Who has left luxury behind to face the bushtucker trials down-under?
Bob Geldof is going into space as a passenger on a commercial flight.
US West Coast’s entrepreneurs to use 11-hour flight from San Francisco to London to brainstorm ideas for making the world a safer place
Peaches Geldof said she never planned the "crazy synchronicity" that saw her son born on her late mother's birthday on 24 April.
Peaches Geldof once dated a transsexual.
Geldof has, it seems, found a novel way of composing songs which may or may not be popular or sell well: imitate other people's.
Bob Geldof doesn't think he will sell any copies of his new album.
Heavyweight concert promoter Harvey Goldsmith has already had one good reason to be displeased by the BBC this year. He and Bob Geldof got a formal apology from the Corporation, after a World Service programme suggested the cash raised for Africa by Band Aid had helped to fund weapons rather than charity.
Chris Atkins tells Paul Bignell of his disciples' desire to continue planting fake stories
Midge Ure: Co-wrote the 1984 Band Aid single Do They Know It's Christmas? and helped to organise Live Aid
Furious Band Aid founder calls for director of World Service to be dismissed
Stung by BBC allegations that Live Aid money was spent on weapons, Meles Zenawi tells Paul Vallely that the report is based on lies
Twenty-five years after Band Aid, Bob Geldof went back to Africa to see how millions of lives have been transformed. Paul Vallely reports
Paul Vallely watches the rock star receive a hero's welcome in the country whose suffering inspired the next chapter in his life
Ethiopia's leaders won't admit it, but famine has returned to East Africa. Andrew Johnson reports
The daughter of Bob Geldof and Paula Yates is cutting a swathe through the London social scene. But is her hectic lifestyle taking its toll?