Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi receives an honorary degree from Coventry University. …read more
A new study undertakes the first large-scale exploration of the great white shark’s genetic repertoire, and comes up with unexpected findings.
ITV crime drama Whitechapel, starring Rupert Penry-Jones, is axed after four series, the cast and crew announce. …read more
The Liverpool Everyman theatre is to reopen with Twelfth Night next March after being shut for almost three years while it was being rebuilt. …read more
The 92-year-old war poet Dennis Wilson speaks to the Today programme’s John Humphrys about how – and why – he wrote an elegy during World War II. …read more
All of the surviving members of comedy legends Monty Python are to reform for a stage show, Terry Jones confirms. …read more
Richard and Tom from Keane joined BBC Breakfast to talk about their new Best Of album, marking ten years since the release of their first. …read more
CBeebies presenter Cerrie Burnell on working with her disability …read more
A huge mural, painted by Rex Whistler in the Tate Britain’s restaurant, has been restored as part of the gallery’s £45m revamp. …read more
Why do the faces of primates contain so many different colors, including black, blue, red, orange and white, mixed in all kinds of combinations, and often striking patterns? Biologists report on the faces of 139 African and Asian primate species that have been diversifying over some 25 million years.