Woman 'seduced by John Peel aged 15' urges BBC to continue plans to name part of HQ after late DJ By Louise Eccles PUBLISHED: 23:58 GMT, 18 January 2013 | UPDATED: 02:48 GMT, 19 January 2013 The woman who claims she had a an affair with the DJ said he did absolutely nothing wrong A woman who claims she had an affair with John Peel when she was 15 has urged the BBC to continue with plans to name part of its headquarters after the radio presenter. The BBC announced in March it would rename the Egton Wing of Broadcasting House the Peel Wing.
Former lifeguard Mark Bridger 'probably responsible for death of missing five-year-old April Jones'April went missing after she was seen getting into a car on October 1Mark Bridger will stand trial later this yearApril's parents Coral and Paul Jones attended court today /10/06/article-2213802-155CF6ED000005DC-113_306x397.jpg” width=”306″ height=”397″ alt=”Mark Bridger, 46, has pleaded not guilty to the murder of April Jones” class=”blkBorder” /> Mark Bridger, 46, has pleaded not guilty to the murder of April Jones Former lifeguard Mark Bridger is 'probably responsible' for the death of five-year-old April Jones, who went missing in mid Wales last year, a court heard today.
Humbled Queen pays tribute to 'strength of fellowship' shown during Diamond Jubilee celebrations and praises 'splendid' Olympic Games in 60th Christmas Day message Her Majesty responds to outpouring of affection shown by the nation Praised crowds who were 'undaunted by rain' during Thames Pageant'The enthusiasm which greeted the Diamond Jubilee was, of course, especially memorable for me and my family'Hails athletes and volunteer Games Makers at Olympics and ParalympicsClips shown of torchbearers, including injured paratrooper Ben ParkinsonShe said the flame was carried 'by every kind of deserving individual' | UPDATED: 02:14 GMT, 26 December 2012 The Queen has used her Christmas broadcast to respond to the outpouring of affection and enthusiasm shown by the nation during her Diamond Jubilee celebrations. She described how she was left humbled by the huge crowds that turned out to mark her historic milestone.
Two decades on, a concert for Stephen: Emeli Sande to perform alongside other high-profile acts2013 tribute concert will raise funds for charitable trust set up in the name of the murdered teenagerSoul singer will perform at O2 on April 18Other events include a memorial service, dinners and memorial lectures | UPDATED: 08:36 GMT, 21 December 2012 Victim: The SL20 concert will take place on April 18 at London's O2 arena. It will raise funds for the charity set up in the name of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence Award-winning soul singer Emeli Sande – who performed at the Olympics opening and closing ceremonies – will headline a star-studded concert to mark the 20th anniversary of the murder of Stephen Lawrence. The SL20 Concert, which will feature a number of other high profile acts, is due to take place at London’s O2 arena on April 18 next year.
Goalkeeper banned from wearing all-pink kit in tribute to cancer suffering motherJack Turner had the kit made especially to support mother and raise money Told he could not wear the strip because was not the team's 'official colours'Club was threatened with a fine if Mr Turner continued to flout the rules | UPDATED: 08:16 GMT, 17 December 2012 A goalkeeper has been banned from wearing an all-pink kit to support his cancer-stricken mother. Jack Turner, 20, who plays for Staines Town, had the garish outfit made especially to pay tribute to his mother Kim and to raise money for a breast cancer charity. He was told he could not wear the brightly coloured strip because it was not the Middlesex side's 'official colours'.
Linesman dies after being beaten and kicked 'by players from Amsterdam youth team' in front of his sonRichard Nieuwenhuizen died in hospital on Monday – a day after he was allegedly beaten and kicked by players from Amsterdam team Nieuw SlotenHis son had been playing in the game held in the town of Almere | UPDATED: 07:51 GMT, 5 December 2012 Three teenagers will be charged with manslaughter by Dutch prosecutors for allegedly taking part in an attack on a linesman at a youth football match. Volunteer linesman Richard Nieuwenhuizen died in hospital on Monday, a day after he was allegedly beaten and kicked by players from Amsterdam team Nieuw Sloten. Mr Nieuwenhuizen’s son had been playing in the game, which was held in the town of Almere