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Saturday 22nd November

12 injured in hotel gas explosion

2AM - BBC News

At least 12 people have been injured in a suspected gas explosion which has led to the evacuation of a central London hotel, ambulance officials say.


British IS fighters 'killed in Syria'

1AM - BBC News

Two British men are reported to have been killed while fighting alongside Islamic State militants in Syria.


Murder charge over body found in car

1AM - BBC News

A man is charged with murder after the body of a 24-year-old is found in the back of a car near the River Thames in south-east London.


Friday 21st November

Brentford 2-1 Fulham

11PM - BBC News

Brentford move to within one point of Championship leaders Derby as they come from behind to beat Fulham 2-1.


Harlequins 12-16 Sale

10PM - BBC News

Dan Braid scores the only try of the game as Sale beat Harlequins in the Premiership for the first time since 2010.


VIDEO: Independent schools 'inadequate'

9PM - BBC News

The education watchdog, Ofsted, rates six independent Muslim schools in Tower Hamlets as "inadequate".


Revenge knifeman jailed for murder

6PM - BBC News

A knifeman who carried out a revenge attack against the wrong man is jailed for life, and must serve a minimum of 23 years.


Leyton Orient v Crewe Alexandra

5PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's League One game between Leyton Orient and Crewe Alexandra.


O's must show team spirit - Clarke

4PM - BBC News

Leyton Orient captain Nathan Clarke says only a united squad can help them move away from danger in League One.


No offers for keeper Cech - Mourinho

3PM - BBC News

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says he has received no bids for Petr Cech and Diego Costa is "totally free" from injuries.


Dagenham & Redbridge v Carlisle United

2PM - BBC News

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


Charlton Athletic v Millwall

2PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Charlton Athletic and Millwall.


Exeter v Wasps (Sat)

1PM - BBC News

Team news as Exeter host Wasps in Saturday's Premiership fixture at Sandy Park Stadium (15:00 GMT).


'Playing at Wembley changed my life'

1PM - BBC News

England captain Steph Houghton says playing at Wembley against Germany can change the lives of her team-mates.


Newcastle United v Queens Park Rangers

1PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Premier League game between Newcastle United and Queens Park Rangers.


36,000 trains cancelled since 2012

1PM - BBC News

More than 36,000 train journeys between London and Norwich have been cancelled since Abellio took over the franchise in 2012, the BBC learns.


Arsenal tried to sign Messi - Wenger

1PM - BBC News

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger confirms that he tried to sign Lionel Messi from Barcelona alongside Cesc Fabregas.


Two dead as London balcony collapses

1PM - BBC News

Two men die and at least six other people are injured as a balcony collapses in west London.


Man 'tried to dump body in Thames'

12PM - BBC News

A man seen trying to dump a body in the River Thames is arrested on suspicion of murder.


AUDIO: Mark Thomas on 'police snooping'

11AM - BBC News

Comedian and writer Mark Thomas is among six journalists taking legal action because they believe the Metropolitan Police is monitoring them and keeping information on a database that deals with extremists.


The ex-Olympian working in League Two

11AM - BBC News

How Dalton Grant, Commonwealth Games high jump champion in 1998, is helping out League Two side Dagenham & Redbridge.


Man charged with rape of two girls

11AM - BBC News

A man is charged with raping two girls in separate attacks in Carshalton, south London.


'Extremist risk' at Muslim schools

11AM - BBC News

Pupils at six east London schools are "vulnerable to extremist influences and radicalisation", Ofsted's Sir Michael Wilshaw says after snap inspections.


Schools 'too focused on Islam'

9AM - BBC News

Damning Ofsted reports on seven east London schools, including six Muslim private schools, are published revealing an over-emphasis on Islamic themes.


VIDEO: Stunt biker's loop on Thames barge

7AM - BBC News

Bicycle stunt rider Danny MacAskill's latest challenge took place on the River Thames, as he performed a rarely seen loop-the-loop in front of the London Eye.


VIDEO: Drama at World Scrabble Championship

7AM - BBC News

People compete to be crowned the best Scrabble player at the world championships being hosted in London.


VIDEO: Development has 0.12% family homes

7AM - BBC News

Just three of the first 2,500 flats approved to be built at the Battersea Power Station site will be "affordable" family-sized homes, which campaigners describe as "derisory".


VIDEO: 3bn to fix crumbling Westminster

7AM - BBC News

Taxpayers may have to spend more than 3bn to stop the Palace of Westminster turning into an unusable "ruin", the BBC has learned.


