Dave Berry is to take over from Johnny Vaughan as host of the Capital FM breakfast show in London.
With the first Classic races of the year just over a month away, honesty was the policy on the Newmarket gallops yesterday as two of the town's trainers issued warnings over the participation of high-profile Qipco Guineas candidates. For David Simcock, dry underfoot conditions are a concern for the colt Dream Ahead; for Sir Mark Prescott, the very well-being of the filly Hooray is proving vexatious.
The uninspiring choice of movies on television leaves Ben Walsh yearning for the indie treats of the Eighties
This night of circularities and historical echoes was calculated to remind everyone why they loved the Manics in the first place