BBC viewers baffled as David Tennant drama There She Goes interrupted by voiceover in technical gaffe – The Sun

VIEWERS were left baffled last night as David Tennant drama There She Goes was interrupted by a voiceover in a technical gaffe. A BBC Two continuity announcer could be heard talking over a key moment in the show as he practised a voiceover for BSL (British Sign Language) Sign Zone. Just minutes into the episode, Rosie (Miley Locke) says the

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Terrified woman returns home to find mutant potatoes have invaded her kitchen

A WOMAN was “terrified” when she returned home to find mutant potatoes had invaded her kitchen. Donna Porée, 22, discovered the alien-like spuds with metre-long tentacles after three months of lockdown with her boyfriend. She bought the £2.25 (€2.50) bag of potatoes from a supermarket in March with the intention of cooking them for dinner. But when lockdown restrictions were

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8am Chelsea news LIVE: Blues to announce Timo Werner transfer this weekend, Rudiger tweets Kai Havertz, Chilwell latest – The Sun

CHELSEA continued their preparations for the Premier League's return with a 1-0 win over Reading as Pedro scored the only goal. And off the pitch the Blues could be about to snap up Andre Onana for £27m, while one Chelsea youngster may have accidentally confirmed that Timo Werner will join. Follow all the latest updates and transfer gossip from the

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Kobe Bryant’s wrongful death trial shouldn’t be held in LA: pilot’s lawyer

The family of the pilot who flew the helicopter that crashed, killing Kobe Bryant and his daughter in January says the NBA star’s wrongful death trial can’t be held in Los Angeles because jurors there can’t be impartial, according to a report. Widow Vanessa Bryant, who also lost her and Kobe’s 13-year-old daughter Gianna in the crash, sued both the

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Reopen wide! Dentists reopen this week but can't do fillings

Reopen wide! Dentists are set to start appointments again this week… but only a THIRD will see patients face-to-face One third of dentists reopening this week will offer face-to-face appointments  Nine in ten dentists say they lack the necessary PPE to offer routine procedures The British Dental Association says dentists will be unable to use drills for fillings  Here’s how

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Trainer Roger Fell delighted to be back racing as he prepares to run seven at Newcastle on Monday's resumption

RACING will be the envy of the sporting world on Monday when it makes its long-awaited return at Newcastle. Football, rugby and cricket are all working hard to make their own comebacks, but for a couple of weeks at least, racing will have its own window of opportunity. Newcastle might not be Ascot, Longchamp or Santa Anita, but trainers desperate

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Glastonbury Festival weekend to be honoured with past legendary sets

Glastonbury Festival’s cancelled weekend to be honoured with special BBC show looking at past legendary sets after its 50th anniversary was postponed due to the COVID-19 crisis Here’s how to help people impacted by Covid-19 Glastonbury Festival weekend is set to be honoured on the BBC in June with a lookback at past legendary sets. The music event’s 50th anniversary was cancelled

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