THEY say curiosity killed the cat - but in this case the cat's curiosity almost killed the camera. Roan Ravenhill, 26, a ranger at the MalaMala Game Reserve in South Africa, mounted a GoPro on a wooden stand and waited for the leopard and her 10-month-old cub to come and investigate. Despite the leopards' attentions, the camera survived intact - leaving behind beautiful footage of the pair playing and exploring.
Footage: Roan Clive Ravanhill, Producer: Tom Midlane, Editor: Joshua Douglas.
World football freestyle champion shows us his best tricks
Andrew Henderson shows off his skills, first with a ball and then with items from his weekly shop!
For more information on the ‘Nivea for Men’s Great Football Experiment’, go to their website.
Myleene Klass welcomes the world to Heathrow with a unique performance
Passengers arriving into Heathrow today will be given an Olympic welcome to remember, with a live rendition of Vangelis’ ‘Chariots of Fire’ performed by classical pianist Myleene Klass.
Ms Klass will play a special arrangement of the soundtrack from the Oscar-winning film about two British sprinters competing in the 1924 Paris Olympics. More than 100,000 passengers will arrive at Heathrow today, with those coming through Terminal 5 treated to the rendition from a concert grand piano.
Behind the Scenes footage of Manchester United's training ground
This footage from Carrington, Manchester United's training ground, shows members of the backroom team including Rene Meulensteen, First Team Coach; Albert Morgan, Kit Manager; and Mike Donnelly, Chef Manager preparing to travel and talking through why pre-season tours are so important.