Broadcaster says hosting his BBC Radio 2 show is like 'flying an Airbus 380' rather than a 'Spitfire'
The TV presenter and radio host was reported to be in 'pole position' to join Evans as a co-host on the BBC2 motoring show
The radio host and TV presenter is said to have excellent 'chemistry' with Evans
Despite the infamous 'fracas' that suspended filming on the BBC Two show, Top Gear still stands to win at the awards ceremony
With its blend of high-flying manoeuvres, outlandish costumes and pageantry rooted in ancient culture, lucha libre – aka the raucous world of Mexican wrestling – has been a bedrock of its homeland ever since the silver-masked fighter El Santo stepped into the ring in 1942 and became the sport's first superstar, complete with mask and carefully controlled anonymity.
The Monkees will perform their first live shows since star Davy Jones died in February.
If you find Sorkin's latest a bit trite, think on this: at least you're not watching Winter Wipeout
Lord Sugar today unveiled the much-awaited YouView internet-supported television service and promptly told customers they could expect to buy the system for one third of the launch price if they waited two years.
After upsetting world No 2 Nadal, the Czech is blown away
The parents of two-year-old Jamie Heaton, who died in an explosion in Shaw, Greater Manchester, paid tribute to their son today, saying: “Jamie was unique and amazing. We will miss everything about him.”
Rupert Murdoch vowed not to make a new bid for BSkyB after the division of News Corporation yesterday, saying he would focus his media empire on the US because "the English" had made him unwilling to invest any further in the UK.
BBC plan to exploit programme's commercial potential angers purists
You feel a sense of elation seeing yourself on a billboard It's like: five years ago I was pulling pints, and now look. But being recognised is something you have to learn to deal with. It is kind of shocking – you still consider yourself to be the same as anyone else.
Rupert Murdoch brushed off his media scandals yesterday with a spectacular coup to maintain his grip on Britain's pay-TV market.
France's First Lady, Valérie Trierweiler, provoked a political and conjugal storm yesterday by publicly supporting a rebel candidate against Ségolène Royal, President François Hollande's former partner.
The spokesman of Greece's extreme-right Golden Dawn party, who caused uproar last week by hitting one politician and throwing a glass of water over another during a live TV news programme, is suing the two candidates and the channel that hosted the show.