Life

Quotes: Jodie Whittaker on being Doctor Who, Rowan Atkinson on doing 007

English actress Jodie Whittaker

"To be the first of something is exciting and wonderful for me and I will be dining out on it for years to come."

Doctor Who star Jodie Whittaker talks to the Press Association about being the first woman to play the Time-Lord.

"I did feel desperately guilty."

ITV News Political Editor Robert Peston spoke to The Sunday Times about finding love again after the death of his first wife.

"Someone call 999 I've been robbed."

Lily Allen tweets after losing out on this year's Mercury Prize. She later tweeted that Wolf Alice were "deserved winners."

"I can still remember I was always driving home from work with them singing Rabbit Rabbit or London Girls."

Former boxing champion and TV star Frank Bruno comments on the death of Chas Hodges from musical duo Chas and Dave.

"Six months sober, annoyingly healthy looking, and happier than I've seen him in years."

Simon Hargreaves, a friend of TV presenter Ant McPartlin, tweets after a catch-up with the TV star who has had a public battle with alcohol.

"It's one of those things that you do when you're very young and you think this is the way to do it and when I look at it now I think 'Hmmm no, I wish I had done something a little different'."

Comic actor Rowan Atkinson told The One Show about regrets he has about is performance opposite Sean Connery in Bond film Never Say Never Again.

"Even though they are identified as male characters and possess many human traits and characteristics (as most Sesame Street Muppets do), they remain puppets and do not have a sexual orientation."

Sesame Workshop, the company behind Sesame Street, deny a suggestion from one of the show's writers that characters Bert and Ernie are gay.

"Last night I had cereal with milk for the first time. Life changing."

Reality star and cosmetics entrepreneur Kylie Jenner revealed her taste sensation on Twitter.

"I stood up and said, 'You're lucky we're not in the street, mate, because you'd be eating your dinner through a straw'."

TV star Paul O'Grady told The Sun about how he confronted someone who fired homophobic taunts at his husband on a flight.

Enjoy reading the Irish News?

Subscribe from just £1 for the first month to get full access

Life

Today's horoscope

Horoscope


See a different horoscope: