Vinyl sales soar past million mark

Annual sales of vinyl albums have soared past the million mark for the first time in 18 years - buoyed by veteran rock act Pink Floyd.

27 Nov 2014 10.06am

Tennis star Murray gets engaged

Tennis superstar Andy Murray has popped the question to long-time girlfriend Kim Sears.

26 Nov 2014 11.04pm

Clanger costs Hill Apprentice spot

Apprentice James Hill has been fired after a country fair task turned to mud-slinging in the boardroom.

27 Nov 2014 1.06am

Tinchy's jungle rap class for Buerk

Newsreader Michael Buerk has been given a lesson in rap by his jungle campmate, chart star Tinchy Stryder.

27 Nov 2014 1.06am

WW1 drama recounts Hearts sacrifice

The true story of how World War One ripped the heart out of one of Scotland's greatest football teams has inspired a new online BBC drama.

27 Nov 2014 1.03am

London has lowest drink-drive rates

Londoners are least likely to have drink or drug-driving convictions while a town in Wales has the worst record, according to a survey.

27 Nov 2014 1.03am

Renewables top electricity figures

Renewable power has overtaken nuclear to become the main source of electricity in Scotland, figures have revealed.

27 Nov 2014 1.03am

STV presenter Arthur Montford dies

Tributes have been paid to a sports broadcaster who has died aged 85.

27 Nov 2014 1.03am

Boris leading Far East trade visit

Boris Johnson will take part in a trade mission at the Singapore High Commissioner's residence on the first day of his business tour of the Far East.

27 Nov 2014 10.06am

Man sought after two found dead

Murder squad detectives have launched a manhunt after the bodies of a man and a woman were found at a property.

27 Nov 2014 9.06am

Republican held in McConville probe

A well-known republican has been arrested by detectives investigating the murder of Belfast mother-of-10 Jean McConville.

27 Nov 2014 10.06am

US jets could fly from UK carrier

US jets could operate off the Royal Navy's new aircraft carrier before British planes are available for full strike operations.

27 Nov 2014 10.06am

Drug mule's father in video warning

The father of convicted drug smuggler Melissa Reid has spoken of the devastating effect her crime has had on his family, in a new video warning of ...

27 Nov 2014 9.06am

Suicide attack hits foreign convoy

A suicide attacker has targeted a convoy of foreign vehicles on a main road in eastern Kabul.

27 Nov 2014 10.07am

Maduro critic charged over 'plot'

An outspoken leader of Venezuela's opposition is being charged over what the government alleges was a US-backed plot to assassinate President Nicolas ...

27 Nov 2014 4.48am

Greece crippled by general strike

A nationwide general strike to protest against continued austerity measures has shut down services across Greece, grounding flights, leaving ferries ...

27 Nov 2014 10.07am

Rape probe girls ruled as suicides

Two teenage girls who were believed to have been raped and hanged by their attackers actually committed suicide, according to India's top federal ...

27 Nov 2014 9.06am

Clarke leads tributes to Hughes

Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes has died in hospital from a "catastrophic" injury to his head, two days after being struck by a delivery during a ...

27 Nov 2014 6.48am