Breaking News! London Film Festival has just announced its line up for 2018 which includes UK film Been So Long which features Crowns Claire Freeman as Music Supervisor. Been So Long is screening as one of ten special presentations in the festival. The film was directed by Tinge Krishnan and stars Michaela Coel & Arinze Kene. You can read more here.
Congratulations to Stephy Mavididi, who has signed with Juventus from Arsenal on a permanent transfer. The 20-year-old forward will initially join the Italian side's 'B' team. Stephy has previously spent time on loan at Preston North End, and also had two spells at Charlton Athletic, where he spent the second half of last season. He is an England youth international having played up to under-20 level. Stephy made his debut for Juventus U23’s on Tuesday in the Coppa Italia Ser
Stacey visited McDonald's for one of their family fun days with her sons Zachary and Leighton. From play areas and table service to thousands of free events, McDonald's are focused on making a visit easy and enjoyable for the whole family. They have thousands of free events to delight the whole family. From games and activities with the friendly Happy Crew at the Family Fun Days to fun and photos with characters from Happy Meal promotions at Character Visits. See what Stacey
Dr Hazel Wallace - Specsavers Dr Hazel Wallace has teamed up with Specsavers for a campaign about contact lenses - Hazel wanted to show contact lenses usage and how wearing them can help improve your life especially in every area of your life, for example during fitness and cooking. Craig Mitch - Premier League Craig Mitch signs another season with the Premier League as Kick-Off presenter. Premier League is back this weekend and Craig starts the season at St James Park for Ne
Ryan Edwards and Plymouth Argyle kicked their 2018/19 season campaign off at the weekend and what better way to return to football than with a goal. The centre-back opened the scoring in Argyle’s first League One match of the season and Ryan's first game since undergoing surgery for testicular cancer in January. The result left Ryan with bitter-sweet feelings. “At the time, it was a good feeling, a great feeling, a sort of welcome back,” he said, “but it stands for nothing no