Daniel Brocklebank has confirmed his relationship with co-star Rob Mallard.The couple, who play Daniel Osbourne and vicar Billy Mayhew, have become increasingly close ever since Rob joined the soap last year as Ken Barlow's long-lost son.On Friday, they made their red carpet debut together at the LGBT Awards, and on Tuesday Dan took to Twitter to make things official.He wrote: "It's true @Rob-Mallard only came round to put some shelves up & it went from there...Dating ancestral events is one of the first, essential goals with such data.However, current sophisticated probabilistic approaches struggle to handle data sets of this size.Here, we present very fast dating algorithms, based on a Gaussian model closely related to the Langley–Fitch molecular-clock model.We show that this model is robust to uncorrelated violations of the molecular clock.
Richard III, the final ruler of the Plantagenet dynasty, was killed on 22 August 1485 in the Battle of Bosworth Field, the last significant battle of the Wars of the Roses.
The archaeological excavation was led by the University of Leicester Archaeological Services, working in partnership with Leicester City Council.
On the first day a human skeleton belonging to a man in his thirties was uncovered showing signs of severe injuries.
about the reaction to his groundbreaking coming out storyline over a decade ago. Looking back at the reaction to the storyline, the actor says: “Sometimes, people would come straight up to me, they’d say are you gay in real life before they’d even say hello.
“I’m pretty old-fashioned so found that quite annoying. '” Todd’s kiss with Nick Tilsley (Adam Rickett) and his subsequent romance with nurse Karl Foster in 2003 was ‘s first gay storyline. I could be a nice guy but it’s lovely to do something different.