Presenter Victoria Derbyshire has opened up about growing up with a violent father for BBC Panorama: Escaping My Abuser
The BBC presenter opened up about suffering two bouts of depression, the most recent occuring just months ago and left her 'absolutely knackered'.
The actress known for playing Hayley Slater in the BBC soap was revealed by a Sunday tabloid to be working as a security guard in a discount store since leaving the show.
Victoria Derbyshire got Jeremy Hunt's name wrong like several other broadcasters before her.
The Love Island star stripped off to help raise awareness for breast and cervical cancer.
Caitlyn Jenner has had a busy morning in London today appearing on the BBC’s ‘Victoria Derbyshire’ and ITV’s ‘This Morning’ to promote her book ‘The Secrets of My Life’ and she’s also set to attend the NatWest LGBT Awards in teh capital later. The 67-year-old star said her interest in politics has surged since she became an advocator for the LGBT community and she revealed that she would, in fact, run for president at some point in the future. Trump was our candidate so obviously I was going to vote that way.
Victoria Derbyshire put a smile on our face yesterday morning when she returned to our TV screens less than one month after undergoing breast cancer surgery. Victoria thanked fans for their well-wishes as she fronted her BBC2 morning show, and reassured the audience that she is well on the way to recovery. “They mean a great deal, thank you.” Victoria was diagnosed with breast cancer over the summer, choosing to openly share the news and her battle with the disease back in August. Dressed in a hospital gown and laying in her hospital bed post-surgery, Victoria held up a sign that read: “Hi, this morning I had breast cancer…” Followed by another sign that reads: “This evening I don’t!” Revealing why she decided to so publicly document her cancer fight, the mum-of-two previously explained: “The reason I wanted to talk about what has happened to me is that I am a pretty open person but also because more than one in three people will be diagnosed with cancer.