Michael Ball

His duet with Michael Ball on You'll Never Walk Alone hit the top spot on Friday.
Captain Tom Moore, the 99-year-old British war veteran who has raised more than £28 million pounds for the NHS is topping the charts with his new charity single, singing alongside the NHS Voice of Care Choir and Michael Ball, singing the 1963 hit ‘You'll Never Walk Alone’.
With just three stars left in the competition, we *think* we've got them all worked out.
He died in Switzerland after a battle with cancer.
Announcing the news of his death, Roger’s children, Deborah, Geoffrey and Christian, said in a statement: “The love with
Earlier this year, two musical giants announced they would be recording an album and embarking on a UK wide tour at the beginning
Apparently 60 is the new 40 and because we are living longer, healthier lives we all have to redefine our ideas on what middle
If you are on the front row and dancing, how does that affect others behind you? Alternatively, if you have paid a lot of money to sit on the front row, how do you feel if a lot of people come and stand in front of you for half the concert?
From the heap of slain corpses deep in the cellar of a pie shop, Jonathan Kent breathes fresh life into the latest production of this timeless classic, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.
Friday The Joy Of Disco - BBC4, 9pm It's not all glitterballs and flares - this BBC4 documentary explores the birth of disco