ONCE again, we find ourselves indebted to a showbiz ‘source’ for giving us a peek behind the velvet curtain; to wit, we’ve been gifted the information that Brad Pritt and Leonardo DiCaprio like to spend their evenings making beautiful art.
AINSLEY Harriott is munching happily on a bit of toast when he calls, and even talking through crumbs, proves as jovial and excitable as any 1990 kid will remember from his days presenting TV classics, Ready, Steady, Cook and Can't Cook, Won't Cook.
A YEAR on from a horrific accident which traumatised her family, Natasha Kaplinsky is reflecting on the day that changed their lives: "I'm very aware that things could have been so much worse and people suffer so much more than we did," says the BBC news presenter.
COULD you have a priceless artefact tucked away in your attic? The BBC's Fiona Bruce knows only too well that such treasures are out there – and she'll be hoping to see some of them in person tomorrow when the Antiques Roadshow returns to Northern Ireland.
SLEB Safari had to leave a shop recently when a sales assistant said "are you looking for something for yourself, or a gift? It is nearly Christmas" and her colleague commented that the weather made it feel like winter.