PM - BBC News

RMT workers on the London Underground are to take five days of strike action according to the union.


Brentford v Preston North End

2PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Friday's League One game between Brentford and Preston North End.


Prosecutors launch Abu Hamza trial

2PM - BBC News

Prosecutors in New York are due to open their terrorism case against Abu Hamza al-Masri, the radical cleric extradited from the UK in 2012.


New London Zoo cubs in 'rude health'

2PM - BBC News

Six months after a rare tiger cub died, London Zoo's new triplet cubs have been given a clean bill of health.


Police vow to catch Fletcher killer

1PM - BBC News

The police say they are "determined to catch the person responsible" for the murder of a policewoman who was shot dead in central London 30 years ago.


Scott earns Arsenal point in opener

12PM - BBC News

Alex Scott's goal ensures FA Cup holders Arsenal opened their Women's Super League season with a 1-1 draw at Notts County.


Met in 'one of biggest gun hauls'

12PM - BBC News

The Metropolitan Police say they have seized one of their biggest gun hauls ever in east London.


Injured Pietersen out of IPL opener

11AM - BBC News

Kevin Pietersen will miss Delhi Daredevils' IPL opening game against Bangalore on Thursday with a finger injury.


Tube staff vote to go on strike

11AM - BBC News

Senior staff at Transport for London vote to take strike action in a row over pay and pensions.


Palace loss should not stand - Cardiff

10AM - BBC News

The BBC obtains a letter sent by Cardiff City that says their defeat by Crystal Palace in early April should not stand.


Palace safe from relegation - Pulis

9AM - BBC News

Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis is certain his team are safe from relegation after beating Everton at Goodison Park.


Ebdon misses out on Crucible spot

9AM - BBC News

Peter Ebdon fails to qualify for the World Championship for the first time since turning professional.


Busy roads warning ahead of Easter

8AM - BBC News

Motorists are braced for what is set to be the busiest day of the year on the roads so far, with up to 16m cars expected to be used over Easter.


VIDEO: Nicky Jacobs: Full BBC interview

7AM - BBC News

Nicky Jacobs - the man cleared of killing PC Keith Blakelock during riots in London in 1985 - talks to BBC Newsnight.


VIDEO: Paxman eyes Irish Dancing trophy

7AM - BBC News

Jeremy Paxman closes Wednesday's edition of Newsnight with a performance by two young Irish dancing champions.


A return to Londonistan?

7AM - BBC News

Does London still appeal to Arab dissidents?


Busiest Easter day on roads expected

7AM - BBC News

Motorists are braced for what is set to be the busiest day of the year on the roads so far, with up to 16m cars expected to be used over Easter.


US case against Abu Hamza to start

7AM - BBC News

Prosecutors in New York are due to start outlining their case against Abu Hamza al-Masri, the radical cleric extradited from the UK in 2012.


Lamb takeaways 'often another meat'

7AM - BBC News

Takeaway owners are to face a new testing programme, after a watchdog found nearly a third of lamb takeaways it checked contained a different meat.


Wednesday 16th April

VIDEO: Human bones found under driveway

10PM - BBC News

A family have revealed how they were told human bones had been found underneath their driveway in south London.


Marathon runner's family 'shocked'

10PM - BBC News

The family of a runner who died after completing the London Marathon thank the public for their support.


Charges in corrupt payments inquiry

10PM - BBC News

Two men will appear in court in connection with Operation Elveden, the police investigation into alleged corrupt payments to public officials.


Everton 2-3 Crystal Palace

10PM - BBC News

Everton hand the initiative back to Arsenal in the race for fourth as they suffer a surprise 3-2 defeat to Crystal Palace.


Blakelock family 'must feel angry'

10PM - BBC News

Nicholas Jacobs, the man cleared of killing PC Keith Blakelock in 1985, says he would feel "angry" if he was a member of the police officer's family.


London Broncos v Catalan Dragons (Thu)

7PM - BBC News

Team news as London Broncos face Catalan Dragons in Thursday's Super League fixture at The Hive (20:00 BST).


Duff confirms Fulham exit and eyes US

4PM - BBC News

Veteran Fulham winger Damien Duff confirms he will leave Craven Cottage at the end of the season.


