It's over by a landslide! Colin Baker becomes the fourth camper to leave the jungle in I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here | UPDATED: 23:42 GMT, 25 November 2012 After facing the jungle creatures of the Panic Room, it was not good news for Colin Baker who failed to collect enough stars to keep him in the jungle. As his and Eric Bristow's boxes were weighed it turned out the darts player had the heavier load which meant he would go back to the camp whilst Colin made his farewells
Bah, humbug! Doctor Who gets a Scrooge makeover for highly anticipated Christmas special co-starring Richard E Grant | UPDATED: 13:31 GMT, 17 November 2012 When his companion Amy Pond and her friend Rory Williams were stolen from him by the weeping angels, Doctor Who entered in to a deep depression. Distraught at losing his closest pals, he wanted to retire from the Timelord game and lock himself away with only memories for torturous company.
Daughter whose vigil for her dying mother exposed hospital of horror | UPDATED: 22:36 GMT, 14 November 2012 Julie saw how the heroic kindness of a few good nurses and doctors was over-ridden by the careless, the bullying and power-hungry The room was grubby, cramped and windowless, and Julie Bailey had been summoned to it by a hospital doctor. He clicked his fingers to demonstrate how swiftly her mother’s condition could decline, warning that the end would not be merciful. ‘Your mother will die a painful death,’ he said.
He was a perfect match: Dad gives ten-year-old daughter ultimate gift after she needed urgent kidney transplant | UPDATED: 22:21 GMT, 6 November 2012 A father whose ten-year-old daughter needed dialysis to live has been able to give her the ultimate gift. After doctors were forced to remove both of Lindsey Duquette's failing kidneys a year and a half ago, her sports broadcaster father, Jim Duquette was found to be the perfect match. Although doctors tried everything to avoid a transplant, Mr Duquette, who is on WJZ-FM The Fan in Baltimore, told CBS13: 'When you start to get the experiment drugs, you're at the end of the line, really.' Miracle: After doctors were forced to remove both of Lindsey Duquette's failing kidneys a year and a half ago, her sports broadcaster father, Jim Duquette was found to be the perfect match Lindsey's kidneys started failing when she was just two years old, and last summer, doctors scrambled to find a donor
You let yourself go even MORE with baby number two: Billie Piper confesses motherhood is overwhelming | UPDATED: 16:16 GMT, 15 October 2012 After she gave birth to her first son, Winston, now aged three, Billie Piper was often pictured at red carpet events and promoting her latest work projects looking effortlessly glamorous. But after having a second son, Eugene, in July, the actress has admitted it hasn't been easy and she has sometimes felt 'overwhelmed' by being a mother-of-two.
Is your desk making you fat Office feeders and desk-based lunch breaks are turning us in to a nation of boardroom blobs 82% of City workers eat at desks because they have too much work on 24% eat 'anything they can get their hands on' to help energy levels 44% blame colleagues for weight gain | UPDATED: 14:44 GMT, 11 October 2012 City workers who slave away over their lunch break to meet targets and hit bonuses aren't just seeing an increase in their salaries. According to a new survey, as stress levels rise for desk-bound office workers, so does their waist-line.
How to walk in heels: New course on women's posture launched by doctor who became fed up with treating joint painsMartin Bell, 40, launched course to help women correct their posture and avoid injury Clinical orthotist has helped hundreds of women to use leg muscles correctly | UPDATED: 23:25 GMT, 5 October 2012 Some women endure years of staggering and stumbling to master the art, while others’ efforts simply fall flat. But help is afoot – with classes in how to wear high heels.
The Queen's English is colonising America thanks to Downton Abbey as 'ginger' replaces 'red head' over the pond | UPDATED: 09:33 GMT, 5 October 2012 For decades we have endured the Americanisation of English, with words and phrases like 'vacation' and 'I'm good' slowly infiltrating our language. But now things could be swinging back the other way, with more British-isms turning up on the other side of the pond
My medical career will have to wait…I’m Britain’s next top model: Letitia Herod crowned competition champion 19-year-old hopes her win will help change attitudes as she endured humiliating comments about curvy figure during competition By Chloe Thomas PUBLISHED: 23:52 GMT, 1 October 2012 | UPDATED: 06:49 GMT, 2 October 2012 With an aptitude for maths and science, she had dreamed of becoming a doctor and changing lives. But now Letitia Herod has her sights set on the rather less cerebral goal of changing the modelling industry – after being crowned as Britain and Ireland’s Next Top Model last night. The 19-year-old hopes her win will help change attitudes as she endured humiliating comments about her curvy figure during the 13-week competition, which saw Elle Macpherson and her team of industry judges put 20 aspiring models through their paces on the catwalk.
Heartbroken Doctor Who fans say goodbye to Amy Pond after she is killed at the hands of the weeping angels | UPDATED: 23:21 GMT, 29 September 2012 Karen Gillan promised that her character Amy Pond would leave Doctor Who in 'flames of blazing glory', and she wasn't kidding. Viewers of the enduring sci-fi show saw Doctor Who say a tearful farewell to his sidekicks Amy and Rory, who is played by Arthur Darvill in Saturday's episode. Their exit had been a closely guarded secret, but in The Angels Take Manhattan, the pair died at the hands of the terrifying statue creatures