Mankell will document his battle with the disease for a newspaper column
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Sunday 07 December 2008
Tuesday 02 December 2008
This is a scandal. As if British society is not already under enough pressure from one "credit crunch", we are now facing another. To find it, don't reach for your bank statement, however, switch on your television, where it is now virtually impossible to identify who is responsible for making the programmes. Credits are shrunk to a fraction of their natural size in order to give space to advertising, or run past the top of our screens as an illegible lightening-fast blur.
The Weekend's Television: Wallander, Sun, BBC1<br>Louis Theroux: Law and disorder in Philadelphia, Sun, BBC1</br><br>After Rome: Holy War and Conquest, Sat BBC2</br>
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Friday 26 September 2008
When you find yourself playing Cassio to Ewan McGregor's Iago, you could be forgiven for not standing out. Yet Tom Hiddleston was the name most bandied about by those who saw the Donmar's 'Othello' last winter. The Rada graduate is now starring opposite Kenneth Branagh in 'Ivanov', and last week made his film debut in 'Unrelated'. Next up, he's in the BBC's 'Wallander', again opposite Branagh. "Ken is calling it his Hiddleston year," joked the actor recently.
Wednesday 07 June 2006
The health and beauty retailer Bootsrevealed yesterday its planned merger with Alliance UniChem is likely to cost about £42m.
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