Met chief defends shredding probe

4PM - BBC News

The Met commissioner says it is right "to establish the facts" about the shredding of documents relating to possible police corruption before speaking to his predecessors.


Murtagh haul helps Middlesex to win

3PM - BBC News

Tim Murtagh's five-for sets Middlesex on their way to a 10-wicket Division One victory over Nottinghamshire at Lord's.


Riga certain of Charlton survival

3PM - BBC News

Charlton coach Jose Riga is adamant he can lead the club to survival despite losing 2-1 to fellow strugglers Barnsley.


VIDEO: Pegg and a Python team up on film

2PM - BBC News

Monty Python star Terry Jones has resurrected a script he discarded over 20 years ago and is now turning it into a film with an all star cast.


AUDIO: Matisse's beautiful cut-out artworks

2PM - BBC News

Matisse's great-granddaughter on his art


Paedophile ring 'protected MP Smith'

2PM - BBC News

Sir Cyril Smith's membership of a Westminster paedophile ring protected him from prosecution, a Labour MP claims.


Barnet coach Landvreugd departs club

12PM - BBC News

Barnet assistant head coach Ulrich Landvreugd leaves the Conference Premier club as part of "a change in direction".


'No evidence' in Tower Hamlets probe

12PM - BBC News

There is "no credible evidence of criminality" in files from an east London borough to suspect fraud, the Met Police says.


Human bones found under driveway

12PM - BBC News

Human bones, "including a skull", are discovered underneath a driveway by workmen in south London.


Connolly given five-game suspension

11AM - BBC News

Crawley's Paul Connolly is suspended for five matches after an altercation with a fan during the defeat at Brentford.


Angela Lansbury 'proud' to be a Dame

11AM - BBC News

London-born veteran actress Angela Lansbury says she is "very proud" to be honoured by the Queen in the country of her birth.


Starbucks to move European HQ to UK

11AM - BBC News

Starbucks is to move its European head office to London by the end of the year, meaning it will pay more tax in the UK, the company says.


Bomber's death due to medication mix

11AM - BBC News

The convicted IRA Old Bailey bomber, Dolours Price, died as the result of taking a toxic mix of prescribed medications, an inquest rules.


Wenger hoping for Everton slip-up

10AM - BBC News

Arsenal's Arsene Wenger hopes Everton slip up in the race for fourth, but Roberto Martinez says his side are under no pressure.


'Losing the England captaincy was devastating'

9AM - BBC News

In her latest column, Casey Stoney discusses England, Arsenal's hopes for the season and the WSL's debt to Liverpool


BBC Two's disastrous launch night

8AM - BBC News

How a massive power cut wiped out BBC Two's entire launch schedule on 20 April 1964 and led to one of the most disastrous nights in TV history.


Police

6AM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Police

5AM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Police

4AM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Police

3AM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Police

2AM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Police

1AM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Police

12AM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Tuesday 15th April

VIDEO: New lorry design for cycle safety

11PM - BBC News

A new lorry design aimed at reducing the number of cyclists killed in collisions is approved by the European Parliament.


Charlton Athletic 1-2 Barnsley

11PM - BBC News

Barnsley give themselves hope of staying in the Championship with a win at fellow strugglers Charlton Athletic.


Police

11PM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


EU safer lorries plan may cut deaths

11PM - BBC News

MEPs overwhelmingly back new rules to make big lorries safer for other road users and more fuel-efficient.


VIDEO: Factory's plans clash with Spurs

10PM - BBC News

A family who own a sheet metal factory next to Tottenham Hotspur FC are refusing to relocate, meaning a scheme to improve White Hart Lane could be jeopardised.


Arsenal 3-1 West Ham United

10PM - BBC News

Arsenal come from behind to beat West Ham and move back above Everton into the top four of the Premier League.


Police

10PM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


VIDEO: Marathon runner donations top 50k

9PM - BBC News

More than 50,000 has been donated to charity in memory of a runner who died after completing the London Marathon.


Police

9PM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Polish MP finds job as UK handyman

9PM - BBC News

A Polish MP is working as a handyman in London as he tries to find out why so many young Poles come to the UK - and describes Britain as "very friendly for business and for people".


