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Last night's Horizon (BBC2) pitted the two best food types against each other in "Sugar vs Fat", a battle which – as I flounce towards a chubby middle age – I'm calling as a score draw. They're both brilliant.

Last Night's Viewing: Bees, Butterflies and Blooms, BBC2<br />My Life: Home Grown Boys, BBC1

"I'm on a campaign to wake people up," said Sarah Raven at the beginning of Bees, Butterflies and Blooms. She was on a mission, she explained, to prevent "a quiet catastrophe", namely the declining numbers of bees and pollinators in the ecosystem, a decline that might eventually have a direct impact on our ability to feed ourselves. It all sounded quite serious to me, entirely justifying her use of the word "crisis" at the very top of the programme. And it was at that point that I wondered whether Raven had really chosen the best title for her series. Bees, Butterflies and Blooms sounds like the title of a parish calendar, a bucolically cosy affair that sounds as if decoration is its highest goal. Looking at it in the schedules, you could easily dismiss it as a bit of natural history infill, designed to plug a gap in the mixed planting of the schedule's municipal flowerbed. It should really have been called "Don't You Get It You Fools, All the Bees Are Dying!"

Andy Schleck (left) pictured with Contador during the 2010 Tour de France

Cycling: Andy Schleck not revelling in Tour de France 'victory'

Andy Schleck refused to revel in his elevation to 2010 Tour de France champion following the Court of Arbitration's decision to strip Alberto Contador of the crown.

Cycling: Contador handed two-year doping ban

Alberto Contador was today banned for two years by the Court of Arbitration for Sport and stripped of his 2010 Tour de France victory following his positive test for clenbuterol.

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How To Be Beautiful: Cleansing with oils

The way we do our hair or make-up alters regularly, but it's unlikely that the stuff in our make-up bag mutates so conspicuously. Cosmetic colours vary, formulas improve, but – generically speaking – the products themselves remain the same.

Kellogg's will be adding vitamin D to every one of its children's breakfast cereals

Should we be fortifying foods with nutrients?

Scientists say fortifying foods with nutrients could help save lives, while critics say it's mass medication and unethical. Meg Carter hears the arguments.

Martin Gleeson, the Hull centre, was banned for three years in May last year by anti-doping officials

More Hull players admit to taking banned substance

Three former Hull players have admitted taking the same illegal substance that led to Martin Gleeson being given a three-year ban by the UK anti-doping authority.

A quarter of UK toddlers are lacking Vitamin D

A quarter of all toddlers in the UK are lacking Vitamin D, according to research.

Woman who killed son is jailed for life

A woman who murdered her toddler son and concealed his body was today jailed for life and told she must serve a minimum of 15 years.

Harriet Walker: I've ended up living like a deposed Royal

My life so far in a plaster cast reminds me of Sue Townsend's brilliant The Queen and I, a superb work of comic genius in which the Royal family are booted out of Buckingham Palace to live on a council estate by the newly elected Republican party.

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Jamie Oliver campaigned for better school meals six years ago

Oliver slams Gove for junking healthy school dinners

Flagship academy schools to be exempt from nutritional rules set up after chef's campaign

Somalia: Famine risk recedes as aid gets through

Conditions for those affected by famine in Somalia have improved dramatically and unexpectedly in recent weeks, with the number of people now at imminent risk of starvation falling by two-thirds, according to the UN.

Islamists hit famine relief

Famine has eased in some parts of southern Somalia, but an Islamist insurgency continues to disrupt aid to a quarter of a million people in danger of starvation, the United Nations says.

Energy drinks: simply fuel &ndash; or a flavour sensation?

The potent pick-me-ups are now worth &#163;1bn and young people can't seem to get enough
Him & Her: the anti-Gavin & Stacey

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The lazy lovebirds of Him & Her are back. Gerard Gilbert on the anti-Gavin & Stacey

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