Day In a Page
Saturday, 3 July 2004
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- Peter York on Ads: Stand back, kids - here's an adult with the munchies
- Broadcasting: When writing for TV news, less is definitely more
- Andrew Neil: He may or may not accept a role at the 'Telegraph'. The current editor is safe, for now. And, no, the Barclays do not and will not interfere with editorial policy
- US judge to rule on sale of 'Daily Telegraph'
- The 'Berliner' may not be too little, but is it too late?
- Five years on, who are the new golden couple?
- New chief of Channel 4 is tied with golden handcuffs
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- By Anthony Scrivener QC: The US wanted a showcase, but it's staging a dangerous farce
- Bob Crowe: A Tube strike, an AGM and some hip tips from my daughter
- Rowan Pelling: So would you call me a murderer?
- Anthony Sampson: The North-South divide is a failure of politics - not just economics
- Frances Stead Sellers: There will be no joy in Baltimore on the Fourth of July
- Why no one has a piggy bank any more
Faith & Reason: Why do the faiths let the subjugation of women continue?
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- Athletics: Athens zooms into view for Smith, the newest kid on the blocks
- Athletics: Mild Bill the perfect pathfinder for Paula
- Tour de France: Armstrong's mission under a cloud
- Hamilton's chance for a big break
- Rowing: Partridge's Olympic agony opens the door for Coode
- Racing: Refuse To Bend triumphs in straight fight
- Boxing: Loud reminder of a sport down but not out
- Martial Art: Be afraid, be very afraid - it's the key to a happy, healthy life, says this fighting man
- Fishing lines: Strike a blow for Britain - clonk a cat
- Olympic Games: Port security to be stepped up
- Athletics: US drugs crisis set to eclipse Olympic build-up
- Rowing: Garbett blow hurts British Olympic preparations
- Guerrouj fails to shine in Rome
- Tour de France: Ullrich plots mountain ambush to regain title
- Athletics: Holmes out to beat 800m mark
- Tour de France: Armstrong geared up for hardest fight in quest for record sixth win
- Athletics: Will Radcliffe gold end summer blues?
- Hockey: Dutch and Germans on course for Athens glory
- Athletics: Ceplak rushes to season's best
- Racing: Powerscourt offers Eclipse value
- Boxing: Maccarinelli's power points to another quick finish
- Tour de France: Millar link adds to pressure on Euskaltel
- Lara the leader without followers
- Best shows worst of West Indies
- Time arrives for a test of Test status
- Ramprakash plays the Lions' king
- England are more pluck than judgement
- Muralitharan seeks to rebuild his reputation in deepest Hertfordshire
- Why second is so often best on English pitches
- Hollioake's deadly spell sinks Sussex
- Sharapova the supernova
- The queen of SW19 with the world at her feet
- Nerveless Sharapova ready to rise to final challenge
- Federer: the dawning of a new sun king
- We can't produce champions - never have and never will
- Hawk-Eye inventor still to convince it's a good call for tennis
- They think it's all Sharapova ...it is now
- Williams tells fans: get off Henman's back
- Jason Burt: Girl who came in from the cold after Friday night fever
- Felgate continues tireless search for a diamond to polish
- Sad Navratilova goes out with a whimper
- Stop press: Briton in singles final
- Michael Stich: Roger's sense of enjoyment a joy to behold
- Diary of a giant-killer: It turned out to be a perfect day, and Goran was one of the first to ring
- Roddick opts for power against beauty of the best
- Swiss genius blazes brightest as elements ruin fine day
- Backlog hits Navratilova title hopes
- How the world views Wimbledon
- Brad Gilbert: Mr Motivator finds his niche calling the shots for champions
- Federer stays on course despite breaks for rain
- From skinny kid to Wimbledon finalist, Sharapova has practised to perfection
- Krajicek close to summit
- Ancic is assured against Roddick
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- Sankha Guha: Man About World
- Deals Of The Week: From Bath to the Maldives
- Short Breaks: Down to the Mediterranean with a bump
- Simon Calder: The Man Who Pays His Way
- 24-Hour Room Service: Port Palace, Monte Carlo
- Five Best: Private Islands
- News: Green sites protected
- Events Planner: Museum exhibitions
- Flying for beginners
- My Life In Travel: David Gower
- The Independent Parent: Where can we stay in Sorrento?
- Something To Declare: Dublin's new tram; September in America
- 48 Hours In Avignon
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- Investors can shake off oil slips and metal fatigue
- Wealth Check: 'Is the time right to buy my first home?'
- Keep premium bonds as your bit on the side
- James Daley: A ruthless approach is needed to start closing the £27bn savings gap
- Getting a life: the workers who went in search of a rainbow
- How can you be sure your energy supplier is green?
- Secrets of Success: It is better for most to be dull than damaged
- Private Investor: Why do institutional shareholders get special treatment?
- The Week In Review: Carpetright unlikely to pull the rug out from under you yet
- Banks' efforts to woo new customers fail
- S & S writers win awards
- Wealth Check: 'How much of my recent inheritance can I spend?'
- Finance industry to put customers first
- Promise of high returns as small cap market flourishes
British actor Idris Elba cannot star as James Bond because he is black, says shock jock Rush Limbaugh
Germany anti-Islam protests: 17,000 march on Dresden against 'Islamification of the West'
Ukip member gets into Christmas spirit with Union Flag plea to Santa 'for our country back'
Immigrants make UK racist, says Ukip councillor Trevor Shonk
BBC director Danny Cohen: Rising UK antisemitism makes me feel more uncomfortable than ever
Katie Hopkins speaks out on childhood obesity: 'Parents of fat children should be prosecuted for child cruelty'
- 1 Exclusive: Abusers using spyware apps to monitor partners reaches 'epidemic proportions'
- 2 Margaret Thatcher 'expressed fears of Asian rising' at Anglo-Irish summit in 1984
- 3 Sussex couple die in suspected Christmas Day 'suicide pact'
- 4 The 'Black Museum': After 150 years, public set to see exhibits from police’s grisly crime museum
- 5 The Unluckiest People of the Year 2014 (and one very unlucky giraffe)