Day In a Page
Wednesday, 8 December 2010
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- Professor Peter Hilton: Bletchley Park code-breaker who became one of the most influential mathematicians of his generation
- George Hickenlooper: Film-maker best known for his documentary about the making of ‘Apocalypse Now’
- Lives Remembered: Irena Anders
- Professor Keith Boddy: Pioneer in the field of medical physics
- James Tyler: Lutenist who helped lead the early-music revival of the 1960s
- David Dortort: Television producer and writer who created 'Bonanza' and 'The High Chaparral'
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- Leading article: A wall of secrecy around our courts is crumbling
- Leading article: A courageous challenge to the conventional wisdom
- Leading article: Civilised standing
- Leading article: Mr Obama's depressing realpolitik
- Leading article: Oh, what a tangled web he weaves
- Leading article: Glad you couldn't make it
- Climate change: the daily reality for farmers
- Independent’s Dave Brown wins Political Cartoon of Year
- Don Foster: Modern options allow for standing to be safe again
- Stan Hey: Terrace apprenticeship was fun – but not to be repeated
- Ceri Goddard: Publicising pay differential is key to tackling it
- Sean O’Grady: The paradox that could strangle Europe
- Sean O'Grady: With the rescue Eire's troubles really begin
- Richard Garner: An indictment of Labour, a challenge for the Coalition
- Richard Garner: Culture of hard work pays off in the Far East
- Terri Judd: From shocked victim to murder 'accomplice'
- Talbot Church: A problem of protocol strikes wedding plans
- John Rentoul: The Science of European Diplomacy
- John Rentoul: The New Che Guevara?
- John Rentoul: Blair (right) and Obama (left)
- Sean O'Grady: PFI firms should give money back
- Deborah Ross: Nobody wants to bust a gut on Boxing Day
- John Rentoul: Do university tuition fees deter the poorest?
- Ben Chu: Who did you think you were kidding Mr Trichet
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- Flower's Ashes warning: We've won nothing yet
- Shane Warne not ruling out comeback
- Tremlett heads pack as England stage bowl-off to replace Broad
- James Lawton: Australia's death rattle in Adelaide sounded just like a shift in power
- James Lawton: Pietersen happy to buy back into the team ethic
- Can't bat, can't bowl, can't field: Is this the worst Aussie side ever?
- Graeme Swann doubts Shane Warne will return
- Bob Willis questions England paternity leave
- Mark Steel: This is like the first time you see your dad drunk
- Ashes Diary: Never pass up a chance to wallow in Aussie misery
- Matt Prior: One great win does not make a series – remember Durban
- Ponting calls for Hughes as Waugh hits out at selectors
- Australian media react to 'horror' defeat
- James Anderson returns to England for birth
- Ashes Diary: Border tells hosts to give England cold shoulder if they want to save face
- Five ways to win the Ashes: Where each side can improve
- England's fine formation has Australia all up in the air
- Peter Roebuck: Ponting's fading team is product of poor planning
Life and Style RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- Hot 'how to' video tutorials: quick tips that will help you prepare for Christmas
- Brands' fan trends: Xbox Kinect and Playstation gifts boost brands' Facebook fans
- Cyber attack takes out Visa.com, Palin also targeted
- Ladies - what sort of gift giver are you?
- 'Anonymous' cyber attack takes out Visa.com
- Rome fashion designer Sarli dies
- Facebook beauty brands: most popular labels of the moment
- Weekly Facebook fashion index: most popular brands of the moment
- Designer Donna Karan debuts lipsticks
- Vera Wang to launch beauty line
- 2011 fashion trend: Western brands to cater to emerging markets
- Issey Miyake to launch a perfume aimed at younger women
- Color of the Year for 2011: Honeysuckle
- Bulgari celebrates its 125th anniversary with giant Paris exhibit
- Danone's Actimel does not alleviate diarrhea - EFSA
- Till receipts coated in chemical linked to cancer: study
- 'Smart' beverage container doubles as thirst gauge
- Common blood test could detect heart disease
- More than half of European adults overweight: study
- Could this be the best crutch ever made?
