SIR David Attenborough has said he may stop working when he “can’t walk up and down steps any more”, but that he is fine at the moment.

The 91-year-old broadcaster and naturalist has also said the thought of not working fills him with “dread”.

Sir David revealed that, in his new documentary, he was asked to walk up a spiral staircase several times in order to get the right shot.

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JUSTIN Timberlake has delighted fans by finally unveiling the name of his forthcoming new album as Man Of The Woods.

In a video teaser for the record, Timberlake offers fans a sneak preview of what to expect, with snippets of music playing over clips of him walking through fields and a snowy landscape.

His wife, actress Jessica Biel, also makes a brief appearance in the video, as does producer and rapper Pharrell Williams, who describes one of the album’s songs as a “smash”.

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PROSECUTORS are considering bringing charges against disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein after police in Beverly Hills handed over two investigations.

They are believed to be the first cases considered by prosecutors since dozens of women came forward to accuse the producer of sexual harassment and assault.

Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced the development on Tuesday, but did not discuss specifics of the allegations.

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TV viewers have tipped former detective constable Maggie Oliver to win this year’s Celebrity Big Brother following the 2018 series launch.

The ex-officer, who resigned after 16 years with the police following its handling of the Rochdale sex abuse scandal, was one of the first housemates to join the Channel 5 reality show during its live opening on Tuesday night.

Her involvement in the case saw her encourage young victims to step forward to contact police about their ordeals. She was later portrayed by actress Lesley Sharp in the BBC dramatisation Three Girls.

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As the show marked the centenary of women winning the right to vote in the UK with an all-female initial line-up, viewers took to Twitter to nominate her to win the whole programme.