Opinion was split over the fate of Paul Spector in The Fall’s series finale.
Bill was joined at the event by stars including Bob Geldof and Mick Hucknall.
Prof Hawking is regarded as one of the most brilliant and famous scientists of the modern age.
Desmond presented The Music Goes Round since it first aired on Sunday October 4 1981.
Andi Oliver will replace Prue Leith starting from series 12 next year.
The band’s management confirmed Rick will “step back from his regular commitments with the band”.
The presenters reveal their next plans after Bake Off: challenging celebrities to sing and dance for charity.
Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc are to host the BBC’s Let’s Sing and Dance for Comic Relief.
Katie posted on Instagram asking fans not to “dress up as someone that has had trauma happen to them”.
The pop singer claimed she was turned away from a London taxi on Twitter.
The actor has revealed he is “haunted” by memories from playing his many alter egos including Sherlock Holmes, Hamlet and Doctor Strange and he often appears naked in his dreams. Speaking about the relaxation method, he told the I newspaper: "I practise meditating and mindfulness, but that’s as much tool to be a better person, hopefully.
Sinitta thinks Honey G is “faking it” on The X Factor. The 53-year-old singer, the ex-girlfriend and close friend of the TV talent show’s boss Simon Cowell, has enjoyed watching the rapper’s journey on the programme so far but after speaking with the wannabe’s mother she believes her act is just a persona. Speaking to The Huffington Post, Sinitta said: “Her mother has a middle class, English accent, she’s very pretty.
Chris Tarrant is now “fit as a fiddle” since having a stroke. The TV presenter suffered a mini stroke in a plane from Bangkok to London in March 2014, and he now spends more time with his family - Jane Bird and his children, Helen, 38, and Jennifer, 35, Sammy, 28, and Toby, 24, and Dexter, 35, and Fia, 31 - following the health scare. In an interview with the Daily Mirror, he said: “The stroke gave me a real scare, but I’m fit as a fiddle now.
Princess Eugenie of York has shared a heartfelt plea as she lends her support to The Salvation Army's campaign to stop modern slavery. "I think that was so shocking," she explained in an exclusive interview with the charity’s Director of Anti Trafficking and Modern Slavery, Anne Read. "[Modern slavery is] on our own doorstep when you think it is a million miles away.
James Buckley's back on the big screen in The Comedian's Guide To Survival, as wannabe comedian who dreams of ditching the day job - but has he ever had a job he really didn't enjoy?:
Rick Parfitt has confirmed he will never play live with Status Quo again. Four months ago the star suffered a serious heart attack following their show in Turkey and “died for several minutes” and quizzed on whether he’ll ever play with the group again, he said: “No. I don’t think I really want to.
Louise Redknapp has been dazzling fans on Strictly Come Dancing with her and dancer partner Kevin Clifton's impressive routines. Speaking to HELLO!, the 41-year-old revealed that husband Jamie has been supporting her every step of the way, adding that the couple have laughed off the notion of the Strictly curse. A panellist on A League of their Own, Jamie was recently ribbed on the show about the supposed curse, which has seen former contestants and their dance partners falling for each other.
That is one terrifying prospect.
A UK MP has urged Lindsay Lohan to contact Kettering Council and arrange her visit to turn on their Christmas lights but it’s looking more and more likely that she’s going to disappoint residents of the Northamptonshire town. The ‘Mean Girls’ star offered to take part in the big switch on after a personal invite from local MP Philip Hollobone and Commons leader Chris Grayling. Mr Hollobone told the BBC News yesterday: “She said she would come and switch on the Christmas lights at Kettering but, despite everyone’s best efforts, it’s simply not be possible to track her down.
The Shires have become the first UK country music act to sign to a major label in the US. Ben Earle and Crissie Rhodes have inked a deal with Dot Records imprint Big Machine Label Group, whose president Scott Borchetta is credited for discovering pop superstar Taylor Swift, and have joined a roster that includes Tim McGraw, Florida Georgia Line and Thomas Rhett. The pair said: “We are absolutely thrilled to sign with Dot Records in the USA.
Singer Peter Andre gets seriously in touch with his feminine side as he travels to Amsterdam to find out what it feels like to give birth.
He tells us why its far more nerve-wracking taking to the stage at an awards ceremony:
Hunted’s second series finished in dramatic style on Thursday night as two fugitives evaded capture. Ayo Adesina and Nick Cummings used cunning tactics to beat the Hunters - who include chief Peter Bleksley, a founder member of Scotland Yard’s undercover unit in the 1980s - on the Channel 4 show and take home an equal share of the £100,000 prize for going 28 days on the run. Nick, a house husband, overcame plenty of self-doubt throughout to triumph and even tricked the Hunters in the best way possible at one stage by getting a friend to dress up as him, fooling them into thinking they’d got their man.
Perhaps the X Factor's most controversial contestant ever has come forward to defend herself, revealing that she has no time for negative comments and ignores "haters" while enjoying her time on the singing competition. Admitting that she didn't realise she would get this far in the show, Honey G told ITV's This Morning: "I had no idea that I'd get to this point.
Kate has a very exciting date in her diary next week! The Duchess of Cambridge is set to attend the London premiere of A Street Cat Named Bob – one of the most heartwarming films of the year. Prince George and Princess Charlotte's mum will meet the stars, cast and crew of the film at the Curzon Mayfair on Thursday 3 November.