Who were you least likely to see topless this year A laugh-out-loud news quiz by Steve Punt of Radio 4's The Now Show8. What reached an all-time low in mid-SeptemberWho was the shock recipient of the Nobel Peace PrizeWhat French headline summed up Bradley Wiggins' popularity in FranceHarry Redknapp's Monaco bank account was held in whose name | UPDATED: 02:26 GMT, 29 December 2012 Quiz master: The Now Show's Steve Punt has come up with his own news quiz of 2012 1.
Charlie Brooks spills the beans at Christmas party | UPDATED: 00:56 GMT, 19 December 2012 Currently on remand for conspiracy to pervert the course of justice, racehorse trainer Charlie Brooks – adoring husband of flame-haired former News International boss Rebekah Brooks – told guests at a Christmas party yesterday: ‘I was leaving the house for the first day of Cheltenham when 18 bobbies turned up.
Husband who used white spirit to burn wife to death after 'trivial and absurd' row over his Christmas presents is jailed for eight years55-year-old had denied murdering his wife but was found guilty of manslaughter by a jury Angry husband splashed white spirit over wife's nightdress and flicked open a cigarette lighterShe died in hospital four days later from the effects of the burns and inhaling fumes | UPDATED: 22:31 GMT, 14 December 2012 A husband who killed his wife by pouring white spirit over her and setting her alight following a 'trivial and absurd' row over his Christmas presents has been jailed for eight years. Following the argument, out-of-work joiner Stephen Eastwood, 55, packed a holdall with clothes which his librarian wife Angela, 56, had given him for Christmas and threatened to stay with relatives.
Husband 'murdered wife by pouring white spirits over her and setting it on fire after row about clothes' | UPDATED: 21:40 GMT, 3 December 2012 A husband killed his wife by pouring white spirit over her and setting it alight, prosecutors have said. Stephen Eastwood, 55, attacked his wife of 10 years, Angela, 56, at their home in Thurcroft, Rotherham, a jury at Sheffield Crown Court was told today. The court heard Mrs Eastwood did not go to hospital immediately and may not have appreciated at first how serious the burns were to her face, neck and chest