Entertainment

Corby Radio News

22nd October 2019

Sky News

"I guess it feels necessary," says Loyle Carner. "I would hope that if someone else was in a similar situation to myself… that someone in my position would help out, because I think it’s just what you’re supposed to do."

"This country was still great when I came to the throne – all that has happened on my watch is the place has fallen apart."

Arnold Schwarzenegger has said he "always" hated politics and as a former Republican governor of California "never did what the party wanted".

A serial burglar who targeted Lord Sugar’s house in Essex during a £1.2m crime spree has been ordered to pay the businessman more than £170,000 in compensation.

Ken Loach has told Sky News he finds the Marvel superhero movies "boring" and "nothing to do with the art of cinema".

Francis Ford Coppola has denounced Marvel superhero films as "despicable", backing fellow director Martin Scorsese’s criticism of the genre, according to reports.

A homeless stalker who camped outside Harry Styles’ house and posted notes and money through his letterbox has been banned from going near the singer.

It’s the Footballers’ Wives news fans have long been waiting for – a comeback, but this time on stage.

Bill Bailey is running 10 minutes late for our interview for the most perfect Bill Bailey-esque reason.


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