Shire horses being prepared for the show ring in torrential rain. The show takes place every year at the foot of the Malvern Hills.
Sarah Hewitt-Clarkson, head teacher at Anderton Park School in Birmingham, who has been vilified by some parents for teaching LGBT equality.
Artist Kate Rees paints in a glass box she designed for one of the show gardens
Rattle conducts Beethoven’s Ninth with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
Former surgeon George Watts, who, at 96, has had a cataract operation. He can now take up his love of painting again.
Actors John Kani and Antony Sher at the Swan Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon. They are appearing in the play Kunene And The King, which tackles the legacy of apartheid.
Mensa member Brian Ashby keeps his memory sharp by memorising the order of an entire deck of cards
Naz Burrows at the Nottingham School of Boxing. Naz has turned his life around after spending time in jail.
The reservoir, Europe’s largest constructed lake, took five years to build and five years to fill, opening in 1976.
A contestant wears a hydrotherapy mask while preparing for the contest.
On his release from jail he found his area of Handsworth in Birmingham to be “out of control”. “I thought, ‘these kids are trying to be like me. Basically, I started all of this,’ so I wanted to try and rectify my mistakes and steer kids away from the same path that I went down.”