Richard Bacon - Shots from the worlds leading organisation for children UNICEF's Halloween Ball which was held at One Mayfair, 13 North Audley Street in London, United Kingdom - Thursday 30th October 2014
Richard Bacon, Victoria Derbyshire and Shelagh Fogarty are saying goodbye to BBC 5 Live.
The award winning broadcasters Victoria Derbyshire and Shelagh Fogarty, as well as the popular DJ Richard Bacon, are to leave BBC 5 Live. Derbyshire has been linked with roles at ITV and BBC News.
Adrian Chiles [L] will present a breakfast show on BBC 5 Live [Photo: Getty Images, credit: Laurence Griffith]
In a wave of changes at the corporation, the oft criticized ITV football host Adrian Chiles is to present a morning show on 5 Live on Mondays and Tuesdays, with Peter Allen hosting for the rest of the week. Tony Livesey, the former editor in chief at the Sunday Sport, is given a prominent new role co presenting the afternoon Drive show with Anna Foster.
Continue reading: Victoria Derbyshire, Richard Bacon Quit BBC 5 Live. Enter, Adrian Chiles
The much-talked-about doc gets another news push. What a coincidence.
Channel 4’s serialised documentary Benefits Street has been criticised from many corners. Some have been moved to condemn those featured in the show, while others have labelled Channel 4 and Love Productions as exploitative and irresponsible for putting the residents of James Turner Street into the public eye.
Sam and Becky were widely criticised for their role in supposed benefits fraud
But the residents of the street – who, despite many wishing death upon them and calling hem scum, scroungers and benefits cheats – are the innocent part in all this, and they’ll have the chance to speak their minds on a live debate to be aired after the final show on February 10th. It will be chaired by Richard Bacon.
Continue reading: "Poverty Porn" Benefits Steet Residents To Speak Out In Live TV Debate
The film is almost half an hour longer than 'The Force Awakens'.
The actress will no doubt be returning for the long-running FX series.
The film is expected to continue without Mendes' involvement.