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Avenue Q puppet coach Nigel Plaskitt passes on his puppeteering skills to young actors.
The magazine apologises for mistakenly identifying reporter Noor Tagouri as a Pakistani actress.
Lisa Wood is taking a picture of the sky almost every single day before she loses her eyesight.
The Duke of Edinburgh has a new car a day after his crash, but the Queen "wants him to stop driving".
How the First Amendment protected a man accused of harassing a US lawmaker.
Why jobseekers with ethnic names change personal details on their CVs.
Romelu Lukaku still has a big role to play at Manchester United, says interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The couple have lived in Scotland for years but their lawyer claims they could "live the rest of their days without their family".
The abstinence campaign may be good for our health but it has left pubs and brewers feeling nervous.
The battle over the border fence has shut down the government - so how did we get here?
Edinburgh defeat Montpellier to clinch a Champions Cup quarter-final place along with Glasgow.
The women trying to coax Japan’s reclusive young men out of their bedrooms.
Chris Woakes takes 3-31 in England's final warm-up match before the first Test against the West Indies.
A man who allegedly killed his defence lawyer years after murdering his wife ends up killing himself.
The announcement came after the US president met Kim Jong-un's right-hand man at the White House.
Canada's town of Moose Jaw wants to win back the crown of having the world's tallest moose statue.
Some of golf's biggest names star in a brilliant comedy sketch where they try to come up with viral video ideas for the year ahead.
Betty Campbell is chosen for the statue in Cardiff as Wales' Hidden Heroine following a BBC Wales vote.
The former Foreign Secretary says he didn't say anything about the country during the referendum.
Alfie Lamb's death was "unnatural" and appeared to be "trauma related" a pathologist told a court.