Labour's Thornberry quits over tweet

7AM - BBC News

London MP Emily Thornberry resigns from the Labour front bench over a tweet she sent during the Rochester and Strood by-election campaign.


Muslim schools 'set for criticism'

2AM - BBC News

Reports highly critical of "safeguarding" at seven east London schools, including six Muslim schools, are set to be published by Ofsted.


Thursday 20th November

Journalists challenge police files

11PM - BBC News

The comedian and activist Mark Thomas and five others are launching legal action against the Metropolitan Police for keeping them under surveillance.


Parliament repairs 'could top 3bn'

11PM - BBC News

Stopping Parliament becoming a "ruin" could cost more than 3bn, with the possibility of MPs and Lords moving out temporarily, Newsnight learns.


VIDEO: Concern raised over seven schools

10PM - BBC News

Seven schools in Tower Hamlets are criticised over safeguarding issues in a report set to be published by the education watchdog.


UK drops EU bankers' pay challenge

8PM - BBC News

In a surprise move, the UK government has withdrawn its legal challenge to EU legislation that caps the level of bankers' bonuses.


Battersea affordable homes 'derisory'

8PM - BBC News

Just three of the first 2,400 flats to be built on the Battersea Power Station site will be "affordable" family-sized homes, BBC London learns.


QPR youngster Kpekawa joins U's

6PM - BBC News

League One side Colchester United sign QPR's Under-21 defender Cole Kpekawa on a one-month loan deal.


Symons patient over Fulham staff

6PM - BBC News

Fulham manager Kit Symons is in no rush to add to his backroom staff, saying he would only appoint the right person.


Bristol Rovers sign two strikers

5PM - BBC News

Bristol Rovers sign forwards Nathan Blissett and Bradley Goldberg from Kidderminster and Dagenham respectively.


Shooting investigated by gang squad

5PM - BBC News

The shooting of a man in a Pimlico street is investigated by Scotland Yard's gang squad.


'Beheading plot' suspects in court

5PM - BBC News

Three men appear in court over an alleged plot to behead a person in the UK.


VIDEO: Council defends Stepney school

4PM - BBC News

A Church of England school in east London previously graded outstanding is expected to be put into special measures over concerns about a sixth-form Islamic society.


Bees benefit from Warburton outlook

4PM - BBC News

Brentford's Tommy Smith thinks manager Mark Warburton's background away from the game gives the club a fresh outlook.


Ipswich unsure on Williams return

4PM - BBC News

Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy is doubtful midfielder Jonny Williams will feature again during his current loan spell.


Feltz inducted into Hall of Fame

4PM - BBC News

BBC London 94.9's Vanessa Feltz is to be inducted into the Radio Academy Hall of Fame.


Sportswoman title for Dujardin

3PM - BBC News

Olympic, European and world dressage champion Charlotte Dujardin is named Sportswoman of the Year.


Harlequins v Sale (Fri)

2PM - BBC News

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


Chelsea fans group backs safe standing

2PM - BBC News

The Chelsea Supporters Trust calls for safe standing areas to improve the Stamford Bridge ambience.


Three charged with terror offences

2PM - BBC News

Three men arrested earlier this month are set to appear in court charged with preparing acts of terrorism.


BBC presenter caught speeding on bike

2PM - BBC News

BBC presenter Jeremy Vine receives a ticking off from police after speeding on his cycle in Hyde Park.


Giroud fit to face Manchester United

1PM - BBC News

Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud is fit to return for Arsenal against Manchester United this weekend after missing three months with a broken leg


Hartson's regret over Berkovic kick

1PM - BBC News

Ex-Wales striker John Hartson admits kicking West Ham team-mate Eyal Berkovic in 1998 was the biggest regret of his career.


Fake charity goods couple fined 90k

1PM - BBC News

A couple is fined almost 90,000 for selling fake charity wristbands and branded clothing.


Bristol Rovers sign forward Goldberg

12PM - BBC News

Dagenham and Redbridge forward Bradley Goldberg joins Conference side Bristol Rovers on a month-long loan.


Blow to UK's bonus cap challenge

12PM - BBC News

The Advocate General of the EU Court of Justice has rejected the UK's challenge to Europe's cap on bankers' bonuses.


Martinez praises 'brave' West Ham

11AM - BBC News

West Ham play "brave football" and are one of eight teams challenging for Europe, says Everton manager Roberto Martinez.


