DJ Pete Tong says BBC Radio 1's first Prom, a musical homage to Ibiza, will reach out to different audiences and help "keep the proms alive".
The week's big numbers, visualised
Nicola Sturgeon has written to David Cameron seeking urgent assurances that the UK's intelligence agencies are not spying on MSPs.
Australians are officially the world's biggest gamblers with "pokies", or slot machines, a particular problem, writes the BBC's Jon Donnison in Sydney.
Somali forces backed by African Union troops retake another key stronghold from Islamist militants al-Shabab as part of a renewed offensive.
BBC Pop Up, currently in Kenya, spoke to residents of Nairobi about their reaction to Mr Obama's remarks on gay rights.
An album of "lost" songs by Monkees star Micky Dolenz is released after fans track down the master tapes.
One child's verdict on teachers' must-reads
Mining companies Anglo American and Lonmin have announced plans to cut tens of thousands of jobs in the wake of commodity price falls.
A Russian nationalist leader is sentenced to to life in jail for his role in hate crimes, including the murder of a prominent human rights lawyer.
A refinery lab technician who set fire to a hotel after her boyfriend dumped her is jailed for 32 months.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger dismisses claims he has the financial backing to break the club's transfer record.
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world taken over the past week.
US President Obama tells the BBC he will continue to deliver his "blunt message" about gay rights and discrimination on his trip to Kenya and Ethiopia.
Why would Russia send heavy warplanes to Crimea?
Fabian Delph's Manchester City debut ends with a suspected hamstring injury 18 minutes into a 4-1 defeat by Real Madrid.
An expert witness tells the Glasgow bin lorry crash, which killed six people, that he could reach the handbrake from the rear crew seats.
A vicar who went on the run as he was convicted of pocketing £24,000 of fees intended for weddings and funerals is believed to have fled to Europe.
The father of a County Antrim man found dead in Ibiza wants answers after allegations were made that his son was beaten by Spanish police.
The owners of caravan park, which shut after its planning permission was pulled, lose a £100,000 compensation claim against their barrister.