VE Day anniversary celebrations see the legendary singer return to the top 40 at the age of 103.
The influential rock star died after suffering complications from a bike accident.
Teachers say they want to see the scientific evidence that it is safe to open schools in England.
"I felt embarrassed for getting excited before the loss," she says of her miscarriage in February.
Tom Brook finds out why people are watching pirated films and the effects on the film industry.
It comes as one of England's biggest academy trusts says it will go ahead with opening all of its schools.
The Monty Python shares his lighter moments in hospital, and how humour helps us all.
Artist Rob Arnold is spending his lockdown sifting 40 sacks of beach litter in Cornwall.
Two weeks after liberation, 95 London medical students arrived at Belsen to help care for survivors.
Education unions say they want scientific evidence it is safe for teachers and pupils to return.
Opposition to reopening schools is "rather middle class" claims head of academy trust.
The self-styled "king and queen of rock 'n' roll" - who inspired Elvis and The Beatles - dies at 87.
Tutti Frutti's most famous lyric appears to be nonsense - but was there a hidden meaning?
Fans will select from Abba, Bucks Fizz, Conchita Wurst and more, in a BBC vote on Saturday.
"I was flown in to lower morale over the airwaves," he jokes about his show for 170 stations.
Guitar players, backing vocalists and engineers are among the hardest hit in the music industry.
Satirist Charlie Brooker speaks to BBC Newsnight about coronavirus, life imitating fiction and Antiviral Wipe.
Actress Kim Cattrall speaks of the importance of live performances as the future of regional and national theatres looks precarious because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Lib Dem Layla Moran urges chief science officers to publish scientific advice on schools reopening.
A Dublin radio presenter had been appealing for the Oscar winner to call his programme for weeks.
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