A problem followed by a neat solution, here. First, what Jennifer Aniston might have referred to as ‘the science bit’. In a ‘Tonight’ special at 8pm, Jonathan Maitland highlights the acute shortage of organ donors and follows a five year old as he waits for a heart. He also wonders why fewer than a third of the UK population are registered as organ donors.
Still, maybe showbiz can succeed where ad campaigns have failed. From 9pm, Dermot O’Leary will be presenting a one-off entertainment extravaganza in which the likes of Rowan Atkinson, Hugh Laurie, Pixie Lott, Harry Enfield and the cast of ‘Outnumbered’ will be pledging their support. But no vital organs in the post please. Instead, expect to be badgered to sign up to the NHS Organ Donor Register.
Once a fixture in Soho, Bill Wyman's Sticky Fingers cafe (taking its name from the Stones' album) has been serving up quality burgers, ribs and steaks, not to mention cocktails, since 1989. The move to Kensington doesn't seem to have dimmed its popularity, perhaps thanks to a special all-inclusive party menu and a three-hour happy hour. The menu is typical southern American staples – think slow-smoked beef short ribs, St Louis-cut rib, BBQ pulled pork beans and mac ’n’ cheese. You can also try an ice cream and coke float from the soda fountain, as well as freakshakes should you really want to get indulgent.
Venue says: “Come and try our smoked stack burger served with paprika spiced potatoes! Available now.”