Day In a Page
- Robert B Sherman: Songwriter best known for 'Mary Poppins' and 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang'
- Robert Hoozee: Curator and noted expert on British art
- Paul McBride: Lawyer who enjoyed a high profile outside court
- Shamim Ahmed Khan: Sitar player taught by Shankar
- Philip Madoc: Actor forever remembered as the U-boat captain in 'Dad's Army'
- Dave Charnley: Boxer considered one of the best without a world title
- Leading article: The end of the Afghan war must be accelerated
- Leading article: Barack Obama must hold his nerve on Iran
- Leading article: Secret justice is no justice at all
- Leading article: Time to take on payday loans
- Leading article: Not an altogether Super Tuesday for Mitt Romney
- Leading article: Freedom of information has its limits
- Laurie Penny: That's enough politeness – women need to rise up in anger
- Diana Nammi: Another year, another International Women’s Day - how much longer will victims of ‘honour’ violence have to wait?
- Rhiannon Bury: My flatmate had to remove her degree from her CV to get a job
- Saleha Li: International Women's Day 2012 - Sylvia Pankhurst, the forgotten suffragette
- Amol Rajan: Chance to hear one of the world's great minds, for free
- Simon Kelner: Rockers have crazy urges but a boiled-egg rider is a step too far
- Vicky Pryce: Picking winners is a losing bet
- David Newbury: Happy birthday, and God Save the NME
- Musa Okwonga: Stop Kony, yes. But don't stop asking questions
- Peter McHugh: When MPs prefer the call of the cheese to the call of the Commons
- James Runcie: At a literary festival knowing your audience is key
- Simon Kelner: Sometimes stardom is as painful as pulling teeth
- Archie Bland: Exactly what kind of an idiot is Rush Limbaugh?
- Deborah Ross: Never get embroiled in a Twitter storm on a Sunday
- Harriet Walker: Women have their own brand of sexist banter
- Natalie Haynes: You want to act but your parents aren't loaded? Forget it
- Brits on course for 'very good' Olympics
- Swimming: Ian Thorpe braced for Olympic failure
- London 2012: Q. You see two men holding hands. Do you: a) Panic...
- Lord Coe accused of 'obsessive secrecy' over Olympic tickets
- Only 29,000 seats to be available to public for 100m final
- Jamaica unveils its secret weapon for the Olympics
- 1 Pope Francis: Being an atheist is alright as long as you do good
- 2 What, let gays get married? We must be bonkers
- 3 'Something passed underneath us, quite close': Airbus A320 has close encounter with UFO
- 4 Lord of the Sings: Sir Christopher Lee, 91, to release heavy metal album
- 5 Two bailed after arrest over Woolwich attack Twitter comments
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