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

RADIO: So farewell, Mark and Lard; good morning, Zoe Ball. David Runciman wishes her luck in Radio One's toughest slot

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

DRIVING AMBITIONS 4: THE LIMOUSINE DRIVER Our series, putting professional drivers in their dream cars, sees Stephen Sanders in a Cinquecento . Matthew Gwyther reports stretch limo chauffeur Stephen Sanders in the tiny Cinquecento

Full speed ahead for Railtrack

It Seems that even Railtrack, with all the doubts expressed by some sceptics, has caught the bug that seems to catch most utility shares. Growth in profits accelerates far quicker than had seemed likely, as old inefficiencies are wiped out.

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

They're not 1980s relics, says Filofax plc. Oh, no? says Matthew Sweet

ARE YOU SITTING COMFORTABLY? A HISTORY OF CHILDREN'S TV

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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After the wholesale butchery of Idi Amin's regime, elephant populations are finally recovering
The London: After 350 years, the riddle of Britain's exploding fleet is finally solved

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Airbus has patented a jet that could fly from London to New York in one hour

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Tate Sensorium

New exhibition at Tate Britain invites art lovers to taste, smell and hear art
Ashes 2015: Nice guy Steven Finn is making up for lost time – and quickly

Nice guy Finn is making up for lost time – and quickly

He was man-of-the-match in the third Test following his recall to the England side
Ashes 2015: Remember Ashton Agar? The No 11 that nearly toppled England

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Turkey-Kurdish conflict: Obama's deal with Ankara is a betrayal of Syrian Kurds and may not even weaken Isis

US betrayal of old ally brings limited reward

Since the accord, the Turks have only waged war on Kurds while no US bomber has used Incirlik airbase, says Patrick Cockburn
VIPs gather for opening of second Suez Canal - but doubts linger over security

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VIPs gather for opening of second Suez Canal - but is it really needed?
Jeremy Corbyn dresses abysmally. That's a great thing because it's genuine

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Fashion editor, Alexander Fury, applauds a man who clearly has more important things on his mind
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So the male menopause is real, they say, but what would the Victorians, 'old' at 30, think of that, asks DJ Taylor
Man Booker Prize 2015: Anna Smaill - How can I possibly be on the list with these writers I have idolised?

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