How do you measure rekindled imaginations - hope grown in a heap of ashes?
Camila Batmanghelidjh and Mr Yentob, the chairman of trustees and BBC creative director, were questioned by MPs
The children's charity's former chair says the way Kids Company has been treated is 'disgraceful'
Where are you now and what can you see?
This, the first British swimmer to win two Olympic gold medals in 100 years, is the ever-smiling face of the athletes who will, we're confident, make us all proud at London 2012.
A fabled beauty comes to town
These coruscating essays benefit from 20 years of deep thinking about race and racism, identity and Englishness...and Luther Vandross
The disorder of recent days has provoked a torrent of pontificating from the nation's opinion formers. Here is a sample from across the political spectrum
Rules and boundaries. White lies and love. Our guide to raising female teens
The schoolboy's murder 10 years ago this week sparked a national outcry and a new approach to teenage crime. Now experts warn government cuts could destroy any progress they are making
Horrific behaviour is often triggered by spiral of violence and neglect that goes back generations, says study
Magazine editors select figures 'inspirational' to their female readers
Can Simon Cowell do no right? The squillionaire music magnate recently organised the recording of a star-studded charity single to raise money for Haiti at the behest of Gordon Brown, though the move has failed to win over everyone within the charity world.
Just off Coldharbour Lane in south London's Lambeth neighborhood, a group of men stand around at the mouth of an alley, close to a 10-foot-high steel gate being manned by three people.
288,000 people stopped and searched in London in past year; More than 10,000 arrests at a rate of one every 51 minutes; 5,400 knives seized, 30 per cent fall in serious stabbing injuries
'Having bongoed for two hours, I said to her that there must be an easier way to help'