Naked pictures of Baroness Virgina Bottomley of Nettlestone, Conservative MP and former Secretary of State for Health, would doubtless provide the nation with a particularly sadistic thrill.
Charles and Camilla were married in 2005.
Lisa Leeson is the ex-wife of Nick Leeson, the former trader at Barings Bank who was responsible for the huge trading losses that led to the bank's collapse in 1995. Lisa filed for divorce whilst Nick was serving his sentence in a Singapore prison.
Sara bloody Keays publicly humiliated her lover, Conservative MP Cecil Parkinson, lifting the lid on their 12-year affair with the announcement of her pregnancy. Keays made the decision to ruin Parkinson's career when she realised that he would not help her with her own.
Delia Smith is a professional cook who has presented several television series, and written a number of bestselling recipe books. She is renowned for her simple, homely recipes.
The Duke of York, Prince Andrew, was married to Sarah Ferguson - 'Fergy' - for 10 years before they divorced amicably in 1996. Their continuing friendship has led to speculation that the two might one day reunite.
A mecca for contemporary art, the Saatchi Gallery is a prestigious London venue that has championed both new and established artists since 1985. It was relocated to Chelsea in 2008.
Goddesses in Everywoman is a book by psychiatrist Jean Shinoda Bolen which profiles seven Goddesses from Greek mythology, and details how modern women can 'activate' each one within herself.
Civil unrest erupted in the 1960s and dominated the following three decades. This period of Irish history is defined by 'The Troubles', with Protestants and Catholics at each others' throats and the British Army trying - with varying levels of success and restraint - to keep the peace.
In 1971, Ian Paisley established and became leader of the Democratic Unionist Party, the Ulster Unionists' constant rival. He retired from politics in 2010.
Christopher Biggins is an English actor and good sport, who has appeared in a great many pantomines and likes to wear garish cardigans.
Hugh Grant, the English actor, was arrested in Los Angeles after being caught in a compromising position with a prostitute. Elizabeth Hurley, his girlfriend of the time, is an English actress, most famous for having the gall and the figure to wear a dress made mostly from safety pins.
Hugh Grant clearly forgave Helen Fielding this allusion, as he went on to play Daniel Cleaver in both Bridget Jones films.
The famous misquote "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned" comes from William Congreve's play, The Mourning Bride:
Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned,
Nor Hell a fury, like a woman scorned.
The Fringe is so popular that acts desperate to be seen will occupy the tiniest and most informal venues, or simply spill out into the street.
The Famished Road is a revered novel by Nigerian author Ben Okri, which explores spirituality and social injustice in Nigeria. The 1991 Booker Prize winner, this is definitely the sort of book that Bridget should have finished by now.
Perpetua's hectic schedule:
1) No tickets left for Arthur Smith, a smoky-voiced comedian who shrunk the longest of Shakespeare's plays - Hamlet - into his own 42 minute version, which played for 6 nights at the 1995 Edinburgh Festival.
2) So instead an audience with Ethan and Joel Coen - the Coen brothers - respected American filmmakers who write produce and direct together.
3) However this means missing out on the subversive comedy stylings of Richard Herring.
4) There is obviously no point in turning up for Jenny Eclair, who in 1995 won the Perrier Comedy Award for her performance at the festival, the first solo female ever to do so.