THE writing was on the wall with the departure of the station’s biggest names in recent months, but now the numbers are finally in - and they don’t make good reading for bosses at BBC Radio 2.
Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. Richardson were famously killed in a plane crash on Feb. 3, 1959, which Don McLean dubbed "The Day the Music Died" in the 1971 classic "American Pie"
A TikToker noticed that Blake Lively was wearing almost impossibly low-slung sweatpants beneath a body-con mini-dress.
Coronation Street actor Adam Little has confirmed his departure from the ITV soap after his character Blake Myers was sent to prison in Monday night’s episode. Taking to Instagram the star, who joined the show last June, paid tribute to the show’s cast and crew before describing bad boy Blake as “crazy”. Little’s final scenes saw viewers delighted after his character was sentenced for the stabbing of Alya Nazir (Sair Khan) as well as the attempted murder of Maria Connor (Samia Longchambon).
Ronnie Wood, Sir Rod Stewart, and Sir Tom Jones were among the rock royalty to attend Jeff Beck's funeral as their fellow icon was remembered in a church service on Friday.
The original action film, which came out in 2000, starred Russell Crowe and Joaquin Phoenix
You may not have realised that the popular BBC drama, Call the Midwife, was filmed on south east London's doorstep.
The Happy Valley finale is just around the corner, and ahead of its premiere on Sunday, James Norton has shared some shocking behind-the-scenes photos. Taking to Instagram on Saturday, the Tommy Lee Royce actor revealed a bloodied snap of his fake stab wound from season one. He captioned it: "Some more #happyvalley love." WATCH: Get a first look at Happy Valley's season finale trailer Sparking a major reaction from his 310k followers, many were quick to praise the show, as well as voicing their
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Sally Wainwright has been hugely celebrated over the last few weeks for Happy Valley season three, which has been loved by viewers and critics alike. The writer and director has plenty of amazing shows including Last Tango in Halifax and Gentleman Jack under her belt, but what does she have coming up next? Find out everything you need to know about her upcoming Disney+ show, The Ballad of Renegade Nell… The series, which is being directed by Sex Education director Ben Taylor, is set to star Derr
A woman was left "incredulous" after she visited South Africa's famed Kruger National Park and left - having seen JUST ONE land animal. Natasha Joseph, 29, and friends went to the world-renowned national park known to host to the 'Big Five"'- lions, leopards, elephants, rhinos and buffalo. But despite the park's reputation, the group only managed to catch a glimpse of "bushes, trees, [an] impala and the exit". In a tongue-in-cheek video posted online, Natasha, from Johannesburg, South Africa, captioned a montage of clips featuring only one animal - a lone impala. The rest of the video showed the grasslands that had "bushes," "trees" and the "exit". Natasha, who was staying at nearby Marloth Park, said: "We decided the day before going that we wanted to do a day trip to Kruger. "Marloth Park is about a 20-minute drive from the Crocodile Bridge gate, so it’s very easy to go into Kruger for the day. "Most people going there are looking for the Big Five. We were hoping to see leopards and maybe some wild dog." The group, who paid 115 Rand (£5.44) a ticket, still had a good time and found the park to be "incredibly peaceful" with "cool birdlife", like European rollers and eagles. Natasha added: "It’s still amazing to be in the park.It’s incredibly peaceful driving around, being in nature with limited signal. "We found it quite funny whenever we stopped to get food or coffee and other people had had a similar experience to us, not seeing anything major to report on."
Tom Jones' 1967 hit ‘Delilah’ was recently banned from the Six Nations tournament playlist by the Welsh Rugby union after it unofficially became their soundtrack and depicts murder. From Christian blasphemy to overly-explicit lyrics, these songs have all been banned or censored... Whilst some songs are written to provoke, others have been heavily misinterpreted.
The pair shared the screen in Deep Water.
The actor remain tight-lipped about his character’s fate
Host Maya Jama said the decision of who leaves is now ‘down to the girls’.
During an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Wednesday night host Stephen asked what it was like co-starring with the British actress on the Yellowstone prequel series 1923 as they previously fronted the 1986 film The Mosquito Coast. "Sexy and still sexy, it's amazing," noted Stephen as he held up a still from the movie. In response, Harrison declared: "She is still sexy". Stephen then asked if the Hollywood icon had ever "made out" with Helen because The Queen star planted a "wet one" on him the first time she made an appearance on his talk show.
1980’s The Blues Brothers is an undisputed classic — but Blues Brothers 2000, its belated 1998 sequel? Well, that’s a different story altogether.
The untamed Crosby tasted success with The Byrds before transferring his songwriting chops and sparkling vocals to folk-rock supergroup Crosby, Stills & Nash
Oscar-nominated actress Michelle Yeoh has admitted she has no regrets about refusing to be played off the stage at Golden Globes when bosses tried to cut her speech short
The horror film’s director, M. Night Shyamalan, continues his track record of helping keep horror as maligned as ever.