Briton cleared amid 'torture' claims

9PM - BBC News

A Londoner is acquitted of drug offences in Dubai amid allegations that he was tortured by police, a legal charity says.


Spitfire pilot's WW2 medals for sale

9PM - BBC News

The medals of a Spitfire pilot who flew in the Battle of Britain during World War Two are up for auction.


Hobbit star Armitage set for Old Vic

9PM - BBC News

Richard Armitage, one the stars of The Hobbit films, is to lead the cast in a new production of Arthur Miller's The Crucible at the Old Vic.


Police

8PM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Finn gives Middlesex control at Lord's

7PM - BBC News

Steven Finn continues his push for an England Test recall by helping Middlesex take control against Nottinghamshire.


Police

7PM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Police

6PM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Building floor collapse man named

6PM - BBC News

A man killed at a construction site in central London is named as Dainius Rupsys, a Lithuanian national with two children.


Marathon runner donations top 50k

6PM - BBC News

More than 50,000 is donated to charity in memory of a runner who died after collapsing at the finishing line of the London Marathon.


Police

5PM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Exiles hopeful of O'Connor return

4PM - BBC News

London Irish confirm James O'Connor suffered a hamstring strain on Sunday but should return before the season ends.


Police

4PM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Marathon runner donations near 50k

4PM - BBC News

Close to 50,000 is donated to charity in memory of a runner who died after collapsing at the finishing line of the London Marathon.


Hair salon visited over N Korea ad

4PM - BBC News

North Korean officials made a visit to a west London hair salon to question why it had used their leader Kim Jong-un's image in a poster.


Police

3PM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


War Horse musicians lose legal bid

3PM - BBC News

Five musicians take action against the National Theatre after being stripped of their roles in the West End production of War Horse.


Police

2PM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Police

1PM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Men in court over UK FGM charges

1PM - BBC News

The first people to be charged in the UK over female genital mutilation (FGM) appear in court.


League to investigate Cardiff 'leak'

12PM - BBC News

The Premier League will investigate Cardiff City's claims that their team was leaked ahead of the defeat by Crystal Palace.


Police

12PM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Police

11AM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Donations surge for marathon runner

11AM - BBC News

More than 30,000 is donated to charity in memory of a runner who died after collapsing at the finishing line of the London Marathon.


Arsenal v West Ham United

10AM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's Premier League game between Arsenal and West Ham United.


Club-by-club guide: Women's Super League

10AM - BBC News

Who are favourites for the title, relegation and promotion as Women's Super League expands to two divisions for the first time?


Wenger admits top-four complacency

10AM - BBC News

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says his team may have been guilty of taking Champions League football for granted.


Palace want permanent Ince deal

10AM - BBC News

Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis wants to sign on-loan Blackpool winger Tom Ince on a permanent basis in the summer.


Elite marathon runner misses flight

10AM - BBC News

A female London Marathon runner from Sierra Leone is missing after she disappeared and failed to catch a flight home.


Police

10AM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Elite marathon runner goes missing

9AM - BBC News

A female London Marathon runner from Sierra Leone is missing after she disappeared and failed to catch a flight home.


Heart campaign in Cooper's memory

9AM - BBC News

Fans of Tommy Cooper mark the 30th anniversary of the entertainer's fatal heart attack on a London stage.


Police

9AM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Police

8AM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Police

7AM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Police

6AM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Police

5AM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Police

4AM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Police

3AM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Police

2AM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Police

1AM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Police

12AM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Monday 14th April

Police

11PM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Building collapse leaves man dead

10PM - BBC News

A man working on a construction site in central London is killed when the building partially collapses.


Police

10PM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


VIDEO: Matisse exhibition impresses critics

9PM - BBC News

Paintings by the French artist Henri Matisse are on display at the Tate Modern in London


Matisse exhibition hailed by critics

9PM - BBC News

Critics laud one of the largest collections of Henri Matisse's "cut-out" artworks ever assembled for an exhibition opening at Tate Modern.


Police

9PM - BBC News

The father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence claims police are "still not listening" about how to build bridges with the black community.


Robson century frustrates Notts

7PM - BBC News

England Test hopeful Sam Robson scores an unbeaten century for Middlesex against Nottinghamshire at Lord's.


