Kate Middleton: BBC Radio 4"s Sandi Toksvig hits out at Duchess for being "very Jane Austen"

Kate has no opinions on anything: BBC presenter Sandi Toksvig hits out at Duchess of Cambridge for being 'very Jane Austen' Sandi Toksvig, 54, compared Kate to female characters of Jane Austen But Toksvig praises singer Cheryl Cole for 'still saying what she thinks' By Mark Duell PUBLISHED: 16:45 GMT, 10 March 2013 | UPDATED: 23:28 GMT, 10 March 2013 The Duchess of Cambridge does not hold a ‘single opinion’, according to Radio 4 presenter Sandi Toksvig. The 54-year-old comedienne compared Kate to the female characters of Jane Austen, who were unable to express themselves publicly because of 19th century attitudes towards women. The presenter, who hosts The News Quiz, said: ‘Kate Middleton is not enough for me.

"Mo is inspiring me to sort my life out": Olympic hero"s brother vows to change his ways after being arrested during London riots

'Mo is inspiring me to sort my life out': Olympic hero's brother vows to change his ways after being arrested during London riotsOmar Farah was jailed after the riots but his double gold medalist brother stood by himHe said while Mo was busy training for the Olympics, he was going off the rails, mixing with the wrong crowdsNow the star is now helping him to rebuild his life – where he won the 5,000m and 10,000m titles for Great Britain – had provided the inspiration for him to stay out of trouble with the police. He said the experience of being in the young offenders unit made him never want to go back, adding that he did not want to 'doss around and get in trouble with the police.' He said while Mo was busy training for the Olympics, he was going off the rails, mixing with the wrong crowds

Mo Farah: Olympic hero"s brother vows to change his was after being arrested during London riots

'Mo is inspiring me to sort my life out': Olympic hero's brother vows to change his was after being arrested during London riotsOmar Farah was jailed after the riots but his double gold medalist brother stood by himHe said while Mo was busy training for the Olympics, he was going off the rails, mixing with the wrong crowdsNow the star is now helping him to rebuild his life – where he won the 5,000m and 10,000m titles for Great Britain – had provided the inspiration for him to stay out of trouble with the police. He said the experience of being in the young offenders unit made him never want to go back, adding that he did not want to 'doss around and get in trouble with the police.' He said while Mo was busy training for the Olympics, he was going off the rails, mixing with the wrong crowds. Omar said he was caught up in the riots in August 2011 – which saw London erupt into violence and thousands of shops looted – and was arrested and charged with using or threatening violence to others near Brentford, West London.