News archive from 2 June 2017

New Zealand v Australia live stream: How to watch the ICC Champions Trophy live online

New Zealand v Australia live stream: How to watch the ICC Champions Trophy live online

How to watch New Zealand v Australia Coverage of today’s game between New Zealand and Australia will be shown live on Sky Sports 2 and Sky Sports 2 HD from 10am. You can tune-in to Sky Sports 2 on Sky TV channel 402, Virgin TV channel 512, TalkTalk TV...

 
British & Irish Lions: Kyle Sinckler not letting himself get overawed in 'rugby heaven'

British & Irish Lions: Kyle Sinckler not letting himself get overawed in 'rugby heaven'

The Harlequins prop is yet to start an England Test, but will make his Lions bow from the off in tomorrow’s tour opener against the New Zealand Provincial Barbarians in Whangarei. The 24-year-old can recite a host of famed Lions speeches from the...

 
British & Irish Lions: Warren Gatland wants to silence New Zealand critics

British & Irish Lions: Warren Gatland wants to silence New Zealand critics

The Lions head coach touched down in his homeland to discover Kiwi media revelling in a poll that revealed 78 per cent of those quizzed could not name a single Lions tourist. But asked if his side are ready to shock an entire nation, Gatland said:...

 

Noise from Beatles' Sgt Pepper celebration confuses hundreds across Merseyside

Hundreds of people took to social media tonight over concerns of "loud bangs" across Merseyside. ECHO can confirm the "explosions" were part of a massive firework display at the Sgt. Pepper 50th anniversary light show in Woolton....

 
Coronation Street’s Lucy Fallon in tears as she recalls real-life sex exploitation story

Coronation Street’s Lucy Fallon in tears as she recalls real-life sex exploitation story

The 21-year-old told press including Express.co.uk that the harrowing scenes have prompted strangers to come up to her in the street to share stories of their similar ordeals. Fighting back tears, Lucy said: “I went to Manchester to put some flowers...

 
Last night’s TV reviewed: Proof is always the catch

Last night’s TV reviewed: Proof is always the catch

Well, sometimes they do, as How To Live Mortgage Free With Sarah Beeny would suggest.  The best, like Catching A Killer (C4), are making a point that viewers might not fully appreciate until they’ve watched the show.  This riveting true crime...

 

Manchester attack: Salman Abedi's cousins say 'he did it secretly'

Two cousins of the Manchester bomber say they had no idea he was planning to carry out his attack. Isaac and Abz Forjani were arrested by police after the attack - and were questioned for a week - but have since been released without charge. They say...

BBC, 00:09 in Regional
 
Weekend books: Celebrities review shortlist of Baileys Women’s Prize For Fiction

Weekend books: Celebrities review shortlist of Baileys Women’s Prize For Fiction

THE DARK CIRCLE by Linda Grant ★★★★ Virago, £8.99  IT’S the end of the 1940s and Britain is slowly recovering from the pummelling it received during the Second World War. Attlee’s government is rolling out its socialist agenda, including the creation...

 
Theatre review: On The Town at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Theatre review: On The Town at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Having premiered on Broadway in 1944, On The Town took musical theatre into uncharted territory thanks to the killer combo of Leonard Bernstein’s music, Jerome Robbins’ choreography and words and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green.  For this...

 
Author Emma Donoghue: My six best books

Author Emma Donoghue: My six best books

AFFINITY by Sarah Waters Little, Brown £8.99 I love all her books and I read this cover to cover on a night fl ight. It’s set in a women’s prison in Victorian London. It’s a conversational duel between a prisoner and a lady visitor. The end had me...

 
Review: Wonder Woman - Comic book Gal power rocks superhero world

Review: Wonder Woman - Comic book Gal power rocks superhero world

Can you see what is missing from the list? The superhero world is an unrelentingly macho place. Well, move over boys because here come the girls with the long-awaited and very entertaining screen version of Wonder Woman.  There have been so many...

 
Singer Elkie Brooks: My six best albums

Singer Elkie Brooks: My six best albums

ELLA FITZGERALD: Ella Swings Lightly (Universal) The very first album I was bought, by my brother, when I was 11. I loved all the songs. I’d only heard her on the radio and thought she was a willowy blonde lady – until I got this and saw a rather big...

 
British high-street sales hit by weak demand for fashion - BDO Tracker

British high-street sales hit by weak demand for fashion - BDO Tracker

Sales on Britain's high streets fell 1.3 percent in May, dragged lower by weak demand for clothes and shoes, according to accountancy group BDO's High Street Sales Tracker. Like-for-like sales in the fashion sector fell 3.6 percent on the same month a...

Reuters, 00:11 in Business
 
UBS to change how advisers get paid ahead of fiduciary rule deadline

UBS to change how advisers get paid ahead of fiduciary rule deadline

UBS Group AG (UBSG.S) is changing the way it pays U.S. financial advisers on retirement accounts before a U.S. Labour Department rule goes into effect next week, and halting the sale of a small number of noncompliant products, a senior UBS wealth...

Reuters, 00:11 in Business
 
Split star Betty Buckley reveals how James McAvoy left crew ‘bursting into applause’

Split star Betty Buckley reveals how James McAvoy left crew ‘bursting into applause’

In an exclusive interview ahead of the DVD release on June 5th, the Broadway singer and Carrie star told Express.co.uk: “I’m a huge fan of McAvoy and have been for many years, I just think he’s brilliant. It was a great pleasure and we had a week and...

 


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