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Horner situation can't continue - Jos Verstappen
The controversy surrounding Red Bull boss Christian Horner is "driving people apart", says the father of the team's F1 champion Max Verstappen.
03.03.2024 - 14:45

Horner situation can't continue - Jos Verstappen
The controversy surrounding Red Bull boss Christian Horner is "driving people apart", says the father of the team's F1 champion Max Verstappen.
03.03.2024 - 14:45

Hunt: Childcare plan on track but no guarantees
The chancellor says he is confident an expansion of free childcare will be delivered as planned.
03.03.2024 - 14:35

Israeli hostages status hangs over Gaza truce talks
A Hamas delegation is understood to be in Cairo, but the Israelis want more information about hostages.
03.03.2024 - 14:23

Shehbaz Sharif wins second term as Pakistan PM
Mr Sharif got parliament's backing after a deal shut out supporters of his jailed predecessor Imran Khan.
03.03.2024 - 14:12

Watch: Battling snow as massive blizzard hits California and Nevada
A massive blizzard sweeps across parts of California and Nevada in the western United States.
03.03.2024 - 14:04

Girl, 7, dies in English Channel crossing attempt
A boat carrying 16 migrants capsized in French waters a few kilometres from the coast, local officials say.
03.03.2024 - 13:46

Newscast
The Chancellor says he will only cut taxes in a responsible way
03.03.2024 - 13:40

GB qualify for women's 4x400m final with national record
Great Britain qualify for the women's 4x400m final with a new national record time of three minutes 26.40 at the World Indoor Championships in Glasgow.
03.03.2024 - 13:29

Murder arrest after woman dies and another injured
A woman has died in the city and another woman found with life-threatening injuries, say police.
03.03.2024 - 13:12

Jellyfish protein detects fingerprints in seconds
Bath scientists develop a dye spray that helps speed up the gathering of evidence at crime scenes.
03.03.2024 - 13:11

I will only cut taxes in responsible way - Hunt
The chancellor tells the BBC he hopes to show a path towards lower taxes in Wednesday's Budget.
03.03.2024 - 12:57

Russia says 38 Ukrainian drones intercepted in Crimea
Reports say a fuel depot was hit during the attack on the town of Feodosiya on the occupied peninsula.
03.03.2024 - 12:17

Scottish Premiership: Ten-man Celtic seeking lifeline at Hearts
Champions Celtic visit third-placed Hearts in the Scottish Premiership. Follow live text and radio coverage.
03.03.2024 - 10:46

The Unknown star of viral Willy Wonka event unmasked
Felicia, 16, was cast as The Unknown, a creepy character from Willy's Chocolate Experience in Glasgow.
03.03.2024 - 10:32

Raye makes history by winning six Brit Awards
The singer-songwriter wins more Brits at a single ceremony than any other artist ever has.
03.03.2024 - 09:59

LeBron James becomes first NBA player to score 40,000 points
Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James becomes the first NBA player to reach 40,000 career regular-season points.
03.03.2024 - 08:06

'Devastated' dog theft victim let down over law
Carwyn Powell's sheepdog went missing in 2018, and he says the law is too weak to tackle thefts.
03.03.2024 - 08:03

Brit Awards 2024: The real winners and losers
Raye scooped the big prizes, but what was really going on behind the scenes at the 2024 Brit Awards?
03.03.2024 - 08:01

'My daughter's uncontrollable hair is beautiful'
Layla, three, has "fluffy" hair that grows "outwardly" due to a condition that affects only 100 people.
03.03.2024 - 07:58

Caudery achieves 'dream' gold on emotional night
Great Britain's Molly Caudery says her dreams have come true after the 23-year-old wins pole vault gold at the World Athletics Indoor Championships.
03.03.2024 - 07:31

Trump moves closer to nomination with string of wins
The results give Donald Trump 247 Republican delegates, compared to challenger Nikki Haley's 24.
03.03.2024 - 05:49

'There was heartache but we had to keep going'
Miners, police, journalists and politicians tell the story of the strike which changed Britain.
03.03.2024 - 04:18

Can green 'super powders' really make you healthy?
Products containing probiotics, vitamins and antioxidants are being sold as healthy essentials.
03.03.2024 - 04:12

