The rebellious Victorian artist behind some of the world's most revered stained glass was forgotten after she swapped motor biking and smoking to become a nun, an exhibition reveals.
Aston Villa fine Jack Grealish following a club investigation into the winger's part in an all-night party at a Birmingham hotel.
Boreham Wood show great determination to chisel out a draw at 1-1 draw at Solihull Moors.
The Right Reverend Dr Michael Ipgrave is installed as the new bishop of Lichfield.
Live coverage of Saturday's League One game between Peterborough United and Walsall.
A total of 132 police officers and staff have not assisted the Independent Police Complaints Commission's investigation into the Hillsborough disaster, it says.
A custody sergeant who admitting hitting a prisoner 12 times is cleared of assault by a jury.
Derbyshire's Wayne Madsen makes a century and Harvey Hosein hits 59 but Worcestershire win by nine wickets.
More than 1,000 spectators are expected to attend a bare knuckle boxing title fight.
Warwickshire win to ensure safety from relegation in the Championship after beating Lancashire, who remain in danger.
MG announces it is to stop making cars at its Longbridge plant and will be moving production to China - ending manufacturing in the UK.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Aston Villa and Newcastle United (17:30 BST).
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Premier League game between Stoke City and West Bromwich Albion.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Wolves and Brentford.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Queens Park Rangers and Birmingham City.
Rangers striker Kenny Miller is arrested in connection with an alleged disturbance at a restaurant, hours after his team lost 5-1 to Celtic.
A family that ran a global drugs operation from a luxury villa in Spain is sentenced.
Former Aston Villa striker Stan Collymore says young footballers are "milked like a cow" and are not given enough help off the pitch.
Former England captain Michael Vaughan disputes claims made by Jonathan Trott that he had a "conflict of interest".
A police custody sergeant says he struck a detainee 12 times about the head and face because it was the only way to ensure his own safety.