9:31 am, Fri 26 Apr 2013
Peaches Geldof has baby on mum's birthday
Peaches Geldof has given birth to her second baby - on what would have been her mother's birthday
The former wildchild, 24, who already has a son called Astala with husband Thomas Cohen, gave birth on Wednesday to a boy called Phaedra, her spokeswoman said.
Geldof's mother, Paula Yates, died of a drug overdose in 2000.
The couple married last year in Kent.
7:57 pm, Wed 25 Jul 2012 Olympic Torch last leg complete
Bob Geldof 'fed up' with Olympic traffic disruption
by Sally Biddulph: ITV News reporter
Bob Geldof arrives at the Sports For Peace Gala at the V&A Museum in London.
Bob Geldof tells me he's escaping London during the Olympics as he's already fed up with traffic disruption.
We're at a pre-Olympics party hosted by Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie at the V&A museum.
So far we have also seen Victoria Hervey, Boris Becker and Nancy Dell'Olio walk the red carpet.
5:26 pm, Tue 15 May 2012
Bob Geldof: The G8 should do more to help the food crisis
Celebrity campaigner Bob Geldof says the G8 Nations can and should do more to help countries like Ethiopia.
On a trip back to
a refugee camp near the Ethiopia -Somalia border with ITV Africa Correspondent Rohit Kachroo he blasted the world's richest nations for breaking their aid promises to the poorest.
He also talked about the concept of "food security" which is something the Obama government are set to make a number of pledges on during the G8 meeting next week. Food security is a term used to describe both the availability and access to food for the world's poorest.
Food security across the continent of Africa is being threatened by the continuing rise of food prices.
6:13 pm, Mon 14 May 2012
Bob Geldof tells ITV News: G8 leaders can end poverty
Anti-poverty campaigner Bob Geldof talking to ITV News' Africa correspondent Rohit Kachroo in Ethiopia.
Credit: ITV News
Bob Geldof tells ITV News that the G8 leaders meeting later this week are more than capable of ending poverty.
Watch our exclusive report on ITV News at 6.30 as he returns to Ethiopia to show world leaders why they shouldn't forget.