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- Philip Jenkinson: Film writer and historian who presentedthe BBC's 'Late Night Line-Up'
- Ray Barlow: Footballer at the heart of West Bromwich Albion's free-flowing 1950s side
- King George Tupou V: Reformer who brought democracy to Tonga
- Enrique Sierra: Guitarist with the influential Spanish band Radio Futura
- Joseph McNally: Businessman who took on IBM
- Red Holloway: Jazz saxophonist who also played with John Mayall
- Richard Curtis: It's shocking just how easy it can be to save a life
- Nature Studies by Michael McCarthy: It's springtime for the swingers of suburbia
- Laura Davis: Being a performer doesn’t mean you want to be a porn star
- Ibrahim Abubakar: Tuberculosis is both preventable and curable, so why is it still affecting millions?
- Simon Kelner: Twitterspeak evolved too late for Darwin, thankfully
- Lisa Markwell: Reducing the lure of fast food can only be good news
- David Baddiel: Comedy and sport are linked by a level playing field
- Lisa Markwell: Why I'm backing the 'Greggs tax' (but my teenage son isn't)
- Philip Pullman: Libraries are not just about books
- Nabila Ramdani: For French Muslims, this horror only makes matters worse
- Daniel Howden: A dispute in the desert is now a global security issue
- Amol Rajan: This therapeutic madness is taking over our schools
- Simon Kelner: Hospitality is just not the forte of the British
- John Lichfield: Sarkozy is likely to exploit this opportunity to the fullest
- Donald MacInnes: One vice shouldn't be cheaper than another
- Daniel Howden: If money's the motive, maybe it's the solution, too
- Deborah Ross: The secret of my success? Ask the tricky question last and flee
- Harriet Walker: Sneering at the Bercows is class snobbery
- Natalie Haynes: Fun-runners. Don't you just loathe them?
- Lewis Hamilton sets the pace in Malaysian Grand Prix practice
- McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh sees no benefit to proposed F1 flotation
- McLaren wary of Schumacher challenge
- Felipe Massa ignoring speculation Ferrari are to replace him
- Michael Schumacher backs controversial staging of Bahrain Grand Prix
- TeamGB Olympic kits, designed by Stella McCartney, revealed
- Swimming: The life of Hannah Miley
- Simon Rice: A glimpse inside the Olympic Park
- Home Games equals added pressure, admits Jessica Ennis
- Pofessor Greg Whyte: Fat is not an Olympic legacy issue, fitness is
- London Eye: Mongolia marathon man makes great strides as adopted Geordie
- Tom Peck: When fashion interferes with the Olympics, what do you get? Bonkersness
- Four bids for Olympic stadium
- Olympic news you may have missed...
- Simon Calder: In it for the long haul, for three and a half hours
- Travel Agenda: Palazzo Margherita; Cornwall; Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art; Berlin Biennale; Amsterdam
- My Life In Travel: James Anderson, professional cricketer
- Something to declare: Rural France; Isle of Wight; Bali; Australia eVisitor
- Open Jaw: Red tape and tourism
- Boost for train users in North
- 1 What, let gays get married? We must be bonkers
- 2 Rocky Horror star Tim Curry 'suffers major stroke'
- 3 Exclusive: How MI5 blackmails British Muslims
- 4 Lord of the Sings: Sir Christopher Lee, 91, to release heavy metal album
- 5 Exclusive: Woolwich killings suspect Michael Adebolajo was inspired by cleric banned from UK after urging followers to behead enemies of Islam
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