Trailer for season 33 of BBC's Top Gear BBC
Trailer for season 33 of BBC's Top Gear BBC
‘It was peaceful and perfect,’ recalls Lee’s wife of his death
Despite transgender people gaining equal rights in India as the third gender in 2014, prejudice persists to this day, and competitions like the one in Guwahati are helping break the stereotypes.
Colombian President Gustavo Petro said Saturday the ELN rebel group has agreed to allow a displaced indigenous community to return to its lands in the west of the nation, the first significant achievement in 12 days of peace talks.
She has been an MP for Glasgow Central since 2015.
CHARITY hospice, Lewis-Manning Hospice Care, has been hit by vandalism ahead of their new shop opening in Winton.
The negotiations between the former chancellor and Kyriakos Mitsotakis have reportedly been taking place since November 2021.
Tyson Fury laid down the challenge to Oleksandr Usyk as the two heavyweight champions went head-to-head in an intense face-off. Unified WBA ‘Super’, IBF, WBO and IBO title-holder Usyk was at ringside at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday night to watch Fury retain his WBC belt in emphatic fashion in front of 60,000 fans with an utterly dominant 10th-round stoppage of Derek Chisora, also supporting fellow Ukrainian Denys Berinchyk, who won the European lightweight gold after beating Yvan Mendy. Fury called out Usyk after his fourth successive stoppage win and rained down the expletive-ridden insults, provoking his rival to jump up onto the ring apron for a fierce staredown.
Nuclear fusion robots are being prepared for use in space to remove debris and revive defunct satellites.
A group of Australian MPs will leave Sunday for a five-day visit to Taiwan, a spokesman for one of the politicians said Saturday, risking China's ire just as Beijing-Canberra relations appeared to be thawing.
Small farmers say reports of ‘shortage’ are driving customers to grab mass-produced poultry from supermarket freezer cabinets
POLITICIANS in search of a cheap round of applause – a not uncommon occurrence – can generally rely upon three little letters.
Russia has built an army base in Mariupol in a sign that it’s consolidating power in the port city after capturing it earlier this year, according to satellite photos.
Some residents in Sicily have been advised to stay indoors after heavy rain caused cars to be submerged and flooded streets in some municipalities.
The hero bravely rips a huge zombie knife off a man disguised in a helmet
The Nope star reveals a surprise baby bump in an episode that features hit-and-miss skits including Hello Kitty and Herschel Walker
Apprentice Emily Tidmarsh from Worcester-based social housing and care provider Sanctuary is celebrating after picking up a second top apprenticeship award.
Edwardstone defeats Greaneteen by nine lengths to win the Tingle Creek Chase at Sandown, with the 6-5 favourite, Shishkin, third
IT’S been a good week for ageing white blokes on radio. You might argue, of course, that every week is a good one for ageing white blokes on radio and I couldn’t really disagree. But with actor Bill Nighy sitting in for Guy Garvey on 6 Music last Sunday and French maitre d’ and TV celeb Fred Sirieix the subject of Radio 4’s The Food Programme (Sunday and Monday) you might at least feel that these were, as ageing white blokes go, upmarket examples (compared, at least, to one ageing white
John Ryley is to step down as head of Sky News after 17 years. Mr Ryley, who has been with Sky for 28 years, began his career as a BBC graduate news trainee and went on to programme edit ITV's News at Ten before joining Sky in 1995 as an output editor. In 2021 he was awarded an Outstanding Contribution Award by the Royal Television Society (RTS), which said he had "effected genuine change in our industry."
Officials in the southern Ukrainian region of Kherson announced on Saturday they would help citizens evacuate from parts of Russian-occupied territory on the east bank of the Dnipro River amid fears of intensified fighting. Yaroslav Yanushevych, the regional governor, said officials were temporarily lifting a ban on crossings to allow Ukrainians living in villages across the river to traverse the Dnipro during daylight hours and to a designated point. "Evacuation is necessary due to the possible intensification of hostilities in this area," he wrote on the Telegram messaging app.