News Dave Lee Travis arrives at Southwark Crown Court in London on Wednesday for the second day of his trial.

A radio announcer has told the court in the trial of DJ Dave Lee Travis that she was in a “panic” after he allegedly grabbed her breasts when she was speaking live on air.

The brothers, known for their catchphrase “To me, to you”, will sit it on lunchtime news conferences at Northern Echo

The Chuckle Brothers to guest edit regional newspaper the Northern Echo

The brothers, known for their catchphrase “To me, to you”, will sit it on lunchtime news conferences at Northern Echo

David Moyes trudges off after defeat

'Oh no he didn't!' - David Moyes cancels Manchester United Christmas pantomime

United boss cancels panto in favour of speech

A scene from 'Aladdin and the Twankeys' at Theatre Royal, York
There is nothing like a dame: 'Puss in Boots' at The Hackney Empire

Has the Christmas pantomime had its day?

Oh no it hasn't! Despite cross-dressing dames getting a drubbing this week, pantomime is going strong, with rap, rock'n'roll and rudeness all playing their part

'Arrogant' racing pundit John McCririck’s age had no bearing on his firing

Employment tribunal ruled his 'pantomime persona' did not appeal to a wide audience

Richard Hammond: He builds planets

The Weekend’s Viewing: Richard Hammond Builds a Planet, BBC1 // Atlantis, BBC1

Certain parts of this CGI-heavy show seemed to have been organised more for Hammond's enjoyment than the viewers'

Former Radley college scholar Donald Payne stars in A Very English Education

The Weekend’s Viewing: There were no real tragic outcomes here, but there were several unexpected ones

A Very English Education, Sun, BBC2 // Boardwalk Empire, Sat, Sky Atlantic

The Weekend’s Viewing: Toast of London's 'sit' was traditional, but the 'com' definitely wasn’t

Toast of London, Channel 4 // Inspector Montalbano, BBC4

Michael Buerk presents Inside the National Trust

The Weekend’s Viewing: Living the dream (the National Trust way)

Inside the National Trust, Sun, ITV / Celebrity Wedding Planner, Fri, Channel 5

John McCririck claims he lost his job with broadcaster purely based on his age

Channel 4 boss Jay Hunt labelled 'serial age discrimination offender' by racing pundit John McCririck during employment tribunal

73-year-old claims he lost his job with broadcaster purely based on his age

Racing pundit John McCririck arrives at Victory House for his employment tribunal hearing

'There's nobody better around': Racing pundit John McCririck tackles Channel 4 over age discrimination

73-year-old claims he lost his job with broadcaster purely based on his age

Stuart Broad kisses the urn

The Ashes: Stuart Broad rubbishes Darren Lehmann claims - and says England could have won series 5-0

The Australia coach suggested the tourists could have won a couple of Tests

Peter Whittingham equalised for Cardiff, with the despair of the Hull players clearly visible

Hull 1 Cardiff 1 match report: Steve Bruce bemoans misses after Danny Graham spurns two

Relegation candidates share the points at the KC Stadium

Book review: The Bone Season, By Samantha Shannon

For all its ingenuity and imagination, the first episode in a magical series lacks the human touch

Bridget Christie

Can we now stop asking if women are as funny as men?

Bridget Christie won this year's Foster's Comedy Award at the Edinburgh Fringe

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How to make your own Easter egg

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