24 hours of news photos: 8 August
Hot air balloons take part in Bristol's annual event
BBC Click finds out what you need to know before flying a consumer drone and how they perform
Caroline Hepker asked Wikipedia's founder Jimmy Wales if he is concerned that the majority of contributors are Western men.
Penguin has defended its decision to use an image of a doll-like young girl on the cover of a new edition of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Mother of four Hayley Kalinins, 33, has terminal cancer and has been on Kadcyla for 18 weeks after being given it through the cancer drug fund, which pays for a limited number of patients to use some treatments. She told BBC Breakfast it was a "wonder drug".
Ancient Japanese art inspires researchers to design self-folding robots that behave like "real-life transformers".
Roads outside Bearsden Academy in Glasgow have become so busy that the children have been resorted to checking-up on their parents.
Difficult decisions face NHS when it comes to modern medicines
Scientists. led by a team at IBM, develop a new computer chip that mimics the organisation of the human brain.