You may also worry you're not conversant enough in current design lingo to get much out of new BBC2 series The Great Interior Design Challenge. Fear not. The only vocab you needed to enjoy last night's episode was "upcycle". It's a verb meaning "to take a perfectly decent piece of furniture and ruin it by the addition of some old tat you bought at a car boot sale".
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Wednesday 25 May 2011
The alleged killer of Milly Dowler "joked" about her disappearance a week after the schoolgirl went missing, a court heard today.
Wednesday 11 May 2011
Milly Dowler's uncle may have come face to face with the schoolgirl's killer hours after she was snatched off the street, the Old Bailey heard today.
Wednesday 04 May 2011
Labour leader Ed Miliband denied today that he was undergoing surgery on his adenoids to make his voice sound more attractive to voters.
Sunday 01 May 2011
Friday 18 March 2011
Friday 11 March 2011
A Northern Ireland local election candidate has escaped injury after a pipe bomb exploded on his bed.
Sloane Crosley: I will obsess over a paper cut. It’s not hypochondria. The diagnosis is 'being a big baby'
Saturday 05 March 2011
For the average person, taken to their sick bed, it takes a serious bout of pneumonia or a full body cast to completely forget the life they had prior to falling off the rollercoaster. I, however, will do this over a paper cut on my thumb, obsessing of said cut and being generally consumed by it. It's not hypochondria. The medical diagnosis of my condition is something like "being a big baby."
Thursday 03 March 2011
Charlie Sheen shares a bed with his two girlfriends.
Friday 25 February 2011
Sunday 09 January 2011
Friday 10 December 2010
Counselling can help bereaved children come to terms with the loss of a parent. David McKittrick reports from Belfast
Saturday 23 October 2010
Sunday 22 August 2010
Men leaving the toilet seat up is their most annoying habit, according to a survey of their other halves.
Monday 02 August 2010
Sleeping later at the weekend could be vital to our health and wellbeing, research has suggested.
Deborah Ross: 'Some days I wake up laughing at men, go to bed laughing at men, and as for the hours in between...'
Saturday 17 July 2010
If you ask me, the announcement from BBC Radio that it plans to launch a Man's Hour as a counter-point to Woman's Hour is excellent news, as why shouldn't men have their own forum to discuss their thoughts, feelings and the bathroom cabinet from Ikea they assembled upside down and which, all these years later, will still only open from the top? It's not as if they can discuss such important issues with their womenfolk in a supportive atmosphere at home because, in my experience, women just fall about laughing, in the most unsupportive manner, and will then say to each other: "If you don't believe me, go up into the bathroom and try opening the cabinet from the bottom. I know! How dumb do you have to be? Amazing!"
More Britons believe that multiculturalism makes the country worse - not better, says poll
Osborne to cap family benefits at £23,000 – announced ahead of his post-election Budget
Nathan Collier: Montana man inspired by same-sex marriage ruling requests right to wed two wives
Forget little green men – aliens will look like humans, says Cambridge University evolution expert
Girl, 7, stares down hate preacher at Ohio festival with pro-LGBT rainbow flag gesture
Sickness and disability benefits could be reduced by £30 a week as part of £12bn welfare cuts
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- 3 People all over the world are getting semicolon tattoos to draw attention to mental health
- 4 Greek debt crisis: Yanis Varoufakis's funniest (and most memorable) quotes
- 5 Swedish minister gives strongest case yet on why EU should stop turning away asylum seekers