Sky News
3 hours
It is very sensitive but sometimes we overreact. I don't get worked up about it, everybody wears the same thing. I must get to this story... A double page spread.
Sky News
3 hours
Fantastic. He has had a great chat with... I want to ask, would his face move if you talked to him? I used to have such a crush on him. What about Warren? Let's go to the lead story for the time. Don't lock up low risk paedophiles. Simon Bailey is a very important police officer, he takes the lead on child protection, he says paedophiles who view indecent images shouldn't be given an all sanctions at all.
ITV4
4 hours
Wolfsburg 1 Werder Bremen 2. These tree points were very very important and two wins in a row, So we can build up some confidence. We are super super happy. Of course we can play better, but, at this moment of the season, the points are the only thing that counts. "Football is always the same old story.
ITV
4 hours
Millwall are refusing to sell it to make way for a £1 million regeneration project. The developers told me they are determined to go ahead despite a compulsory purchase order that would force Millwall to sell the land. Now the CPO has been dropped, will you give up? Absolutely not. We worked 13 years on this. This is a story about regenerating a much deprived area of London.
ITV
4 hours
Damian Green, ITV News, Leicester. Like everything else at the moment, you couldn't make the Leicester story up, could you? Finally, if there was an Oscar for the biggest foul-up on live Television, it would surely be on the mantlepiece tonight of the organisers of the overnight awards ceremony in Hollywood. The finger seems to be pointing at the two accountants, celebrities themselves now if they weren't before, who count the votes and hand out the envelopes. Their firm, Price Waterhouse Cooper, did £28 billion of business last year. No doubt their many clients will be hoping this was a momentary lapse from that hallmark of any sucessful accountancy firm. Attention to detail.
Sky News
4 hours
Let's go to the Oscars thing, the gripping real story. He knows all these people so well and I cannot wait to read it. Warren Beatty, I have to say, I feel a bit sorry for him because he was left, he knew there was something wrong.
BBC News 24
4 hours
It's decided by democracy as opposed to bureaucracy in Brussels. When the bill goes through there will be suitable scrutiny and an examination of what the law should be, which is how democracy works. Whether or not it does happen when Article 50 is triggered, hiring more police officers? I don't know if it will be as simple as that, nonetheless it will be a shocking story.
Sky News
4 hours
The story is essentially saying when article 50 is triggered before the end of March, she could, the government could say that EU migrants coming in are no longer,... It is all part of the negotiations about what our EU, the brexit in the.
Sky News
4 hours
Let's move on to the express and I feel a theme to your pieces here. Is this the telegraph story... It is speculative. Because Downing Street pooh-poohed it slightly today? It is an option and not a fact and they are talking about it.
BBC News 24
4 hours
BBC One South
5 hours
Thank you very much. The BBC is holding a special debate on this story tomorrow morning. That is on three of our local radio stations. Bournemouth father-of-three Stephen Mallon was fatally injured after being attacked by armed locals and pushed from a 16ft ledge. He was just 49. Today, at an inquest, his family were told they are now free to cremate Stephen's body - eight years after he died.
BBC News 24
5 hours
The Leicester City story has had as many ups and downs as a Shakespeare play. Fans came story has had as many ups and downs as a Shakespeare play. Fans came to say goodbye to Claudio Ramdin Aryan -- Claudio Ranieri.
BBC One London
5 hours
Our political correspondent Karl Mercer has the story. Valentine and Georgian are a long way from home, building homes for Londoners. From Romania, they've been here nearly four years, part of a growing European workforce that's helping power the capital's construction industry.
BBC One South
5 hours
I don't want to hate you for ever, I'm not that type of person. Eventually I will probably be able to forgive you. English teacher Meg is now calling for all schoolchildren to be taught about the dangers of using mobiles behind the wheel before they start learning to drive. on that story on Inside Out South on I player.
BBC News 24
5 hours
I was only ten. This man in a suit came to see me and said, "Your mother's dead, you know, so how would you like to go to Australia?" In 2011, the story of a Nottinghamshire social worker, Margaret Humphreys' battle to uncover the scandal was made into a feature film.
BBC News 24
5 hours
You can also follow the story online. In a few moments we will return to Iraq. We have been concentrating on Mosul. BBC Arabic will bring us up-to-date on why one bridge could be crucial in the battle against the Islamic State.
BBC News 24
6 hours
What a gracious man he was last night. As you can imagine this has been a very popular story with headline writers. The Los Angeles Times came up with this. This is the Chicago Sun Times. correspondence.
BBC News 24
6 hours
It's never been examined in detail. I was only ten. This man in a suit came to see me and said, "Your mother's dead, you know, so, how'd you like to go to Australia?" In 2011, the story of a Nottinghamshire social worker, Margaret Humphreys' battle to uncover the scandal was made into a feature film.
Sky News
6 hours
BBC News 24
6 hours
There needs to be an investigation and he needs to think how he would deal with operations in the Middle East. This is an intriguing story, the UK former Conservative premise to John Major has made a sharp intervention on the issue substantial and is unpalatable.
BBC News 24
6 hours
Yeah, exactly. What this has done is overshadowed the achievement of the film-makers behind Moonlight. A significant film, it is a story of a young in the main categories.
BBC News 24
7 hours
It's never been examined in detail. I was only ten. This man in a suit came to see me and said, "Your mother's dead, you know, so, how'd you like to go to Australia?" In 2011, the story of a Nottinghamshire social worker, Margaret Humphreys' battle to uncover the scandal was made into a feature film.
Sky News
7 hours
After many false starts and years of delay, this huge, wide ranging child abuse inquiry is finally under way. Mark White, Sky News. And we're expecting that story to feature in tomorrow's papers. We'll be taking a first look at them in our Press Previews at 10:30pm and 11:30pm.
BBC Parliament
7 hours
I think that story illustrates some of the issues which I know ministers are aware of in terms of making sure the knowledge of what residential and nursing facilities are available in the community to elderly people that come into hospital, and also the issue of weekend cover so that appropriate decisions can be taken.