Day In a Page
Thursday, 12 August 2004
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- Grade orders investigation into BBC's finances
- 'Glamour' cuts rivals down to size to become best-selling magazine
- Michael Grade: 'I nearly didn't apply to the BBC. I thought there's no chance'
- Branagh lands a new deal with FDR film role
- Exposed: the family secret behind Manet's most controversial picture
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- Peter Wynne Rees: Restoration is pointless without development
- Campaigning in August, reverting to old themes on crime - Mr Howard is desperate
- E Jane Dickson: 'At the airport, I have clearly graduated from suspect terrorist to comedy dominatrix'
- David Blunkett: Freedom from terrorist attack is also a human right
- Goh Chok Tong: 'How Singapore overcame its seven lean years'
- Martin Kelner: How's a fellow to know when he can say 'dyke'?
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- Kederis' missed test threatens to wreck Greece's greatest day
- James Lawton: Athens flame dimmed as drugs spread a shadow
- Confessions of an Olympic widow
- How the Games were: naked men picked by Zeus to serve as bodyguards
- Sport an intruder into chaos of Athens chaos
- James Lawton: Ainslie in shape to glide to golden dream
- British team aims to atone for summer of failure
- Serena out of Games
- British hope transformed by Aussie who walks on water
- 1 Is this the scariest advert ever? Japanese tyre commercial comes with its own disclaimer and health warning
- 2 A forgotten episode in Russian history leaves links with the Philippines
- 3 Scientists sequence oldest human DNA from fossilised leg bone found in Spain
- 4 ‘Put it in my mouth’: Viewers outraged by apparent reference to oral sex in VIP e-cig advert
- 5 Joanna Lumley’s garden bridge over the Thames gets £30m seal of approval from Government