And that man Godfrey Bloom protested that women were sometimes given preferential treatment in the workplace
Infamous, Palace Theatre, London
One in five students are turning to gambling as a way to make money at university, while one in four would consider selling their body to medical trials or the adult entertainment industry.
I'm not quite sure how I missed Radio 4's Wireless Nights the first time around. This is the late-night, awards-strewn show in which the Pulp frontman-turned-national treasure Jarvis Cocker reveals the peculiar stuff that British people get up to under cover of darkness. (Oh, stop it, not that).
Britain's oldest casino has refused to pay out £7.3m to a world-beating poker star and has launched a probe into how he took on the house at a skill-free game of chance, and won.
It is all about the dude within.
Nottingham fighter can gain wider recognition after his superb title triumph over highly rated Bute
Texan renowned for his outrageous bets and who reinvigorated a sport has died aged 83
Jockey plays a waiting game on enigmatic chaser and comes from last to first to take final big prize at end of jump season
Industry in turmoil after FBI shuts down America's three largest gaming sites
British gamblers may lose thousands of pounds as accounts are frozen by US investigators
When Australia remembers its war dead on Anzac Day later this month, the pubs will be full of old soldiers playing "two-up" – a traditional betting game similar to "heads or tails" that was popular on the First World War battlefields.
Betfair is set to be valued at up to £1.5bn when it reaches the stock market, after the company's shares were given an initial range of between £11 and £14. The stakes of the betting exchanges' two founders Ed Wray and Andrew Black will be worth between £261m and £333m on that range.
Having already pulled off one pretty outrageous stunt with the same mare, Jeremy Noseda yesterday contrived to raise the bar higher still with Laddies Poker Two. The Newmarket trainer wants to give the grey her first race since landing a spectacular gamble at Royal Ascot in June – and, as such, only her second in two years – at the Breeders' Cup.
Puccini's Wild West opera, La fanciulla del West, has a rare outing in Edinburgh. It is almost certainly based on his secret love affair that was mired in tragedy. Jessica Duchen went to his house in Tuscany to find out more
For those with long, difficult hair, this brush is ideal – it has a large ceramic barrel to work hair around and the combination of bristle types helps to control static.