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The 57-year-old former "Nightline" and MSNBC host is now the BBC's religion editor.
A man tried to get an appraisal for a Banksy piece he removed from a wall but ended up getting a lecture instead.
"This is the most informative interview I've done all day," the presenter told the global health policy expert and her daughter.
Emily Maitlis is a hit on social media for dispelling the idea that the pandemic is a “great leveler” in which “everyone, rich or poor, suffers the same."
Domestic violence reports have surged during the coronavirus pandemic, prompting Victoria Derbyshire's move.
This is only the fifth time the monarch has given a special address to the nation.
The "Harry Potter" star became "the first famous person to be publicly confirmed," according to a bogus Twitter account.
British actor Amanda Henderson's one-word response on the BBC's "Celebrity Mastermind" set Twitter alight.
"The Late Late Show" host plays Bustopher Jones in the maligned film version of the famous stage musical.
The Duchess of Cambridge held a few jobs before becoming a royal.