Abu Hamza terror trial starts in US

7PM - BBC News

The trial of Abu Hamza al-Masri, the former Finsbury Park mosque preacher extradited from the UK to the US in 2012, is due to start at a federal court in New York.


Dead London Marathon runner named

6PM - BBC News

A man who died after collapsing at the finish line of the London Marathon is named as 42-year-old Robert Berry.


Ladies do lunch to fight 'sexism'

6PM - BBC News

A small protest has been held on the London Underground against a Facebook page which some regard as sexist.


Hammer attacker burned partner alive

6PM - BBC News

A man who attacked his partner and mother of their four children with a hammer before dousing her with fuel and setting her on fire, is jailed for her murder.


Man dies after building collapse

6PM - BBC News

A man who was working on a construction site in central London dies after the building partially collapsed.


VIDEO: Shops willing to sell 'stolen' phones

5PM - BBC News

An undercover investigation by BBC London exposes a black market of shops and traders who are willing to deal in stolen smartphones.


Daley launches new diving academy

5PM - BBC News

Olympic bronze medallist Tom Daley hopes a new diving academy bearing his name will help unearth future stars.


Mother's killer jailed for life

5PM - BBC News

A man who attacked his partner and mother of their four children with a hammer before dousing her with fuel and setting her on fire, is jailed for her murder.


VIDEO: Shops exposed for selling stolen phones

4PM - BBC News

An undercover investigation by BBC London exposes a black market of shops and traders who are willing to deal in stolen smartphones.


Wiggins' anxious Tour de France wait

4PM - BBC News

Sir Bradley Wiggins, the 2012 Tour de France winner, admits there are doubts around him making Sky's team for this year's race.


Wiggins a doubt for Tour de France

1PM - BBC News

Sir Bradley Wiggins, the 2012 Tour de France winner, admits there are doubts he will compete in this year's race.


May Day march for Benn and Crow

1PM - BBC News

This year's annual May Day event is set to honour the lives of rail union leader Bob Crow and veteran politician Tony Benn.


Anger as fare dodger 'buys silence'

1PM - BBC News

There is anger from a rail workers' union after an apparently wealthy fare dodger manages to avoid court action after repaying 40,000.


Tykes clash 'vital' for Charlton

12PM - BBC News

Captain Johnnie Jackson says Charlton's game against bottom club Barnsley will be key in their bid to avoid relegation.


Ealing's mini Holland plan confirmed

12PM - BBC News

Plans to turn Enfield town centre into a "mini Holland" will go ahead despite organisers only securing half of the funding for the project.


Exiles await O'Connor injury news

11AM - BBC News

London Irish are waiting to hear whether full-back James O'Connor has played his last game for the club.


Farah eighth in London Marathon

10AM - BBC News

Mo Farah finishes eighth on his marathon debut as world record holder Wilson Kipsang of Kenya claims his second London title.


Root not a Test opener - Rogers

10AM - BBC News

Joe Root should not open the batting for England's Test side, according to Australia opener Chris Rogers.


Expectation is all on Arsenal - Bruce

10AM - BBC News

Hull boss Steve Bruce believes Arsenal's nine-year wait for a trophy puts pressure on them for the FA Cup final.


FA Cup holders Arsenal ease through

10AM - BBC News

FA Women's Cup holders Arsenal are through to the next round, but last year's finalists Bristol are beaten by Chelsea.


We wanted a Liverpool win - Terry

10AM - BBC News

Chelsea captain John Terry says Liverpool's win against Manchester City suited his side in the Premier League title race.


Smartphones 'black market' exposed

10AM - BBC News

A black market of shops and traders willing to deal in stolen smartphones is exposed by a BBC London undercover investigation.


Cleared Blakelock suspect 'relieved'

8AM - BBC News

Nicholas Jacobs, the man cleared of killing PC Keith Blakelock in 1985, expresses relief that a "just conclusion has at last been reached".


VIDEO: Abba duo on Mamma Mia! success

7AM - BBC News

Abba's Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus were among the famous faces who gathered at the Royal Opera House in central London on Sunday for the Olivier Awards.


