Golden Girls call it a day: Betty and Beryl, the radio presenters with a combined age of 176 wave goodbye to their fans after final Christmas Day show

Golden Girls call it a day: Betty and Beryl, the radio presenters with a combined age of 176, wave goodbye to their fans after final Christmas Day showBeryl Renwick, 86, and Betty Smith, 91, scooped a prestigious Sony Radio Award for their show on BBC HumbersideBut after six years the firm friends have decided to hang up their mikes | UPDATED: 11:11 GMT, 25 December 2012 They don't think much of David Beckham, Lady Gaga and don't get them started on the Rolling Stones. But for the past six years two pensioners from Hull have become household names thanks to their popular, no nonsense and heartwarming radio show. Now Beryl Renwick, 86, and Betty Smith, 91, who with a combined age of 176 were a surprise hit at this year's prestigious Sony Radio Awards, are getting ready to hang up their mikes at BBC Radio Humberside.

Kate Middleton prank call: So who signed off Australian DJs hoax that ended in tragedy?

So who signed off the hoax call that ended in tragedy Australian radio station refuses to identify executive who approved broadcast DJs face international outcry after suicide of nurse who put call throughBut they refuse to specify which lawyers and producers approved hoaxShow's producer in hiding as all company staff banned from speaking out | UPDATED: 18:39 GMT, 10 December 2012 In the wake of the hoax call to the Duchess of Cambridge's hospital which drove a nurse to suicide, the Australian DJs responsible for the prank have come under huge pressure for their role in the tragic incident. However, while it was Mel Greig and Michael Christian who actually made the fateful phone call, it is unclear who was responsible for signing off on the cruel hoax.

Kate Middleton pregnant: Casual Prince William arrives at hospital for third day

Casual Wills spends five hours at hospital visiting pregnant Kate for third day as they face up to possibility he may have to go back on RAF duty while she stays in London Prince William back at Kate's bedside as couple face next few months apart He must return to Wales, but Kate stays in London to receive 'best care'Wills comforts wife as hospital releases her private details to prank callersAustralian radio DJs trick nurse by pretending they are Queen and CharlesSt James's Palace is 'furious' after early-hours stunt by 2Day FM presenters | UPDATED: 20:40 GMT, 5 December 2012 Dressed casually and visibly more relaxed than we have recently seen him, Prince William has spent a third day at hospital at his pregnant wife's bedside. The Duchess of Cambridge, 30, has been on a drip in the King Edward VII Hospital in London, after being admitted on Monday with an acute – and potentially dangerous – form of morning sickness. The Prince left shortly after 5pm tonight having spent five hours at his wife's bedside

Wimbledon Park Golf Club in turmoil as members accuse their champ of cheating

Exclusive London golf club in turmoil as members accuse their champ of cheating Top player at Wimbledon Park Golf Club accused of using foul language and cheating | UPDATED: 08:57 GMT, 3 December 2012 Established under the reign of Queen Victoria, Wimbledon Park Golf Club has hosted some of the finest players the sport has ever created.

No, Mr Tubby Tycoon, dodging your tax tab is NOT a jolly clever wheeze

No, Mr Tubby Tycoon, dodging your tax tab is NOT a jolly clever wheeze | UPDATED: 00:37 GMT, 2 December 2012 Toughening up: The Government has said it wants to do more to combat tax-avoidance scheme which are estimated to cost the UK billions every year in lost revenue The Government, pressured by the Liberal Democrats, appears intent on tackling tax avoidance. Revelations about the lengths individuals and corporations go in order to avoid paying their fair share have reminded me of an evening in 2008 that I spent on the same dinner table as a minor-league oligarch. We were at a French film festival and this gentleman spent a long time boasting how he'd jetted in privately from Moscow.