Ahead of the soap's anniversary, Newsbeat looks back at the plots that drew praise and controversy.
The BBC will broadcast the 2022 Commonwealth Games as the decision to have more women's than men's medal events is described as "phenomenal".
The British and Irish Lions will play Japan at Murrayfield on Saturday 26 June as a warm-up for their three-Test tour of South Africa.
The government borrowed £36bn in September, the third-highest in any month since records began.
The inflation rate increased to 0.5% in September after the discount meals scheme ended, figures show.
The US president, who sparked a trade war with Beijing, is critical of US firms doing business in China.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday morning.
Four years in the making, Britain's new £200m polar ship is leaving the builder's yard for testing.
Jamal Musiala is a rising star for Bayern Munich after swapping Chelsea for the European champions and his talent is catching the eyes of both England and Germany.
Relive the best tries of the 2020 Six Nations so far, before the tournament resumes on Saturday after a seven-month hiatus.
France's leader calls his Russian counterpart after the beheading of a teacher by a Russian-born man.
Lord Sedwill, former civil service head, talks to the BBC about coronavirus, Dominic Cummings and Donald Trump.
A study suggests old age increases the risk, as does asthma, excess weight, and being female.
The health secretary says the £60m offer "remains on the table", despite local leaders rejecting it.
From being seen as angry to questions around motherhood - are women in politics treated differently?
The broadcaster pays tribute to the "heroic" contribution animals make to our lives.
Lipoedema is a condition which can cause fat to build up in your legs and arms.
Joseph and Eve, who have been married for 60 years, were separated due to Covid restrictions.
Officials say an immunisation programme using CoronaVac could begin as soon as January 2021.
Sadiq Khan says Londoners face a "triple whammy" of higher costs in the government's rescue plan.