Julian Cook's science laboratory

Like Usain Bolt, supersymmetry is a stunning example of complex physics that makes us all positively cry out with happiness when it appears before us on Sunday daytime programming.

Harry Redknapp's Desert Island Discs

I'm big pals with Patrick Mower - we goes back a long way to the days when I was managing Bournemouth and running me A2B2C mini cab business out of Southend.

Power Thinking, with Dr Morris O'Connor

STICKS and stones may break their bones but names, long-term harassment and fits of yelling are just some of the techniques you can use to break employees down mentally.

Power Thinking, with Dr Morris O'Connor

The public clearly don't trust Mr Cameron, which seems crazy to me. The man exudes CEO.

Karen Fenessey's Tottenham Diary

LIKE you, I am appalled by London’s recent events. But it was only after reading Russell Brand's hauntingly beautiful poem about the riots that I realised one woman is not an island.

Dr Julian Cook's science laboratory

Thelma and Louise drove across America chasing their dream, which ultimately proved unattainable. Their frustration is shared by scientists who try to travel into the past.

Power Thinking, with Dr Morris O'Connor

I had to shoot a Labrador to overcome my fears. It let my then business partner know what I was capable of, but it might not be so simple for you.

One woman's week, with Karen Fenessey

Journalists these days are being persecuted like never before and are in danger of losing all the freedom they once had to smoke out evil celebrities.

Power Thinking, with Dr Morris O'Connor

I resisted organisation for so long for fear it would make me less sexy, but ironically it's sexual organisation that has most enhanced my personal life the most.

Rebekah Brooks' Desert Island Discs

AS you may have noticed, Walking On The Moon by the police is currently playing. It is, of course, inconceivable that I knew this record would be one of my choices.

Power Thinking, with Dr Morris O'Connor

'Good morning handsome, you giant mountain of sexual satisfaction, supported by two thighs so muscular in nature they could be mistaken for those of an elk'.

Dr Julian Cook's science laboratory

The problem with asteroids and Ms Katona is that both can be elusive.