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Doctor Who 'son' to star in special

Doctor Who is keeping it in the family after show bosses announced Michael Troughton, the son of Patrick who played the second ever Doctor, will ...

19 Sep 2014 3.05pm

Award for flute virtuoso Sir James

Flautist Sir James Galway has been celebrated by the classical music world with a lifetime achievement honour at the annual Gramophone Awards.

18 Sep 2014 1.48am

Waterman to quit New Tricks

New Tricks star Dennis Waterman is quitting the show - the last of the original line-up to leave the popular police drama.

19 Sep 2014 1.05pm

Grylls reveals skinny-dip liking

Adventurer Bear Grylls accidentally bared all in a text to showbiz buddy Dermot O'Leary.

19 Sep 2014 1.05am

Doctor Who moving to later time

Doctor Who is set to travel in time again after TV bosses decided to move the long-running sci-fi show to a later slot in the schedule.

18 Sep 2014 2.05pm

Sturgeon keeping eyes on the prize

Nicola Sturgeon has made little attempt in recent years to hide her desire for the top job in Scottish politics and her dream is now within reach.

19 Sep 2014 9.03pm

Opponents pay tribute to Salmond

Politicians and figures from across the business community have paid tribute to Alex Salmond after he announced his resignation as First Minister.

19 Sep 2014 7.03pm

Queen hails 'democratic tradition'

The Queen has hailed the country’s “robust democratic tradition” and said she has no doubt the Scottish people and the rest of the UK will “work ...

Immigrants found in back of lorry

Around 25 suspected illegal immigrants have been found in the back of a lorry in a village.

19 Sep 2014 3.05pm

Ex-footballer faces match-fix trial

A former Premier League footballer has appeared in court after being charged over an alleged match-fixing conspiracy.

19 Sep 2014 1.05pm

Travis jury out for second day

Jurors in the trial of veteran DJ Dave Lee Travis, who is accused of indecently assaulting two women and sexually assaulting a third, have retired ...

19 Sep 2014 3.05pm

Misconduct probe into Savile police

Five serving detectives have been served with misconduct notices and two former officers are being investigated over how they handled allegations ...

19 Sep 2014 2.05pm

PM seeks West Lothian 'solution'

David Cameron has boldly declared his determination to find a "decisive" solution to the West Lothian question.

19 Sep 2014 1.05pm

Anti-Islam ads coming to New York

Anti-Islamic adverts will begin appearing on a hundred New York City buses and at two subway entrances next week.

19 Sep 2014 4.05pm

Nigerian church 'stopped rescuers'

Church officials stopped members of a rescue team pulling victims from the site of a six-storey building collapse in Nigeria, an emergency agency ...

19 Sep 2014 1.06pm

Syrian Kurds cross into Turkey

Turkey has opened its border with Syria to allow up to 4,000 people, mostly Kurds fleeing militants from the Islamic State group, cross to safety.

19 Sep 2014 4.05pm

Catalans continue independence push

Catalonia's president Artur Mas says Catalans want the same chance as Scots who were given the right to vote for independence.

19 Sep 2014 3.06pm

Sierra Leone begins Ebola lockdown

A three-day curfew is under way in Sierra Leone to help health workers find hidden cases of Ebola.

19 Sep 2014 2.06pm