TODAY’S horoscope sees one star sign about to enter a more harmonious phase, while another will receive good news from family abroad. What else can you expect? Russell Grant shares his analysis
During the most recent episode of Sunday Brunch, presenters Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer were joined by McFly’s Dougie Pointer, actress Samantha Womack and comedian Al Murray. However, they also spoke to singer Pip Millett who revealed her recent music follows her
TODAY’S horoscope sees one star sign reeling from the financial hit of a flurry of social engagements, while another needs to plan their time carefully. What else can you expect? Russell Grant shares his analysis
However, this didn’t seem to bother Tim’s co-host Simon Rimmer as he happily tucked into the Wagyu beef with smoked eel donburi. After taking a mouthful, Simon commented: “Wow, wow, wow! That is spectacular, the texture, the flavour, that eel is really
TODAY’S horoscope sees one star sign discovering peace in the familiar, while another will finally get round to starting that hobby they dreamt about. What else can you expect? Russell Grant shares his analysis
Simon Rimmer is at the centre of a social media storm over the toilets at his restaurant. The Sunday Brunch presenter and chef opened Greens on Stanley Square in Sale alongside Simon Connolly earlier this month. But a social media user was
Chaired by ITV’s Julie Etchingham, the debate saw Rishi Sunak, Penny Mordant, Liz Truss, Kemi Badenoch and Tom Tugendhat distance themselves from outgoing Prime Minister Boris Johnson, with none of the candidates willing to promise the embattled leader a role in Cabinet.
TODAY’S horoscope sees one star sign reaping the benefits of a heart-to-heart conversation, while another shouldn’t rush important decisions. What else can you expect? Russell Grant shares his analysis.
The Channel 4 show Sunday Brunch saw hosts Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer joined by actors Adrian Lester and Hugo Chegwin, presenter Gareth Malone and singer Mabel. Although they all seemed excited to be on the show, fans blasted the guests for
@MadKDog shared: “The show has matured to an obvious point in human nature, where boring people become annoying. #sundaybrunch.” “F*** me ….no wonder dinosaurs became extinct #SundayBrunch,” @Laurie_Lingo quipped. However, the series has received plenty of praise from fans of Attenborough’s previous