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Vennart Interview and album stream: ‘This album is more focused on vocals and guitar rather than pounding your head and complex riffs’
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Milton Keynes V Peterborough, League One, 7.45pm
Lay under 1.5 goals at 4-1 with Betfair
When Darren Ferguson took over as manager of Peterborough in January he pledged to shore up their defence. It took him about half a game to realise that for Peterborough, attack is the best form of defence and [...]
Who scored the best top-flight goal of the weekend? Tough question.
Danny Higginbotham, with his stunning set-piece for Stoke? Good shout. How about Maynor Figueroa? The Honduran’s match-winner for Wigan nearly burst Birmingham’s net. Or was it Louis Saha? His low drive aided Everton in their win over Fulham and it carried personal resonance, for the [...]
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There was a brief passage of time when Novak Djokovic lived up to his nickname. The Djoker. Not because he was doing the life-and-soul-of-the-party thing, the impressions, the running commentary, the often profligate banter. No. Of course, it was very funny for a while. A breath of fresh air. But it was after the initial [...]
Games review roundup: Yakuza 4; Homefront; Samurai Warriors: Chronicles; Yoostar 2: In The Movies; uDraw Studio
A weekly roundup of our bite-size games reviews, this week featuring underworld dealings from Yakuza 4; war on America in Homefront; the 3D samurai of Samurai Warriors: Chronicles acting the fool with Yoostar 2: In The Movies and the artistic delights of uDraw Studio.
Crime-lovers rejoice – your new home could be on the set of the latest Miss Marple or Sherlock Holmes drama
I haven’t had time to do a complete round-up, but here’s what I have so far…
A rash of Questions to Which the Answer is No. Number 534, above, was asked of Bob Hardy at The Guardian.
Then we have number 535:
Mike Huckabee, a man to watch?
Will Tories’ honesty and new-found oomph be enough?
And number 537:
Could Artifical Intelligence Replace The Human Radio Personality?
Mind you, I’m not sure about that last one.
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