Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley have refused to speak to Chris Evans over his job on The One Show, the presenter has claimed.
CHRIS Evans promised listeners a "long but pleasant ride" as he replaced Sir Terry Wogan in the Radio 2 hot-seat yesterday.
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DJ CHRIS Evans and actor Billie Piper were yesterday granted a "quickie" divorce in London.
BILLIE Piper says she will not be taking any cash from Chris Evans, her multimillionaire ex-husband.
RADIO DJ Chris Evans thanked the BBC for giving him a "second chance" after he was named Music Radio Personality of the Year.
COMEBACK king Chris Evans was named Music Radio Personality of the Year last night at the Sony awards, the industry's answer to the Oscars.
CHRIS Evans is to take over Johnnie Walker's Radio 2 drivetime show. It will be his first daily radio show since being sacked by Virgin in 2001.
CHRIS EVANS is to take over Johnnie Walker's Radio 2 drivetime show, it was announced today.
MEDIA mogul Chris Evans has been accused of failing to give a teenage golfer a promised £10,000 diamond.
CHRIS Evans is driving to his local, along the leafy roads of an extremely swish part of Surrey, and talking about his incredible stroke of good fortune.
CHRIS EVANS yesterday flamboyantly marked his return to broadcasting's upper echelons by signing a contract for a BBC Radio 2 show in front of a live audience at the Radio Festival in Edinburgh, saying: "I can't wait. Radio 2 is a great place to be, it's a great station and it's as big as it gets."
DJ and television presenter Chris Evans is no stranger to controversy.
ENTERTAINER Chris Evans will be hoping his luck holds today as two lottery shows from his TV stable take to the airwaves.
IF THE likelihood of a successful television comeback were in proportion to the predictions about it, then Chris Evans would be laughing his way through the schedules.
CHRIS Evans is to pay £7 million to the owners of Virgin Radio following his failed multi-million-pound damages claim against the station.
MILLIONAIRE ex-DJ Chris Evans is to pay £7 million to the owners of Virgin Radio following his failed multi-million damages claim against the station, it was announced today.
EVEN among the huge fees charged in London, a costs award of £1 million was newsworthy in its own right. The man clutching the bill was Chris Evans, over his ill-fated attempt to challenge his sacking by the Scottish Media Group from Virgin Radio.
CHRIS Evans was yesterday ordered to pay £1 million towards Virgin Radio’s legal costs over his failed multi-million damages claim against the station. Mr Justice Lightman also ordered an inquiry over the damages sustained by Virgin Radio because of the former DJ’s breaches of his contract to present the station’s breakfast show.
CHRIS Evans shrugged off his failed multi-million pound damages battle against Virgin Radio last night - defiantly claiming he could "afford to lose" the cash.
IF CHAMPAGNE corks were popping at Virgin Radio’s London headquarters last Thursday after the defeat of Chris Evans in the high court, hangovers were not in evidence on Friday morning.