VIDEO: Stars of stage grace red carpet

7AM - BBC News

Some of the biggest names in theatre gathered at the Royal Opera House in central London on Sunday for the Olivier Awards.


Mormon triumphs at Olivier Awards

7AM - BBC News

The Book of Mormon dominates the musical categories at the 2014 Olivier Awards, while political drama Chimerica is main winnerwith five prizes.


Small theatres flex muscles at the Oliviers

7AM - BBC News

Small theatres flex muscles in West End


Smart phones 'black market' exposed

7AM - BBC News

A black market of shops and traders willing to deal in stolen smart phones is exposed by a BBC London undercover investigation.


Man dies after marathon collapse

7AM - BBC News

A 42-year-old man who collapsed after finishing the London Marathon has died in hospital, organisers say.


Abu Hamza trial set to start in US

7AM - BBC News

The trial of Abu Hamza al-Masri, the former Finsbury Park mosque preacher extradited from the UK to the US in 2012, is due to start at a federal court in New York.


City manager 'in 42,550 fare dodge'

7AM - BBC News

A senior city executive is believed to have avoided 42,550 in train fares after exploiting a loophole and only paying a third of the cost.


Thames 'fast flowing', agency warns

7AM - BBC News

Boating season on the River Thames may be affected by fast flowing currents caused by the winter floods, the Environment Agency says.


Sunday 13th April

Finn and Taylor push England claims

8PM - BBC News

Steven Finn and James Taylor impress in their bid for England recalls as Nottinghamshire enjoy the better of day one against Middlesex


Swansea City 0-1 Chelsea

7PM - BBC News

Demba Ba scores to keep Chelsea two points behind Premier League leaders Liverpool with victory at Swansea.


VIDEO: Helping the homeless through running

5PM - BBC News

A newly formed London charity is helping hundreds of homeless youngsters through running programmes.


Woman, 60, found dead in Hackney

5PM - BBC News

A 60-year-old woman is found dead at a house in east London.


VIDEO: Mo Farah: 'I will be back'

5PM - BBC News

Double Olympic track champion Mo Farah missed out in his bid to win the London Marathon on Sunday, but vowed that he would be back to compete in the race again.


Saracens 28-24 Northampton

5PM - BBC News

Saracens survive a late Northampton fightback to tighten their grip on the Premiership top spot with a narrow victory.


D-Day: BBC to mark 70th anniversary

4PM - BBC News

The 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings of 6 June 1944 is to be marked by a series of programmes on BBC TV and radio.


Olivier Awards: Abba duo to perform

4PM - BBC News

Abba's Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus are to perform on stage later at the finale of the Olivier Awards, the biggest event in the UK theatre calendar.


In pictures: London Marathon 2014

2PM - BBC News

From record breakers to fancy dress


Hug beats Weir to marathon glory

1PM - BBC News

Dave Weir misses out on a record seventh London Marathon wheelchair title after losing to Marcel Hug in a sprint finish.


Farah misses out on marathon win bid

1PM - BBC News

Double Olympic champion Mo Farah misses out on winning the London Marathon 2014 as the title is taken by Kenya's Wilson Kipsang.


Pulis plays down Cardiff team 'leak'

12PM - BBC News

Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis plays down reports the club were given Cardiff's team-sheet a day before their 3-0 victory.


Arsenal legend Wilson has cancer

12PM - BBC News

Arsenal goalkeeping legend and veteran broadcaster Bob Wilson has been diagnosed with prostate cancer.


Wenger 'relieved' by Arsenal success

12PM - BBC News

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is relieved to be in the FA Cup final after his side beat Wigan on penalties at Wembley.


Olympic stars start marathon

10AM - BBC News

Two-time Olympic medallist Mo Farah has started his campaign to break the British record for the London Marathon as tens of thousands of runners start the race.


Chiwetel Ejiofor's post Oscars plans

10AM - BBC News

London actor insists Hollywood fame won't mean leaving behind low-budget projects, like his new film Half of a Yellow Sun.


Olympic stars to start marathon

9AM - BBC News

Three of Britain's 2012 Olympic medallists will be the official starters of the 2014 London Marathon with two-time Olympic medallist Mo Farah one of the favourites to win.


