The controversial archaeologist Zahi Hawass reveals how her lateness led to upset
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Sunday 23 December 2007
Leading doctors said yesterday that ballroom dancing could offer a treatment for Britain's growing number of obese people. Ballroom dancing, they claim, is not only good entertainment, as last night's television final of Strictly Come Dancing proved: it is one of the best forms of cerebral and aerobic exercise.
Tuesday 04 December 2007
Thursday 27 October 2005
Friday 14 October 2005
Sunday 23 January 2005
A boy king who died more than 3,000 years ago has emerged as the latest unlikely saviour of the troubled Millennium Dome.
Friday 03 December 2004
King Tut is coming back to America. But this time he will cost - so much indeed that the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, doyen of US museums which hosted the first Treasures of Tutankhamun show in 1978, is having nothing to do with the follow-up.
Sunday 21 November 2004
Friday 19 November 2004
It is one of the most puzzling whodunnits ever. Three thousand years after he died while King of Egypt, Tutankhamen's remains are to be X-rayed in an attempt to discover what - or who- killed him.
Monday 12 July 2004
Monday 13 December 1999
Tuesday 07 December 1999
- 1 Cameron's freebie to apartheid South Africa
- 2 Sherlock series 3: Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman provide teasers for the biggest comeback in British television
- 3 Is this the scariest advert ever? Japanese tyre commercial comes with its own disclaimer and health warning
- 4 Australian ultra-nationalist politician Stephanie Banister in car crash immigration TV interview
- 5 People will try to reduce Mandela to a lilting reggae tune about ‘love’. They will fail