Day In a Page
Saturday, 3 April 2004
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- Forty years ago pictures of Mods and Rockers shocked polite society. But were they staged by the press?
- Grade could bring in BBC's first woman director-general
- Peter York on Ads: So there are these two blokes sitting in a cafÃ©...
- Newspapers can be dangerous in times like these. Just take the Daily Express
- Radio: They say that waking up is hard to do
- Opinion: Say what you like about Sven - he speaks for himself
- Eisner faces new Disney campaign
- 'Welcome back. But don't let your mind wander again'
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- Sue Gaisford: My dinner date with Alistair Cooke
- David Davis: We need to know what they knew, and when
- Paul Barker: Britain's nervous breakdown
- Rowan Pelling: Oh, Nigella, how could you? Your books are who you could be
- I'm out of touch with modern tourism
- Ian Burrell: Appointment marks end of power struggle with Birtists
- Tim Luckhurst: Michael Grade has a unique opportunity
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- Inside Lines: London bid is given green bill of health
- Racing: Amberleigh guarantees grand legacy for McCain
- Boxing: Hatton stands out to make short work of stand-in
- Athletics: Carolina on our minds... but the Olympic golden girl wants to be like everyone else
- Racing: Ginger revives spirit of Red Rum
- Boxing: Brodie sees 'real' world title at end of brutal road
- Racing: Jockey Club hats tossed in the air as unusual suspects fail to stay course
- Racing: Ginger's revival brings the house down
- Racing: They thought the horse and the trainer were too old . . .
- Speed casting is for water babies
- Richard Guest: National winner who did it his way aims to taste glory again
- Athletics: O'Sullivan begins build-up to Athens with Dublin run
- Racing: Moscow Flyer earns stripes again in style
- Hockey: Injury keeps Mason on sidelines for Reading
- Racing: Clan Royal's National plot ready to be hatched
- Athletics: Where Bannister ran, Kluft will jump
- Racing: Aintree tumble fails to break McCoy's National confidence
- Boxing: Hatton seeks meaningful contest against Pedersen
- Basketball: Scantlebury's England role makes up for league fears
- Historic victory for England
- Hoggard and the history men hog it
- Glory day for the honourable, honest worker
- Timely rock for cradle of the Caribbean
- Thorpe century revives England as West Indies show signs of fight
- Best and Edwards revive fearsome tradition of Barbadian fast bowling
- 'On the cricket field all men are equal'
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- Sleepover: L'HÃ¿tel Ermitage
- The Cultural Tourist: Royal art returns to Vienna
- Deals Of The Week: From Venice to Las Vegas
- Simon Calder: The Man Who Pays His Way
- Events Planner: Natural phenomena
- News: Canada gets cheaper; Nepal warnings
- The Independent Parent: We're staying in London with our children and want some ideas for trips out of town. Any suggestions?
- Something To Declare: half-price Gatwick or Heathrow Express; Holland for culture; child-proof hotels
- My Life In Travel: Donal MacIntyre
- 5 Best: fashion designers' hotels
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- History urges you to invest in the US
- Dust jacket required: how to cash in between the covers
- These funds are safe and now they're sexy
- Death-in-service: a perk that's carved in stone
- Wealth Check: 'Can we afford our foreign sabbatical?'
- OFT puts skids under car warranty rip-offs
- Questions of Cash: Admitting ignorance can be the best move
- Private Investor: Medium-sized Scots firms have the bottle the English lack
- Where to get the lowdown on the world of low-cost art
- Secrets of Success: Hedging your bets may be a bad idea
- The Week In Review: Regus overcomes a torrid time to make a promising recovery
- Property sector builds on firm foundations
- No Pain, No Gain: Glowing reports on a lustrous confectionery stock
- Wealth Check: 'We took a chance moving to France, but what now?'
- Benefit from the latest phone wars
- Raising Standard's hopes
- Venturing into the jungle of private equity
- Are the returns from an MBA worth the cost?
The food poverty scandal that shames Britain: Nearly 1m people rely on handouts to eat – and benefit reforms may be to blame
US Navy christens huge $3 billion destroyer ship USS Zumwalt that appears as a fishing boat on enemy radar
Scottish independence: It is the English who should be on their knees, begging the Scots to vote ‘No’
Nigel Farage fatigue? Half of voters ‘immune’ to Ukip’s appeal
Nigel Farage on Have I Got News For You: Ukip leader ridiculed over expenses and party 'fruitcakes'
Nigel Farage: I’m taking on the status quo, and the Establishment’s fighting back
- 1 Are you turning into your dad? The top ten signs you've embraced dad-ism revealed as survey says 38 is age men turn into their father
- 2 Overheard in Waitrose: documenting the chatter in 'Britain's poshest supermarket'
- 3 Video of British Muslims dancing to Pharrell Williams's hit Happy attacked as 'sinful'
- 4 24 people applied for the 'world's toughest job', here are their interviews
- 5 Grace Dent on TV: Game of Thrones has jumped the shark