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Roman Kemp to front young male mental health and suicide documentary

Roman Kemp to front young male mental health and suicide documentary

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Radio presenter Roman Kemp is to front a documentary exploring mental health issues and suicide in young men."There is a growing mental health crisis going on right now, and without the right support, the results can be tragic," said Kemp.Roman Kemp: Our Silent Emergency (working title) will be broadcast on BBC Three.It will explore what can be done to encourage people to seek help, and what preventative action can be taken.The programme will also look at the lasting impact that mental health issues and suicide can have on the friends and families of those involved.Kemp pays tearful tribute to 'genius' producer JoeIs the 'Man up' message costing men their lives?Kemp added that he wanted to "bring attention to a subject that is affecting thousands of young men across the country, and show t...
Kal Yafai, Britain’s longest-reigning world champion, loses WBA super-flyweight title with loss to Roman ‘Chocolatito’ Gonzalez – WATCH brilliant KO

Kal Yafai, Britain’s longest-reigning world champion, loses WBA super-flyweight title with loss to Roman ‘Chocolatito’ Gonzalez – WATCH brilliant KO

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Kal Yafai, Britain’s longest-reigning world champion, has finally lost his WBA super-flyweight crown to Roman Gonzalez. Yafai failed in his sixth defence of the title, suffering a first career defeat to ‘Chocolatitio’ who KOd him with crushing right in the ninth round. The Nicaraguan had dropped Yafai the prior round, but it was his strong right which finally ended the bout by TKO. You can watch the impressive knockout, below… 💥 CHOCOLATITO KO's YAFAI! 💥 Roman Gonzalez proves that he's still a world class operator by knocking out Kal Yafai with a huge right hand in the 9th round 📺 Mikey Garcia v Jessie Vargas is next on Sky Sports Arena! pic.twitter.com/UvIaJpTNVV — Sky Sports Boxing (@SkySportsBoxing) March 1, 2020 30-year-old Yafai, from Birmingham, had targeted a major fight having o...
Roman Polanski: Actress walkout as he wins best director at ‘French Oscars’

Roman Polanski: Actress walkout as he wins best director at ‘French Oscars’

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Several actresses have walked out of the César awards ceremony in Paris after Roman Polanski, who was convicted of the statutory rape of a 13 year old in 1977, won best director.The awards - France's equivalent of the Oscars - have been mired in controversy after Polanski's An Officer and a Spy received 12 nominations.The Polish-French director fled the US after his rape conviction in the 1970s. He has since faced other accusations of sexual assault. The slow-burning Polanski saga Actress's MeToo moment shocks French cinema An Officer and a Spy, or J'accuse in French, is about the Dreyfus affair in 19th Century France and won a total of three awards on Friday night. Polanski and members of his crew did not attend the event, with ...
Watch: Survivor Series: WWE posts video of every Sole Survivor with Roman Reigns, The Rock

Watch: Survivor Series: WWE posts video of every Sole Survivor with Roman Reigns, The Rock

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Nov. 22 (UPI) -- WWE released on Friday a montage of every Sole Survivor in history from their long-running Survivor Series pay-per-view event. Survivor Series, which was launched in 1987, is an annual November event featuring Tag Team Elimination matches using groups of five. The Sole Survivor represents the last remaining member of a group who was able to win the match for his team. The clip features iconic moments with legendary wrestlers and WWE stars of today including how Andre the Giant was the first Sole Survivor in 1987. Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson was also a Sole Survivor in 1996 during his first-ever WWE match. The Hollywood star originally went by Rocky Maivia and sported curly hair. Randy Orton was impressively the Sole Survivor in 2003, 2004 and 2005. Nia Jax was the latest S...
Roman Polanski film premieres at Venice amid controversy

Roman Polanski film premieres at Venice amid controversy

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Roman Polanski's new film has had its premiere at the Venice Film Festival, despite controversy over its inclusion.Argentine director Lucrezia Martel, who is chairing the festival's jury, said she did not want to "congratulate" the director and that his participation in the festival made her "uncomfortable". Polanski, who is wanted in the US after admitting to sex with a minor in 1977, did not attend the screening.J'Accuse (An Officer and a Spy) stars Oscar-winning actor Jean Dujardin. Martel later stressed she had no "prejudice" against Polanski's film, and would see it after the gala premiere.The film is a historical thriller telling the true story of French Jewish arm...