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1 - Emiliano Sala: Rescuer has 'no hope' for missing Cardiff City player
2 - Icy conditions cause travel disruption in parts of UK
3 - Martin Lewis drops Facebook legal action
4 - NTAs 2019: Ant and Dec emotional after best presenter win
5 - Woman hit by police car in Walthamstow dies
6 - Santander to shut 140 branches
7 - Social media stars agree to declare when they post ads
8 - Compensation body 're-traumatising' crime victims
9 - Niagara Falls becomes a 'winter wonderland'
10 - How diet is changing - the good and the bad
11 - 'I should never have been charged' - former Tesco director
12 - 5 things we learned on the National TV Awards red carpet
13 - The Papers: Fears for footballer and Brexit 'panic'
14 - An artist's paintings of East End London are finally gaining recognition
15 - The Sopranos: James Gandolfini's son to fill father's shoes in prequel
16 - The story of British-Somalis in Manchester
17 - How virtual reality can help you manage pain
18 - The millennial who prefers a Victorian steam engine to an iPhone
19 - Boy sells art to help mother through US shutdown
20 - Marie Kondo: Are charity shops feeling the effect?
21 - #GetTonyAFlypast: Pensioner’s wish to mark fatal bomber crash granted
22 - BBC Politics Live
23 - 'R Kelly insisted I have a sex trainer'
24 - How dangerous is Australia for women?
25 - Davos 2019: The man who thinks he can make us love kale
26 - The typo that led a man to a stranger's stag party
27 - Oscars 2019: This year's snubs, shocks, surprises and curiosities
28 - Pigeon droppings health risk - should you worry?
29 - 'I'm mixed-race, is Cambridge University right for me?'
30 - Brexit: A guide to MPs' Brexit amendments
31 - Djokovic into Australian Open semis as Nishikori quits
32 - Emiliano Sala: Profile of 'a South American warrior' & the 'local Carlos Tevez'
33 - Missing Cardiff forward Sala a fighter, says his ex-boss Ranieri
34 - Williams knocked out by Pliskova after holding four match points
35 - Beckham set to join ex-Man Utd team-mates with 10% stake in Salford
36 - Pendleton has 'turned corner' after being 'minutes away' from taking own life
37 - Six Nations: Ireland coach Schmidt expects Sexton to be fit to play England
38 - 'The bed that saved me from the Taliban'
39 - 'Why I wanted a tattoo on my mastectomy scar'
40 - How will history judge President Trump?
41 - The North Korean women who had to escape twice
1 - Emiliano Sala: Rescuer has 'no hope' for missing Cardiff City player

Channel Islands Air Search's chief officer says the conditions in the water "are pretty horrendous".

1/23/2019 11:53:12 AM

2 - Icy conditions cause travel disruption in parts of UK

Travellers are grappling with delays to flights and trains, as freezing conditions hit much of the UK.

1/23/2019 10:57:39 AM

3 - Martin Lewis drops Facebook legal action

The consumer rights campaigner had claimed fake ads on Facebook had caused reputational damage.

1/23/2019 11:25:35 AM

4 - NTAs 2019: Ant and Dec emotional after best presenter win

Despite Ant being absent from screens for most of 2018, he still claimed victory alongside Dec.

1/22/2019 10:50:50 PM

5 - Woman hit by police car in Walthamstow dies

The marked vehicle was responding to a call about a man threatening members of the public.

1/23/2019 11:22:17 AM

6 - Santander to shut 140 branches

About 1,270 jobs are put at risk after Santander announces a big round of branch closures.

1/23/2019 11:39:27 AM

7 - Social media stars agree to declare when they post ads

Vlogger Zoella and pop star Rita Ora were threatened with court action over social media ads.

1/23/2019 11:02:58 AM

8 - Compensation body 're-traumatising' crime victims

The victims' commissioner says survivors are needlessly being forced to relive details of their ordeal.

1/23/2019 1:51:13 AM

9 - Niagara Falls becomes a 'winter wonderland'

A cold snap transforms the world-famous waterfall into a winter wonderland.

1/23/2019 1:33:47 AM

10 - How diet is changing - the good and the bad

Children are turning their backs on sugary drinks but all age groups eat too few vegetables, a survey suggests.

1/23/2019 10:30:11 AM

11 - 'I should never have been charged' - former Tesco director

Carl Rogberg, a former Tesco UK finance director, has been acquitted of fraud and false accounting.

1/23/2019 11:34:16 AM

12 - 5 things we learned on the National TV Awards red carpet

Mostly that celebrities aren't mad keen on freezing cold weather.

1/23/2019 8:21:14 AM

13 - The Papers: Fears for footballer and Brexit 'panic'

The papers feature the search for Emiliano Sala's missing plane and businesses moving out of the UK.

1/23/2019 5:48:04 AM

14 - An artist's paintings of East End London are finally gaining recognition

Doreen Fletcher painted urban scenes of London between 1983 and 2004.

1/23/2019 12:11:20 AM

15 - The Sopranos: James Gandolfini's son to fill father's shoes in prequel

James Gandolfini's 19-year-old son Michael is to play his dad's most famous character, Tony Soprano.

