News archive from 3 January 2017

Sleep yourself thin! Good night's sleep key to shifting Christmas pounds

Sleep yourself thin! Good night's sleep key to shifting Christmas pounds

Getting enough sleep could be the secret to slimming down, according to a study conducted by bed maker Silentnight and the University of Leeds. The study of more than 1,018 Brits found a direct correlation between poor sleep and higher BMI, suggesting...

 
Let them eat nuts: dentists want office 'cake culture' to end in 2017

Let them eat nuts: dentists want office 'cake culture' to end in 2017

As many people return to work after Christmas full of good intentions, leading dentists are urging them to make one more resolution for the new year: eat less cake in the office. The faculty of dental surgery (FDS) at the Royal College of Surgeons has...

Guardian, 00:03 in Health
 
The Archers: Terminally ill Sara Coward asks for Caroline Sterling replacement after death

The Archers: Terminally ill Sara Coward asks for Caroline Sterling replacement after death

Coward was cleared of breast cancer last year, but was diagnosed with an inoperable strain of the disease while suffering an unusual pain in her right arm. The 68-year-old hoped to keep her illness as private as possible, but was obviously forced to...

 
Gary Barlow's Let It Shine EXPOSED: Contestants BANNED from talking to judges backstage

Gary Barlow's Let It Shine EXPOSED: Contestants BANNED from talking to judges backstage

The BBC series set to rival ITV's The Voice sees Barlow and Minogue joined by Spandau Ballet's Martin Kemp and Glee's Amber Riley on the hunt to find a boyband fit enough to belt out classic Take That hits for a new stage musical, The Band.  However,...

 
Let It Shine: 'Focus on your own show' Gary Barlow's stern warning for ITV rival The Voice

Let It Shine: 'Focus on your own show' Gary Barlow's stern warning for ITV rival The Voice

ITV famously swiped The Voice from the BBC, the station which nurtured it to whopping viewing figures which will presumably follow the move to its new home with a stellar new line-up of coaches. Barlow now faces the almighty task of filling in as The...

 
Poldark battles Victoria for drama crown at the TV ‘Oscars’

Poldark battles Victoria for drama crown at the TV ‘Oscars’

BBC One’s Poldark and ITV’s Victoria left millions of viewers spellbound on Sunday nights with their gripping storylines and extravagant sets. The dramas, whose lead stars include Aidan Turner, 33, as swashbuckling Ross Poldark and Jenna Coleman, 30,...

 

Irvine Welsh to lead efforts to revive Leith Theatre

Irvine Welsh is to spearhead a campaign aimed at reviving a neglected arts venue nearly 30 years after its last show. The Trainspotting author has agreed to become patron of Leith Theatre, which played host to AC/DC, Thin Lizzy, Slade and Kraftwerk in...

 
Last night's TV reviewed: Tough days for Halcyon

Last night's TV reviewed: Tough days for Halcyon

Her father, the god of the winds, stilled the winter storms for seven days every year, so that Alcyone and all kingfishers after her, could nest on the beaches in peace. Halcyon days, then, are a brief interval of peace in the midst of storms. Set in...

 
Gary Barlow opens up on ‘indescribable’ depression battle ahead of Let It Shine debut

Gary Barlow opens up on ‘indescribable’ depression battle ahead of Let It Shine debut

The Take That superstar was famously shunned by the entertainment industry between Take That’s initial split and their mid-00s comeback, and in a new interview the 45-year-old has indicated that it’s the memory of that time that keeps him working...

 
Emmerdale: Jeff Hordley reveals Debbie Dingle’s return will bring high drama for Cain

Emmerdale: Jeff Hordley reveals Debbie Dingle’s return will bring high drama for Cain

Actress Charley, who plays Debbie Dingle, has been on maternity leave for just over a year and is set to re-appear on screens at the end of this month. Debbie’s father, Cain, is currently struggling to look after his young son, Kyle, while fruitlessly...

 
Brazil: Search for fugitives after deadly jail riot in Amazonas

Brazil: Search for fugitives after deadly jail riot in Amazonas

Police in northern Brazil are searching for dozens of inmates who escaped from an overcrowded prison complex during a riot that left 56 dead, officials say. The area in Manaus, in Amazonas state, has been isolated. Officials say 40 out of 87 fugitives...

BBC, 00:08 in World News
 

Over 1,000 Scottish schools are without sports pitches

More than 1,000 Scottish schools – including 8 per cent of secondaries – have no outdoor sports facilities, it has emerged. Figures from SportScotland, the national agency for sport, show 40 per cent of schools are without any kind of outdoor...

Scotsman, 00:09 in Politics
 

Budget cuts blamed for rise in Scottish trials being adjourned

A controversial programme of court closures has been blamed for a large rise in the number of trials being adjourned. Figures from the Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service show there had been a 66 per cent rise in the number of trials put off due to...

Scotsman, 00:09 in Politics
 

Paris Gourtsoyannis: 20-year wait for scrutiny is too long

A political milestone was passed in the lull between Christmas and New Year, when most of the country had its feet up in front of the TV and was too comfortable to notice. Margaret Thatcher appeared on front pages and at the top of news bulletins for...

Scotsman, 00:09 in Politics
 

Corbyn told SNP pact is Labour’s only way to power

Labour has “almost no chance” of winning a majority at the next general election and must seek a coalition with the Liberal Democrats and the SNP, according to analysis by a think tank. The report by the Fabian Society follows a warning from Jeremy...

Scotsman, 00:09 in Politics
 


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