QPR must move, says owner Fernandes

10AM - BBC News

Queens Park Rangers must move from Loftus Road if they are to thrive in the Premier League, says owner Tony Fernandes.


Farrell can adapt to centre - Horan

9AM - BBC News

Former Wallaby centre Tim Horan backs Owen Farrell's move from fly-half to inside centre for England's meeting with Samoa.


Dujardin is Sportswoman of the Year

9AM - BBC News

Olympic, European and world dressage champion Charlotte Dujardin is named Sportswoman of the Year.


Blackpool to host Summer Bash event

9AM - BBC News

Blackpool's Bloomfield Road stadium will host the Championship Summer Bash on the weekend of 23-24 May 2015.


Russian site lists breached webcams

9AM - BBC News

Data privacy watchdogs are warning the public about a Russian website that provides links to breached baby monitors, webcams and CCTV feeds.


VIDEO: HIV now and then: 1982 vs 2014

8AM - BBC News

BBC Radio 5live got two men together to talk frankly about their experiences of being diagnosed with HIV, 30 years apart.


VIDEO: Johnson tells politician to 'stick it'

1AM - BBC News

Boris Johnson shouts at a London Assembly Member challenging him over funding cuts to "stick it".


Document reveals '90% funding cuts'

1AM - BBC News

Funding for youth and education services across London could be cut by 90%, according to a leaked report.


Wednesday 19th November

VIDEO: Scuffles and arrests at student demo

10PM - BBC News

Police make arrests during clashes with campaigners demonstrating against tuition fees, student debt and spending cuts in central London.


Church school fails on Islamic group

10PM - BBC News

A Church of England school in east London is expected to be put into special measures, following concerns about a sixth form Islamic Society.


VIDEO: Boris tells politician to 'stick it'

10PM - BBC News

Boris Johnson shouts at a London Assembly Member challenging him over funding cuts to "stick it".


Plebgate was 'trivial' row, PC says

8PM - BBC News

A policeman who witnessed the so-called "plebgate" row says he considered it a "trivial" incident of a "gentleman on a bicycle who had the hump".


Arrests in student demo clashes

8PM - BBC News

Police make 11 arrests during clashes with campaigners demonstrating against tuition fees, student debt and spending cuts in central London.


VIDEO: Carry on at college for Dr Babs

7PM - BBC News

The much-loved British actress Barbara Windsor will be awarded an honorary doctorate on 20 November by the University of East London.


Drink-driver sought for sentencing

7PM - BBC News

A driver caught using his mobile phone while more than three times over the drink-drive limit is sought after skipping court.


Four arrests in student demo clashes

6PM - BBC News

Police make four arrests during clashes with campaigners demonstrating against tuition fees, student debt and spending cuts in central London.


Scuffles and arrests at student demo

5PM - BBC News

Police make arrests during clashes with campaigners demonstrating against tuition fees, student debt and spending cuts in central London.


Teacher 'said affair meant to be'

5PM - BBC News

A school teacher who allegedly pursued a secret sex affair with a student told her it was meant to be, Inner London Crown Court hears.


UK denies 'pick-up artist' Blanc visa

5PM - BBC News

Controversial US "pick-up artist" Julien Blanc is barred from entering the UK by the Home Office following an online petition.


Court puts more heat on diesels

4PM - BBC News

The latest ruling in a battle over clean air


UK denies pick-up artist Blanc visa

4PM - BBC News

Controversial US "pick-up artist" Julien Blanc is barred from entering the UK by the Home Office following an online petition.


VIDEO: Eagle with camera flies over London

3PM - BBC News

An eagle with a camera attached flies across London offering a different perspective on some of the capital's best-known landmarks.


Tower poppies 'targeted by thieves'

3PM - BBC News

People have been trying to steal ceramic poppies during work to remove them from the Tower of London, the artist who created them says.


Student demo hits Parliament Square

3PM - BBC News

Campaigners against tuition fees and student debt move on to Parliament Square as they march through London.


UK 'denies pick-up artist Blanc visa'

3PM - BBC News

Controversial US "pick-up artist" Julien Blanc has been barred from entering the UK by the Home Office, the BBC understands.


VIDEO: Should Paddington film be rated PG?

2PM - BBC News

Tim Muffett he spoke to the new Paddington Bear film's director Paul King and actor Hugh Bonneville in Paddington station.


