20 Friday, 16 October 2009 London Lite Mother of 3 hurt by bomb in parcel Win the chance to clock a 2m watch RADIO DJ Andy Kershaw is to make a comeback after a drink-fuelled breakdown and more than two years off the airwaves. Kershaw, 49, will return to BBC Radio 3 to make a series of world music documentaries. It comes after he spent 44 days in prison last year for breaching a restraining order. by georgina LittLejohn On-air: Andy Kershaw Kershaws comeback eosRoST STdRo Check di6ucom or phone 0745 750 0175 (calls charged at local rate)u cRdpUCT sVskhsrkhkTY 9aries b6 store so please check before tra9ellingu dcoekem ldURS gost stores gon4nri 7am49pm, Sat 7am47pmu Sun ongland and Wales 10am44pm (where permitted)u Scotland 9am47pm and eorthern kreland 1pm46pmu *oxcludes gift cards, installation ser9ices, deli9er6, nextda6udi6ucom and Tradepointu Terms and conditions appl6, see in store for detailsu lurry, youve got just 4 days to get a Privilege Card plus even bigger savings Lets do it diy.com Bob employee s0nce 2008 Privilegecard You will then qualif6 for our sutumn cri9ilege qard which will entitle 6ou to 10% off e9er6thing* until the end of dctober starts today 15%off e9er6thing* 4 da6s onl6When 6ou spend 50 or more in one transaction from nrida6 16th to gonda6 19th dctober THE ultimate bling watch is coming to London -- and Lite readers have the chance to see it. The 2m Jaeger- LeCoultres Duomtre Grande Sonnerie, below, which has more than 1,300 parts, will be on display at One Marylebone during SalonQP, an event organised by Britains luxury watch title, QP magazine. Lite readers have the chance to win tickets to the glitzy event -- which would usually set guests back up to 75. The night will also feature designer Harry Winstons Opus 9 which tells the time through two parallel strips of 66 baguette-cut diamonds, along with exhibitions and demonstrations on the art and craft of watchmaking. The event is being held on 5 and 6 November and there are 20 pairs of tickets up for grabs for the second night. To win a pair, ring 020 7759 2916 quoting Lite. The first 20 callers pick up the tickets. Those who dont win can buy tickets at salonqp.com A WOMAN has been treated for burns after she received a parcel that began to smoke as she handled it. The mother of three called the fire brigade after opening the package deliv- ered to her Whitechapel home yesterday. Specialist bomb police were called to the first- floor flat in Tent Street to make the parcel safe, b u t t h e r e w a s n o explosion and police have since denied reports that it was a nail bomb. The woman, who has not been named but is believed to be Asian and in her twenties, was taken to hospital where she was treated for minor burns on her face and hands. A neighbour who saw the victim being carried o u t o f h e r f l a t by paramedics, said: She had white stuff all over her hands and burns on her face. A spokeswoman for the L o n d o n A m b u l a n c e Service said: A man was also assessed but not taken to hospital. A Metropolitan Police s p o k e s m a n s a i d : Inquiries are under way after police were called to a flat regarding a package emitting smoke. The package was examined by explosives officers and was made safe. He added that it was not believed to be a racially motivated or terrorist attack.