The series follows a grieving widow who has lost her husband.
Gerald Wiener, who has died aged 97, arrived in Britain as a penniless 12-year-old refugee from Nazi Germany on a Kindertransport and went on to become a distinguished scientist working on the genetics of farm animals at what would later be merged into the Roslin Institute, where he assembled a team that included many of the scientists who would go on to clone Dolly the Sheep.
Zimbabwe hold off a fightback from Ireland to secure a dramatic, last-ball victory in their T20 series opener in Harare.
Tony Allen, who has died of cancer aged 78, was one of the founders of the “alternative comedy” movement and credited by other practitioners with pioneering the opinionated, politically correct anti-Thatcher radicalism that became its hallmark in the 1980s.
Right now, Voices for Children could use your help. They're hoping to bring the holidays to children in the Hillsborough County foster care system. They're hoping to help around 3,000 kids in Hillsborough County get a Christmas. Every year, the nonprofit hosts a holiday shop where advocates can shop for their foster kids, and they need gifts to make this possible.
European Union leaders are conscious of how "existential" financial aid is to Ukraine and will honour their commitments, a senior official said on Friday, less than a week before a summit where billions in aid for Kyiv hang in balance. Ahead of the year's final summit of EU leaders in Brussels on Dec. 14-15, Hungary has threatened to veto a proposal for the bloc to grant 50 billion euros in budget aid to Kyiv through 2027, and another one to start membership talks with Ukraine. Failure to deliver on those promises would be seen as a major political blow in Ukraine, exhausted from fighting against a large-scale Russian military invasion since February, 2022.
Emma Stone and Mark Ruffalo on their 'outrageous' sex scenes and the central journey of self-discovery in Oscar-contender dark comedy "Poor Things."
For the past 70 years, preserving your family memories has been the job of a local business. Golden Triangle is full of its own history. The company started on MacDill Avenue in 1953 as a camera store, developing and printing pictures.
Keeping It Up: The Story of Viagra BBC Two, 9pm This entertainingly uplifting documentary traces the history of the little blue pill that, 25 years ago, revolutionised the treatment (and, arguably, perception) of impotence. There’s much that verges on the farcical here, such as the accidental discovery by Pfizer scientists – in Merthyr Tydfil – of Viagra’s key effect when some hard-up former miners, guinea pigs for a new anti-stroke medicine, didn’t want to hand over their surplus pills when the
A budget-friendly alternative that still allows you to enjoy a little luxury a day in the lead-up to Christmas.
Thousands of people lined the streets of Dublin on Friday to say goodbye to The Pogues front man Shane MacGowan as his funeral procession wound through the Irish capital. MacGowan died Nov. 30 at the age of 65 after a lifetime of drinking, carousing and writing songs that fused Irish tradition with the spirit of punk. Crowds applauded as a horse-drawn glass-sided carriage bore MacGowan’s coffin, draped in an Irish tricolor, through the streets, and some people sang the folk song “Dirty Old Town,” recorded by The Pogues in the 1980s.
A beloved fantasy game swept the awards, but there was one huge shock snub
The second set of charges against the president’s son allege he spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on ‘women’, ‘clothing’ and ‘accessories’ rather than paying his tax bill. Plus, the Golden Gate Bridge is finally getting a safety net
A review will 'specifically look at the issue of criminal prosecution of the licence fee'
Big tech, mining and pharma stocks were making moves on Friday.
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Case of Alhassane Bangoura in Lanzarote highlights Europe-wide failure as authorities struggle to cope with scale of deaths
Controversial former Trump aide Stephen Miller’s legal group is seeking lawyers with total fealty to ex-president
Peregrine first in series involving private spacecraft as conflict between scientific and commercial lunar interests looms
Bodies also piling up in morgues across continent as countries accused of failing to meet human rights obligations