‘Frozen’ is the current Disney animated feature-film still being shown at selected cinemas across the UK and with Walt’s legacy attached to such family movies you are pretty sure what to expect...Princess, an underdog, a few decent songs and a happy ending.
Six-year-old Didier has a mole. In usual circumstances a group of melanocytes on the skin would cause no need for alarm, although in Didier’s case the patch on his body takes over his entire life.
Over the past few years viewers of The Undateables have had the unique heartfelt invitation to follow disabled lonely hearts through their life-changing journeys to find that missing person in their lives.
Immediately after its release in the States Martin Scorsese’s latest movie, The Wolf of Wall Street came after scrutiny for its repeated use of the ‘F’ word. The expletive is used 506 f*cking times, more than any other film drama in recorded history.
It’s perfectly natural for people’s physical appearance to distract their age. Most of us may appear a few years senior, or if we are fortunate a year or two younger. In Zara’s case her looks are way more deceiving than most. Take a look at her photo above and take a guess how old she is.
A young girl feels isolated from her mum and dad, there’s a group of men dressed in white cloaks covering their faces, acrobats performing at air pressuring heights, jugglers defying physics, clowns squirting water in the face of standard circus tomfoolery and a headless man sheltering under an umbrella.
Returning to our screens this week are those loveable Undateables, the group of disabled people looking for that special somebody in their life in front of a Channel 4 cameraman.
This Friday ITV broadcast their annual telethon for disadvantaged people across the UK. Bearing resemblance to BBC’s Children In Appeal the programme will see a host of celebrities outside their comfort zones raising cash for good causes.
In his latest mind-reading exploits Derren Brown is hiring unprofessional criminals to steal a valuable painting from a Moscow gallery.
It seems only a few days ago when we covered a story about Britain Got Talent winner Susan Boyle. (Probably because it is, as on Monday Susan revealed she has been diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome)
Athletes may compete to be crowned the fastest thing on two legs, but when it comes to who’s the ‘quickest’ person on a couple of wheels Professor Stephen Hawking wipes the competition away.
Buying Christmas presents for loved ones can be stressful, but working for a popular shopping website the lead up to Christmas cannot only cause stress but also cause serious mental and physical illness.
Unless you have stepped into a blue phone box and transported yourself back in time to the dark ages you’ll probably be familiar with the special fiftieth anniversary Doctor Who episode which is being broadcast this Saturday (23 November) on BBC1 and selected cinemas across the UK.