There has been a fall in the number of people coming forward for cancer checks during the coronavirus pandemic.
Former BBC Breakfast presenter Bill Turnbull has revealed he is 'calm' about the prospect of death and knows it is 'waiting' for him
The 64-year-old TV presenter made sure he went out with a bang on his last day standing in for Piers Morgan.
The former 'BBC Breakfast' host admitted he would love to return to presenting and accepted an invitation to rejoin former colleague Susanna Reid.
The former 'BBC Breakfast' host has called for research to be done into the medicinal uses of the plant.
The devout churchgoer, below, took the same spot as his predecessor Bill Turnbull, who left the show after 15 years. Walker’s co-host Louise Minchin, 47, has been on the BBC Breakfast sofa for more than 10 years, worked on The One Show and presented on the BBC News Channel – yet she is in the traditionally ‘inferior’ position. Disgruntled viewers have now spoken of their anger at what they believe is a macho snub to Minchin.
The Big Lebowski’s Walter Sobchak refused to roll on the Sabbath – and Football Focus anchor Dan Walker is following in his footsteps. Dan is to replace Bill Turnbull on BBC Breakfast while continuing with his sport presenting. Christian Dan, 38, is such a devoted believer he has a deal with BBC bosses he’ll never work the Sabbath.
After waking up the nation for the last fifteen years, BBC Breakfast anchor, Bill Turnbull, has announced that he will be leaving the show so that he can focus on his “neglected bees”. Speaking to The Mirror, Bill also admitted that he wanted to wave goodbye to his 3.20am wake up calls, explaining: “I agreed to come North [to Salford] for two years, and it went so well I agreed to do another two years.