Plebgate PC denies inventing account

2PM - BBC News

The police officer who alleged Andrew Mitchell swore at him and called him a pleb denies inventing his account of the Downing Street incident.


Where is the world's best billboard site?

1PM - BBC News

Where is the world's busiest billboard site?


Tower poppies targeted by thieves

1PM - BBC News

People have been trying to steal ceramic poppies during work to remove them from the Tower of London, the artist who created them says.


Burnett accepts Daggers fans' anger

12PM - BBC News

Dagenham & Redbridge boss Wayne Burnett accepts the frustration of supporters following a run of one win in 10 matches.


Man held over rape of girl in park

10AM - BBC News

A man is arrested on suspicion of raping a 15-year-old girl in a park in south-west London


Bankrupt keeper James's items sold

9AM - BBC News

Former England goalkeeper David James' football memorabilia is auctioned off after the star went bankrupt.


VIDEO: Mum's pain over missing beauty queen

8AM - BBC News

Four people are being questioned by police over the disappearance of a beauty queen and her sister in Honduras.


BBFC changes Paddington 'sex' advice

8AM - BBC News

The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) changes its guidance about "mild sex references" in the new Paddington film after a request from the film's distributor.


Singer wades into 'mansion tax' row

8AM - BBC News

Ed Miliband has defended plans for a "mansion tax" on homes worth more than 2m after singer Myleene Klass said it would hit "little grannies".


Mounted police 'boost public trust'

8AM - BBC News

Levels of public trust and confidence in police are higher when officers are deployed on horseback, a report assessing the value of the patrols suggests.


Tower poppy removal 'at halfway point'

6AM - BBC News

The removal of the poppy installation at the Tower of London, Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red, is at the 'halfway point'.


VIDEO: Abbas Khan's mother says 'I failed'

5AM - BBC News

The mother of a British surgeon killed in a Syrian prison says she feel she failed because she could not secure his release.


Teacher 'had sex all over school'

12AM - BBC News

A teacher who "gave in to temptation" and pursued a secret affair with a teenager had sex with her in empty classrooms, a court hears.


Tuesday 18th November

VIDEO: Junction plan consultation starts

11PM - BBC News

A public consultation starts into the transformation of the road junction at Elephant and Castle.


AFC Wimbledon 3-1 York City

11PM - BBC News

AFC Wimbledon come from behind to book a place in the FA Cup second round thanks to a late brace from Matt Tubbs.


Mansfield Town 1-1 Concord Rangers

10PM - BBC News

Jordan Chiedozie's strike earns Conference South side Concord Rangers an FA Cup replay with Mansfield Town.


Southport 2-0 Dagenham & Redbridge

10PM - BBC News

Conference side Southport secure a place in the FA Cup second round with victory over Dagenham & Redbridge.


Littering smokers offered rewards

7PM - BBC News

Smokers caught dropping their cigarette butts are rewarded with shopping vouchers - if they complete an anti-smoking course.


Royal Drawing School is established

7PM - BBC News

The Royal Drawing School is founded in London, becoming the first arts institution to be granted the title by the Queen since 1956.


Bombardier wins 145m Gatwick deal

6PM - BBC News

An order to build more 100 trains for the Gatwick Express line will safeguard jobs at Bombardier's Derby plant, a company spokesman says.


Moncur completes Colchester switch

5PM - BBC News

Colchester United sign West Ham midfielder George Moncur for an undisclosed fee midway through his loan spell.


Bicycle row murder boy given life

5PM - BBC News

A 16-year-old who admitted stabbing another boy to death in south London in a row over the sale of a 90 bicycle is handed a life sentence.


Briton named as synagogue victim

5PM - BBC News

A man who lived in London is named as one of the victims of an attack at a synagogue in Jerusalem.


Mansfield Town v Concord Rangers

4PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's FA Cup game between Mansfield Town and Concord Rangers.


All Crossrail stations 'step-free'

4PM - BBC News

All of the Crossrail stations will now include step-free access, the government announces.


Clarence family 'clashed' with carers

3PM - BBC News

Tania Clarence's family's 'tension' with carers


Rugby World Cup 'to bring 1bn' to UK

3PM - BBC News

Next year's Rugby World Cup will add 982m of value to the UK economy, says a report commissioned by the tournament's organising committee.


Charlton unhappy with FFP changes

2PM - BBC News

Charlton Athletic criticise the changes to Financial Fair Play rules which were recently agreed by Championship clubs.


