From Nicola Millbank's Milly's Real Food Book.
Read about Tami's life and work.
Read about Tracey Birdsall's work and life.
An interview with superb actress Rula Lenska.
Our weekend in pictures.
It's such a joy to interview Abi Roberts, standup comedian, writer, actress and self-proclaimed kale lover!
Tao Porchon-Lynch, Master Yoga teacher, 98 years young, synthesizes the most positive aspects of Indian, European and American thought.
It's a joy to welcome author Alice Allan of novel Open My Eyes,That I May See Marvellous Things (Pinter & Martin £9.99) as a guest poster today.
Harriet Thorpe is a great friend and mentor to me. She's my hero.
Impressionist and comedienne, Francine Lewis rose to fame and captured the nation's hearts when she appeared on on Britain’s Got Talent in 2013 impersonating Cheryl, Stacey Solomon and Katie Price amongst others. She went on to win the public vote in the semi finals, making it through to the final.
My gorgeous friend, Harriet Thorpe: all-round superstar actress and one heck of an awesome human being, wasn't able to make my birthday dinner last Saturday night so she jumped on a train from London to see me in Leeds for a long lunch last Tuesday and we had a ball of a time.
Tuesday night saw me attend the opening night of 'The Girls' at the Grand Theatre in Leeds.
Kelle Bryan was part of Britain’s most successful R&B group ever, Eternal, selling over 10 million records, notching up 14 top 15 UK hits and four top ten albums, as well as achieving Brit Award nominations, MOBOs and Smash Hits Awards, embarking on 4 world tours and even performing for Pope Jean Paul II.
Bonjour mes amis, I'm excitingly off to the Cannes Film Festival for a long weekend away and I simply cannot wait.
So yesterday saw me head to Manchester for a special meeting with renowned modelling agency Nemesis. One of the biggest modelling agencies in the UK, they discovered and made so many of today's British stars, famous: Robbie Williams, Gary Barlow, Melanie Sykes, Vernon Kay, Michelle Keegan and as of today, they're representing little old me!
Fiona Gillies is a film producer with Scoop Films, an actress and the mother of 2 teenage boys. As well as her focus on the busines of making movies she works extensively as an actress on stage and screen. She executive produced ‘Dummy’, starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson before both producing and starring in ‘City Slacker’ with Oscar and Golden Globe nominated Tom Conti. Her latest work as a producer is ‘The Beat Beneath My Feet’ in which Luke Perry plays a washed up Rock God .