Looking sharp, Mr Shue! Glee star Matthew Morrison shows his stylish side as he models for Mr Porter | UPDATED: 01:37 GMT, 22 November 2012 As singing teacher Will Schuester in Glee, Matthew Morrison doesn't have the most fashionable wardrobe. However, the 34-year-old is cutting quite a stylish figure as he models designer outfits for Mr Porter
Dance teacher, 26, owns Europe's largest Sylvanian Families collection and has spent 40,000 on the children's toy- they even have their own room in his houseJacc Batch, 26, has nearly 5,000 figures and memorabiliaThey have their own locked room in his house Owns largest collection in Europe and third largest in worldMost expensive toy, a prototype of the original Japanese figure, cost 2,500Also collects Polly Pocket and My Little Pony but Sylvanian Families are his 'main passion' | UPDATED: 11:12 GMT, 12 November 2012 A dance teacher with the UK’s largest collection of Sylvanian Families has spent a whopping 40,000 on the children’s toys – and has even given them their own room in his house. Jacc Batch, 26, saved up his pocket money to buy his first toy as a child and now has nearly 5,000 figures and other memorabilia. He not only collects every character and accessory, but also the identical figures from America, Japan and Europe, which come in slightly different packaging.
Here Comes The Boom: An inspirational teacher movie with a lot of kick | UPDATED: 08:21 GMT, 9 November 2012 HERE COMES THE BOOM (12A) Verdict: More of a bust, really Here Comes The Boom is a weird but far from unwatchable mixture of two genres: the inspirational-teacher movie (notable examples of which include Mr Holland’s Opus and The School Of Rock) and fight film. You could say it’s The School Of Rocky
Don’t mess with Miss! Teacher, 38, becomes Britain’s first female chessboxing champion | UPDATED: 17:29 GMT, 18 October 2012 Cheeky school pupils at Exeter College know there is one teacher they can't play up to in class – because she's a champion boxer.
Love IS blind: After John tragically lost his sight, he was distraught to find he could no longer picture his wife's face. Far from being torn apart, their bond became even MORE profound | UPDATED: 23:21 GMT, 16 October 2012 For many years, Professor John Hull kept a photograph on his office desk. An image of his wife Marilyn taken shortly after they met, it shows her aged 22, fresh-faced and clear-eyed
Have your cake and live in it too: Inside the five-storey TriBeCa building that is home to A-list baker Sylvia Weinstock | UPDATED: 20:15 GMT, 5 October 2012 Heavenly creations: Mrs Weinstock has created celebratory cakes for 30 years Sylvia Weinstock, the go-to wedding cake maker for everyone from Molly Ringwald, and Michael Douglas to Donald Trump, Sean 'Puff Daddy' Combs and the Saudi royal family, has revealed the secrets behind her biggest masterpiece yet – her Manhattan home. The 'Leonardo Da Vinci of cakes' and Iris Apfel look-a-like, now 82, decided to buy a burnt-out TriBeCa building in 1980; its four stories in complete disarray. But now, thanks to her husband, 82-year-old Ben, that same building has been transformed into a five-storey wunderkummer, with three floors for the apartment and two for her cake shop below.
The toxic trade in fake make-up: How counterfeit cosmetics containing dangerous levels of arsenic are being sold online to unsuspecting bargain hunters | UPDATED: 06:53 GMT, 1 October 2012 When Mandy Lanham saw her favourite foundation for sale online at a greatly reduced price she snapped it up — after all, few of us can resist a beauty bargain. The product — called Some Kinda Gorgeous and made by popular cosmetics brand Benefit — was being sold new on eBay by a seemingly reputable seller and duly arrived a few days later. Having saved 10 on the recommended retail price of 23.50, Mandy, 48, a part-time teacher from East Sussex, was quietly smug
There's nothing 'so whattish' about abducting a 15-year-old By Jan Moir PUBLISHED: 00:07 GMT, 28 September 2012 | UPDATED: 00:07 GMT, 28 September 2012 Eloped: Missing schoolgirl Megan Stammers, 15, who has run off to France with her teacher Jeremy Forrest What I am hoping and praying is that by the time you read this, runaway schoolgirl Megan Stammers will have been found and returned safely to her family. And that her teacher will have been cast into a very dark hole for a very long time, with the clang of a metal gate and a turning key resounding in his ears.
The inspirational teacher who braved ice and fire as she tackled a different physical challenge every month to honour her father’s memory | UPDATED: 08:44 GMT, 27 September 2012 This is the Mail’s sixth annual Inspirational Women of the Year competition, in association with the Sanctuary Spa and the charity Wellbeing Of Women. Finalists will be invited to a ceremony in London in November and the winner will receive a 5,000 luxury break. Use the form to nominate another extraordinary woman you know who we haven’t featured.
'I was 15 when I ran away with my teacher, but it wasn't a healthy relationship': A woman who disappeared with her maths master reveals the devastating consequences of their affair | UPDATED: 06:37 GMT, 27 September 2012 Sitting in the lounge of her Wiltshire home, Katherine Baillie scans the papers for any news about runaway schoolgirl Megan Stammers. Her interest is born not out of personal acquaintance — she is not a friend or relative — but from the fact that 12 years ago she found herself in an almost identical situation to the missing 15-year-old. Like Megan, she, too, was an underage teenager.