Day In a Page
Saturday, 12 November 2005
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- Here is the news: BBC journalists are standing tall again
- Hitchhiker's Guide to Doctor Who (as imagined by Douglas Adams)
- Ouch! Career in the media? Forget it, says Paxman
- Computers crash into TV sets
- Peter Cole On The Press: Downsized, upmarket and making the red-tops blush
- Murdoch targets Balkans for new News land grab
- Yeah, but no, but ... it's the 'Ten O'Clock News'
- Has Thomas The Tank Engine met his match (of the day)?
- Peter York On Ads: Vauxhall Zafira
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- Oliver Miles: The tawdry truth about Tony's too-tight trews
- 'Dave' Cameron: What I believe in is Lists. And Questions. And. Short. Sentences.
- Gill Hornby: Bravo, Mrs Axon There's nothing like parenthood to bring out your inner Blimp
- Genevieve Fox: Come on, Stella. You've had your fun. Now deliver the goods
- Rupert Cornwell: Out of America. Just when Bush needs back up, his VP vanishes
- Jemima Lewis: The value of an erotic charge in the classroom
- Richard Ingrams' Week: A great wall of silence
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- Walker itching to stalk the corridors of power once more
- Marathon: Crombie-Hicks hits the ground running against all odds
- Racing: Phar Bleu's speed can halt a Rooster reprise
- Racing: Our Vic vindicates Pipe's faith
- Sailing - Volvo Ocean Race: Sunergy joins the party as McDonald leads fleet to sea
- Fishing Lines: How to make lobsters out of concrete
- Mike Sanderson on board ABN Amro 1: Batten down hatches for start of sea battle
- Racing: Our Vic has spark to maintain Pipe's Power supply
- Racing: Accordion ready for an encore
- Rally: McRae pushes into contention
- Racing: Bolger so proud as Spot stays sprightly
- Basketball: Rocks to rally against Border raiders
- Sailing: Wharington set for fiery baptism
- First Test: Udal turns day in England's favour
- Patience is the cure for Harmison & Co on real featherbed
- 'I would have liked it in a more conventional way'
- Pakistan's new faces need to forget the art of falling apart
- Angus Fraser: Vaughan tells Trescothick to 'be his own man'
- Brian Viner: The day a 16-year-old's batting helped Pakistan join the Test-playing nations
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- Car crazy: Life in the fast lane
- Are we there yet?
- Ten Essential Road Trips
- Great Drives: The ten best road trips
- News and advice
- Simon Calder: The Man Who Pays His Way
- Independent Families: 'Can our children climb the Himalayas with us?'
- My Life In Travel: Chris Tarrant
- Something To Declare: Russian romance?; West Africa
- News: Rembrandt remembered
- Stray off the beaten piste
- Perfect mountain moments
- Ski, shoot, score!
- The Traveller's Guide to Family Skiing
- Oregon: The edge of heaven
- 'I vowed never to ski again'
- What's new in the world of the ski slope
- Snowboard chalets: Lodging for boarders
- Norway: Splendid isolation
- It's time to get your skates on
Money RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- Savers want vanilla but they get tutti-frutti
- Cash machine fees to reach £250m
- Wealth Check: 'Help me build up funds for buying a home'
- Questions Of Cash: Woolwich payment went the wrong way
- Book today to get the best Christmas travel bargains
- Private Investor: The corporate curiosity that's on the rise again
- The Week In Review: War with Bud makes SAB one for the road
- Give up the day job and follow your dreams
- David Prosser: Shoppers should not pay for fraud
- The cheaper route into high-rise investments
- No Pain, No Gain: Minor stock market Ofex could be a major winner
- Collector's Corner: The movie adverts that time forgot
- Secrets Of Success: Exposing the great funds rip-off
- Buyers lose out on house price wager
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: I’m taking on the status quo, and the Establishment’s fighting back
Refugee facing deportation from Sweden saved by fellow passengers refusing to let plane leave
- 1 KFC 'sorry' after lesbian couple are kicked out of Bath restaurant for 'heavy petting'
- 2 West Ham confirm 20-year-old striker Dylan Tombides has died after battle with cancer
- 3 24 people applied for the 'world's toughest job', here are their interviews
- 4 Video of British Muslims dancing to Pharrell Williams's hit Happy attacked as 'sinful'
- 5 PFA Player of the Year: Luis Suarez, Daniel Sturridge and Steven Gerrard all nominated as Liverpool dominate award shortlist