Safety concerns raised over M4 plans

2PM - BBC News

Safety concerns are raised over proposals to turn part of the M4 into a "smart motorway".


Mother sentenced over child killings

12PM - BBC News

A woman who killed her three children by smothering them is detained under a hospital order.


House prices 'up 12.1% in a year'

11AM - BBC News

House price growth accelerated to 12.1% in the year to the end of September - with prices rising fastest in London, official figures show.


Arsenal Ladies re-sign Sanderson

11AM - BBC News

Arsenal Ladies re-sign England international Lianne Sanderson, who left the Gunners to join Chelsea in 2008.


Tenth of British men 'pay for sex'

7AM - BBC News

More than one in 10 men have paid for sex, according to data analysed by University College London.


VIDEO: Exhibition to thank cancer carers

4AM - BBC News

A cancer patient celebrates those helping her fight the disease by holding an exhibition of photography.


Syria doctor case 'must go to Hague'

2AM - BBC News

The family of a British surgeon killed in a Syrian prison plan to take the case to the International Criminal Court.


Monday 17th November

Man 'grabbed paramedic by throat'

11PM - BBC News

A paramedic is grabbed by the throat by a passer-by while attending to a patient in north London, the London Ambulance Service NHS Trust says.


Jury put in handcuffs in death trial

9PM - BBC News

Jurors are put in handcuffs to find out how an Angolan deportee would have felt moments before he collapsed and died on a plane.


'Plebgate' police 'spun web of lies'

8PM - BBC News

Police spun a "web of lies" that led to a "vitriolic" campaign against ex-chief whip Andrew Mitchell and his family, the High Court hears.


Paramedic is 'grabbed by throat'

7PM - BBC News

A paramedic is grabbed by the throat by a passer-by while attending to a patient in north London, the London Ambulance Service NHS Trust says.


Southport v Dagenham & Redbridge

6PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's FA Cup first round replay between Southport and Dagenham & Redbridge.


QPR fined over Man City controversy

6PM - BBC News

QPR are fined 20,000 by the FA for failing to control their players after a goal was disallowed in the draw with Manchester City.


Crawley sign Palace keeper Price

4PM - BBC News

League One side Crawley Town sign Crystal Palace goalkeeper Lewis Price on a one-month loan deal until 20 December.


Yeovil keep Palace defender Inniss

4PM - BBC News

League One's bottom club Yeovil Town extend the loan deal of Crystal Palace defender Ryan Inniss until mid-December.


Geldof: Band Aid single sales 'manic'

4PM - BBC News

Sales of the new Band Aid single, recorded in London to tackle the Ebola crisis, have been "manic" since its unveiling, organiser Bob Geldof reveals.


VIDEO: Man faces Ethiopian death penalty

3PM - BBC News

The family of a north London man who is facing the death penalty in Ethiopia says the government should be doing more to help get him home.


Hotel hammer attack man jailed

3PM - BBC News

The man who beat three sisters with a hammer as they slept at a hotel in central London is jailed for life with a minimum term of 18 years.


VIDEO: More powers for elected mayors?

12PM - BBC News

Elected mayors for larger English cities are seen as one way to devolve power from Westminster.


'Plebgate' police 'span web of lies'

12PM - BBC News

Police span a "web of lies" that led to the "vitriolic" Plebgate press campaign against the then chief whip Andrew Mitchell, a court hears.


Saints' recruitment chief to leave

12PM - BBC News

Southampton's head of recruitment Paul Mitchell hands in his notice and is set to join Tottenham Hotspur.


Wildcats edge Giants in BBL thriller

12PM - BBC News

Coach Lee Davie wants Durham Wildcats to build on their win over Manchester Giants in the BBL Championship on Sunday.


Bristol Rovers keen to sign Easter

11AM - BBC News

Football Conference side Bristol Rovers are trying to sign former Wales striker Jermaine Easter from Millwall.


Terror trial guilty verdict revealed

11AM - BBC News

Law student Erol Incedal was found guilty in a terror trial partially held in secret of possessing a bomb-making document, it can now be reported.


In pictures: My toilet

9AM - BBC News

Photo exhibition marks World Toilet Day


Paedophile link to Savile show guest

9AM - BBC News

A antiques expert from London who restored items for royalty was a child abuser involved in a notorious paedophile campaign group, the BBC can reveal.