Saturday 12th April

Kidderminster Harriers 2-0 Welling United

9PM - BBC News

Kidderminster keep their slim hopes of reaching the Conference Premier play-offs alive with victory over Welling.


Southend United 0-1 AFC Wimbledon

8PM - BBC News

A Jack Midson penalty moves AFC Wimbledon closer to securing League Two survival and shocks play-off hopefuls Southend.


Wigan Athletic 1-1 Arsenal (aet, 2-4 on pens)

8PM - BBC News

Arsenal come from behind to reach the FA Cup final by beating holders Wigan on penalties at Wembley.


Leyton Orient 5-1 Gillingham

7PM - BBC News

Leyton Orient keep their slim chances of automatic promotion alive with an impressive win against Gillingham.


Dagenham & Redbridge 1-4 Portsmouth

7PM - BBC News

Michael Drennan scores twice as Portsmouth defeat Dagenham to edge five points clear of the League Two relegation zone.


Barnet 0-4 FC Halifax Town

7PM - BBC News

Scott Spencer's brace sees Halifax return to the play-off places after easy win over inconsistent Barnet.


Brighton & Hove Albion 3-0 Charlton Athletic

7PM - BBC News

Brighton move into the Championship play-off places with a deserved victory over visitors Charlton.


Millwall 2-2 Watford

7PM - BBC News

A stoppage-time goal from Martyn Woolford earns lowly Millwall a draw against Watford.


Swindon Town 1-0 Brentford

6PM - BBC News

Swindon Town earn a surprising victory over promotion-chasing Brentford thanks to a first half Louis Thompson goal.


VIDEO: Holly, six, runs her own 'marathon'

5PM - BBC News

The BBC's Mike Bushell is put through his paces by six-year-old Holly McHugh, who is running her own marathon, one mile at a time, to support her mother who is taking part in the London race on Sunday.


West Bromwich Albion 3-3 Tottenham Hotspur

5PM - BBC News

West Brom are three points clear of the relegation zone after losing a three-goal lead to draw with Tottenham.


Crystal Palace 1-0 Aston Villa

5PM - BBC News

Crystal Palace beat Aston Villa to secure a third successive league victory and ease their relegation fears.


Fulham 1-0 Norwich City

5PM - BBC News

Hugo Rodallega scores the only goal as Fulham win their relegation duel with Norwich to spoil Neil Adams's first game in charge


Man denies sensitive material theft

5PM - BBC News

A man denies stealing sensitive documents during a burglary in Plymouth.


Nine held after London gun raid

4PM - BBC News

Nine people are being held after a sub-machine gun, 70 rounds of ammunition and a large quantity of cannabis was found at a house in south London.


Queens Park Rangers 5-2 Nottingham Forest

3PM - BBC News

QPR earn their first win in four games as they deal another blow to Nottingham Forest's play-off hopes.


Hammer attack victim 'lost an eye'

3PM - BBC News

One of the victims of a hammer attack at a Marble Arch hotel is left with 5% brain function and has lost her left eye, police say.


Hackney teenager dies in Costa Rica

3PM - BBC News

The family of a teenager from Hackney who died while climbing in Costa Rica pay tribute to him saying he died doing what he loved.


Kidderminster Harriers v Welling United

2PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Conference Premier game between Kidderminster Harriers and Welling United.


Farah and Weir eye marathon glory

2PM - BBC News

Mo Farah's bid to win his first London Marathon and David Weir's attempt at a seventh title are among the highlights.


Swansea City v Chelsea

2PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Sunday's Premier League game between Swansea City and Chelsea.


Man in court over hammer attack

1PM - BBC News

A man appears in court charged with attempting to murder three women who were attacked with a hammer in a central London hotel.


Man due in court over hammer attack

12PM - BBC News

A man is due to appear in court charged with attempting to murder three women who were attacked with a hammer in a London hotel.


Alleged secrets breach man charged

11AM - BBC News

A man arrested in Plymouth on suspicion of breaching the Official Secrets Act is charged with burglary.


CBB star facing driving charge

11AM - BBC News

Blue singer Lee Ryan has been charged with criminal damage and failing to provide a specimen after officers stopped him in his car in west London.


