A musical television special is set to cover the life of embattled royal, Prince Andrew. Starring comedian Harry Enfield, Prince Andrew: The Musical will focus “on the key events, relationships and controversies of Andrew’s life, including a re-imagining of the former-HRH’s bombshell interview with Emily Maitlis,” reported Variety. The hour-long special will air on Channel 4 in December.
Beatles tape returned to library 44 years late
A Beatles cassette that had been borrowed 44 years ago has been returned to a library in the US. The San Antonio Public Library in Texas said the tape, a recording of an interview with Beatles members John Lennon and Paul McCartney, was left anonymously in a book return drop box. “Luckily, we have been fine-free since October 2021, so even if you have an item to return that’s a year late, a decade late, and even four decades late, we will still accept it at NO charge," the library said on Facebook.
World’s oldest cat named
Guinness World Records has named a cat called Flossie, born in 1995, as the world’s oldest living moggy. Flossie is “deaf, mostly blind and often maintains a grumpy expression”, said The Times. A former stray, she has outlived two owners and is known to be at least 26 years and 330 days old. She is the same age as her new owner, Vicki Green, who lives in Orpington in southeast London.
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