All remaining 92 fixtures are set to be broadcast, with 29 free to air and the BBC broadcasting its first ever Premier League games.
Thinking about eight-year-old son stopped former Sky Sports presenter from ending his life after the sudden death of his wife.
Safe to say that former Sky Sports presenter Richard Keys isn’t Britain’s most popular man this morning. The hirsute 59-year-old star has been roundly condemned after it emerged he’s been having an affair with 27-year-old lawyer Lucie Rose – while his wife Julia has been battling thyroid cancer. “It’s disgusting what Richard and Lucie have done to me,” 56-year-old Julie told The Sunday Mirror.
It’s a sad day for Bake Off fans who are still reeling from the news that the show is being moved to Channel 4. From now on it will be sponge cakes with adverts in between as the ad-free BBC loses its flagship show. But this isn’t the first time the Beeb has seen something popular swiped from under them - here’s a few others that they saw march off to pastures new…
Prince Harry was put on the spot by a cheeky schoolboy who asked him if he would ever be king - but he gave the perfect response. The 31-year-old was paying a visit to Lambs Lane Primary School in Wokingham while filming a special edition of Sky Sports show Game Changers when pupils were invited to ask him questions.