Extra faces give us more people to laugh at and adds an extra sense of jeopardy in the Apprentice boardroom
Sex Pistols frontman Johnny Rotten surprises John Humphrys with sausage quip on BBC Radio 4 Today
Famous spread of musicians help launch BBC Music but what does this mean for BBC audiences?
Four Chelsea and two Man United stars make the team, one each from Liverpool and Man City
The unknown French manager walked into Highbury on this day in 1996 - lots has changed since then
If Newcastle fire Pardew, Wenger will have held his job for longer than all his rivals combined
Spurs and West Brom provide the spine of this weekend's dream team, which netted a total of ten goals
From menus and gifts to Amal Alamuddin's dress and actor's rumoured pay-out to Michelle Pfeiffer
Picture threat is followed by another 'hoax within a hoax' orchestrated by serial internet spammers
US and China 'embrace' their responsibility to combat the global effects of climate change
Second John Cantlie propaganda video released by militants accusing UK of 'abandoning' its hostages
Arsenal and Man City provide the spine of the team with help from West Brom and West Ham
Alex Salmond concedes defeat as Scotland rejects independence by 55 per cent to 45 per cent
Several Scottish pubs will be opening late, while television channels are providing rolling coverage
Portuguese best-seller describes the English as 'filthy, angry animals who drink like sponges'
From Prince William's bald patch to the royal baby, Prince Harry is never short of a joke or two
From die-hard unionist firebrand to peacemaker, Ian Paisley was never short of an opinion
Fears about online security have led to new interest in apps claiming to offer a safe way of sharing pics
A round-up of celebrated yet controversial comedian Joan Rivers' most scathing one-liners
Manufactured deadline drama has made reporters 'static targets for custard pie attacks'