Sport Jamie Murray (L) suffered from heat stroke following his victory with doubles partner John Peers (R) over Matt Reid and Luke Saville at the Australian Open

Murray required several hours treatment following the first round victory after playing in extreme temperatures of over 40C

Samantha Stosur, Petra Kvitova, Caroline Wozniacki, Maria Sharapova, Li Na, Vera Zvonareva and Agnieszka Radwanska pose for the cameras ahead of the season-ending WTA Championships in Istanbul

Women's tennis hits peak - but where are the stars?

Record crowds, record money, but questions over quality

Deaf disco turns up the bass for hard of hearing

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Brad Paisley, O2, London<br/>Death in Vegas, Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth

Paisley is a defiant proponent of guns'n'trucks country-and-western

Iron Maiden, O2 Arena, London

It is often said that heavy metal and pop have much more in common than either would like to admit, and there isn't a band for whom the blurring of the lines is more evident than Iron Maiden. They have always played their shows like heavier versions of the Moulin Rouge: heroically ridiculous, such gigs are as much a spectacle as anything offered by Lady GaGa.

Business Diary: An economist swaps sides

A new tactic from HM Treasury? Earlier this week, the National Institute for Economic and Social Research published a pretty damning report on the Government's economic policy, basically accusing the Chancellor of getting it wrong. Now the NIESR has announced a new director of macroeconomic research: he is Dr Angus Armstrong, who currently does something very similar for, wait for it, the Treasury. Has George Osborne dispatched an infiltrator?

Neil Diamond, O2 Arena, London

A Union Jack and Stars and Stripes flutter on screen together at the close of "America", Neil Diamond's idealistic love letter to his homeland. So in one deft move he rebuilds the special relationship in London. You instantly sense how this trouper in his 71st year strives to make every crowd from Cape Town to Glasgow feel a personal connection. Yet for much of the two-hour set, Neil Diamond remains impossible to resist.

Glee Live, O2, London

It's hard to remember life before Glee, a time before our hearts were first captured by what is now one of the most famous TV casts in the world. A show that was perhaps first intended to be a sassy comedy for those with an inclination towards musical theatre has become a phenomenal tribute to the underdog. The Glee fanbase is home to a borderline ridiculous amount of devotion.

Kings of Leon, Hyde Park, London<br/>tUnE-yArDs, The Haunt, Brighton

The US rockers used to be warm and engaging, so why have they become such whingers?

The Royal Ballet, O2 Arena, London

Two houses, both alike in dignity...first Covent Garden and now the 02

First Night: Romeo and Juliet, O2 Arena, London

A love story big enough for the O2

A new arena for dance: Will 50,000 people flock to the O2 for Romeo and Juliet?

From tonight, the Royal Ballet will perform Romeo and Juliet at a huge rock arena in London. Wherefore? <b>Nicola Christie</b> speaks to Carlos Acosta, Tamara Rojo and the Royal Opera House's Tony Hall about their desire to make classical dance accessible to all.
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