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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

Armstrong lands Danger Mouse role

Pointless host Alexander Armstrong has landed the starring role for the return of much-loved cartoon character Danger Mouse.

18 Sep 2014 1.48am

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

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

Flaky Kate gets the Bake Off boot

Contestant Kate Henry saw her Great British Bake Off dreams crumble when she became the latest hopeful to leave the tent - after a flaky performance ...

18 Sep 2014 1.48am

Long night ahead - for iPhone fans

Referendum voters were not the only people queueing in Glasgow tonight.

19 Sep 2014 1.03am

Yes campaign wins the Twitter war

The Yes campaign won the independence referendum battle on Twitter, the social network has revealed.

19 Sep 2014 1.03am

Opponents hail importance of vote

As counting of votes began in the Scottish independence referendum, SNP deputy leader Nicola Sturgeon hailed the ballot as "an amazing, emotional, ...

19 Sep 2014 1.03am

Private rents 'hit record high'

Private sector rents have lifted to a new all-time average high of £761 a month as the peak season for tenants snapping up new homes gets under way, ...

19 Sep 2014 2.04am

House searched in Alice inquiry

Forensic searches have been taking place at the home of a Latvian builder named as the prime suspect in the search for schoolgirl Alice Gross.

19 Sep 2014 2.04am

Hormone link to poor maths skills

Children who are bad at maths could have trouble with numbers because of their mother's hormone levels during pregnancy, a new study suggests.

19 Sep 2014 2.04am

'Angelina effect' on cancer tests

Referrals for genetic breast cancer tests more than doubled in the UK as a result of what doctors have dubbed the "Angelina effect".

19 Sep 2014 2.04am

Cooper backs relationship lessons

Children should receive co mpulsory relationship lessons in order to prevent violence against women, Yvette Cooper has said, in the wake of the ...

19 Sep 2014 2.04am

Centre left takes power in Slovenia

Slovenia's parliament has voted into office a new centre-left government in the small eurozone nation that narrowly avoided bailout last year.

18 Sep 2014 9.49pm

France to provide Iraq air support

France has agreed to provide air support requested by Iraq in its fight against Islamic State (IS) fighters who have captured swathes of the country.

18 Sep 2014 8.05pm

Dozens killed in capital attacks

A suicide bombing and mortar fire have killed another 15 people in the Iraqi capital late today, raising the day's death toll from attacks to 30.

18 Sep 2014 9.05pm

Clashes at march for killed rapper

Violence has broken out at a march in Greece held to honour a rap singer whose stabbing death a year ago triggered a crackdown on the extreme right ...

18 Sep 2014 8.05pm

Life for Craigslist murder couple

A newlywed couple who lured a stranger to his death through a Craigslist ad have been sentenced to life without parole by a judge who said they must ...

18 Sep 2014 8.05pm