Terry Jones was a member of the 1960s Monty Python whose satirical and subversive take on comedy helped revolutionise the genre.
Pigeon fanciers from across the country have gathered in Blackpool for the “Crufts of the pigeon world”.
Much of the UK woke to frosty scenes on Sunday morning with the mercury dipping below zero and fog in many areas.
An ancient medieval tradition to ensure the good health of trees has been recreated in Hampshire.
Model enthusiasts have gathered at Alexandra Palace for this year’s London Model Engineering Exhibition.
Runners hit the trail on the first Saturday Aberdeen Park Run of 2020 at the Beach Esplanade. We sent one of our photographers along to capture the event.
Keepers at ZSL London Zoo had their clipboards, calculators and cameras at the ready for the annual stocktake of every mammal, bird, reptile, fish and invertebrate at the attraction.
The celebrations for Edinburgh’s Hogmanay have started in earnest, with the traditional torchlight procession taking place on Monday evening. Celtic fire theatre company PyroCeltica held a performance in front of Edinburgh Castle esplanade as part of the event.
The royal family’s decade has been one of celebration, from weddings, milestones and a jubilee to an abundance of royal babies.
The past 12 months have proved to be a year of weather extremes, with many areas hit by flooding after persistent rainfall but temperature highs also set as the sun found its way out from behind the clouds.
Dramatic changes to the UK’s political landscape began in 2010, when the Conservative Party gained power for the first time since 1997 in coalition with the Liberal Democrats.
Thousands of people have turned out to support dozens of Boxing Day hunts across the UK.
People across Asia have witnessed a spectacular annular solar eclipse, which saw the moon pass in front of the sun to create a so-called “ring of fire”.
The younger members of the royal family have added another traditional family duty to their repertoire after joining the Queen at the Christmas Day church service on her Sandringham estate.
One of the more bracing Christmas traditions in some parts of the UK and Ireland is an outdoor swim in the sea or a lake.
Stars from the sporting world took to the red carpet in Aberdeen tonight ahead of the Sports Personality of the Year awards 2019.
A Dorset beach was turned into a stadium for Santas as part of a fundraising effort that saw them chase runners dressed as Christmas puddings.
The General Election may have been a battle for the nation’s future but not everyone was weighed down with great matters of state as the verdict of the voters was revealed.
After weeks of campaigning the parties have reached the eve of polling day, but not without a last-gasp effort throughout Wednesday to win over voters.
Jeremy Corbyn dropped into a primary school in Morecambe to help pupils make hot chocolate reindeer.
Boris Johnson watched haddock being sold and held a cod in his arms for the cameras as he launched his final election campaign push in a fish market in Grimsby. Meanwhile, the SNP battle bus visited the Highlands and Labour’s John McDonnell gave a speech on the economy in London.
There was no rest for the candidates and party faithful this Sunday with polling day nearly upon them.
Thousands of runners have donned their festive threads to take part in charity Santa runs across the UK.
Ballet fans will be treated to the magic of The Snow Queen in Edinburgh this Christmas as part of Scottish Ballet’s winter programme.
The candidates and party leaders have spent their last Friday on the campaign trail hoping to sway undecided voters and cement the support they have already garnered ahead of Thursday’s General Election.
Boris Johnson paid a visit to Red Bull Racing in the key election battleground of Milton Keynes as Jeremy Corbyn addressed a rally in Nottingham.
Jeremy Corbyn pledged to stand up for “exploited, ripped off and dehumanised workers” as he highlighted Labour’s workers manifesto during a speech in London.
Jeremy Corbyn received a warm reception from both activists and constituents as he pledged to slash regulated rail fares in England by a third from next month.
Environmental issues were to the forefront of the Duke of Cambridge’s visit to Kuwait and Oman as he learnt about the scourge of plastic pollution. William joined litter pickers working on a beach in Jahra nature reserve near Kuwait City.
The General Election campaign continues apace with one constituency getting a dose of Hollywood glamour.