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Stoke v West Brom, Premier League, tonight 8pm
Lay West Brom at 3.7 to one
Stoke are having a good season and that’s mainly down to their home form – they have won seven of their 13 games at the Britannia Stadium where they are very solid (that’s the same number as Spurs). They have won four [...]
It had been widely accepted for sometime that global warming is leading to an increase in severe weather. But when it comes to predicting the specific pattern of future weather events, the assumption has been that we will get a more extreme version of the weather we already know. Now a new study from the [...]
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A weekly roundup of our bite-size games reviews, this week featuring ironically cliched shooting from Bulletstorm; ironically uncliched shooting from Killzone 3; unravelled platforming in Kirby’s Epic Yarn and the 3D colouring book that is De Blob 2.
Found your dream home? Then it’s time to think about selling your old one and that may mean finding the right estate agent.
Monday 28th February is the day. Our first Arts Council funded project “The Last of the Lake” has its development showing at The Point Theatre, Eastleigh. This sharing of work as it’s developing is a vital part of the process. It allows us to see what works and what doesn’t, it allows us to listen [...]
I like to think that I can spot a Media Lens shill from two feet away from a computer screen. But Ellie Keen got past the defences and it was not until her third email that I detected the distinctive edge of hard-left psycho-ideology.
For those of you who are not familiar with this cult of admirers of [...]
The things you find on YouTube. An interview I did with US National Public Radio on the day of the publication of Tony Blair’s memoir, A Journey. It came up with a heading “Bush Derangement Syndrome”, which seemed apposite.
Fast, and thick. Number 521 in the series of Questions to Which the Answer is No is asked by the Daily Mail on behalf of Richard Wiseman, professor of psychology at the University of Hertfordshire.
The clue to to the answer lies in the full title of Prof Wiseman’s book, from which the two-page spread is [...]
Number 520 in the series asked by the BBC.
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