1/23/2019 10:37:05 AM

16 - The story of British-Somalis in Manchester

A new film about Somalis in Manchester challenges decades of negative coverage, its directors say.

1/23/2019 2:30:53 AM

17 - How virtual reality can help you manage pain

A company in Israel is using virtual reality computer games to help patients deal with chronic pain.

1/23/2019 12:18:24 AM

18 - The millennial who prefers a Victorian steam engine to an iPhone

Jake Piner has swapped social media for steam power.

1/23/2019 12:05:29 AM

19 - Boy sells art to help mother through US shutdown

Boy sells his drawings to help his mother during the partial government shutdown in the US.

1/22/2019 9:43:56 PM

20 - Marie Kondo: Are charity shops feeling the effect?

Shops say they have seen a spike in donations since the Netflix de-cluttering show launched.

1/22/2019 1:54:57 AM

21 - #GetTonyAFlypast: Pensioner’s wish to mark fatal bomber crash granted

After #GetTonyAFlypast started trending online the RAF have said they’ll perform a flyby to commemorate the anniversary of 10 airmen’s deaths.

1/22/2019 7:09:15 PM

22 - BBC Politics Live

Live coverage of the day's politics from Westminster.

6/21/2018 11:26:10 AM

23 - 'R Kelly insisted I have a sex trainer'

For two years Asante McGee was R Kelly's girlfriend. Then she went to live in his house in Georgia. She lasted three weeks.

1/23/2019 12:19:28 AM

24 - How dangerous is Australia for women?

Outrage over the killing of a university student has renewed debate about women's safety.

1/22/2019 5:18:37 PM

25 - Davos 2019: The man who thinks he can make us love kale

Matt Barnard is on a mission to persuade people to eat more vegetables.

1/23/2019 12:13:04 AM

26 - The typo that led a man to a stranger's stag party

Will Novak was accidently invited to a stranger's bachelor party. He decided to attend and went viral.

1/22/2019 11:09:45 PM

27 - Oscars 2019: This year's snubs, shocks, surprises and curiosities

Who are the real winners and losers in this year's Academy Award nominations?

1/22/2019 6:20:52 PM

28 - Pigeon droppings health risk - should you worry?

A child's death at a hospital in Glasgow has been linked to an infection spread by bird droppings.

1/22/2019 5:04:53 PM

29 - 'I'm mixed-race, is Cambridge University right for me?'

Anoushka has been offered a place at Cambridge. But she's mixed race and worries she won't fit in. Should she accept the offer?

1/22/2019 1:40:15 AM

30 - Brexit: A guide to MPs' Brexit amendments

How MPs hope to change the Brexit process when Theresa May brings the issue back to the Commons.

1/23/2019 11:47:46 AM

31 - Djokovic into Australian Open semis as Nishikori quits

Six-time champion Novak Djokovic reaches the Australian Open semi-finals after Japan's eighth seed Kei Nishikori retires injured.

1/23/2019 10:12:08 AM

32 - Emiliano Sala: Profile of 'a South American warrior' & the 'local Carlos Tevez'

Emiliano Sala, known as the 'local Carlos Tevez', is a player who bloomed late, was teased by team-mates and loved detective novels.

1/22/2019 8:55:26 PM

33 - Missing Cardiff forward Sala a fighter, says his ex-boss Ranieri

Missing Cardiff forward Emiliano Sala is a "fighter" and "wonderful character", says Fulham boss Claudio Ranieri, who managed him at Nantes.

1/22/2019 9:04:24 PM

34 - Williams knocked out by Pliskova after holding four match points

Serena Williams misses four match points before succumbing to Czech Karolina Pliskova in a dramatic Australian Open quarter-final.

1/23/2019 5:40:59 AM

35 - Beckham set to join ex-Man Utd team-mates with 10% stake in Salford

Former England captain David Beckham is set to become a new shareholder at National League club Salford City.

1/23/2019 11:53:40 AM

36 - Pendleton has 'turned corner' after being 'minutes away' from taking own life

Olympic track cycling champion Victoria Pendleton says she has "turned a corner" after she "was minutes away" from taking her own life last summer.

1/23/2019 10:54:50 AM

37 - Six Nations: Ireland coach Schmidt expects Sexton to be fit to play England

Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt expects Johnny Sexton to be fit for their Six Nations opener against England in Dublin on 2 February.

1/23/2019 11:36:11 AM

38 - 'The bed that saved me from the Taliban'

On 20 January 2018 Taliban gunmen stormed a luxury hotel in Kabul that was popular with foreign guests - Vasileios Vasileiou was one of them.

1/21/2019 2:08:25 AM

39 - 'Why I wanted a tattoo on my mastectomy scar'

Kris Hallenga was diagnosed with terminal cancer, but beat the odds. Her scar is part of her body art.

1/19/2019 12:47:44 AM

40 - How will history judge President Trump?

Two years into a history-defying presidency, the BBC's Nick Bryant assesses how Donald Trump may be remembered.

1/17/2019 9:43:20 PM

41 - The North Korean women who had to escape twice

Trafficked into the sex industry after defecting from North Korea, two young women spent years in captivity.

1/18/2019 12:28:04 AM







 
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