Day In a Page
Saturday, 31 July 2004
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- Italians kick up a stink over 'smelly' food advert
- Will an outing in Springfield end America's Homer-erotic obsession with 'The Simpsons'?
- Peter York on Ads: Just what the Always-In-Touch brigade really need
- Peter Cole: Shocking, isn't it? Now turn to pages 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 ...
- Kerry Productions rolls out the show
- 'Big Brother' just got even bigger. Now the hunt is on for the next-generation format
- Is Telegraph editor now safe enough to put up some pictures?
- 'Most violent computer game yet' on sale in UK next week
- Black set to leave London as Â£14m house goes on sale
- Even the Queen and Blair regret it. So why do we fight to be the stars of reality TV?
- BBC to film story of Angela Cannings
- Football, sex, and squirrels. Any chance of a royal angle?
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- Waste not, want not. (Or buy a shredder)
- Anthony Sampson: Why can't Britain produce a Michael Moore?
- Rupert Cornwell: Hawkish yet visionary, Kerry proves compelling
- Reporting for duty - and now he can rescue America
- The happy habit
- Robert Worcester: Voters rate Tory leader's performance as worse than Kinnock's
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- IOC to investigate 'Panorama' report
- Hockey: England rue missed chances
- Boxing: After the lights went out
- Athletics: Rawlinson and Holmes raise medal hopes
- Racing: Ancient World makes history for punters
- Racing: Fall likely to sideline Moore for two months
- Sailing: Irish glimpse Commodores' glory
- Racing: Royal Storm has speed to lead Cup charge
- Boxing: Danny wins a battle of the mind
- Boxing: Fame and fortune beckon for conqueror of Mike Tyson
- Boxing: Last rites for last remnants of Tyson aura
- Racing: Fallon finally gets on Terms
- Bryant gets heavy with the China syndrome
- 'I'm still only 26 and hopefully I can get better and better'
- England rock to rhythm of Freddie and the screamers
- Lara leads fightback after Flintoff's magical century
- Bevan seeks touch of history in run chase
- Bell crafts second ton as leaders race away
- Sales left to battle on as Surrey pile on pressure
- Contrasting batting styles combine to form a special magic
- Bond opts for surgery in attempt to rescue career
- Sarwan century bears hallmark of a leader
- Vaughan's brief glimpse of Caribbean fielding manual
- Giles enjoys place in the sun
- The Giles high club
- Box-office - me and you Both
- West Indies sent spinning into disarray
- Bell's second century is ringing call to England selectors
- Hick's heroics torment Gloucestershire again
- McGrath ends Fulton's flourish as Kent's resistance falters
- County open a can of worms
- Edgbaston Diary: Why left-handers are taking over the world
- Sydney successes drive disciplined pursuit of higher fives
- Olympic village opens to athletes as Athens declares infrastructure of Games complete
- Kelly Holmes: 'I know the next month will make or break the rest of my life'
- Robertson enters uncharted waters in quest to master a different class
- Prospering no more: why the testers will catch the cheats at Athens Games
- The ghosts of Sydney: Glory and Jane's poignant bond
- Exit Craig as Britain miss the 'Buster' bus
- Heyns' stance on drugs rules out Games trip
- BBC is accused of sabotaging London bid
- Britain's women athletes set to outperform men at Games for first time ever
- Queasy does it as Queally faces big race
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- Simon Calder: The Man Who Pays His Way
- The Independent Parent: Can you tell us about camps run by the Woodcraft Folk?
- News: Rail pass price scandal; Perth is back on the map
- Something To Declare: South Coast trains; driving in France
- Five Best: Luxury fishing lodges
- Events Planner: Walking festivals
- My Life In Travel: Arabella Weir
- Suzi Feay: Woman About World
- Cultural Tourist: Life on the open stage
- Deals Of The Week: From Bath to Florida
- Sleepover: Miró Hotel
- His'n'hers breaks boost the boom in singles holidays
Money RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- Private Investor: A fond farewell to my shares after a rewarding time
- Abbey allays fears over Santader takeover
- William Kay: The savings industry sharks would learn from a spell in prison
- Cash in on your holiday memories
- The Week In Review: Domino's Pizza serves up a tasty dividend increase
- Factors are working for and against market's prospects
- Choosing the one-stop account to suit your temperament
- Is it gain or pain in Spain for Abbey?
- Wealth Check: 'What shall I do with Gran's gift?'
- Few tears for worn-out Post Office account
- Melanie Bien: Bah, humbug! Give us a savings sweetener
- Collecting: The pottery that's breaking records under the hammer
- A piggy bank is good, a passbook even better
British actor Idris Elba cannot star as James Bond because he is black, says shock jock Rush Limbaugh
Rozanne Duncan: Ukip expels councillor for 'jaw-dropping' comments made in BBC TV interview
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'
BBC director Danny Cohen: Rising UK antisemitism makes me feel more uncomfortable than ever
Alex Salmond has 'broken his word to the Scottish people' says Scottish Lib Dem leader
- 1 PlayStation and Xbox hacked by Lizard Squad
- 3 The Grace Dent Christmas Questionnaire
- 4 The 'Black Museum': After 150 years, public set to see exhibits from police’s grisly crime museum