London Lite Tuesday, 20 October 2009 11 Inbrief Talent shake-up for Radio 5 Live TV sporTs host Gabby Logan will host a new daily afternoon show for BBC radio 5 Live. In other changes, late-night presenter richard Bacon will fill simon Mayos afternoon slot four days a week in the New Year, with Mayo moving to drivetime on radio 2 instead of Chris Evans, who takes over Terry Wogans breakfast shift. Metric signs to help foreigners roAD signs may soon carry both metric and imperial measurements to help foreign drivers. The Department For Transport proposes using both systems to indicate the width or height of bridges or length of contraflows. It is hoped this will reduce accidents -- 12 per cent of which are caused by foreign drivers. Pete Dohertys manager held over a hit-run Kids at risk cases up47%afterBabyP THE manager of Babyshambles singer Pete Doherty has been arrested in connection with a hit-and-run incident that left a pedestrian in a coma. Andy Boyd, 42, who works with the former Libertines star, was questioned by police last week over the 27 September incident, which saw Chris Corder, 42, knocked down by a black Jaguar XJ6 in Hadleigh, Suffolk. Mr Corder was delivering church magazines for his 77-year-old mother. He was left lying on the road, suffering head injuries, broken legs, ribs and a broken elbow, shoulder and collarbone. Mr Corder, who was described by his family as a kind- hearted man, was taken by air ambu- lance to hospital, where he slipped i n t o a coma. He remains in hospital but his condition is believed to have improved. Mr Boyd, who manages Doherty and his band Babyshambles, was questioned by Suffolk Police on suspicion of dangerous driving, fail- ing to stop and perver ting the course of justice. He was bailed to return to Bury St Edmunds police station on 6 November. by GEORGINA LITTLEJOHN Manager quizzed: Pete Doherty Katiesbra-lliantlook DITCHING the mum clothes for a sexy black outfit, Katie Holmes arrives at a ceremony honouring women in Hollywood. The actress, 30, mum to Tom Cruises daughter Suri, attended with other cover stars of Elles Women In Hollywood issue, including Rene Zellweger and Emily Blunt. Back in black: Holmess see- through top steals the show THE number of court applications to take children into care has risen to record levels in the wake of the Baby Peter case, official figures revealed today. There were an extra 688 care applications for July to September -- 47 per cent higher than in the same period of last year. The 784 care cases brought in June made for the highest single-month figure since records began. The statistics, produced by the Children and Family Court Advisory Support Service (Cafcass), will be welcomed by those who believe too many children are allowed to remain in unsuitable homes, but will prompt concern from others that some children might be removed wrongly from their parents as councils act too swiftly. Cafcass boss Anthony Douglas said today: Agencies must regain confidence in their own professional judgments and assessments. Peter Connelly -- Baby P -- died at the hands of his mother, her boyfriend and their lodger despite 60 visits from Haringey social workers. H 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.html