Nadiya Hussain: A letter to my teenage daughter
The Bake Off winner and TV chef talks about her childhood and offers advice to her 13-year-old daughter.
03.03.2024 - 03:49

Train fares are rising - here are five ways to save money
As rail fares rise on Sunday, we find the ways passengers can keep journeys as cheap as possible.
03.03.2024 - 03:11

The 'banned' Star Trek episode that promised a united Ireland
A scene discussing Ireland's "2024 unification" stopped the episode from being shown in the UK.
03.03.2024 - 02:56

Raye's path to the Brits: 'It's not been the simplest story'
The pop star makes history at the Brits with six wins, after one of the biggest comebacks in pop.
03.03.2024 - 02:53

Kate, the King and three other big challenges for royals
After a tough start to the year, our royal correspondent considers the challenges facing the royals.
03.03.2024 - 02:27

How Israel-Gaza war is spilling into cultural life
From Charlotte Church to Boy George, the conflict is affecting UK culture in new ways - and old.
03.03.2024 - 02:25

Watch record-breaking Raye win award after award
The singer-songwriter makes history with six Brits in a year, including Artist and Song of the year.
03.03.2024 - 01:13

Gazans crowdfund thousands for uncertain escape
People hoping to leave Gaza in a widening humanitarian crisis must dodge scammers and pay huge sums.
03.03.2024 - 01:02

Who won what - the full list of awards
See all the winners from this year's Brit Awards, which took place in London.
03.03.2024 - 00:04

Saturday

Real consequences if Stormont not reformed - Long
Naomi Long says the NI secretary must do "heavy lifting" or face blame for a future Executive collapse.
02.03.2024 - 23:28

Red Carpet: Black dresses, pops of neon and a giraffe
Stars wore their finest for the red carpet in London at the UK's biggest music night, the Brit Awards.
02.03.2024 - 21:49

UK Open: Clinical Humphries into semi-finals
Follow live text updates of the quarter-finals of the UK Open at Butlin's, Minehead.
02.03.2024 - 19:04

WSL: Watch as Russo gives Arsenal lead over Tottenham
Watch live coverage as Arsenal host Tottenham in the Women's Super League, plus text and radio commentary from four other games.
02.03.2024 - 19:03

Premier League: Kluivert puts Bournemouth ahead at Burnley
Follow live text updates and BBC Radio 5 Live commentary as Burnley host Bournemouth and Man City face Man United in the Premier League.
02.03.2024 - 19:03

Friends struggle to comprehend US airman's Gaza protest death
Those close to Aaron Bushnell say they are still trying to process his decision to set himself on fire outside Israel's Washington embassy.
02.03.2024 - 17:41

Newscast
The Prime Minister advocated for unity in the face of extremism
02.03.2024 - 17:08

Fergal Keane: Aid convoy tragedy shows fear of starvation haunts Gaza
The international community is under pressure to tackle the growing crisis of hunger in the territory, writes Fergal Keane.
02.03.2024 - 16:23

Killer whale vs shark: Solo orca eats great white
A killer whale is captured on camera hunting and "eviscerating" a great white shark in less than two minutes.
02.03.2024 - 03:05

Friday

The Big Cases
Shakira Spencer was tortured and starved by people she considered friends.
01.03.2024 - 13:00

Wednesday

Is holding a grudge beneficial or detrimental?
A wrestling grudge spills out of the ring and into the real world.
21.02.2024 - 07:00

Tuesday

Brace yourselves - the new kids are here
Five black inner-city teenagers are offered scholarships to a prestigious boarding school.
20.02.2024 - 07:00

Wednesday

Are cats better than dogs? The claws are out
Brian Cox and Robin Ince claw through the science to find out if cats are better than dogs
14.02.2024 - 10:20

Tuesday

The Kinsellas are back and thriving
Members of a Turkish cartel inform the Kinsellas that Cunningham's debt is now theirs.
13.02.2024 - 07:00

Friday

Rick Astley's outstanding Piano Room performance
Rick Astley performs live at Maida Vale with the BBC Concert Orchestra.
09.02.2024 - 15:00

Tuesday

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