Spooky goings on at Rapture, the widely watched cable and satellite channel owned by United News and Media. The trouble started with a stunt on its nightclubbing show, Trainspotting, when a
Spooky goings on at Rapture, the widely watched cable and satellite channel owned by United News and Media. The trouble started with a stunt on its nightclubbing show, Trainspotting, when a bunch of transvestites were led onto the show by a chap dressed as a man of the cloth. Nothing wrong with that, you might think. But it seems Him upstairs thought differently.

Just as they were about to walk into the studio it was struck by lightning and a window was blown clean out, sparking rumours of divine intervention.

Speculation that if God had been watching the channel's viewing figures would have doubled are apparently wide of the mark.