Day In a Page
Friday, 16 March 2012
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- Jean Giraud: Artist hailed for his work in film and comics
- Sir Alan Cottrell: Government's Scientific Adviser who worked to establish safe nuclear power
- Mervyn Davies: Rugby union player considered by many as one of the greatest from Wales
- Peter Halliday: Actor best known for the science fiction TV series 'A for Andromeda'
- Michel Duchaussoy: Actor who dubbed the voice of Don Corleone
- Raymond Scott: Shakespeare thief
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- Leading article: A church leader buffeted by the storms of his age
- Leading article: How to improve literacy in a time of austerity
- Leading article: No longer such plain sailing in China
- Leading article: Hillsborough justice is overdue
- Leading article: More luncheon than truncheon?
- Leading article: The bell tolls for the bell toll
- Alex Preston: Don't expect morality from a faceless behemoth that exists purely for profit
- Mehdi Hasan: You can raise spending and balance the budget
- E Jane Dickson: Showing films is no way to teach English
- He knew from the start the job would be tough. But not this tough
- Alice Jones: What is Cambridge thinking of? This is the act of a thug, not a university
- Simon Kelner: That beautiful and long-dead symbol of the future
- Lisa Markwell: The retention of perspective is a life skill to cherish
- Andrew Grice: They had a mutual interest in making trip work – and it did
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- The Last Word: Will this be the end for Little Master?
- Sachin Tendulkar hits 100th international century for India
- Cook cringes at comparisons as he hits ton of his own
- Angus Fraser: 'It was clear then he was a special talent'
- Sachin Tendulkar: a career in pictures
- Composed Alastair Cook the star of England's innings
- Five-star Panesar makes his statement of intent
- Greatness rewarded – and it is the real McCoy
- Synchronised surprise winner in thrilling Gold Cup at Cheltenham
- James Lawton: Sadness at end of road but relief that Kauto's exit was not tragic
- Gallant mare makes a man of Big Buck's
- Esprit may reassert traditional values against old guard
- The stable lad who won £1m – but did he deserve millions more?
- 'They're made for each other – both find more'
- James Lawton: Can Kauto Star light up the Gold Cup one last time?
- Cheltenham Festival Diary: Olympian view for Scu on the hill
- Geraghty's award-winning ride lets Nesbitt take a Festival bow
- BHA seeks to dampen deaths talk
- Sea Of Thunder can drown out big noise Boston Bob
- Henderson relishes 'decider' as two legends prepare for one more battle
- Cheltenham Festival Diary: Revealed - how to hit optimum weight without skipping dinner
- Breakthrough win is far from a Breeze for Russell
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- Simon Calder: Dogged pursuit of a bargain bed in Barking
- Travel Agenda: Australian Grand Prix; Christoph Hagel; British Airways' pop-up venue; River Cottage's The Pop-Up Hotel
- My Life In Travel: Gerry Cottle, circus owner and entertainer
- Open Jaw: Titanic Belfast - inspirational or plain misguided?
- Something To Declare: Caracas for under £500; Senegal; Go west from Southend; Latin American double
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- Nine million will live in 'fuel poverty' in the next four years
- Ovo Energy's price hike could be followed by the Big Six
- Donald MacInnes: Would a trapeze artist be excessive for my wedding?
- Questions Of Cash: After Vodafone's assurances, £816 bill came as a shock
- Ben Yearsley: Fund with an appetite for food and agriculture
- Money Insider: Act quickly as mortgage tide may be turning
- Derek Pain: Looking for recruits but we're too close to the market's peak
- The Bargain Hunter: Showerhead offer from Ecocamel
- Simon Read: We're all taking big risks dealing with financial firms
Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Vladimir Putin is given 'one last chance' to end hostilities in Ukraine
The 'scroungers’ fight back: The welfare claimants battling to alter stereotypes
The truth about conspiracy theories is that some require considering
Arizona execution lasts two hours as killer Joseph Wood left 'snorting and gasping' for air
Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Ukrainian military jet was flying close to passenger plane before it was shot down, says Russian officer
Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Massive rise in sale of British arms to Russia
- 1 Fifty Shades of Grey trailer: First look at Jamie Dornan as Christian Grey
- 2 Is Gideon Levy the most hated man in Israel or just the most heroic?
- 3 50 books for students to read this summer: From Ernest Hemingway to Gillian Flynn
- 4 Students offered grants if they tweet pro-Israeli propaganda