April, the month of Avengers: Endgame and Game of Thrones - the final season!! ? Forget about Easter - April is all about the Avengers and Game of Thrones... after all - who isn't excited to find out if the Avengers can stop Thanos and more importantly... who ends up on the Iron Throne?! *spoiler alert (if not watched GOT...
Calling all Eurovision fans! The 2017 Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Ukraine’s capital city, Kyiv, which previously hosted the competition in 2005! The 13th of May 2017 is the date for the final on Saturday! Who doesn't love a bit of Cheesy pop music?! Eurovision: who is representing us this year? Lucie Jones, 25, comes from Pentyrch, a village on...
It's Comic Relief time! This year do something funny and dress outrageous to raise money for Comic Relief 2017! Friday the 24th of March is officially Red Nose Day! Yes - that's right it's that time of year where we get to accessorise our faces with a red nose all in the name of charity! Let Hollywood help you be...
It Is Time...Done your capes, put your underwear on the outside of your trousers and show off your super hero style for this year’s Children In Need extravaganza! BBC’s Children In Need is an annual charity event designed to help children nationwide. Money donated by volunteers and fundraisers goes towards funding activities, events and schemes for disabled children and disadvantaged young people. Most people know BBC Children In Need by the telethon shown on BBC One each November. This year it will be broadcasted live from Albert Square, famously the set of hit British soap Eastenders. Sir Terry Wogan will be hosting as he has been since the first televised appeal in 1980 and will of course be joined by everyone’s favourite bear, Pudsey! Pudsey has been the poster child for Children In Need since 1985 when first created by BBC graphic designer Joanna Ball. Before being re-designed a year later Pudsey was depicted with a sad expression and was also orange, rather than the sunshine yellow we know and love today. Continue reading →