Five celebs (well, you be the judge - apart from relative megastar Julian, the rest this week were actor Tom Davis, TV presenter/ model Laura Whitmore, Sky Sports' Chris "Unbelievable" Kamara and journo
Rachel Johnson) put their credit cards in the centre of the table and play some silly games.
Joe had tweeted a picture of himself on the phone "with a journo
" and said he was discussing Liverpool's support for vulnerable people.
Karachi -- Ex-captain, BCB board director and Cricket Operation's chairman Akram Khan clarified the reasons of minimizing the contracted players' list to journo
failed completely and had to share my meal.
One woman journo
who'd seen the documentary, and was inspired by it, happened to be on The Man of Steel's entourage when he last visited China.
(2014, 12) State of Play Tue 10pm ITV4 Inspired by the 2003 British TV series, the sexed-up silver screen version has Russell Crowe as a journo
reporting on the death of a congressional aide.
The others are Hollyoaks actress Jorgie Porter (pictured), former Premier League footballer Kieron Dyer, presenter Yvette Fielding, socialite Lady Colin Campbell, fashion journo
Susannah Constantine, Spandau Ballet's Tony Hadley, The X Factor's choreographer Brian Friedman, Union J singer George Shelley and Dragon Duncan Bannatyne.
It was sold as the best Campendonk that was ever sold." The journo
PHILOMENA Sky Movies Greats 10.30AM Jaded journo
Steve Coogan helps retired Irish nurse Judi Dench search for the son who was taken from her 50 years ago.
Journalists looking to showcase their writing on a digital platform should check out Journo
Martin Sixsmith (played by Coogan himself) begins as a cynical snob, and the working-class woman looking for the child stolen from her 50 years ago, Philomena Lee, surprises him with her worldliness, experience and tolerance.
"It's difficult to get laws changed when politicians are bought out, but we have to start somewhere," said Amy Journo
, 38, an occupational therapist whose two sons, ages 5 and 7, attended Sandy Hook.