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Hollywood legend Liam Neeson, Chris Pratt and dealing with miscarriage from a bloke’s perspective.

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Miscarriage: A bloke’s perspective

Miscarriage: A bloke’s perspective »

I arrived at the BBC studios in Essex early one Sunday morning ready to do 14 regional interviews that would be broadcast across

The Message Trust : Still reaching the last, least and the lost after 25 years – by Peter Wooding

The Message Trust : Still reaching the last, least and the lost after 25 years – by Peter Wooding »

Andy Hawthorne was faced with a major challenge in the mid-1980s, when many of the ex-offenders he was employing were vandalising and stealing

Liam Neeson Breaks the Silence – by Jake Taylor

Liam Neeson Breaks the Silence – by Jake Taylor »

Liam Neeson isn’t a man for bull. He always calls it like it is. Like when actors who work with Martin Scorsese suddenly

John-Paul Davies

John-Paul Davies »

There has surely never been a better time to watch sport on television!

On a typical weekend you can watch at least four

Put the Spring Back in Your Step with Dr Hilary Jones’ 5 Ways To Stay Healthy

Put the Spring Back in Your Step with Dr Hilary Jones’ 5 Ways To Stay Healthy »

“Spring has finally sprung! For many, this creates the perfect opportunity to ‘spring clean’ our health,” explains TV medic Dr Hilary Jones. “Here

Grid Hospitality – by Martin Leggatt

Grid Hospitality – by Martin Leggatt »

 

Grid Hospitality have more than 40 years’ experience in the hospitality and event business and have suites at both Brands Hatch and

Chris Pratt: Passengers – by Jan Janssen

Chris Pratt: Passengers – by Jan Janssen »

Chris Pratt is the type of good-natured, self-effacing gentleman that often seems to be apologising for his success. Not that he doesn’t remember

Arsenal: More that just a football club

Arsenal: More that just a football club »

There is a side to Premier League football clubs that few are aware of. Players are often seen as overpaid prima donnas, and

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