I suppose one good thing to come out of all this Savile business is that the BBC will have to junk all those old Top of the Pops tapes and give us a decent live music show.
Laure Prouvost named winner in Derry
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Belfast is set to lose more air routes as Flybe announces a cut in services.
A missing shipment of highly radioactive cobalt-60, said to be able to kill within days, has been found near the spot where a stolen lorry transporting it was abandoned in central Mexico.
The head of the United Nations mission charged with destroying Syria's chemical weapons says preparations are on course to move the most dangerous chemical agents, but there are serious security issues on key roads.
Premiership Rugby shareholders are set to vote at a meeting in London on Thursday on taking part in European competitions next season.
Stuart Broad struck once during a rain-shortened first morning, with the wicket of the dangerous David Warner, in the second Ashes Test.
Worcester backrow forward Richard De Carpentier has been cleared of making contact with the eyes or eye area of Northampton's Calum Clark.
Phil Collins is going from Genesis to a resurrection - he is penning songs again, three years after retiring.
Diver Tom Daley has told how it was "love at first sight" when he met the man who now shares his life.
Imelda Staunton has revealed that she only finds out her husband's storylines in Downton Abbey by watching the show, because he does not tell her the twists in advance.