Former British wrestling champion Steve Lee Curtis wants to get British wrestling back on our screens - and he wants to do it X Factor-style.
Mr Lee Curtis - the 1987 British light-middleweight champion - is in talks with several television companies about a reality show, which would give wrestling wannabes the chance to land a professional contract.
The hopefuls would be coached by some of the sport's biggest names such as Mick McManus, Mark "Rollerball" Rocco and Tony 'Banger' Walsh.
Good news for women. While the menopause may be accompanied by uncomfortable symptoms, it should, in fact, be the most enjoyable time of our life.
This is according to former investment banker Jill Shaw Ruddock, the author of a new book which guides women through the key issues they face after the menopause. Titled The Second Half of Your Life (Vermilion), it features interviews with more than 50 influential women - including Ruby Wax, Sheila Hancock and Dame Vivienne Westwood - advising how the reader can make "the second half of their life the best half".
Author Alison Fisher has worked in an Easter egg factory, in air traffic control centre and as an EastEnders scriptwriter. Now she has turned her attention to creative writing - and successfully.
Ms Fisher, who is in her 50s, has won the Bridport Prize, an international short-story competition. Brighton-based Ms Fisher picked up the honour for The Woodcutter's Wife, a fairytale about a girl, who comes from the sea and has to go and live in a forest.
The importance of reading for children aged 11 to 13 cannot be underestimated, says award-winning children's writer Joe Craig.
The creator of the prolific Jimmy Coates series, which has sold more than 250,000 copies in 12 countries, believes this is the "key
age that children need to read".
He tells People: "This is the age - school years seven and eight - when, statistically, there is the biggest drop-off in reading, particularly among boys. There are so many distractions for them and these have a real affect.
Nikki van der Zyl has a very famous voice. The British actress (right) re-voiced many of the female voices in the James Bond films, including Ursula Andress in Dr. No, Eunice Gayson in From Russia With Love and Jane Seymour in Live And Let Die. Hardly surprising then that she has gathered an enviable collection of Bond memorabilia over the years.
Before children's adventure heroes Harry Potter, Ben 10 and Transformers, the young enjoyed much simpler pleasures. This is according to children's author Roz Tucker-Shaw.
The writer wants to take children aged between four and seven back to these "simpler days" with her new book, The Doers. Set in the late 1940s, the story focuses on a family which lived without the technology of today.
Here's one for soccer fans. You can now pay tribute to your club, and help kick racism out of football by wearing a customised T-shirt.
Aston Villa supporter David Hitchman has come up with a range of T-shirts featuring slogans such as "White Hart Lane is my Synagogue". Mr Hitchman, 30, is the founder of online company Soccerprint.co.uk. It prints a range of football-themed phrases onto T-shirts.