Safety at Sochi, the commercial use of drones and the shortening shelf life of technology.
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Michael Schumacher is in a critical condition after a skiing accident in the French Alps.
Dotun Adebayo with stories from around the world, plus Ashes coverage.
Several thousand homes across the United Kingdom remain without power.
News from around the world with Rhod Sharp. Thousands face Christmas without power.
Thousands stuck off Dover; mass executions in South Sudan; Alan Turing's pardon.
Street executions and more violence in South Sudan, plus deadlines for 'Obamacare' sign-up
Reaction as Graeme Swann retires from all forms of cricket with immediate effect.
It's 25 years since Pan-Am flight 103 was lost over Lockerbie.
Seven people are seriously injured after a ceiling collapses in a West End theatre.
High winds hit the UK; Greg Louganis on gay rights at Sochi; mapping the Milky Way.
The death of a UK surgeon in a Syrian jail, plus the ongoing hunt for Nazi war criminals.
More planes over the UK, the Aussies may clinch the Ashes, a Christmas carp in the bath.
Screen legend Peter O'Toole dies; we look at his life and work.
China has become only the third country to land a spacecraft on the moon.
Coverage from Perth of day two of the third Ashes Test, and the World Football Phone-in.
The execution of Jang Song Thaek, once-powerful uncle of North Korea leader Kim Jong-Un.
News from around the world with John Foster and the science phone-in with Dr Karl.
Riot police try to disperse thousands of protesters in the Ukrainian capital Kiev.
Thousands continue to protest against the government in Ukraine.
A violent brawl breaks out at a football match in southern Brazil.
Thousands of people take refuge from sectarian violence in the Central African Republic.
A special four hour World Football Phone-in, following the World Cup Draw.
Dotun Adebayo with reaction and tributes following the news that Nelson Mandela has died.
Jesse Owens' daughter, Bruce Lee's yellow suit and the biggest boat in the world.
A judge rules that Detroit can enter bankruptcy.
The UN human rights chief says President Assad is implicated in alleged war crimes.
David Cameron is in China to push for British trade deals.
Dotun Adebayo with global stories, the New York hour and the Virtual Jukebox.