Day In a Page
Wednesday, 9 March 2011
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- Roger Diski: Social entrepreneur who championed sustainable tourism to post-conflict countries
- Leonard 'Bud' Lomell: US Ranger who led a successful attack on German clifftop machine guns during D-Day
- Norman Taylor: Creator of the 'howl-around' visual in the original 'Dr Who' title sequence
- Charles Jarrott: Film director best known for 'Anne of the Thousand Days' and 'Mary, Queen of Scots'
- Professor Phil Levy: Psychologist who aided the academic expansion of his discipline
- George Pickow: Photographer celebrated for his depictions of jazz and folk musicians
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- Leading article: We've made enough mistakes already. Caution is now key
- Leading article: Britain should stick to the human rights gold standard
- Leading article: Lives are saved by stubbing out this addiction
- Leading article: Oil exploration: not a price worth paying
- Leading article: Down the Tube
- Leading article: Risky business
- John Kampfner: A fearful BBC must regain its nerve
- Cahal Milmo: Yachts, parties, models, and friends in high places
- Stephen Bayley: Public health's gain will be graphic design's depressing loss
- Harriet Walker: I don't want to be a princess any more
- Shashank Joshi: Arming rebel groups could backfire on the West, as it has done in the past
- Michael McCarthy: Why put one of the Earth's last pristine reefs at risk?
- John Rentoul: John Hutton: time for Labour to expel him?
- John Rentoul: Have MP3s killed the art of whistling?
- Ben Chu: The banking patient died. But the operation was successful
- Deborah Ross: Does being a 'genius' offer any excuse?
- John Rentoul: He a culpa
- Oliver Wright: So where's the Foreign Secretary?
- Talbot Church: 'Bonzer' Prince William set for Aussie role
- Kate Luscombe: Ruling will shine a light on mental health system
- Clive Stafford Smith: This plan just perpetuates the prisoners' legal limbo
Environment RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- Decline of honey bees now a global phenomenon, says United Nations
- Shell oil exploration threatens one of the world's great wonders
- China sees pigeons as far more than a flight of fancy
- Mission to save the rare turtle of Vietnamese myth and legend
- US judge halts damages claim over pollution in Amazon
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- Bangladesh still waiting for butterfly to take wing
- England apply for Chris Tremlett to replace Stuart Broad
- 'Heartbroken' Broad sent home as his injury jinx strikes once again
- Sri Lanka power into quarter-finals
- Australia to consult former captains over poor Test form
- England opponents Bangladesh fear crowd backlash
- England opt for Tremlett to disappoint Twittersphere
- India beat the Netherlands by five wickets
- South Africa bowler Imran Tahir fractures thumb
- Dominic Cork: Nerve-racking ties were just what England needed
- Rajan's Wrong 'Un: Wills, Kate, and how an Etonian champion of the doosra infiltrated the royal wedding
- Rajan's Wrong-Un: Swann lays it on thick in war of words with Finn
Life and Style RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- Brands' fan trends: YouTube loses pole position, UberSocial finds friends, Sony Ericsson charts
- Giant, inhabitable turbine wins annual skyscraper award
- How buying new translates into less waste
- Weekly iPad apps selection: apps to help you care for your pets
- Fairtrade growth by the numbers
- US cities take aim at junk mail
- Fairtrade market experiencing explosive growth in UK and US
- Sex, smoking or social networking - what are Brits giving up for Lent?
