Married with two children, Alan Yentob, a British television producer with an extensive knowledge of culture and the arts, is an unlikely candidate for 'Suddenly Single'.
Joanna Trollope is an English author, whose novels often examine contemporary domestic life in Britain.
Diana Dors was a voluptuous English actress, whose blonde winsome looks earned her undisputable sex symbol status.
Michael Howard is a Conservative MP and former Home Secretary, responsible for policing and justice. He was famously described by a fellow Tory minister as "having something of the night about him", and his Romanian roots have led to Dracula caricatures in the press.
He became leader of the Conservative party in 2003, and fought the 2005 general election with an aggressively anti-immigration platform and the mildly spooky slogan, "Are you thinking what we're thinking?" He didn't win.
The dole is a slang term for unemployed people who claim benefits from the government.
Diet Coke launched an immensely successful advertising campaign which featured a handsome young man being spied on by a group of female office workers, all of whom got slightly over-excited when watching him down tools and take a provocative swallow of his favourite soft drink.
The college has a ferociously impressive reputation for academic genius, even by the high standards of the University.