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
Travel RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- 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
Rochester by-election: Ukip gains second MP as Tory defector Mark Reckless holds seat
'Beast of Bolsover' Dennis Skinner takes Ukip MP Mark Reckless to task moments after he is sworn in
Rochester by-election: Labour MP Emily Thornberry resigns after posting white van and England flags tweet
The young are the new poor: Sharp increase in number of under-25s living in poverty, while over-65s are better off than ever
Tamir Rice: 12-year-old boy playing with fake gun dies after being shot by Ohio police
Revealed: How the world gets rich – from privatising British public services
- 1 Sarah Vine criticises lesbian mother Jack Monroe: 'If she was unsure about her sexuality, she should have taken greater precautions'
- 2 Black Friday 2014: Opening times for Asda, John Lewis, PC World, GAME and Argos
- 3 To help fuel their propaganda machine against the poor, our government has now decided to redefine the word 'welfare'
- 4 Jeremy Hunt: 'I took my children to A&E because I didn't want to wait for GP appointment'
- 5 Girl, 7, gets Tesco to remove 'stupid' sign suggesting superheroes are 'for boys'