News Jack Hammersley and Jorge Gill recreated wakeboarding, similar to that pictured, in a carpark in Guildford

Jack Hammersley and Jorge Gill were criticised for using a pulley system to wakeboard in an underground carpark

Phaedra/Total Immersion, Barbican Hall, London<br/>Daniel Hope and Friends, Elgar Room, London<br/>From Popstar to Operastar, ITV 1

Hans Werner Henze is not the maestro he once was, and brace yourselves: ITV does opera...

Edward Bawden, Bedford Gallery, Bedford

Like Dufy, Edward Bawden looks easy to imitate, until you try. Unlike the ebullient French painter of pleasure, however, Bawden could not have been more English – in the manner of his time.

Mark Glazebrook

Mark Glazebrook's contribution to Bedford Park (from his E. J. May, not Norman Shaw, house) went further than raising money for the church (Obituary, 26 November 2009), writes Dr D. W. Budworth.

Frank Branston: Journalist who exposed local corruption and became mayor of Bedford

Frank Branston was a brilliant investigative journalist, specialising in local government issues in Bedford and Bedfordshire. He founded his own newspaper, Bedford on Sunday (later Bedfordshire on Sunday), and became Bedford's first directly elected mayor in 2002. He also wrote two novels.

Girls shouldn't expect to 'have it all' says school head

Girls' expectations that they can "have it all" may be overly ambitious and they should not feel guilty for taking time out of future careers to raise children, a leading headmistress said today.

Retiring hotelier reveals secrets of his celebrity guests

As the manager of one of Asia's most famed hotels for more than four decades, Kurt Wachtveitl has done just about everything.

'Sparks' expected in London Marathon

Dave Bedford is sitting in the bar of the Tower hotel, sinking a bottle of London Pride. The Portland stone of London's landmark bridge is gleaming in the sunshine behind him and the old showman of the track has a glint in his eye. The clock is ticking down to the Flora London Marathon, Bedford's pride and joy, and this year the race director is expecting "some sparks" at the sharp end of the 36,000 field will wend its way on the 26.2 mile route from Blackheath to The Mall on Sunday.


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Baby found abandoned in bushes

A three-hour old infant was saved from what would almost certainly have been death from hypothermia yesterday when she was found left under bushes by three teenage boys.

Teenager murdered in street stabbing

Police confirmed today that a 19-year-old man stabbed in the street was murdered.

Teenager found stabbed to death outside pub

Police were searching a town centre today after a man was found with fatal stab wounds.

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Honda Civic Type R

If a high-revving hot hatch is your thing, look no further. David Wilkins and our panel try out a rather uncivilised Civic

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