Don"t worry if you stuff up the turkey: Britons take 12 years to crack cooking the perfect Christmas dinner

Don't worry if you stuff up the turkey: Britons take 12 years to crack cooking the perfect Christmas dinner The average Brit won’t perfect their Christmas dinner making skills until 36 years of ageBrits will first attempt to cook a festive dinner for friends and family at the age of 24 Almost half (47%) of Christmas dinner cooks use celebrity cook books for inspiration One in ten Brits will never attempt to cook a Christmas dinner | UPDATED: 13:50 GMT, 22 November 2012 If you are afraid of burning the bird or being blamed for soggy sprouts don’t worry, you are not alone. Despite over half of Britons (58 per cent) attempting to cook their first festive meal at 24 years old, they won’t have the annual feast fully mastered for a further 12 years, when they hit 36.

Skyfall"s Naomie Harris backs Idris Elba to become the first black James Bond

Never Say Never Again: Skyfall's Naomie Harris backs Idris Elba to become the first black James Bond | UPDATED: 17:50 GMT, 25 October 2012 Naomie Harris has given Idris Elba her vote for him to become the first black James Bond. The Skyfall actress said that she believes the Luther star would be well suited to role after she worked alongside him Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. Harris, 36, also revealed that the Elba had been in talks with 007 producer Barbara Broccoli about the potential to become the secret agent

Bond star Daniel Craig looks shaken and stirred as he pats down his sweaty face on at Skyfall premiere

Double oh no! Daniel Craig looks shaken and stirred as he pats down his sweaty face at Skyfall premiere | UPDATED: 20:11 GMT, 23 October 2012 He's famously cool, calm and collected as international spy James Bond, but Daniel Craig got a little hot under the collar as he walk the red carpet on Tuesday night. The flustered actor, 44, looked rather shaken and stirred as wiped down his sweaty forehead while greeting fans and press at the Royal Premiere of Skyfall in London

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: These horribly sharp dressers star in sinister six-part BBC series

These horribly sharp dressers star in sinister six-part BBC series | UPDATED: 22:57 GMT, 20 September 2012 These three may look like they're dressed in their Sunday best, and on their way to church, but don't be fooled: they're dangerous – and those caps are lethal. Meet the bad boy gangsters behind Peaky Blinders, a post-World War I crime syndicate in Birmingham into everything from betting shops to bank robberies and protection

Daniel Craig is caught with Cheshire cat grin as Bond girl Brnice Marlohe looks like a vixen showing off her bra in low-cut dress

Daniel Craig is caught with Cheshire cat grin as Bond girl Brnice Marlohe looks like a vixen showing off her bra in low-cut dress | UPDATED: 00:59 GMT, 1 May 2012 He's not exactly known for his beaming smiles.

Rachel Weisz on top of her game in 360 and The Deep Blue Sea at BFI Film Festival 2011

Weisz and easy does it: Rachel is at the top of her game 8:29 AM on 2nd September 2011 Weisz on the rise: Actress Rachel has movies opening and closing the BFI London Film Festival More from Baz Bamigboye… BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Madonna”s lucky star Andrea Riseborough shines bright at the Venice Film Festival 02/09/11 BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Heave ho! Queasy Kate Winslet suffers for her art she reveals all at the Venice Film Festival 01/09/11 BAZ BAMIGBOYE: The Big Yin hits the high notes 25/08/11 BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Dakota”s putting the accent on blooming as an English rose 18/08/11 BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Mad about Doctor”s girl Karen Gillan 22/07/11 BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Look Hugh”s crooning now 22/07/11 BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Naomie”s licence to thrill 08/07/11 BAZ BAMIGBOYE How will we survive when Harry”s gone 06/07/11 VIEW FULL ARCHIVE A Night Out with Mr Cool and the gang Letting her hair down: Actress Evan Rachel Wood at the Venice Film Festival Cool and his gang: George Clooney, far right, and the cast of his new film The Ides Of March