Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead: BBC dilemma over playing song after Margaret Thatcher dies

BBC dilemma over playing Ding Dong The Witch is Dead on radio as Thatcher protest campaign sends single surging up the charts Judy Garland's 1939 version is now at number 10Expected to climb higher as a result of a Facebook campaign set up Comes after violent 'death parties' celebrate Baroness Thatcher's passing By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 01:10 GMT, 10 April 2013 | UPDATED: 08:58 GMT, 11 April 2013 The BBC is facing a difficult decision about whether it should play a Wizard Of Oz track which has had a surge of popularity in the wake of Baroness Thatcher's death.

Apple expected to launch ANOTHER generation iPad in March 2013

Apple expected to launch ANOTHER generation iPad in March 2013 | UPDATED: 19:24 GMT, 24 December 2012 The iPad Mini is still fresh off the manufacturer's table and yet reports of a new iPad are already circulating on Japanese tech blog Macotakara. Rumor has it Apple plans to launch a fifth generation tablet in March, in keeping with its yearly Spring releases of previous models

Underground art scene: Posters from each decade to be showcased in celebration of 150 years of the Tube

Underground art scene: Exhibition to celebrate 150 years of the Tube will feature incredible posters from each decade since 1908 Poster Art 150 will feature wall art seen in Underground stations from each decade since the early 1900sThe exhibition is the first of its type since 1963 and shows the changing art styles of the last 100 yearsThe 150 were chosen by a panel of experts from more than 3,000 in the London Transport Museum vault | UPDATED: 19:46 GMT, 24 December 2012 A new exhibition will showcase the iconic poster art that has adorned the walls of the London Underground for more than a century. Poster Art 150 – London Underground's Greatest Designs is being held at the London Transport Museum to commemorate the Tube's 150th anniversary.

The astonishing pictures that reveal the moon"s battered past

The incredible images that reveal the full extent of the moon's battered past Nasa says images show lunar surface is 'far more broken up' than previously thoughtGravity maps were produced by twin Nasa spacecraft | UPDATED: 19:59 GMT, 5 December 2012 The moon took quite a beating in its early days, more than previously believed, scientists reported Wednesday. This surprising new view of the moon comes from detailed gravity mapping by twin NASA spacecraft, which slipped into orbit around the celestial body earlier this year to peer into the interior. Researchers have long known that the moon and rocky planets – including the Earth – suffered heavy bombardment from asteroids and comets during their formative years billions of years ago