The Changed The Way You Kissed Me star has been handed his own show by Capital Radio. 'I can't wait to get stuck in,' he said. Example's Saturday night stint starts this coming Saturday (15.02.14) at 7pm.

Cara Delevingne

Set to team up with Michelle Rodriguez to star in a remake of Thelma and Louise, the famous buddy/road movie. Rivals for Cara's spot in the new version include Kristen Stewart.

Liz Hurley

Forced to deny she had a year-long affair with former US President Bill Clinton. Hurley called the story 'totally untrue'. The source of the rumour says Clinton chatted her up with the words, 'Elizabeth, this is your Commander-in-Chief'.


Played a secret show at Camden's Electric Ballroom at midnight last night. The 'open soundcheck' came ahead of tonight's full show, at the same venue, which will be 'a lot funkier', promised the pint-sized singer.

Mushroom Rustlers

15 people are in court today charged with the illegal picking of mushrooms in Epping Forest. The official offence of 'foraging' sounds ancient, but in this case was brought in in 1979.

The No-Cash London Bus

From this summer, we won't be able to use cash to pay bus fares. Thanks to the all-conquering Oyster Card, already fewer than 1% of fares are paid in proper money and Transport for London say they'll save £130 million a year by waving goodbye to pounds and pence.

The Horse

Out slithers the snake and in trots the year of the horse as this Sunday (02.02.14) sees London's Chinese New Year celebrations - the biggest outside of Asia - ride into Leicester Square and Trafalgar Square. Fireworks, dragons, dancing lions and the horse of course are the stars of the show.

Hugh 'The Daddy' Grant

Revealed to be a father of another lovechild, this time by Swedish TV producer Anna Elisabet Eberstein, who would have been pregnant at the same Grant's other baby-mother, Tinglan Hong, had a bun in the oven.

Kate Moss

Reaping the plaudits for her first campaign for Alexander McQueen, where she turns up as a heavily made-up fantasy. Video in this link.

Prime Minister Stephen Fry

QI presenter Fry is to play Prime Minister Trevor Davies in the new series of 24 - 24: Live Another Day - which is set in a terrorist-infected London. The series is to be broadcast in May in the US and soon after in the UK.

Dr Strangelove

Just one of the films old and brand new at this year's LOCO London Comedy Film Festival, which takes place over the weekend. Venues include the BFI Southbank, the Greenwich Picturehouse, the Ritzy in Brixton and Whitechapel's Genesis cinema.

Victoria Beckham

Posh Spice and David are to spend £1 million on security as part of the revamp of their new £45 million house in Kensington. 'They will have a panic room, a 24-hour, 60-camera CCTV system they can check from anywhere in the world and fingerprint-recognition entry phones,' a source told Grazia magazine.

Alexander the Great

He's been hiding in London for years, in ancient statue form, but now the Italian government wants him back, along with around 700 other artefacts allegedly stolen from historical sites by London antique dealer Robin Symes.

David Beckham

To apear in a mini-episode of Only Fools and Horses made for Sport Relief, the BBC's charity telethon. The Beckham in Peckham skit features the sitcom's stars David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst - Del Boy and Rodney Trotter - and will be screened on 21 March.

Luisa Zissman

After dragging Dappy out of N-Dubz into the Celebrity Big Brother shower, Luisa Zissman is the subject of fresh reality TV sex revelations, with Apprentice co-star Jordan Poulton saying the pair would 'muck around until someone came to find us'. Cupboards were the venue of choice for the frisky couple, Poulton told The Sun.