Andy Whitfield: Widow of Spartacus star actor reveals the heartache behind his death from cancer

How could my big, strong TV star husband just wither away Widow of Spartacus star Andy Whitfield reveals the heartache behind his death from cancer By Kathryn Knight PUBLISHED: 21:03 GMT, 23 June 2012 | UPDATED: 14:44 GMT, 24 June 2012 Built like a warrior: Andy Whitfield as Spartacus in the television remake of the 1960 film Vashti Whitfield is sitting in the garden, explaining why her two young children get excited when a butterfly flutters past.

Professor Robert Winston: DVD guides on how to bring up baby by real experts

How to bring up baby – a no-nonsense guide by the real experts | UPDATED: 21:44 GMT, 9 June 2012 Demanding: Professor Robert Winston with his granddaughter Tzofia A set of parenting DVDs, devised by a Cambridge University child psychologist and a BBC documentary maker, is offering a balanced alternative to self-styled childcare experts.

Chris Birch: Rugby player who "woke up gay" after stroke says he"s happiest he"s ever been

I wouldn't change back: Rugby player who 'woke up gay' after stroke and now has fiance says he’s the happiest he’s ever been 'It was weird, you walk into somewhere and you go from liking that girl to liking that boy'Chris is trying to rebuild his relationship with his mother who has struggled with his personality changeChris' boyfriend believes Chris had always been gay but hadn't realised | UPDATED: 14:59 GMT, 17 April 2012 When 19-stone rugby player Chris Birch suffered a stroke during a freak accident, his life was transformed – but not in a way that anyone could have predicted.

Moebius Syndrome: Sharp-eyed viewer diagnoses her grandson with rare nerve condition after watching documentary

Sharp-eyed viewer diagnoses her grandson with rare nerve condition after watching documentaryDoctors baffled by Declan Hayton's symptoms Grandmother spots child displaying same traits on TVTwo-year-old finally diagnosed with Moebius Syndrome A grandmother was able to diagnose a toddler's one-in-a-million illness – which had left doctors baffled for years – after spotting the symptoms on television.