Day In a Page
Friday, 3 July 2009
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- Karl Malden: Actor known for his gritty film roles who found wider fame in 'The Streets of San Francisco'
- Alan Kelly: Goalkeeper and manager who served Preston North End and Ireland for three decades
- Mollie Sugden: Actress renowned for playing Mrs Slocombe in the 1970s sitcom 'Are You Being Served?'
- Johnny Roadhouse: Saxophonist and central figure in Mancunian music
- Pina Bausch: Dancer and choreographer whose seminal work gave an unsettling view of the human condition
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- E Jane Dickson: Who wants these cuddly Conservatives?
- Cherie Booth QC: How to cut the prison population
- Dr Lavinia Byrne: Catholic church risks new debate on the role of women
- Boyd Tonkin: An author impossible to confine to a single genre
- Michael Brown: It's just too easy for politicians to join the great gay lovefest
- Jon Watts: Social media in a Digital Britain
- Kim Sengupta: The West cannot afford to make any more mistakes
- Paddy Ashdown: The age when the powerful can act unilaterally is over
- Katy Guest: Nostalgia is the coming thing
- Jack Riley: Any changes to Facebook must restore trust of users
- Marilyn Stowe: No longer the capital of divorce
- Susie Rushton: Why the Aussie life is hell on earth for Brits
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- Your complete guide to The Ashes
- James Lawton: Australia are a ruthless winning machine
- Questions remain after England stroll
- Harmison still has enough pace to worry any batsman
- Hughes falls again to fiery Harmison
- Bob Willis: 'I was in the zone. I just wanted to bowl fast'
- Six rules for watching the Ashes this summer
- The joy of sledging
- David Gower: 'Strauss can be very good, but there are few greats in this game'
- Phil Hughes is Australia's danger man
- Mike Hussey: 'I've waited for this since I was a kid'
- Alastair Cook: The first among equals
- Angus Fraser on Ashes mind games
- Angus Fraser's key steps to winning the Ashes
- How England have regained previous Ashes
- Who can decide the Ashes?
- Trego blasts Somerset to shock win
- England cheered by Panesar and Flintoff
- Lee papers over cracks in Aussie attack
- Scene is set for Sidebottom to shine
- Roddick rips up the script to crush Murray
- Murray's dream is over
- It's just like watching Henman all over again
- Federer strolls to final
- Serena beats big sister Venus in Wimbledon final
- Venus faces the sister of all battles
- Nick Bollettieri's Wimbledon Dossier: Issue a storm warning for Centre Court
- A test failed, but time is on Murray's side
- 'I still believe I can win a Grand Slam this year'
- Federer on course for 15th Slam
- Nick Bollettieri's Wimbledon Dossier: Roddick leaps from frying pan into fire
- Oh well – there's always next year, say Scot's army of fans
- The Ten Best Wimbledon Finals
- James Lawton: Murray can finally win over critics by beating Roddick
- Serena is pushed to limit on way to final
- Murray: Laughing all the way to the final?
- Sun cream, chips and heartache for mob on the mound
- SW19 diary: You want in? Try designing the uniforms
- Wimbledon men's semi-finals in photographs
- Judy Murray: 'I put a lot of emotion into supporting Andy. I'm exhausted by the end'
- 'Best bad player' may yet show just how good he is
- Nick Bollettieri's Wimbledon Dossier: Beware the might of Roddick's forehand
- Murray just two matches from £100m bonanza
- Bryan brothers thunder on
- SW19 Diary: Britons go for a Burton after marathon misery
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- Five luxury French campsites
- Fore site: Claudia Winkleman gets active in Portugal's Penha Longa resort
- The Complete Guide To: The best of Denmark
- Travel by Numbers: The Tour de France
- 24-Hour Room Service: Santa Caterina Hotel, Amalfi, Italy
- Trail of the Unexpected: South of Athens lie the Lord of the Sea's ancient remains
- Travel Challenge: A peak season holiday in Mallorca
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- Mark Dampier: Our bloated public sector must be cut
- Questions Of Cash: Barclays gets plenty of currency from Connect card
- The Insider: The camcorders fit for the YouTube generation
- Consuming Issues: Some sun creams are not worth the slather
- Wealth Check: 'How can I improve my savings to buy a house in a year?'
- Alice-Azania Jarvis: The heat has done wonders for my bank balance
- Derek Pain: Fresh thinking provides a greater Clarity
G20 summit: Enter Putin. Accompanied by four warships. To the sound of mockery
'Muslims pre-date Columbus in discovering America,' says Turkish president Erdogan
David Cameron 'compares Vladimir Putin’s Russia to Nazi Germany' ahead of tense meeting
Former Tory PM Sir John Major says 'we would not have an NHS without migrants'
France 'blocks' Russian sailors from boarding a warship
G20 summit: David Cameron warns Vladimir Putin that Russia's relationship with the West is at a 'fork in the road' over Ukraine
- 1 Lee Evans announces retirement from comedy on The Jonathan Ross Show
- 2 Pirelli calendar 2015: The problem with 'plus-size' models like Candice Huffine
- 3 These grandmas smoking weed for the first time are wonderful
- 4 Woman opens professional cuddling shop – gets 10,000 customers in first week