- Africa lagging behind in getting five-a-day: scientists
- Uganda scrambling to identify new deadly disease
- Video games get kids to eat more veg, fruit: study
- Neurotic people need more sex
- Current Twitter trends: Derek Fisher, John Lennon, Operation Payback
- Google launches web store with 'Tiger Woods,' 'FarmVille' and 'Plants vs Zombies'
- Google's new Chrome notebook leaves desktop apps in the dust
- EU slaps 649 million euro fine on Asian flat-screen cartel
- Internet body meets on domain names, IP addresses
- Weekly gaming videos: 'Kinect Joy Ride,' fake 'God of War 3'
- Weekly high-tech product releases: first Chrome OS laptop, Nexus S
- Weekly video game releases: 'Bad Company 2: Vietnam'
- Hackers target bank, credit card websites in WikiLeaks war
- How to become a beta tester for Google's Chrome notebook
- Google opens online shop for Chrome applications
- Google Chrome-powered notebooks on sale next year
- Access to digitized content will drive global e-reader market: report
- Microsoft adds opt-in privacy features and tracking protection for IE9
- Current Twitter trends: Glee Christmas, Number Game
- Mobile data will strain 3G networks to breaking point in 2011
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- Jim Morrison may be granted posthumous pardon
- Soul legend Aretha Franklin has cancer: reports
- Most blogged artists: Perfume Genius, Young Galaxy, Beach House
- Lennon scoffed at 'dead heros': interview
- Avril Lavigne set to release new album in March
- Music video: Daft Punk's 'Derezzed' from 'Tron: Legacy'
- Katy Perry expands 2011 world tour
- Yoko and fans mark 30 years since Lennon's death
- MCA of Beastie Boys to premiere film starring Elijah Wood, Jack Black
- Most blogged artists: PJ Harvey, Perfume Genius, Duran Duran
- Angelina and Depp face 'Narnia' at the box office
- Oscar predictions: 'The King's Speech' ahead
- Mirren blasts Hollywood for penis worship
- Top international film festivals of 2011
- Coen brothers' Western to kick off Berlin film fest
- Home-grown Chinese comedy knocks the blockbusters off their perch
- Cate Blanchett joins 'The Hobbit'
- Depardieu and Irrfan Khan in Ang Lee's 'Life of Pi'
- Film trailer: 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon'
- Michelle Yeoh to star in Suu Kyi film
- Motion effects added to 'Tron: Legacy' and 'Green Hornet' for 4D feel
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- Video: Antarctic cruise ship tossed by 30ft waves
- Ask the Traveller: Rio
- Good to go: 08/12/2010
- Exclusive hotel planned for ancient Rome
- Index of air quality in the world's major cities
- Would you cook your own dinner onboard a cruise ship?
- Oslo - the world's most expensive city
- Index of air quality in the world's major cities
- Looking up - major air shows in 2011
- Guidebook content comes to check-in app
- Surveys fail to flatter life in Hong Kong
Scottish independence referendum: A nation divided against itself
Scottish referendum results: Cross-party consensus collapses amid Tory-Labour spat on the 'English question'
Scottish independence: David Cameron is becoming the 'George Bush of Britain'
Hilary Mantel 'should be investigated by police' over Margaret Thatcher assassination story, says Lord Bell
Plebgate MP Andrew Mitchell called officer a 'little s**t', claim court documents 'exposing ex-Chief Whip's 'record of abusing police'
Archbishop of Canterbury admits doubts about existence of God
- 1 Rihanna 'nude photos' claims emerge on 4Chan as hacking scandal continues
- 2 Frank Lampard equalises for Manchester City against Chelsea: how the internet reacted
- 3 Stamford Hill council removes 'unacceptable' posters telling women which side of the road to walk down
- 4 Kim Kardashian 'nude pictures' leaked on 4chan weeks after Jennifer Lawrence 'The Fappening' scandal
- 5 Hitler’s former food taster reveals the horrors of the Wolf’s Lair