It's so easy for us all to see that lovely old couple who live next door as an institution in our neighborhood, but do you really know what they went through to get here?
Introducing to the Wojtaks, an elderly Polish couple with an amazing story to tell. The partnership of Szcepan and Helena has endured through the years and they are totally adorable to watch, but wait until you hear their story.
Doctor Who's 50th schedule announced
The BBC announces its schedule of programmes marking the 50th anniversary of the first-ever Doctor Who, including a 75-minute special episode called The Day of the Doctor.
'Climate change' killed off mammoths
Researchers have found the strongest evidence yet that climate change rather than humans was the main factor that drove the woolly mammoth to extinction.
Cameron outlines UN Syria resolution
David Cameron says the UK, France and the US are tabling a UN resolution on Syria designed to ensure a plan to hand over chemical weapons is "not a ruse".
Gove 'insulted' food-bank users
Opposition MPs accuse Education Secretary Michael Gove of "insulting" people who use food banks by saying they are responsible for their plight.
A&E cash linked to staff flu jabs
Hospitals in England will have to get most of their staff vaccinated against flu if they want access to the A&E bailout fund in the future.
Baby weaning foods found 'lacking'
Baby foods in the UK fail to meet infants' dietary weaning needs because they are mostly sweet foods providing little extra nutritional goodness over breast milk, researchers claim.
Apple reveals two new iPhone models
Apple unveils two iPhone at an event in California - the top-end 5S with a fingerprint sensor and a cheaper 5C which comes with a plastic back.
Shakeup for Dow Jones share index
One of the world's best known market barometers, the Dow Jones industrial average is getting a revamp with three firms set to leave.
Nigel Evans quits amid sex charges
Conservative MP Nigel Evans resigns as Commons Deputy Speaker, after being charged with offences including sexual assault, indecent assault and rape.
North's campuses 'top for nightlife'
Students seeking an active nightlife from their university days should head to the north of England or Scotland, while those wanting an active political scene may fare better in London and the south-east, a survey suggests.
NI banking practices under scrutiny
A wide-ranging inquiry into banks in Northern Ireland is due to begin at Westminster, with the future of the troubled Ulster Bank one of the key areas of investigation.