Can Tiger Woods complete another sport comeback?
Tiger Woods has less than a 50 per cent chance of playing professional golf again after shattering his right leg in a US car crash. That is the expert opinion of one of Britain’s leading orthopaedic specialists, whose comments will intensify concern throughout the golf world. As details emerged of the mysterious accident in Los Angeles, attention inevitably turned to what is next for the sporting icon. Woods previously completed one of sport’s greatest comebacks. Can he do it again? The world’s best players and his close friends feature in our long-read on whether the golf star can make a new career resurgence.
How to watch Harry and Meghan’s Oprah interview
The BBC will not be “pulling out its chequebook” for Oprah Winfrey’s tell-all interview with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Meghan is understood to have wanted the highly anticipated interview to be broadcast on Britain’s main channel. But with the corporation ruling itself out, ITV emerged as the front-runner to win the UK rights. The 90-minute special – the couple’s first sit-down interview since they were engaged in November 2017 – is expected to attract huge viewing figures.
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Class change | The BBC is to set targets for the proportion of working class employees, following accusations the broadcaster lacks diversity of thought. As part of this year’s workplace census, staff have been asked to declare whether they attended private school, if they were eligible for free school meals and what their parents did for a living. Anita Singh reports it will be the first time that socio-economic quotas have been set.
Around the world: Painting the town red
A supporter of the Nepal Communist Party gets her face painted prior to a celebration rally one day after the Supreme Court ordered the reinstatement of parliament in Kathmandu, Nepal. The lower house of the parliament was dissolved by Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli in December last year. View more striking world pictures of the day.