• BBC reveals new Doctor Who star is Peter Capaldi

    The BBC revealed during a live television broadcast on Sunday that the new Doctor Who is Scottish actor Peter Capaldi. Peter, 55, is the 12th actor to play the Doctor in the long-running science fiction series. He will take over from Matt Smith, who at 26 became the youngest galaxy-hopping Time Lord who travels in the Tardis, a time machine shaped like an old-fashioned British police telephone booth.   CLICK ON PHOTOS TO VIEW DOCTOR WHO GALLERY A Doctor Who fan since childhood, Peter said that "being asked to play the Doctor is an amazing privilege." "Like the Doctor himself I find myself in a

  • Teaser for Lindsay Lohan's exclusive post-rehab interview released

    A sneak peek of Lindsay Lohan being interviewed by Oprah Winfrey after her 90-day stay in rehab can now be seen in a short teaser video. The interview by chat show queen Oprah for Oprah's Next Chapter is the first of the actress since she left rehab. It promises to be a glimpse into the actress's battle with addiction and her road to recovery and will be aired on 18 August. In the exclusive chat, Oprah asks Lindsay hard-hitting questions such as "Are you an addict?" and "What does it feel like to be both an adjective and a verb for child-star-gone-wrong?"   The Mean Girls

  • Say HELLO! to Peter Capaldi with these five facts

    It's official. After much speculation, Peter Capaldi was announced as the new Doctor Who on live television on Sunday evening. The Glaswegian actor's career has spanned over 30 years with roles in a variety of British sitcoms and dramas, including The Vicar of Dibley and Foyle's War. He is perhaps best known to TV audiences as Malcolm Tucker, star of the hit comedy series, The Thick of It. With several appearances in BBC's Torchwood and Doctor Who already under his belt, Peter's casting as the 12th Time Lord was welcomed by the show's devoted fans. He will take over from current Dr Who, Matt Smith in

  • Minnie Driver discovers her father's secret life as she takes part in BBC show

    When Minnie Driver was 12-years-old, she discovered that her father had another family. Until that point, the Hollywood actress had no idea that her mother Gaynor was actually her dad Ronnie’s mistress, and that he had been leading a double life for years. The Swansea-born businessman – who gave financial advice to the Royals, including the Queen – had another wife and children, who were, in turn, completely unaware of Minnie, her elder sister Kate or Gaynor.   CLICK ON PHOTO FOR FULL GALLERY Consequently, the star knew very little of her father's side of the family. But becoming a mother to four-year-old Henry

  • Louise Redknapp and Eternal won't reform for The Big Reunion 2014

    It's been 15 years since Eternal bowed out of the music scene - and when rumours began to swirl that the 1990's girl group were ready to pick up their microphones and take to the stage once again, their fans were delighted. However, Louise Redknapp quashed the possibility of an imminent reunion on Monday when she categorically denied that the former bandmates had signed a deal to star in next year's edition of the ITV series, The Big Reunion. "Louise has not ruled out doing something with Eternal and would love the chance to do something with the girls at some point," a spokesperson