Sam Warburton is welcomed as skipper, but what does Warren Gatland have planned for Jonny?
Man accused of abducting and murdering five-year-old interested in 'rape, young girls and murder', jury told
Investigators follow new DNA lead as 'Unabomber's' lawyer signs on to defend Dzhokhar Tsarnaev
Welsh skipper Sam Warburton will lead the Lions, who travel with only two fly-halves
Critics blame police cuts for sharp rise in number of people dodging court for violent crimes
Students who provided cover for BBC crew threatened, but critics say film failed to provide any fresh insights
Lycra-clad middle-aged men take note: BBC host blames his stroke on overdoing the rowing machine
Broadcaster says reporter posing as academic is justified, but were students properly informed?
Broadcaster's argument for playing anti-Thatcher song contradicts its history of censorship
Lord Hall faces 'first test' after anti-Thatcher campaigners push 'Ding Dong the Witch is Dead' to the top of the chart
The BBC 1 sci-fi series written by the man who dreamed up the Daleks is being re-made for TV
Rings of Akhaten 'worst ever' episode say fans, while original director says show has become too 'sexual'
Fans rejoice as men behind acclaimed series collaborate on major BBC project
What to look for when choosing your horse, and our tips for this year's race
New system banishes working class, ushers in 'precarious proletariats'. But is it realistic?
Oxford man apologises for turning the air blue - but what did the BBC expect?
BBC comedy chief reveals he is a big fan of Scottish comic's 'unique talent'
If Mair was auditioning for a permanent TV role he could quickly run out of guests, says Nigel Horne