As easy as winning the lottery

`Who wants to be a millionaire?' is brain-dead and hugely popular. But is it a quiz? Tim Dowling investigates

Radio Four's changes win the ear of not-so-disgusted of Tunbridge Wells; ... as Radio One loses 250,000 breakfast listeners

ZOE BALL and her co-host Kevin Greening remain a turn-off for hundreds of thousands of Radio 1 listeners, according to figures released yesterday by Rajar (Radio Joint Audience Research Ltd).

Tarrant puts his foot in it

Accident-prone radio and television star Chris Tarrant has broken his leg - only a few weeks after falling out of a tree and breaking his arm.

It just eats you up for breakfast

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I work for: Chris Tarrant

Susan Miller is PA to radio presenter and TV personality Chris Tarrant

Who wants to be a millionaire?

Who wants to be a millionaire? Joe Tagiliarini did. And he was the first person to "cash in" on a million-pound policy against alien abduction.

Why size isn't everything

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Full speed ahead for Railtrack

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i don't care if woody allen's got one

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1946: Children's Hour, television's first programme for children, is first broadcast on 9 June. Muffin the Mule makes his debut, with human sidekick Annette Mills.
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