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26 September 2013 0 View comments Heartache: Gloria Hunniford (pictured) broke down during a candid interview with Piers Morgan after opening up about the death of her daughter, TV presenter Caron
21 July 2013 0 View comments What do James Bond actress Gemma Arterton, Hollywood star Denzel Washington and television presenter Gloria Hunniford have in common?...In fact, all three have spoken of their belief in guardian angels. Arterton recently
15 March 2013 Her dazzling smile might suggest she is at peace with the world. But behind the faade, Gloria Hunniford has revealed she is still consumed with grief at the loss of her daughter and misses her 'hundreds of times a day'. The 72-year-old
Hunniford questions overseas aid 13 July 2012 Last updated at 05:57 ET Broadcaster Gloria Hunniford questioned why the UK puts "all that money into overseas aid and not look after the people who have worked very hard, paid their taxes" and not "
Tuesday July 10 2012 DJ and TV presener Fearne Cotton has been given a glimpse of the future after photo wizards showed how she will look on her bus pass. The presenter has been digitally aged with wrinkles and sagging cheeks to tie in with BBC1's
Anyone who sat through the improvised banalities of the recent Dominic Savage mini-series True Love might well have questioned TV's obsession with keeping it real. From the praise lavished upon HBO's uncompromising argots to the hullabaloo over
BBC1 is highlighting the problems of old age in a season of shows starting tonight. But does the corporation pay enough attention to the elderly with its programming? John Simpson and his host in BBC1's When I Get Older, 83-year-old Peggy Booth.
Three Go Mad 8pm, Channel 4 Is the River Cottage franchise finally running out of steam? Or perhaps after 15 years of raising livestock, growing food and educating the public on issues such as sustainable farming and fishing, Hugh Fearnley-
Lloyd Webber racism claims 'unfair' Andrew Lloyd Webber made his comments in this week's Radio Times Organisers of the Eurovision song contest have defended it against claims that racism has been a factor in the UK's poor record in the competition.
The BBC broadcaster John Simpson has revealed that he is making plans to take his own life rather than allow his young son to see him become a gibbering wreck in his old age. Simpson, 67, said that he had acquired pills which would allow him to