London Lite Tuesday, 22 September 2009 3 Inbrief Potter snub by Dumbledore ACTOR Sir Michael Gambon, who plays Dumbledore in the Harry Potter films, has admitted he has read none of the JK Rowling novels. He said he prefers not to read books before appearing in their screen adaptations so that he is not sad at what is left out. He said: I have been in five Harry Potter films and never read a Harry Potter book. Poisoning shuts kebab house HEALTH protection chiefs were today trying to pinpoint the source of a major food poisoning outbreak involving a west London kebab house. The Shahi Nan Kebab takeaway in Uxbridge Road, Shepherds Bush has closed down voluntarily after at least 14 cases of potentially fatal salmonella were confirmed, with 41 more possible victims including children. Robbie returns at Roundhouse ROBBIE WILLIAMS is to play his first UK show for three years at Camdens Roundhouse. He will perform songs from new album, Reality Killed The Video Star, at the BBCs Electric Proms on 20 October. Williams, who recently said his stage fright stopped him touring, will be the first performer of the five-night event which also features Dizzee Rascal. Hewitt grounds son before court FORMER health secretary Patricia Hewitt has grounded her son and banned him from using Facebook after he was arrested for allegedly possessing cocaine. Nicholas Hewitt Birtles, 21, was charged after he was stopped with two other men and searched near his familys 1m home in Camden. He is due to appear in court next week. MUM GIVES BIRTH VISITING HER DAUGHTER ON CANCER WARD BY MARK BLUNDENTHE mother of a young cancer patient has became the first woman to give birth at Great Ormond Street childrens hospital. Nicola Tyler went into labour while she was staying with her daughter Kelly as the six-year-old had treat- ment for non-Hodgkins lymphoma. Nurses at the hospital, which does not have a maternity unit, called for help from the nearby University College Hospital but had to deliver Kellys new brother, Zac, on the ward. It is the first time in the hospitals 157-year history that a baby has been born on the premises. Today, Ms Tyler, 32, who also has a daughter Chloe, nine, said Kelly, whose tumour was discovered when she went to have her tonsils out in June, had been nervous when her mother was taken into a side room. But when she saw the baby, she was delighted. Her smile said everything, said Ms Tyler. She was really pleased, calling all the nurses in, saying, Come and see my brother. Kelly was in hospital for nine days and despite being worried that she might go into labour, Ms Tyler had chosen to stay with her while her partner, Dave Abbott, stayed at home. Ms Tyler said: It is incredible that such a broad team of specialists helped me give birth to my beautiful baby boy and I cannot thank them enough, not just for the care they gave to Zac and I, but for what they have done for Kelly. Zac was born five days early on 4 September. He stayed with his mother and sister in Great Ormond Street while Kelly finished her treatment. Nicola Tyler with Zac, daughters Kelly and Chloe, and partner Dave Abbott First baby to be born at Great Ormond Street in 157 years First baby to be born at Great Ormond Street in 157 years Delighted: Kelly Tyler, six, welcomes her new baby brother, Zac Abbott, with a loving kiss index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html