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Carol Vorderman and Sally Lindsay are joining the panel of 'Loose Women'.
July sees the publication of one of the most highly anticipated fashion books of recent years – Hussein Chalayan by the designer himself. With contributions from some of his closest friends and collaborators, this stunning tome delves into the process and mind of one of modern fashion's most eloquent but elusive designers. The creator of coffee-tables-cum-skirts and animatronic dresses that shift woozily from one shape to another has delighted fans for years. Now's your chance to find out more... Published by Rizzoli, priced £55
After dipping a tentative toe yesterday into the "Arse-Gate" furore that erupted following game old girl Carol Vorderman's surprise triumph at the Rear of the Year awards this week, I had hoped that the matter would now be closed.
The Cambridge graduate explains her passion for the discipline that unlocks the secrets of our world
Burnley footballer Clarke Carlisle made a victorious debut as he became the first Premier League player to appear on TV's Countdown - but said nothing could be a substitute for the thrill of his day job.
Television presenter Carol Vorderman has backed a campaign to stop a 400,000-volt overhead power line being put up near her countryside home.
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Marcus du Sautoy is Britain's most charismatic mathematician. He can make calculations in nine different dimensions. But that's the easy part.
The comedian Alexander Armstrong is set to give a 'leftfield' edge to the long-running Channel 4 quiz show
The presenter has resigned, and Channel 4 is looking for areplacement. Katy Guest puts prospective candidates to the test
Alan Carr has signed an exclusive deal with Channel 4 that is thought to be worth nearly £3m over two years, after the broadcaster fought off feverish interest from the BBC and ITV.
Carol Vorderman announced last night she is to step down from Countdown, after 26 years as a presenter on the Channel 4 programme.