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The TV chef said she did not 'pity' herself after the fraud trial of her and her ex-husband's former personal assistants

Josh Lewsey's Everest diary: A simple bimble

England rugby star Josh Lewsey is undertaking the ultimate challenge in attempting to summit Mount Everest in aid of Help for Heroes. He'll be writing an exclusive diary during the expedition which you can keep up to date with here at The Independent.

Nicollette Sheridan sues Desperate Housewives producer

Nicollette Sheridan, the actress who played a divorced estate agent in ABC's TV series Desperate Housewives, has filed a lawsuit against the show's creator and producer alleging assault and wrongful termination.

Leaked 'Lost' episode spurs surprising fan reaction

The first hour of the final season of ABC's "Lost" has leaked online, and the reaction is not what industry insiders expected.

Ugly Betty gets the axe

It's ugly news for all the fans of Ugly Betty. ABC says the series will be cancelled after this season.

US viewers furious over Idol star's S&M show

Broadcasting organisations were flooded with complaints about an S&M-themed performance by a reality show star at the American Music Awards, which included him kissing a male keyboard player.

Radio stunt backfires with teen's rape admission

A Sydney radio station breakfast show is under fire for a lie detector stunt which ended with a 14-year-old girl admitting that she had been raped.

Mike Tyson's daughter 'critical after mishap'

Former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson's four-year-old daughter is in critical condition after she was found with a cord around her neck following an accident, according to media reports yesterday.

Lust: TV star accused of sexual harassment

The television saga <i>Lost</i> is spawning a saga of its own in the courts as one of its top stars is accused of sexual harassment, reports Richard Osley

ABC, Royal Albert Hall, London

Yes, we get the gold lamé suit, but only at the end of a glorious night that has placed one of the Eighties' most perfectly constructed albums back near the top of the pop pantheon.

ABC, Royal Albert Hall, London<br/>The Prodigy, Cardiff International Arena, Cardiff

Martin Fry's 1982 tale of heartbreak is performed in its entirety &ndash; and has lost none of its power

West's failure over climate change 'will kill 182m Africans'

The poorest people in the world will be the chief victims of the West's failure to tackle global warning, with millions of Africans forecast to die by the end of the century, Christian Aid says in a report out today.

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