It's that time of year again… to get your skates on. Here's our pick of the country's best ice rinks
The eighteenth-century courtyard at Somerset House presents 900-metre-square ice rink with one of the most remarkable skating scenery in London.
David Beckham is to star in a new children’s breakfast show aimed at encouraging more young people to play sport.
Popular TV series Dancing On Ice is to be axed after one further series, it was announced today.
At 5ft 3in, she too frail to be a speed skater. Yet she’s the one to beat in World Championships – and she likes it that way
Gareth Thomas will return to Dancing on Ice this Sunday for the group performance, despite announcing he was leaving the competition due to ill health.
The stars of Dancing On Ice are taking the show to the road, after the official tour hit the skids.
Yesterday, fans of Bill Turnbull et al were alarmed upon turning on their televisions to discover Bargain Hunt, while Today was switched for The Kitchen Cabinet. Of course, it was due to an NUJ strike.
Politician Oona King has become the latest contestant to be booted off Dancing On Ice after her professional partner took a dramatic tumble seconds before their skate-off performance.
Google's latest interactive doodle marks the 112th birthday of Frank Zamboni, the man who invented the ice resurfacing machine.
Dancing On Ice star Anthea Turner is recovering after hurting a rib during training for the ITV show.
Lauren Goodger from The Only Way Is Essex became the second celebrity to be eliminated from Dancing on Ice.
Sharp-tongued judge Jason Gardiner is being tipped to make a return to Dancing On Ice.
When 19-year-old Barbara Ann Scott won the Olympic gold medal in figure skating at the 1948 St Moritz games, she confirmed her position as Canada's sweetheart. Generations of Canadian girls grew up with Barbara Scott dolls, women imitated her fashion style, and skaters were inspired by her success – though Scott remains the only Canadian skater to win an individual gold medal. She managed, according to the then prime minister Mackenzie King, to lift Canada out of its post-war gloom.
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