Norman Cornish: Up there with Rembrandt, Degas and Toulouse-Lautrec
As the County Durham miner turned painter gets his first major retrospective, Professor Jean Brown tells our arts correspondent Rebecca Jones that he should be seen as one of the world's greatest artists.
(Image: The Crowded Bar. Credit: Norman Cornish)
Monday's business with Dominic O'Connell
Party leaders to set out their stall at the CBI conference
(Image: Carolyn Fairbairn, Director-General of the CBI. Credit: Reuters)
John McDonnell: Labour will nationalise part of BT - but that's the limit
Shadow chancellor says the party would take Openreach into public ownership to bring everyone free and fast broadband... but insists he won't announce plans to nationalise anything else.
(Image: John McDonnell Credit: Oli Scarf/AFP)
Friday's business with Dharshini David
With an election looming, the UK's political parties have different plans for broadband. What are they? Plus, the markets and the minimum wage. (Photo: Getty Images)
Troy at the British Museum
The legend of Troy has entranced people for generations. A new exhibition at the British Museum explores the mythology and archaeology of the Trojan War, and the story's place in popular culture. Co-curator of the exhibition Lesley Fitton, and historian Michael Wood gave Martha Kearney a preview.
(Image: The Troy Exhibition at the British Museum, credit: BBC)