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Tuesday 04 June 2013
Boss of home shopping firm JML said commitment to public vote would be popular with electorate
Tuesday 04 December 2012
Edward Bramson, the American investor who staged a boardroom coup at F&C Asset Management almost two years ago, is preparing to move to more of a back seat.
Monday 26 November 2012
The family show has 'run its natural course' according to actor Colin Morgan
Sunday 13 May 2012
One foot in the real world – the other on my funny bone
Friday 27 January 2012
"We shan't go to Camelot, 'tis a silly place," as Monty Python pointed out, and the BBC's sword-and-sorcery drama is pretty silly. It's also, however, enormous fun.
Friday 25 November 2011
The UK video games lobby has again called for industry tax breaks after Square Enix, which publishes the Lara Croft series, chose to open a new studio in Canada rather than Britain.
Tuesday 16 August 2011
To recent generations of television viewers, Richard Pearson was the voice of Mole in Cosgrove Hall's animated productions of The Wind in the Willows. His calm tones, along with those of Ian Carmichael (later Peter Sallis), David Jason and Michael Hordern for the similarly sympathetic characters of Rat, Toad and Badger, combined with the unhurried storylines, stop-motion animation and painstakingly created sets to give a sense of nostalgia for that Edwardian era of Kenneth Grahame's original novel. The 1983 television film was followed by four series of The Wind in the Willows (1984-88), as well as the spin-off Oh! Mr Toad! (1989 television film and 1990 series), all featuring Grahame's humanistic animal characters.
Friday 08 July 2011
The head of an organisation representing the UK videogames industry has won a top personal award for his leadership.
Tuesday 12 April 2011
A leading UK videogame organisation is hosting a party to celebrate its 10th anniversary.
Sunday 20 March 2011
Sunday 13 February 2011
Owen Coyle, from the tough, inner-city Gorbals, against Davie Moyes, born and raised for the first 10 years of his life in an edgy northern area of the city called Thornwood. Two Glaswegians who share an upbringing exposed to hardship, an appreciation of working-class values, a natural command, a passion for football and its ability to transform lives, and a sense of purpose that is shaped by defiance as much as ambition. Bolton versus Everton brings them together today, but they are united in a different, more significant way.
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