We're all familiar with sex scandals--politicians and religious leaders seem to be busted for inappropriate liaisons on a regular basis. These stories evoke a range of responses, from disappointment to betrayal to hardened cynicism. But what happens when the scandal-maker is your favorite yoga teacher?
As a broadcast journalist, Willcox worked for ITN News for many years as a presenter and correspondent. He was the network's Arts and Media Correspondent, and after joining the news team presented the networks live reports from New York City during the 11 September terrorist attacks. In MarchWillcox played a significant role in reporting the Japanese earthquake and tsunamireporting live for the BBC from the disaster zone and then just a few weeks later reporting from Libya on the Libyan civil war.
TASMIN Lucia-Khan is accused of seducing and sexually manipulating a film boss in order to oust him from the production firm he founded. He had acquired the rights to turn best-selling Norwegian book series Morgan Kane into a big-screen blockbuster franchise, with him as the lead star. In his lawsuit filed at the Los Angeles County Superior Court on Wednesday, year-old Ryan claims Tasmin wormed her way into power by seducing him in the bedroom.
Brian Williams may have just lucked into the perfect job: On the same day NBC announced it was suspending the Nightly News anchor for claiming to have been aboard a helicopter downed by RPG fire during the Iraq War, the Daily Show 's Jon Stewart announced he would be leaving his post. The idea reportedly alarmed network heads at the time— for god's sake, man, you're a journalist, not a common comedian! But show biz may just be in his blood, He spoofed himself on 30 Rock and can be seen slow-jamming the news with Leno's replacement, Jimmy Fallon. Then Stewart, who a large swatch of the population trusts, can read the straight news while Williams waxes ironic on Comedy Central.
She controls her face and emotions as if she's on screen. She's professionally nice, like a Tory lady at a fund-raising garden fete, talks becomingly, looks squeaky clean, drinks mint tea and smiles vocationally. But she becomes visibly flustered about sex in her broken year marriage.
She is also an author and playwright and has been awarded Humanist of the year for services to humanism. Both her grandfathers were factory workers: the Rowlands branch stemmed from the lead mining villages of the Ystwyth valleyin Wales. Her great-grandfather moved to Salfordwhere he was a preacher in the Church Army.
Where in the world was he? Only a select few were in the know. The digital clocks around Studio 1A read —fifteen minutes until airtime—when executive producer Don Nash, whose youthful mien belied his almost three decades at the network, gathered everyone around.
The cuckolded husband of BBC newsreader Sophie Long was last night said to be devastated after she dumped him for her co-presenter. Miss Long, 35, is having an affair with colleague Tim Willcox, who is also married. Both broadcasters work for the BBC News 24 channel, and a source yesterday suggested they had now been banned from appearing together on screen.
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