LORRAINE CANDY: See No Evil, Hear No Evil and Thoroughly Evil begin to howl with laughter

See No Evil, Hear No Evil and Thoroughly Evil begin to howl with laughter | UPDATED: 23:28 GMT, 21 November 2012 This is an everyday story of mothering gone wrong. A story of maternal incompetence and parental panic.

Shakespeare actor Simon Callow narrates world"s first bedtime audiobook to calm stressed dogs

Stories for spaniels, tales for terriers: Shakespeare actor Simon Callow narrates world's first bedtime audiobook for dogs, scientifically proven to calm stressed pets Book developed to calm dogs down on Bonfire Night when pets become upset by fireworksBased upon inherently soft and calming sounds Can be heard on YouTube By Martha De Lacey PUBLISHED: 15:35 GMT, 31 October 2012 | UPDATED: 15:35 GMT, 31 October 2012 SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO He has trodden the stage with some of the most respected actors in the world and made Shakespeare speeches to audiences all over the world. But now renowned British thespian Simon Callow has turned his attention to a completely different crowd – dogs. Callow has narrated the world's first bedtime story for dogs, a free audiobook developed to specifically calm and relaxed stressed pets – just in time for that most frightening date on the canine calendar: 5 November.

Blind dates lose out to internet dating

What would Cilla and Our Graham say! The 'blind date' is now a thing of the past, as online matchmaking services take over Only 3% of 18 to 24-year-olds have ever been on a traditional blind date | UPDATED: 07:35 GMT, 24 October 2012 Cilla Black and her all-seeing sidekick, Our Graham, loved them. And they have long been the most popular and traditional ways of meeting someone (as well as the source of many a dating horror story).

Samantha Cameron turns story teller as she reads her favourite book to young audience at Westfield

Samantha Cameron turns story teller as she reads her favourite book to young audience at Westfield Donned stylish blue dress with black waist belt Read her favourite book The Snail and the Whale to the group In aid of Save The Children's charity partnership with Westfield | UPDATED: 11:32 GMT, 23 October 2012 She is a devoted mother of three so has plenty of experience when it comes to story time. And today Samantha Cameron put that into practise when she read children's books to a young audience of schoolchildren at Westfield shopping centre in Shepherd's Bush in aid of Save The Children's new partnership with the shopping giant. Donning a stylish blue dress and black waist belt, the Prime Minister's wife read one of her favourite books, The Snail and the Whale, to the group.

One Direction teenage fan Emily Barker wins Penguin publishing deal for Loving The Band through Movellas

One Direction fan, 16, lands publishing deal after online fantasy fiction about boyband won her 30,000 requests for more Student Emily Baker, from North Lincolnshire, posted her fan fiction on teen writing website movellas.com Teen, who is still at college, wrote romantic short story on One Direction Publishing house Penguin spotted Emily on the writing community and offered her a contract | UPDATED: 14:50 GMT, 5 October 2012 Emily Baker has won a Penguin publishing deal after writing a piece of One Direction fan fiction EL James paved the way for adult writers of fan fiction, proving (with Fifty Shades Of Grey) that posting your stories online is an excellent way to secure a publishing deal.

EastEnders" Derek Branning screams in pain after he is run off the road and hunted down by gang of men

SPOILER ALERT: EastEnders' Derek Branning screams in pain after he is run off the road and hunted down by gang of men | UPDATED: 06:28 GMT, 2 October 2012 As Walford's resident hard man he has never shown any signs of being scared at all. But, Derek Branning looks absolutely terrified as he runs in fear away from a gang of thugs intent on causing him harm.

Banaz Mahmod: Chilling video of a young honour killing victim warning police that her life is in danger

'If anything happens to me, it's them': Chilling previously unseen video of young honour killing victim warning police her life is in danger Banaz Mahmod 's father and uncle were jailed for life for her murder in 2007 Banaz: A Love Story, a new documentary which tells the story of her tragic death, will be previewed at the Raindance film festival this month | UPDATED: 17:37 GMT, 24 September 2012 Scroll down for video The tragic story of a young woman who was killed by her family after walking out on an arranged marriage and finding love with another man has been brought into the spotlight once again in a new documentary. Banaz Mahmod, 20, went missing shortly after visiting a police station and telling officers that she believed her family intended to murder her. The film, Banaz: A Love Story, which is to be premiered at the Raindance film festival in London this month, includes never-before-seen recordings made by the Kurdish woman herself, as well as videotapes of the five visits she made to police to ask for help.

Why MEN can"t "have it all" either: Thought it was just women who crumple under the pressure to be the perfect parent AND have a…

Why MEN can't 'have it all' eitherThought it was just women who crumple under the pressure to be the perfect parent AND have a career Think again… | UPDATED: 22:23 GMT, 16 September 2012 Glancing at my watch as I logged off my work computer, I smiled to myself: it was 6.30pm and, if I flagged a taxi outside work, I’d make it home for my son Sonny’s bedtime for the first time in perhaps a month. Just then, the phone rang.

CHRIS TOOKEY: Lawless: A brutal glorification of the Prohibition

Lawless: A brutal glorification of the Prohibition | UPDATED: 23:16 GMT, 6 September 2012 LAWLESS (18) Verdict: A brutal western killfest Lawless is a glorification, based on a true story, of three brothers making and selling liquor in Virginia during Prohibition. Naturally, this involves a good deal of brutality, including the lads’ removal of a man’s testicles without anaesthetic

Woman who volunteered to be a surrogate mother for her best friend gave her "the greatest gift"

A tale of true friendship: Woman who volunteered to be a surrogate mother for her best friend gave her ‘the greatest gift' | UPDATED: 15:08 GMT, 3 September 2012 As she watched her son Mason take his first few shaky steps, Elif Tuccaroglu was, like any other mother, brimming with pride.