— Will Corry (@slievemore) January 16, 2016
- BBC’s archives are set to open to paying customers with online service
- Allows viewers to buy TV programmes for as little as £1.89 per episode
- Corporation is putting 6,000 hours of its content up for sale on BBC Store
- Puts it in competition with internet giants like Amazon Prime and Apple’s iTunes
Perfectly platinum Nigella! The Domestic Goddess is famed for her raven locks... but what's this striking new look?
Her luscious raven locks have always been a defining part of her sultry image – but today Nigella Lawson unveils a striking new look.
The celebrity chef, who admitted to using cocaine, has been given special permission to work in New Zealand on a TV advert for Whittaker's chocolate.
Nigella Lawson @Nigella_Lawson has been banned from the US because of her court confession that she took cocaine. Humiliatingly, the celebrity cook was stopped from boarding a flight from Heathrow to Los Angeles, the Daily Mail can reveal today.
- U.S. authorities deny entry after TV chef's admission about cocaine use
- She was stopped from boarding and a witness says she 'did not look happy'
- Nigella was forced to confess taking class A drug under oath in trial last year
- Her TV career in America now hangs in the balance as U.S. clamps down
- U.S. can ban foreigners even if they haven't been convicted of a drug offence
— Will Corry (@slievemore) March 6, 2014
The magazine’s former food editor has posed without her familiar vamp makeup and hair, Nigella Lawson’s ‘makeup free’ Vogue cover but looking every bit as confident as she did with her ‘courtface’ on. Read more
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— Will Corry (@slievemore) December 23, 2013
Beyond the polished door-brasses of their grand, six-storey mansion in the heart of Belgravia, it was easy to believe that all was well in the lives of Nigella Lawson and her husband Charles Saatchi.
Nigella’s image of self-assured scrumptiousness seemed to offer a perfect foil to Charles’s reclusive, artsy eccentricity, even if, at fashionable tables, there was occasional talk that things were not as they seemed.
Nigella Lawson was described in court yesterday as a ‘habitual criminal’ who hid a daily cocaine habit and gave drugs to her teenage daughter.