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Real Life How gymnastics is being used to teach maths in schools thanks to National Lottery funding

More than 1000 youngsters a week are having gym sessions thanks to National Lottery funding through The People’s Projects More

Real Life Who is Gianni Versace's sister Tina? How she died of peritonitis and the family the fashion icon left behind

Gianni Versace was murdered by serial killer Andrew Cunanan but there are other family tragedies in the fashion designer's family. More

Real Life Where is Allegra Versace now? How she inherited her murdered uncle Gianni's multi-million fashion empire and battled anorexia

Allegra Versace was just 11 when her uncle was shot dead - in his will he left her his share of the fashion empire he had built, but it hasn't brought her happiness More

Real Life When did Gianni Versace die and who killed him? The true story of serial killer Andrew Cunanan and how he was finally caught

The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story on BBC2 follows the events surrounding the death of the legendary fashion designer in the summer of 1997 More

Real Life How armed forces veterans transformed life of bullied autistic boy who looked set to go to prison

Heroes helping troubled youngsters thanks to National Lottery funding through The People’s Projects More

Real Life Mum-of-two whose nose completely rotted away has life-changing prosthetic attached using MAGNETS screwed into her skull

Jayne Hardman had her nose removed in November last year after developing a type of vasculitis, she first noticed when she was headbutted by her dog More

Real Life Loyal dog leads rescuers to girl, 3, missing in woodland for entire night

Max, a 17-year-old pooch who's hard of sight and hearing, stayed at the little girl's side for 15 hours More

Real Life Brave girl's kiss for dying mum days before she lost cancer battle three years after dad died - leaving her orphaned aged 8

Vicky Fenn, 38, was diagnosed with terminal cancer just a year after losing her partner, leaving their daughter Roxy with the heartbreak of growing up without her parents More

Real Life 'Dementia won't stop me running the London Marathon' - Woman, 62, wants to prove the illness doesn't need to be a life sentence

Today, more than 40,000 runners have taken to the streets of the capital for one of the world’s most iconic marathons. Despite having early onset vascular dementia, Sue Strachen, 62, will be... More