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The new Covid variant - your questions answered
Your questions answered on "the most significant variant to date".
Barbados - becoming a Republic
Barbados cuts ties with the Queen - but will anything change for Barbadians?
Buy Now Pay Later
Millions of UK customers now use buy now pay later companies to make an online purchase.
Delivering for Christmas - what's in store?
Why HGV drivers are becoming such a scarce commodity and what that means for all of us.
The Pfizer chief - jabs, profits and anti-vax disinformation
Albert Bourla speaks to the BBC about jabs, profits and anti-vax disinformation.
Karen's Song - a gift to my dad
How a community came together to bring a 1960's lullaby back to life.
Our hidden young carers
Amy and Kim are among thousands of young carers in England who're left unsupported
Rebel Wilson - "I know what it's like to be invisible"
Hollywood actress, Rebel Wilson, on how personal struggles drove her to lose weight.
The Downing Street Christmas Party - anger, resignation and investigation
Boris Johnson apologises for video - but still denies a Christmas party happened.
Jussie Smollett - the actor who faked his own hate crime
He claimed he was the victim of a racist, homophobic assault. A jury found he lied.
The billionaire landowners changing Scotland’s landscape
In Scotland, private landowners are hoping to repair and restore the country’s ecosystems
Nile Rodgers: selling the guitars behind the hits
Music legend, Nile Rodgers, on the decision to auction his guitars for talented teenagers
Usain Bolt - the world's fastest gamer ?
How video games helped him to become one of the most successful athletes of all time.
Adoption - finding a forever family
Searching for a home - the "tragedy" of "hard to place" children.
Strictly's Rose - signing in the spotlight
How the crowned winner changed the game - introducing millions to sign language.
A care home at Christmas
"Making this one special" after last year's trauma.
The mural that galvanised a community
How people in Withington came together to make a stand against racism and hate.
2021 - Jackie Weaver's memorable moments
The overnight internet star, Jackie Weaver, looks back on her memorable moments of 2021.
2021 - Comedy's highs and lows
Russell Kane and Maureen Lipman on comedy and Covid.
2021 - Extreme weather events of the year
The year's extreme weather events and how climate change became very real in 2021
2021 - How technology has shaped the year
From the metaverse to the billionaire space race – the stand out tech moments.
2021 - Pandemic, parties and Peppa
A look back at the political stories that made the headlines in 2021.
The cruelty of gambling addiction
Sadie and Pete lost their son to it. Now they want to stop others staking their lives.
Elizabeth Holmes - the Silicon Valley fraudster
The rise and fall of America's youngest self-made billionaire.
Omicron - your questions answered
Our experts answer some of your questions on the latest Covid 19 developments.
Sound of 2022 - who is PinkPantheress ?
The TikTok phenomenon - who made hits from her bedroom - wins the BBC Sound of 2022.
Commentators Russell Fuller and Gigi Salmon on the "complex", "unorthodox" tennis star.
Rory's story - overcoming date rape
How the BBC drama "Four Lives" is encouraging more male victims to seek help.
Afghanistan - a cold and hungry peacetime
One million children at risk from severe malnourishment as Afghanistan heads into winter.
Prince Andrew – how that Newsnight interview could inform what happens next
Prince Andrew fails to get US civil case dismissed.
Parties in Downing Street – an admission, an apology, and calls for the PM to resign
After days of silence, Boris Johnson admits going to a Number 10 party during lockdown.
Wham bam, thank you Van-Tam
Another side of the metaphor master, as he steps down as deputy chief medical officer
The spy game – China's tactics, the threat to the UK and how we respond
Christine Lee and MI5. A rare warning and what it says about Chinese influence in the UK.
Helping my community – “it’s like we’re in a war”
“Changing lives for the better” in one of the most deprived parts of England.
Making my Dad's Desert Island Discs - "it's emotional, but really special"
The BBC's Dan Johnson shares why the recording has been such a comfort.
Keeping the heat on - the pinch in our pockets intensifies
The cost of living has soared again and is now at the highest rate in almost 30 years.
Cate Blanchett - "how we've lost the meaning of truth"
The actress on her film 'Nightmare Alley' and the confusion between fact and fiction.
Tracey Emin - "I want it taken down"
The artist tells Number 10 to remove her neon artwork "More Passion"
Meat Loaf - "the vaults of heaven will be ringing with rock"
Reflections of Lorraine Crosby - who dueted with the singer on "I'd do anything for love"
Mercedes Gleitze - the untold story of a pioneering swimmer
The inspiring story of the first British woman to swim the Channel who became a recluse.
Trapped underground for 54 hours - Britain's longest cave rescue
Reunited: George says the "bloody mindedness" of hundreds of volunteers saved his life
Downing Street "Partygate" - the Met investigates
Met Police chief announces probe into Number 10 parties.