Your morning briefing for 21 August 2019.
Watch this live webstream to see daily life and interviews from a typical English apiary.
Keanu Reeves will reprise his role as Neo for the latest instalment in the popular sci-fi franchise.
Smoke from the fires caused a blackout in Sao Paulo, more than 2,700km (1,700 miles) away.
Mary Cavner was forced to work at a Magdalene Laundry after her father died when she was 11.
A growing proportion of the UK's farmers are female - we meet some of the women joining the industry.
Police surrounded the flats in Barking, east London, as nearby residents were evacuated.
It comes after the PM said the plan to avoid a hard border in Northern Ireland was "anti-democratic".
The US president abruptly cancels his visit after the Danish PM says he cannot purchase Greenland.
There are more than 3,000 diverse types of show at the Fringe yet body image is a recurring theme.
NHS England is funding a new treatment for patients with severe haemophilia A.
In 1976, North Koreans killed two US officers in the DMZ over a tree, sparking a huge military gardening operation.
Violence and thefts have surged in Barcelona - and officials are struggling to find a solution.
Sarah Collins' OCD tricks her into thinking she's made a horrible mistake after a night out celebrating her A level results.
A panel of judges will review the ruling allowing two people to "possess, transport and use cocaine".
Public urged to "recycle their tech" as rare, valuable materials in millions of old devices languish in UK homes.
Pell, the most senior Catholic cleric to be convicted of sexual abuse, will serve the rest of his six-year sentence.
Office blocks are also being used to house families as 210,000 children are estimated to be homeless.
Radio-frequency identification, famously used to bug the US embassy in Moscow, is a cheap way to track objects and data.
The average salary of the bosses of the UK's largest companies has fallen 13% in the last financial year.