Chris Evans won the battle of the breakfast shows pulling in 1.7 million more listeners to his Radio 2 show than his Radio 1 rival Chris Moyles, according to figures released today.
CPO shareholders opposed to move need just 25 per cent of vote to scupper club's plans
The desperate lengths that Chelsea have gone to in order to win a crucial vote tomorrow, which will ultimately decide whether they can sell Stamford Bridge and move to a new stadium in west London, can be revealed today by i.
Sam Wallace's exclusive investigation into the struggle for Stamford Bridge
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Unbearable tension in a Tokyo tale
Japan has been slow to admit the scale of the meltdown. But now the truth is coming out. David McNeill reports from Soma City
It is fitting perhaps that the resignation of Japan's prime minister was greeted by Tokyo's worst downpour of the year. Like a steamy tropical storm, the pressure in Japan's capital has been building all summer.
The Ghibli museum is a shrine to Japan's fascination with the art of animation, says Danielle Kubo
David McNeill meets a nuclear worker who sees it as his duty to save the stricken plant – even if it means an early grave
The family of Lindsay Hawker, an English teacher who was murdered in Japan, flew out yesterday to see her killer sentenced, having called for him to be given the "heaviest punishment" possible.
A strong earthquake jolted on Sunday the same area of northeastern Japan that was hit by a massive quake in March, but there was no sign of further damage along the coast or to the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant, officials said.
Whilst insects are often greeted with a shudder in the Western world, in Japan, these tiny creatures are a source of admiration and enthralment. It's this intriguing cultural difference that forms the basis of a documentary by Jessica Oreck, who spent six weeks in Japan filming the country's fascination with insects. "They couldn't get it into their heads that the same culture didn't exist in America," says the young director. "Every time I started oohing and aahing over a beetle, the entomologist would be like, 'What, they don't sell these in your grocery stores?'"
In a country synonymous with the buttoned-down corporate army that keeps its huge economy humming, getting Japan to ditch its suits is an uphill task. A summer power crunch in Tokyo exacerbated by the crisis at the Fukushima nuclear plant, however, is forcing the government to ask the impossible.
Foreigners are more welcome than ever in a city coming to terms with tragedy, says Adrian Hamilton
Neil Lennon ended a troubled season on a high at Hampden Park on Saturday as Celtic lifted the Scottish Cup with victory over Motherwell. It gave Lennon his first piece of silverware as Celtic manager after they lost out to Rangers in the league. It is also likely to result in a new long-term contract. "He's got a good future," said Dermot Desmond, Celtic's majority shareholder "He'll get a new contract; for a very long time." Lennon said of the 3-0 victory: "We love the game, we try to entertain and we try to win with a bit of style."