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‘I’m not going to be silenced’, vows TV presenter Flack

‘I’m not going to be silenced’, vows TV presenter Flack

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TV presenter Caroline Flack has vowed not to be "silenced" after pleading not guilty to attacking her boyfriend Lewis Burton with a lamp.The 40-year-old, who hosted ITV's Love Island, revealed in an Instagram post that she had "been advised not to go on social media". But she added: "I wanted to say happy Christmas to everyone who has been so incredibly kind to me this year."This kind of scrutiny and speculation is a lot to take on for one person to take on their own."I'm a human being at the end of the day and I'm not going to be silenced when I have a story to tell and a life to keep going with. Advertisement "I'm taking some time out to get feeling better and learn some lessons from situations I've got m...
John Humphrys: ‘I’m hugely argumentative by instinct’

John Humphrys: ‘I’m hugely argumentative by instinct’

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Media playback is unsupported on your device After 32 years of co-presenting BBC Radio 4's Today, John Humphrys knew exactly how he wanted his final programme to sound."I had told the big boss that I wanted to leave without any fuss at all," he explains. "At five minutes to nine on the morning of my last programme, I would say, 'That's it from us, oh and by the way, this is my last programme. And since I'm leaving, here are a few thoughts.'"They vetoed that, because it just wouldn't work. And they persuaded me."As a result, his last ever edition of the BBC's flagship radio news programme ended up being quite an event. Humphrys spoke to former Prime Minister David Cameron for his final 08:10 interview - the most prestigious slot of the programm...
Noel Edmonds I’m A Celeb exit branded 'fix' after he was 'holding bag' before results

Noel Edmonds I’m A Celeb exit branded 'fix' after he was 'holding bag' before results

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Last night the House Party presenter was evicted after the first vote-off but was in good spirits when joined with wife Liz Davies on the famous jingle bridge.Twitter was a sea of viewers branding the show a fix, one said: “Well that vote out was a fix if ever I saw one.”Another added: "The whole nation tweeting about how they wanted noel to stay...there's no way he got the least amount of votes #fix."Viewers were also convinced Noel was the only celeb holding his belongings before the results were announced. The 69-year-old was whisked off to the luxury Versace hotel where all the stars stay after being kicked out of the jungle. Related Articles Despite his short stint on the show, Noel was clearly fed up with the infamous beans and rice diet as a source told The Mirro...
I’m A Celebrity 2018: Harry Redknapp is getting lots of love from viewers, ex-Tottenham boss favourite to win show

I’m A Celebrity 2018: Harry Redknapp is getting lots of love from viewers, ex-Tottenham boss favourite to win show

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'ARRY WATCH The talkSPORT favourite is winning plenty of fans with his antics in the jungle Forget about the football, it’s all about I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here right now! talkSPORT is taking a keen interest in the ITV reality show this year because one of our regular (and favourite) guests, Harry Redknapp, is taking part. In fact, we’re into I’m A Celeb that much we’ve even got a podcast for you to listen to – go here if you’re interested. Harry Redknapp had never watched the show before entering it ‘Arry has only been in the jungle for a few days but he is fast becoming the most popular person in the camp it seems. The former West Ham, Portsmouth, QPR and Tottenham ...