Bill Turnbull was reading a piece on the NHS on live breakfast news when he stumbled over the word ‘clients’, it resulted in a word sounding very similar to the c-bomb!

A BBC spokesman said: “Bill unintentionally stumbled over his words and we apologise if any offence was caused.”

The BBC presenter went on to tweet this

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The Ruins of Chernobyl

The Ruins Of Pripyat, Chernobyl

The Ruins Of Pripyat, Chernobyl. Pripyat is a Ukrainian city that was home to the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. After the nuclear disaster in 1986, the city was abandoned.

Few people have returned to the area other than a brave few who couldn’t live the inner city life and perhaps didnt understand the dangers of the unseen killer and a few brave film crews and scientists to explore what has been left behind.

Filmmaker Danny Cook captured this new footage of the city of pripyat 28 years after the catastrophe.

This is perhaps what the world would look like should we as humans die out…

Postcards from Pripyat, Chernobyl from Danny Cooke on Vimeo.


New Minions Movie Trailer!

The minions movie is on its way and we couldn’t be more excited!

The much anticipated movie is due out in June of next year (2015)

Watch the trailer here and now!

RIP Lynda Bellingham

RIP Lynda Bellingham

One of Lynda Bellingham’s last interviews before her sad death from terminal bowel cancer earlier this week.

Lynda speaks wise words in her interview and tells us about her new book.

Lynda decided in August not to carry on with treatment for her cancer, she did it for herself and her family as she didn’t want them to suffer through her treatment.

Unfortunately Lynda didn’t get the chance to enjoy her last Christmas as she hoped to. Our thoughts are with her family at this incredibly tough time.

RIP Lynda, you will be missed

Mike Read withdraws UKIP Calypso song

Mike Read withdraws UKIP Calypso song

Mike Read a former BBC Radio 1 DJ has requested a song he wrote in support of the political party UKIP be withdrawn from sale following complaints from the public that it was racist.

UKIP Calypso song was performed with a mock Caribbean accent and sings the praises of party leader Nigel Farage.

Read’s Comments on the song:
“I am so sorry that the song unintentionally caused offence. It was never meant to, and I apologise unreservedly,”

“I have told the record company to withdraw the single immediately.”

The song sings the praises of Nigel Farage whilst making digs at Prime Minister David Cameron, Chancellor George Osborne and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.

The song also features the controversial lines: “The leaders committed a cardinal sin/Open the borders let them all come in/Illegal immigrants in every town/Stand up and be counted Blair and Brown.”


Man Tells Barack Obama “Dont touch my Girlfriend”

A voter tries to embarrass President Barack Obama at a polling booth, the President responds wonderfully by kissing the man’s girlfriend!

This video proves the Presidnt of the United States Of America can take a joke as well as anyone else.

Watch how this scene plays out after Mike tells Barack Obama “Don’t touch my girlfriend”

Penis On Bugatti Veyron

Vandals Paint Penis On Bugatti Veyron Worth 1.5 million

Vandal paints penis on Bugatti Veyron. Its thought the vandalism may have wipe up to half a million off the original price

A vandal on the streets of Seattle, painted a penis on a £1.5million supercar.

The irony is clear as some say such a car is an extension of a blokes manhood

The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport is the world’s most expensive production car, and does 0 to 60 in only 2.6 seconds.

The Veyron boasts 1200hp, more than many dedicated racing cars, but is in fact legal on the road.

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tube strike London

Tube strikes planned For London again…

RMT union members will strike from 9pm on Tuesday for 48 hours over long-running dispute about the number of Tube ticket office closures.

Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) have been instructed not to accept any shifts between 9pm on 14 October and 8.59pm on 16 October.

The walkout threatens travel disruption in the capital and coincides with strikes by council workers and civil servants across the country in separate disputes over pay, jobs and cuts.

RMT general secretary Mick Cash said:

“RMT negotiators have made every effort in the long-running talks to resolve a range of issues that impact on our members jobs, their pay and working conditions and the safety of the services that they provide to the travelling public”.

We hope you all manage to get through the tube strikes with as little disruption as possible. you can keep up to date with all the latest developments about the tube strikes by visiting the TFL website

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