Stephen Fry and Carol Vorderman have been taking part in an experiment to grow portraits using their own bacteria.
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Stephen Fry will narrate one of the UK's first same-sex weddings which will be conducted in the form of a musical and broadcast by Channel 4.
Composer Benjamin Till and West End stage star Nathan Taylor are writing the entire ceremony as a musical with all the vows and readings to be sung.
Our Gay Wedding: The Musical will feature set-pieces from family and Fry said there will be appearances from "surprise guest stars and showbiz legends".
The QI quizmaster will introduce the 60-minute programme as well as adding his commentary.
John Hay, commissioning editor for arts, said, "We are proud to be marking a huge milestone for gay rights - a cause that has long been close to Channel 4's heart."
A teaser trailer has been released to preview the comeback of Emmy award-winning drama 24.
The new series - 24: Live Another Day - which will be back on US screens in May, shows Kiefer Sutherland's character Jack Bauer attempting to thwart a terror attack in London.
Actor Stephen Fry is to play the Prime Minister in a high-profile recurring role in Fox’s TV series 24: Live Another Day, it has been announced.
The next chapter in the 24 franchise, picks up four years after the series finale, which left Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) as a fugitive from justice in London.
Fry will play a charismatic leader Trevor Davies, whose friendship with President Heller (William Devane), sees the special relationship come under immense pressure because of personal and political crises.
Oh how sad John Fortune has died. He was in the first play I was ever in, 40 Years On. Huge influence on the satire boom. Loved parrots too
A charity is holding an auction of seven sets of Russian dolls featuring British gay icons in order to raise money for its work with the LGBT community in Russia.
The hand-painted icons featured on the dolls are: Elton John, George Michael, Stephen Fry, Graham Norton and Tom Daly.
The Kaleidoscope Trust says it commissioned the limited edition dolls in order to "stick two fingers up at homophobia in Russia this Christmas".
You can bid for the dolls online at www.torussiawithlove.co.uk from tomorrow until December 22nd.
Stephen Fry has been named as the nation's ideal holiday companion.
The broadcaster and writer beat off competition from David Beckham, Kelly Brook and Keith Lemon to claim the top spot in the poll for the Radio Times.
Second place in the search for a perfect getaway friend went to David Beckham, with Michael Palin - who will soon rejoin Monty Python for a series of shows to be staged in 2014 - in third with David Attenborough placed in ninth position.
Jade Bremner, Radio Times travel editor, said: "I'm not surprised at all, Stephen Fry is a born traveller and would charm the pants off anyone you'd meet on your trip.
"The last thing you want when you're travelling is to be stuck with someone who can't laugh when things, often inevitably, go wrong."
David Cameron and Stephen Fry have reportedly met in the back room of a London pub to discuss the Prime Minister's decision not to endorse a boycott of the Winter Olympics in Sochi over Russia's treatment of gay people.
The Mail on Sunday quoted "well-placed sources" who said the politician and actor had a "very pleasant discussion" at The Grapes pub in London's East End on Monday evening.
The reported summit came days after the pair publicly exchanged their differing views on Twitter, triggered by Mr Fry calling for the snub.
The Prime Minister said last week that he believes it would be "better to challenge prejudice as we attend" the Winter Olympics in Russia, as calls from athletes to boycott it over its anti-gay laws continue.
Russia's pole vault world champion Yelena Isinbayeva defended the country's controversial new law, however, British heptathlete Louise Hazel said the Russian's position as ambassador for the Youth Olympics was now "ridiculous".
In response to a letter Stephen Fry wrote urging him to back the boycott, David Cameron wrote on Twitter: "I share your deep concern about the abuse of gay people in Russia...However, I believe we can better challenge prejudice as we attend, rather than boycotting the Winter Olympics".
Broadcaster Stephen Fry suggested athletes at the Winter Olympics in Sochi should create a crossed-arm "symbol" during the Games to show support for gay people in Russia.
"All athletes in the games should find a symbol - during their performance or at the end of it, and certainly on the medial podium - to show they are thinking of the gay people of Russia," Fry told BBC News at an LGBT rally in central London.
He suggested athletes could adpot a "simple" symbol of crossing their arms while holding their shoulders.
"It would just take some of the sweetness of victory out of Vladmir Putin's mouth," said Fry.