Or it will be if you don't book now for the best events of this festive season – from Pamela Anderson to Maurice Sendak, via indie rock-outs and old-school panto
TV host Paul O'Grady is mourning the death of his faithful sidekick, Buster.
Former Baywatch star Pamela Anderson will make her pantomime debut in a production of Aladdin this Christmas.
Marcus the lamb, who was hand-reared by children at a Kent primary school, is dead. The school's headteacher defied protests by a small number of parents, backed by animal rights groups and animal lovers, and yesterday stuck to a decision to have Marcus slaughtered. His carcass will be auctioned to pay for more farm animals.
Tom Chambers wins 'Strictly' but the big question is left unanswered
Paul O'Grady has recovered after being attacked by a 2ft adder, his spokeswoman said today.
It's a funny year in which the most successful showbusiness biography, the funniest, cleverest and most insightful, the one that says the most about the art of memoir-writing and the human condition, is the one that was written by a chimp. It is also a curious state of affairs when a highly paid television presenter, as if to promote his new book called Why Do I Say These Things?, says something so stupid and utterly crass that he nearly loses his squillion-dollar job.
Cilla Black is making her return to TV with a new dating show, it was revealed today.