Two senior Doctor Who staff 'used their jobs to sexually exploit young male fans of BBC show in 1980s' Producer John Nathan-Turner 'groomed young men who visited studios' Production manager Gary Downie was also involved, new book claimsBook claims JNT once engaged in sex act in BBC office while on phone By Rebecca Evans PUBLISHED: 16:21 GMT, 24 March 2013 | UPDATED: 23:18 GMT, 24 March 2013 The BBC faces a new sex scandal over claims two senior Doctor Who staff abused their positions to exploit fans. A book alleges the show’s longest-serving producer, John Nathan-Turner, and his partner, production manager Gary Downie, preyed on young male fans in the 1980s.
Mob of 50 Nazis attacks group of Tottenham fans in French bar ahead of European cup match Around 150 fans were attacked by mob of 50 in Lyon's Smoking Dog pubThugs said to have been making Nazi salutes and threw flare into the pubWitnesses said three fans were taken to hospital, one with a head injurySpurs fans were ambushed in Rome last year ahead of game against Lazio /11/24/article-2237760-1628D8B8000005DC-793_634x418.jpg” width=”634″ height=”418″ alt=”Brutal: Ten supporters were hurt and one seriously injured in the Rome attack, while two Roma fans were charged with attempted murder” class=”blkBorder” /> Brutal: Ten supporters were hurt and one seriously injured in the Rome attack, while two Roma fans were charged with attempted murder In the last decade English football fans have been the subject of a series of knife attacks when going to support their team at games in Rome In November, some were ambushed inside a pub in Rome on the eve of their game against Lazio. Tottenham fan James Taylor drove through the night from his home in Ilford, Essex, to attend tonight's Europa League second round second leg clash
Gangam Style becomes first video to reach ONE BILLION views on YouTube five months after it was uploaded Gangnam Style has now been watched one billion times on YouTubeThe smash hit has overtaken Justin Bieber's Baby as the website's most-viewed video PUBLISHED: 18:10 GMT, 21 December 2012 | UPDATED: 18:58 GMT, 21 December 2012 Pop sensation: South Korean rapper Psy's video for his global hit Gangnam Style has become the first to reach one billion views on YouTube South Korean pop sensation Gangnam Style has become the first video to reach one billion views on YouTube. The video by pop star PSY was uploaded in July, and shows the singer making fun of the extravagant lifestyle of the residents of Gangnam, the neighbourhood where he grew up in the capital, Seoul.