Did animal rights activists beat dog to death and leave its body on hunt master's drive Lee Peters was fined last year for racially abusing an anti-hunt protester Corpse dumped near a vandalised car with symbol from animal rights group By Paul Bentley PUBLISHED: 11:29 GMT, 24 March 2013 | UPDATED: 22:00 GMT, 24 March 2013 The dog was found dead on the driveway of Ross Harriers hunt master Lee Peters, pictured last year A huntmaster's dog was battered to death and dumped on his driveway in what may have been an attack by animal rights activists. Lee Peters, who was last year fined for racially abusing an anti-hunt protester, is said to be mortified after finding his pet. The corpse had been dumped near a vandalised car inscribed with a symbol for an animal rights group
World gets a taste for the Great British Bake Off: Programme is commissioned in eleven countries including U.S. and Australia By Laura Cox PUBLISHED: 00:53 GMT, 4 February 2013 | UPDATED: 08:05 GMT, 4 February 2013 Chewing over the challenges of ‘soggy bottoms’ and ‘crumb structure’, The Great British Bake Off was originally considered to be a niche TV show. But it soon became must-see viewing for much of the nation – and now the BBC2 hit is conquering the rest of the world as well
The 1,000-year-old wooden bridges that keep modern China moving: Stunning timber structures have withstood test of timeRemarkable images of bridges built nearly 1,000 years ago and still in useThe wooden bridges in south east China have been listed as cultural relicsKnowledge and skills been passed on down the years to maintain them | UPDATED: 18:21 GMT, 27 December 2012 Still standing and still in every-day use – the arched wooden bridges built in China nearly 1,000 years ago demonstrate the true skill of the master craftsmen who first constructed them. These stunning structures show how not every part of China has been altered by its remarkable rate of development.
Now that's Etch-A-Sketch art: Incredible portraits of famous faces drawn with one continuous lineSelf-taught French artist Pierre Emmanuel Godet has gone back to basics by drawing his portraits with a single line | UPDATED: 23:40 GMT, 23 December 2012 It's often said that simplicity is a lost art and it seems this artist has taken the motto to heart. Self-taught French artist Pierre Emmanuel Godet has attempted to make his work as basic as possible by painstakingly drawing famous faces from across the decades with just one single continuous line
Three-month-old baby overheated and suffocated next to radiator after becoming wedged in gap between bed and wallTilly Fitzpatrick had been left on her mother's bed Her mother's boyfriend fell asleep in the loungeInquest into her death continues in London | UPDATED: 18:08 GMT, 4 December 2012 A baby suffocated to death in a gap between her bed and a radiator, an inquest has heard. Tilly Fitzpatrick was three months old when she got stuck and over-heated in her bedroom in Chelsea, south west London, last September.