- This week's hot products on the web: battle of the tablets - iPad edges out Xoom
- Video highlights from Paris fashion week: Lady Gaga and Kate Moss heat up the runway
- Never mind fall: the key beauty trends this spring
- Western luxe brands turn to China's Twitter, Weibo
- Watch: Kate Winslet starring nude in new beauty commercial
- Virtual fashion: Brad Goreski, online startups, Vogue Italia
- Weekly art websites: body art
- Amid revolution, Egyptian designer still makes it to Paris
- See before-and-after beauty looks from fashion weeks
- Call girls, wives check into Marc Jacob's 'Hotel Vuitton'
- Tie the knot in style this spring: wedding options from low cost to high fashion
- New restaurant uses miracle fruit to take diners on a tongue-twisting trip
- American chef Keller to be admitted into French Legion of Honor
- Starbucks unveils new products for 40th anniversary
- Food apps: Michelin Europe and a microbrewery guide
- Starbucks to offer instant coffee packets in China
- TV series inspires new cookbook that will bring chicken livers to their fomer glory
- Cigarettes to vanish from shelves in England
- Americans suffer more chronic disease than British
- Lack of sleep can make you overly optimistic: study
- Down's syndrome test breakthrough 'on the horizon'
- David Lynch offers music for meditation
- US-style yoga upsets balance at Indian festival
- Can games such as Wii Fit get your kid fit?
- Drink up, but not too much, to fend off dementia
- Sales of Microsoft's Kinect top 10 million
- Malware attacks double as cybercriminals get smarter
- Top five websites in China, and how to use them
- Current Twitter trends: Single or taken, PeeWee Herman
- 'Lord of the Rings: War in the North' trailer shows gritty direction
- Weekly video game releases: 'Homefront,' 'Motorstorm Apocalypse,' 'Okamiden'
- Current Twitter trends: RIP Mike Starr, Pauline Hanson, Redondo Beach
- Global gaming videos: 'League of Legends' Cataclysm, high-speed Mario, 'Warcraft 3'
- New Chrome browser ready for the world
- PSN Gamers Choice winners primed for sale discount
- High-tech product releases: iPad 2, full HD 3D camcorder, 'boomtastic' phone
Arts and Entertainment RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- 'Beginners' with McGregor and Plummer set to open San Francisco Film Fest
- More film studios consider distribution on social networks
- Big names turn to high drama as Chinese cinema expands its horizons
- Update: 'The King's Speech' overcomes 'Rango' at the international box office
- 'Battle: Los Angeles' takes aim at 'Red Riding Hood'
- Film trailer: Diaz and Timberlake in 'Bad Teacher'
- Video-on-demand calendar highlights online film choices
- Tribeca Film Festival announces competition lineup
- Online startup launches streaming service for indie films
Travel RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- Simon Calder: Spanish airport strikes Q&A
- Spanish travel chaos fears after strike threat
- Rail firm warns over Sunday services
- Ask the traveller: Milngavie to Saigon
- Good to go... Vietnam, Ireland, Cyprus, Boston
- Index of air quality in the world's major cities: March 10
- Egypt, Tunisia tout revolutions as tourism draw
- World's greenest airlines unveiled
- Nobu hotel planned for Las Vegas
- Major airlines increase fuel surcharges... again
- Cruise line channels star power to add glamour
- Airport hit by 'wrong amount' of snow
- Spain imposes new speed limit in energy-saving bid
- Europe leads global tourism hotspots
- Index of air quality in the world's major cities: March 9
- Iraq premiere at world's biggest tourism fair
- As Christchurch reopens, New Zealand steps up tourism efforts
- Japan offers 'Norwegian Wood' experiences
- UK gets Harry Potter studio tour attraction
Money RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
Nigel Farage: Me vs Russell Brand on Question Time – he's got the chest hair but where are his ideas?
Shock poll shows voters believe Ukip is to the left of the Tories
New era of cheap oil 'will destroy green revolution'
Disgruntled RBS worker writes hilarious open letter to Russell Brand after anti-capitalist publicity stunt leaves him hungry
Ukip founder Alan Sked and Nigel Farage 'begged Enoch Powell to stand as a candidate'
Ukip candidate jokes about 'shooting peasants' in racist and homophobic rant
- 1 Nigel Farage: Me vs Russell Brand on Question Time – he's got the chest hair but where are his ideas?
- 2 Harry Potter fans can apply to the Hogwarts-inspired College of Wizardry
- 3 Jessica Chambers: 19-year-old woman 'doused with lighter fluid and burned alive' in the US
- 4 Russell Brand calls Nigel Farage 'poundshop Enoch Powell' in BBC Question Time debate
- 5 Orange Wednesdays are no more