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A look at the rivalry between the two Premier League sides

Kate Hughes: If I'd won £148m I'd call for financial advice

I'm not sure about you, but if I'd just won £148m and change in the Euromillions lottery I wouldn't be elated, I'd be terrified. And I certainly wouldn't be doing press interviews no matter how cajoling the people at Camelot were.

Tuscan sun: the terrace at the Castello di Casole

Room service: Castello di Casole, Tuscany, Italy

Country life goes lux in Tuscany

Barenboim conducts the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra

Prom 18: Barenboim/West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, Royal Albert Hall

It’s been quite a journey, from Beethoven’s First Symphony to his Ninth in eight days. The Red Arrows even gave us a fly-past to celebrate at the end...

Prom 18: Barenboim/West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, Royal Albert Hall

A fitting crosstown curtain raiser to the Olympics opening night

Jamie Oliver’s Union Jacks pizza restaurant in Covent Garden

Restaurants: Waiter, I can't hear myself eat

Restaurant critics routinely award points for "ambience," which can mean anything from parquet flooring to the number of yummy mummies in the room. Human chatter almost always makes for good ambience, an index of conviviality the patron has somehow contrived. But when does restaurant buzz become unacceptable noise?

Domino's praises the couch potato

The recent bout of rainy weather, combined with the lure of the Euro 2012 soccer championships on television, helped lift profits at Domino's Pizza.

A new scientific model will help to predict EMI's star acts, such as Kylie Minogue, make the perfect song

The perfect pop song? It's the algorithm, not the rhythm, that counts

Predicting a No 1 song used to be a mug's game. But today a team of data experts and computer geeks will generate a scientific model which promises to help EMI's star acts craft the perfect hit.

Natalie Haynes: E-books are ephemeral, real books for life

Celebrate independent booksellers' week by picking up a special edition of a Julian Barnes, Poetry Diary or Simon Garfield
Best foot forward: Steven Gerrard's leadership has given England a credibility and a belief that they can eclipse previous achievements at the Euros

England no longer a national joke

Euro 2012 has seen a return to old values after years of chronic failure

Massimo Bottura, whose restaurant has won three Michelin stars and comes fifth in the World's 50 Best Restaurants list: 'I can't stand arrogance - so many chefs are full of it'

My Life In Food: Massimo Bottura

Bottura is possibly the most influential figure in the new generation of Italian chefs. His avant-garde approach has seen his Modena restaurant, Osteria Francescana, win three Michelin stars and come 5th in the World's 50 Best Restaurants list. He sits on the board of Ferran Adrià's Basque Culinary Centre.

Her Majesty's meatballs: Pizza Hut's Jubilee tribute

Pizza watch: A Jubilee tie-in that's barely regal

It's back! Hot off the stone, our occasional look at crimes against pizza.

DJ Taylor: Is Joey Barton a Roundhead or a Cavalier?

The Civil War may be hundreds of years ago, but its divisions still linger. Talking of unending atrocities, Alan Partridge is back

Between the Covers 06/04/2012

Your weekly guide to what's really going on inside the world of books
The utilitarian pizza is available for experimentation
in a way that other classic dishes aren’t

Trending: Pizza - death by a thousand slices

There's a rash of abominable dishes being served up in the name of pizza. But, asks Will Dean, whoever thought it needed reinventing anyway?

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