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Watchmakers pushing the boundaries of a centuries-old craft
Will Gompertz considers the contributions of Kevin Spacey and Richard Attenborough towards making the arts for everyone.
The ancient city that's quickly crumbling away
On 20 March 1917, a baby girl was given a name heavy with history.
From London to Minneapolis to probe one of Prince's secrets
The dinner date that could help change a whole country
Death Row Records co-founder Marion "Suge" Knight has been taken to hospital after collapsing in court in Los Angeles.
Top California winemakers are rejecting claims made in a lawsuit that several low-cost wines contain dangerous levels of arsenic.
Islamic State says its militants carried out suicide bombings on two mosques in the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, that killed at least 137 people.
Newcastle manager John Carver says he expects a significant number of players to leave Newcastle United in the summer.
Save money by growing your own food in limited space
Two Canadian men accused of plotting to attack passenger train travelling from New York to Toronto have been found guilty on multiple terror charges.
Wolves move into the Championship play-off picture with two second-half goals to beat promotion rivals Derby County.
Tunisia's president has urged Tunisians to unite to fight terrorism, two days after an attack on the Bardo museum in the capital Tunis killed 25 people, mostly foreign tourists.
Radamel Falcao's former agent and mentor Silvano Espindola claims the Manchester United forward has cried over his poor form.
Comedy legend Mel Brooks says he is "deeply honoured" to receive an outstanding achievement award from the British Film Institute.
A man who robbed a convenience store brandishing a toy gun is jailed.
Former boxer Muhammad Ali welcomes Prince Charles to his home city of Louisville with a letter describing the royal as "the greatest".
A court in Cuba jails 18 government officials for stealing more than eight million eggs and selling them on the black market.
Investors who bought shares in American insurance firm AIG in the lead up to the financial crisis are to receive a total of $970.5m (£649m) after reaching a landmark settlement.