Film and television producer Louis Paltnoi has made features for BBC, Channel 4 and Sky. Now he is lending his services to a more charitable cause. Mr Paltnoi, the 37-year-old co-founder of Inspired Films, has created two promotional videos and adverts - one features a voice over by Absolutely Fabulous star Joanna Lumley - for Just a Drop.
Mixed martial-arts expert Richard Baskin is particularly excited about tonight's Red Nose Day Comic Relief show on BBC One. He might be on it.
The 22-year-old is the founder of the Fuzion Mixed Martial Arts Project, set up earlier this year following a £7,500 grant from Sports Relief, part of the famous fundraiser Comic Relief, which supports underprivileged people in the UK and abroad.
Teenagers Ariella Midgen and Danielle Hill have been selected to play for Scotland's under-19 lacrosse team.
Glasgow-born Danielle (left), 18, and team-mate Ariella, 16, whose mother is Glaswegian, will compete in their first major tournament this weekend - the under-19 Home Internationals. Then there are the World Championships in Germany in August, plus a ten-day tour in the United States.
More people will be driving electric vehicles than petrol-fuelled ones by 2020, says Shai Agassi.
The high-profile Israeli entrepreneur is the founder of Better Place, the pioneering start-up that is making significant headway in promoting the mass adoption of electric cars through a network of charging stations and battery-swapping facilities.
What do novelist Bernard Kops and Yiddish actress Anna Tzelniker - best known for playing Yente, the matchmaker in Fiddler On the Roof - have in common? They both grew up in the East End of London and have contributed to a new documentary about the area.