The spice of life: Sir Michael Caine reveals he eats turmeric to keep his brain sharpActor says supplement containing the spice wards off effects of ageingIndian-born wife Shakira introduced him to health benefits of turmericThe 80-year-old double Oscar winner says he has 'a memory like a computer' By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 20:58 GMT, 27 April 2013 | UPDATED: 02:27 GMT, 28 April 2013 [headerlinks Screen legend Sir Michael Caine has revealed his secret to keeping a razor-sharp brain – the Indian spice turmeric. The 80-year-old double Oscar winner says a supplement containing the spice helps him ward off the effects of ageing. Still sharp: Sir Michael Caine and his wife Shakira And Caine is grateful to his Indian-born wife of 40 years Shakira for introducing him to its health benefits.
Michael Winner's widow left with no money after his assets were frozen within 'five minutes' of his death Geraldine Winner said that she has been left with no money since JanuaryHis assets were frozen within 'five minutes' of his deathThe sale of his 60million Kensington mansion has also been put on hold By Jaymi Mccann PUBLISHED: 02:00 GMT, 24 March 2013 | UPDATED: 15:38 GMT, 24 March 2013 Michael Winner's widow has revealed that she has been left penniless after his assets were frozen immediately after his death. Geraldine Winner has not been able to draw money from the film-director's accounts since his death two months ago as they were all in his name. She told the Sunday Times: 'You know, the bank accounts were frozen
Husband loses fight to prevent wife divorcing him over a row about her map reading skills on wine tasting trip to FranceMark Howell and his wife argued after getting lost on French country roadsFamily judge admitted he has similar rows with his own wife Appeal court refused Mr Howell permission to appeal divorce By James Rush PUBLISHED: 13:12 GMT, 25 February 2013 | UPDATED: 20:10 GMT, 25 February 2013 Ruling: Property investor Mark Howell, pictured outside London's Civil Appeal Court, has been refused permission to appeal his divorce A businessman whose wife divorced him after an argument about her holiday map-reading skills has failed in a legal fight to prevent their marriage ending – despite a family judge admitting he has similar rows with his own wife. Property investor, Mark Howell, 60, and his then wife, 51-year old Nalini, argued after getting lost on country road in France while on a wine tasting trip to Burgundy, in August 2011, London's Civil Appeal Court heard
Police arrest violin teacher, 57, over historic sex abuse claims at prestigious music school where choirmaster abused former pupil Wen Zhou Li, 57, arrested by police investigating Chetham abusePolice are probing 20 reports of sexual offences reported by former pupils By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 13:05 GMT, 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 18:04 GMT, 15 February 2013 Held: Violin teacher Wen Zhou Li who came to Britain on the invitation of Yehudi Menuhin has been arrested by detectives investigating sex abuse at Chethams School of Music in the 1970s and 80s A violin teacher who came to Britain on the invitation of Yehudi Menuhin has been arrested by detectives investigating sex abuse at Chetham’s School of Music in the 1970s and 80s.
BBC's Michael Buerk blasted for calling Tess Daly a 'bird brain' in blistering attack on 'airhead colleagues'BBC veteran criticised for 'personal attack' on Strictly presenter Tess DalyMr Buerk slammed BBC's coverage of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee river pageant in a Mail on Sunday article calling it 'cringingly inept' | UPDATED: 00:15 GMT, 31 December 2012 BBC veteran Michael Buerk was criticised last night for describing Tess Daly as ‘a pneumatic bird-brain from Strictly Come Dancing’. While many agreed with his view that BBC coverage of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee river pageant was ‘cringingly inept’, they said it was wrong to single out presenters rather than bosses.
Michael Barrymore is dead – or so says Michael Barrymore: Shamed comic kills off stage persona… and admits he came close to suicide Former TV star says he has 'killed' stage persona after decade of tormentRecovering alcoholic said he now wishes to be known as Michael ParkerClaims he was 'framed for murder' after man found dead in his pool | UPDATED: 01:33 GMT, 30 December 2012 Torment: Michael Barrymore says his TV personality is dead after years of being harangued by the press and he now wishes to be known as Michael Parker Disgraced television entertainer Michael Barrymore has ‘killed’ his stage persona – after suffering a decade of torment since a man was found dead in his swimming pool.
2012: The year we felt that golden glow of resurgent Middle England (And not even my cringingly inept BBC could shatter the illusion) | UPDATED: 02:04 GMT, 30 December 2012 Analysis: Michael Buerk believes 2012 was a proud year for Britain – despite a few low moments It's difficult to pinpoint the exact moment the mood changed and impossible, even in retrospect, to explain why. For me, it came when I was standing in the drizzle, six deep in a crowd massed at a corner of a Surrey lane, waiting for my first glimpse of the London Olympics. The rain stopped
Maggie's war with treacherous Mitterrand over Exocet missile: Archive files reveal 'James Bond' plot to hijack aircraft carrying French-made weapons Leaders clashed over sale of French Exocet missiles in 1982Strain revealed in files released under 30-year rule by National ArchivesMI6 plan 'appropriate to a James Bond movie' was proposed to steal missiles | UPDATED: 11:43 GMT, 28 December 2012 In his memoirs, former Defence Secretary Sir John Nott describes France as Britain's 'greatest ally' during the Falklands War. But behind the scenes, the relationship between the two countries was strained almost to breaking point over the sale of French Exocet missiles in 1982, newly released documents reveal.
Images of starving Africans is putting off people giving money to continent: 'Band Aid image' counter-productive, warns Oxfam British public is desensitised to images of hunger, drought and diseaseOnly one in five believe they can play an active role in ending hunger Advertising portrayals branded 'depressing, manipulative and hopeless' | UPDATED: 13:21 GMT, 27 December 2012 Band Aid stereotypes of Africa are no longer moving the British public and leaving people on the continent starving, Oxfam has warned.