VIDEO: Video gamers storm London Book Fair

10AM - BBC News

BBC News investigates why video game developers have been given a pavilion for the first time at the London Book Fair.


VIDEO: Tragedy inspires Afghan marathon man

10AM - BBC News

Najib, who was hit by shrapnel in a Taliban attack in Afghanistan, is to run the London Marathon this weekend.


The man who was covered in bees

10AM - BBC News

Covered by a swarm of bees in Victorian London.


Foreign buyers dominate London market

10AM - BBC News

London's luxury new-build property market is widely seen as the preserve of the global super-rich and is not easing the capital's acute housing crisis.



National News

Brentford 1-0 Preston North End

Brentford win promotion to the Championship after beating Preston North End 1-0 thanks to Alan Judge's first-half penalty.

Man killed in microlight crash

A man has died in a microlight crash in Devon, police say.

VIDEO: Camel birth shocks sheep farmer

A farmer who was hoping for some rest after a busy lambing season has been surprised by his latest newborn - a camel.

Warrington 44-6 Widnes

Warrington thrash a sorry Widnes side at the Halliwell Jones to leapfrog the Vikings in the Super League table.

Man killed as pleasure boat capsizes

One man dies and another is in hospital after a boat capsizes in a river estuary in Devon.

Business News

Electricians question CBI vote move

Business body CBI Scotland registers with the Electoral Commission as a backer of the campaign against Scottish independence.

VIDEO: Vinyl fights back against downloads

New research suggests that physical formats for music, like CDs, cassettes and vinyl are experiencing a revival, particularly among younger buyers, despite digital downloads.

CBI registers as UK campaign backer

Business body CBI Scotland registers with the Electoral Commission as a backer of the campaign against Scottish independence.

Giorgio Armani settles tax dispute

The fashion house Giorgio Armani pays 270m euros (222m; $374m) to the Italian authorities to settle a tax bill.

AUDIO: Third believe they may never own home

A third of adults under 45 say they have no prospect of owning their own home, a report by Halifax has found.

Entertainment News

VIDEO: Latin America honours Garcia Marquez

The BBC's Will Grant reports from Mexico where readers celebrate the work of author Gabriel Garcia Marquez, who lived in the country for 40 years.

Prince re-signs with 'slave' label

Pop star Prince signs a major deal with Warner Bros Records, the label he famously fell out with nearly 20 years ago.

Kim Novak speaks out over jibes

Vertigo actress Kim Novak says she felt bullied after people attacked her looks at this year's Oscars.

AUDIO: Ozzy tops poll on misheard lyrics

Ozzy Osbourne and Lady Gaga have topped a poll of acts whose lyrics people find most difficult to make out.

AUDIO: Study finds optimum beat for dancing

Scientists believe they have found the perfect beat to make people want to dance.

Sport News

Wolves 6-4 Rotherham United

Wolves score two last-gasp goals to beat Rotherham in an incredible game and close in on the League One title.

O'Sullivan 'not in Hendry's league yet'

Ronnie O'Sullivan believes he would need to win two more world titles to be considered snooker's greatest player.

Blackpool 0-1 Burnley

Burnley edge closer to Premier League promotion as Michael Kightly's second-half goal seals victory over relegation-threatened Blackpool.

Should gender come into play in sports governance?

British Cycling has set the gold standards in recent years, but even it felt change was needed at the top level.

VIDEO: Doherty predicts Man Utd victory

BBC Sport's football expert Mark Lawrenson is up against snooker star and former world champion Ken Doherty in his weekly Premier League predictions.

Technology News

VIDEO: The quest to perfect digital pianos

Click meets Joe Ierardi, a man who is trying to create the most realistic sounding piano synthesiser.

Selling globally is child's play

The tech making e-commerce easier for small firms

VIDEO: Searching for metaphorical results

How alternative search engines produce different results plus websites and apps reviewed.

German media boss criticises Google

In an open letter to Google's Eric Schmidt the boss of German publishing firm Axel Springer says it is afraid of the search giant.

Kim Dotcom wins back cars and cash

Kim Dotcom, the multimillionaire founder of closed file-sharing site Megaupload, has won back cars, cash and property seized in a January 2012 raid.