Move over Russell Brand…
Gail said she was no racist, just ‘offended by people who look like bin-bags’
Care to dance?
It may seem Pie in the sky, but I’d rather be up the creek than in Baker street
‘First Dates’ shows why so many people meet their partners on the internet
The human capacity to carry on loving rang through the hour
Coronation Street star Bill Roache yesterday denied ever meeting the five women who accuse him of rape and sexual assault, telling a court that he had cheated on his first wife in the 1960s in “a series of small relationships” but that he was not a paedophile.
The soap EastEnders must recalibrate its outdated depiction of Cockney life to take account of the young hipsters and tech entrepreneurs who have made East London a fashionable place to live, the BBC has admitted.
The jury returned a not guilty verdict on a single account of indecent assault dating back to 1965
Actor is the third 'Marlboro man' to die from a smoking-related illness
Actress Julie Hesmondhalgh was only meant to work on Coronation Street for two months. Her character was intended as little more than a gimmick to help the Manchester-based soap opera compete in the ratings battle with then-dominant EastEnders. Fifteen years later, her character’s story has finally come to a close, and with it, one of soap’s most enduring and touching romances: that of oddball Roy and his kind-hearted wife, Hayley.
The woman said her 'skin crawled' when she watched Mr Roache being interviewed on TV
Mr Roache denies five counts of indecent assault and two counts of rape between 1965 and 1971
Stuart Lancaster believes three of England's orthopaedically challenged brigade – the Northampton full-back Ben Foden, the London Irish wing Marland Yarde and the Bath prop David Wilson – may return to fitness in time for the mid-point match of the Six Nations Championship, against Ireland at Twickenham on 22 February. The head coach did not say so openly, but he would surely take Wilson over the other two at this stage of proceedings.