Day In a Page
Friday, 15 October 2010
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- Malcolm Allison: Inspirational football coach who struggled to repeat elsewhere the success he enjoyed at Manchester City
- General Johnson: Lead singer with Chairmen of the Board
- Eddie Baily: Stylish inside-forward at the heart of Arthur Rowe’s push-and-run post-war Tottenham Hotspur side
- Professor Richard Maxwell: Literary scholar devoted to the strangeness and excitement of the urban experience
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- Isabel Hilton: One ordeal ends while another begins
- Katherine Butler: What made mothers so superior?
- Amy Jenkins: Contrary to what Parky thinks, there is a point to Russell Brand
- Deborah Ross: 'The macaroni-and-glitter stage of childhood creates appalling carnage'
- Sean O'Grady: Quango cuts may well cost more than they save
- John Rentoul: Tories come out of conference season ahead
- John Rentoul: A target size for the banking sector?
- John Rentoul: Heel-dragging
- John Rentoul: Why the Tories didn't win
- John Rentoul: Poll alert
- John Rentoul: History Test
- Andrew Copson: Why we should phase out state religious schools
- Ben Chu: Inflation: now you see it, now you don't
- Amol Rajan: Is Nick Denton really the new Rupert Murdoch?
- John Rentoul: An Apology to Nick Brown
- Amol Rajan: Why Obama fell out with the Chamber of Commerce
- Richard Sexton: Trust in an age of cynicism
- Simon Calder: Icelandair is the best foodie flier. The worst? It no longer exists...
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- Celebrating five years of cake couture: vote for your favorite
- Smell, close your eyes, remember: chefs teach kids to taste
- Big plans for France's mini-kiwi fruit
- Find your holiday spirit with limited-edition new whiskey releases
- Weekly gastronomy agenda: SIAL and In-Food 2010
- One bottle left of the world's most expensive whisky
- Three babies born in trial of 'full chromosome' test
- 'Western' diseases spread to developing world: experts
- Virus that causes genital warts linked to oral cancer: study
- Booze cheaper than water in New Zealand: study
- Weekly health and fitness agenda: Men's Health World Congress
- Weekend warriors are more injury-prone
- TED Talks take to iPad
- New York Times releases free - for now - iPad app
- Review round-up: 'NBA Live 10'
- Review round-up: 'NBA Jam'
- Review round-up: 'NBA 2K11'
- Nathan Fillion urges Twitter fans to make him Nathan Drake
- Ning launches social network features for any website
- US videogame sales remain uninspired
- New Skype for Windows gets Facebook integration, group video calls
- Basketball fans spoiled for choice with October video game offerings
- Games Media Awards highlight best British writers
- StumbleUpon top 5 rated websites: universal drinking glass, Sesame Street Does Old Spice
- Verizon to sell iPad tablet computers
- Texting tops with US teens
- Weekly tech agenda: 4G World, i-stage
- Weekly high-tech hot topics in the blogs: Windows Phone 7, Bing gets social with Facebook
- Current Twitter trends: 'Jackass 3D,' Chilean miners, Medal
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- Half-term tourists benefit from weak dollar
- Something to declare: Tanzania; end of summer; South America; the Andes
- My life in travel: Ade Adepitan
- Simon Calder: Didn't enjoy the flight? Demand your fare back
- Travel challenge: A short break in St Petersburg
- Travel Agenda: The Language Show; the Ski and Snowboard Show; Tribeca Film Festival; Norwegian Flights
- Wacky world - weekly offbeat travel roundup
- Qing Dynasty clock collection sings again
- Cyprus tourism revenue up 2.7 percent in August
- Hitler exhibition breaks taboos in Berlin
- New program highlights growth of cycling wine tours
- IATA sees slower growth in air travel
- Weekly hotel openings roundup - New York, Dubai and Brisbane
- United States "most admired country globally"
- Europe's major cities see hotel price hike in October
- World's longest tunnel breaks down Swiss Alpine barrier
- Weekly travel agenda: TFWA World Exhibition
- Traveller's guide: Swiss snow
- How to be a ski instructor: Welcome to my office
- Two feet in La Grave
- Austria: The joys of going flat out
- California: Never lose your tracks
- The 10 Best Ski Panoramas
- Norway: A triumph of creativity
- News: Ski season 2010-11
- My life in snow travel: Ben Saunders
- Stephen Wood: Why volcanic ash is no match for a good ski company
- A tax-free treasure
- High and wild in the Rockies
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- Simon Read: Cameron must avoid fatal spending cuts
- Money insider: Tesco must seize chance to shake-up high street banks
- The Bargain Hunter
- No Pain, No Gain: Time's up for English Wines Group, one of my 'walking wounded'
- In The Red: A trip abroad I won't be ringing home about
- Questions of cash: 'Thomas Cook wouldn't let me use my voucher'
- Rents soar as first-timers struggle to buy
- Forget funds that track the market and get flexible
- The Analyst: Retail and natural gas stocks set to soar
- Consuming issues: A delicious (or deadly) feast from the woods
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'
Immigrants make UK racist, says Ukip councillor Trevor Shonk
BBC director Danny Cohen: Rising UK antisemitism makes me feel more uncomfortable than ever
- 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 The 'Black Museum': After 150 years, public set to see exhibits from police’s grisly crime museum
- 4 Sussex couple die in suspected Christmas Day 'suicide pact'
- 5 The Unluckiest People of the Year 2014 (and one very unlucky giraffe)