News archive from 4 February 2013

WARRINGTON WOLVES 40 - CASTLEFORD TIGERS 24: BEN WESTWOOD OFF TWO A FLYER

WARRINGTON WOLVES 40 - CASTLEFORD TIGERS 24: BEN WESTWOOD OFF TWO A FLYER

SECOND row forward Ben Westwood grabbed two tries as the Wolves kicked off the new campaign with victory. Westwood, in his testimonial season, grabbed a try in each half as the League favourites shot out of the blocks. Castleford fielded six debutants...

Daily Star, 23:59 in Sport
 
Borgen’s Filmhouse finale wows Edinburgh

Borgen’s Filmhouse finale wows Edinburgh

IT IS the Scandinavian political drama which producers feared would leave even Danish viewers cold. But the phenomenal success of Borgen reached the streets of Scotland yesterday, as hundreds turned out in the capital to watch a cinema screening of...

 
SEBASTIAN VETTEL'S RED HOT

SEBASTIAN VETTEL'S RED HOT

SEBASTIAN VETTEL is ready to hammer his Formula One rivals yet again after spending the winter relaxing with a spot of DIY. The triple world champion re-emerged in public yesterday to launch Red Bull's new RB9 car. “I've been pretty quiet, not done...

Daily Star, 23:59 in Sport
 
Lesley Riddoch: Borgen sets tone for equality

Lesley Riddoch: Borgen sets tone for equality

The television phenomenon that is Borgen is helping to oil the wheels of social change, writes Lesley Riddoch Borgen’s everywhere – on BBC4, on political programmes and at the Edinburgh Filmhouse where actress Sidse Babette Knudsen yesterday conducted...

 
ENGLAND 38 - SCOTLAND 18: OWEN FARRELL ROARS IN

ENGLAND 38 - SCOTLAND 18: OWEN FARRELL ROARS IN

OWEN FARRELL has grown from an England cub into a lion to help Stuart Lancaster's men make a roaring start to the Six Nations championship. This time 12 months ago Farrell was a novice thrust into the limelight of international rugby. Questions were...

Daily Star, 23:59 in Sport
 
Brian Ferguson: Fringe promoter full of persuasive intent

Brian Ferguson: Fringe promoter full of persuasive intent

IT IS not exactly a rare occurrence to be greeted by a wail of anguish when ringing publicists or PR people, but my favourite occasions are during what is perceived to be the "downtime" for an event or festival. From what I’m told, these can...

 
Borgen fans: ‘We don’t mind the subtitles. You don’t notice them after a while’

Borgen fans: ‘We don’t mind the subtitles. You don’t notice them after a while’

NEARLY 900 fans managed to get tickets for the three screenings at the Filmhouse yesterday, but many more turned out to catch a glimpse of Sidse Babett Knudsen - and hold out for last minute cancellations. Among those in the returns queue was Tara...

 
Juliet Dunlop: Borgen women a force to be reckoned with

Juliet Dunlop: Borgen women a force to be reckoned with

Ok, I admit it. I am a Johnny-come-lately; a straggler in the Danish drama department who doesn't know her Sarah Lund from her Saga Noren. I haven’t seen a single episode of The Killing or The Bridge – even the craze for Sarah Lund’s Nordic jumpers,...

 
Heads you win in London Dungeon’s carnage car boot sale

Heads you win in London Dungeon’s carnage car boot sale

BARGAIN hunters with a taste for the macabre snapped up a variety gruesome pieces of history when the London Dungeon sold off some of its unwanted props. Blood-curdling artefacts such a selection of “torture and surgical equipment”, “severed limbs”,...

 
Osborne backs bank break-up powers

Osborne backs bank break-up powers

The UK's biggest banks will be separated if they fail to follow new rules to ring-fence risky investment operations from High Street operations, the Chancellor is set to announce. George Osborne will tell City traders that taxpayers will never be...

BBC, 00:03 in Business
 
Rodin’s The Kiss unveiling delayed

Rodin’s The Kiss unveiling delayed

ART lovers have been left dis

 
Sponsored by Chapter set to close on Britain’s remotest bookshop

Sponsored by Chapter set to close on Britain’s remotest bookshop

Britain's remotest bookshop is up for sale - after the owners finally decided to close a chapter on an unlikely part of the history of Scottish literature. Over the years some of the country’s best-known writers have made a pilgrimage to the little...

 
MANCHESTER UNITED GO TEN POINTS CLEAR AT THE TOP OF THE PREMIER LEAGUE TABLE

MANCHESTER UNITED GO TEN POINTS CLEAR AT THE TOP OF THE PREMIER LEAGUE TABLE

Rooney's 79th-minute strike (right) secured United's 1-0 win at Fulham to exert even more pressure on their second-placed rivals Manchester City, who host Liverpool today. Man-of-the-match Rooney said: “We're in a good position but we're not going to...

 
DVD reviews: Liberal Arts | Chained

DVD reviews: Liberal Arts | Chained

Sometimes films get by on their innate likeability. Liberal Arts is a film like that. Liberal Arts Revolver, £15.99 The directorial debut of Josh Radnor (star of long-running US sitcom How I Met Your Mother), it capitalises on Radnor’s own on-screen...

 
Ambulance champion dies aged 88

Ambulance champion dies aged 88

A KIDDERMINSTER woman who dedicated her life to volunteering has died. Cath Jennings worked with the St John Ambulance service for more than 50 years and also helped create the Wyre Forest Arboretum. She died on January 25, aged 88. Mrs Jennings...

 


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