Wilfrid Fox Napier, The Catholic Archbishop of Durban

South African cardinal who said paedophilia is 'not a criminal condition' apologises for offence

Cardinal Napier was among the conclave which elected the new Pope Francis

The paedophile - sick or criminal?

Last week the Catholic Archbishop of Durban claimed that paedophilia was a psychological ‘illness, not a criminal condition’

Wilfrid Fox Napier, The Catholic Archbishop of Durban

Paedophilia 'not a criminal condition', says leading Catholic

South Africa's top Catholic says people abused as children not criminally responsible if they abuse others in adulthood

Classical: The sound of the underground

Steinway & Sons' London showroom has long been a mecca for piano virtuosos. Now its previously hidden rehearsal rooms and workshops are being opened for a unique immersive experience. The Memory Of WT Stead has been devised by London-based artists Christer Lundahl and Martina Steitl and pianist Cassie Yukawa, who will play György Ligeti's Etude No. 16, Pour Irina and Bach's Fugue In A Minor for six visitors at a time.

Harley Davidsons or curly fries?

Like curly fries? You’re clever. Like motorbikes? You’re not: the science of Facebook 'likes'

New study reveals how Facebook “likes” say a lot more about a person than you first think

DIEGO LOPEZ: Fumbled Van Persie’s first half shot, and United ought to have peppered him more. One good save from Welbeck. 6/10

Diego Lopez celebrates 'fantastic week' for Real Madrid

Jose Mourinho's side have beaten Manchester United in the Champions League as well as overcoming Barcelona twice

Walking while I work has been a big step forward

Yes, the head of an august science institution and senior BBC science journalist have almost fallen off it. Yes, it does tend to raise eyebrows when people see it in my office. But it is gratifying to hear that my treadmill desk is not only helping me to keep trim but also reducing my risk of diabetes.

Editorial: All aboard for the Red Planet...

Not content with being the world’s first space tourist, multi-millionaire Dennis Tito now has even bigger ambitions – namely to launch the first ever manned mission to Mars. If all goes according to plan, in January 2018 two people will clamber into a pod the size of a small bathroom and set off for a 501-day round-trip into science fiction.

IVF treatment: Baby steps in the right direction

Now women up to the age of 42 will have the option of free IVF treatment on the NHS. There are risks to such late conception, but the raised age limit is surely a good thing

How To Be Beautiful: It's all in the texture

No matter the style, it's the texture of your hair that ultimately sets the tone. A sleek bob means business, but the same cut artlessly ruffled up is more likely to suggest bed.

Clare Balding is undoubtedly a good thing, but are we in danger of having too much of her?

Out, proud and excellent at her job: Clare Balding's brilliance may just be enough to overcome the tradition of the Great British backlash

In the old days we had tupperware parties, now we have botox parties

Maybe we should leave it to the qualified professionals?

Andy Murray in the Australian Open final

Floating feather and a backhand miss will haunt Andy Murray

British number one beaten by Novak Djokovic is Australian Open final

I wanna eat you all up! Why pictures of cute animals could make us feel violent

Researchers claim to have found a link between cuteness and aggression

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French connection: After 1,300 years, there’s a bridge to Mont Saint-Michel

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David Abraham: Big ideas for the small screen

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Horst P Horst comes to the V&A

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Tim Howard: I’m an old dog. I don’t get too excited

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