Sunday 16th November

Take That turn on Christmas lights

8PM - BBC News

Thousands of people brave the weather to watch Take That switch on central London's Regent Street Christmas lights.


Leicester 21-21 Saracens

4PM - BBC News

Owen Williams' last-minute penalty gives Leicester Tigers a tightly-contested draw at home to Saracens.


ATP chief won't leave London to 'chase cash'

1PM - BBC News

Chris Kermode, the chairman of the ATP, believes the World Tour Finals 'can get stronger' if they remain in the UK.


Crackdown on prison violence pledged

1PM - BBC News

Images showing an inmate attacking a member of staff at Feltham Young Offenders' Institute in London are released on the same day the government promises a crackdown on prison violence.


Take That to turn on Christmas lights

12PM - BBC News

Thousands of people are expected to watch Take That switch on central London's Regent Street Christmas lights later.


Terror arrest man released by police

10AM - BBC News

A 25-year-old man arrested by anti-terror officers has been released without charge, police say.



National News

12 injured in hotel gas explosion

At least 12 people have been injured in a suspected gas explosion which has led to the evacuation of a central London hotel, ambulance officials say.

British IS fighters 'killed in Syria'

Two British men are reported to have been killed while fighting alongside Islamic State militants in Syria.

Newcastle 20-10 Gloucester

Newcastle secure an important 20-10 home win against Gloucester, who fall to their third consecutive Premiership defeat.

Harlequins 12-16 Sale

Dan Braid scores the only try of the game as Sale beat Harlequins 16-12 to secure their first win at the Stoop since 2008.

Cox wants new test after Mansfield

Mansfield Town part company with manager Paul Cox by mutual consent after three-and-a-half years in charge.

Business News

The Christmas 0% credit card rush

Are 0% interest credit card deals a good idea?

Haile Gebrselassie: From athletics to the boardroom

Haile Gebrselassie on his move from athletics to the boardroom

VIDEO: Twitter co-founder defends application

The chairman and co-founder of Twitter is in London for the global launch of his new company 'Square'.

VIDEO: Gebrselassie: From track to business

How Olympic athlete and world record holder Haile Gebrselassie has become a property mogul and leading investor in Ethiopia.

Aviva and Friends Life discuss merger

Aviva and Friends Life are in talks about a possible 5.6bn merger deal, the two insurance companies have said.

Entertainment News

Winkleman to return to Strictly

Claudia Winkleman makes her return to Strictly Come Dancing this weekend after her eight-year-old daughter suffered burns at Halloween.

Idris Elba planning Luther album

The 42-year-old Luther star is planning to release an album of music inspired by his BBC detective character.

VIDEO: Meet the Author: Gerard Russell

In This week's Meet the Author the BBC's Nick Higham meets Gerard Russell

Claudia to return to Strictly

Claudia Winkleman makes her return to Strictly Come Dancing this weekend after her eight-year-old daughter suffered burns at Halloween.

Bassey rues Goldfinger 'wrong notes'

Dame Shirley Bassey re-records her hit Goldfinger after 50 years, admitting there were "two wrong notes" in the original James Bond theme.

Sport News

Snowmobiles free stranded NFL stars

Heavy snowfall in Buffalo forces NFL players to use an unusual form of transport to attend their game against New York Jets.

Crusaders 3-0 Coleraine

Crusaders beat Coleraine 3-0 at Seaview on Friday night to move to the top of the Irish Premiership.

Townsend backing pitch decision

Gregor Townsend supports the decision to play Scotland's final autumn Test on an artificial surface at Rugby Park.

Selling Welbeck a mistake - Ince

Former Manchester United captain Paul Ince believes his ex-club should not have let Danny Welbeck join Arsenal.

Slade vows to improve away form

Cardiff City boss Russell Slade says he will do "everything he can" to improve his side's away form after latest home win.

Technology News

VIDEO: Twitter co-founder defends application

The chairman and co-founder of Twitter is in London for the global launch of his new company 'Square'.

Google tries ad-free net experiment

Search giant Google has unveiled an experiment that lets people pay to visit sites rather than see adverts.

Robots face new creativity test

A US professor is proposing a successor to the famous Turing test devised to spot when artificial intelligence becomes "human".

VIDEO: Games tech boost for movie planning

Researchers at Abertay University in Dundee look to have given the blockbuster a boost by applying computer games technology to the film industry.

Please clamber around the exhibit

The Tate Gallery goes 3D with Minecraft