News archive from 9 April 2017

Mesut Ozil move plotted by Man United: Jose Mourinho believes this about Arsenal star

Mesut Ozil move plotted by Man United: Jose Mourinho believes this about Arsenal star

The pair worked together at Real Madrid where the club sold him against the will of supporters to Arsenal in 2013. It is said the La Liga giants felt £42.5million was too good to refuse.  However, Mourinho and Mesut Ozil could link back up at Old...

 
BBC One celebrates Victoria Wood's career with new series

BBC One celebrates Victoria Wood's career with new series

Our Friend Victoria, presented by her close friend and muse Julie Walters, is a collection of classic sketches and songs mixed with memories of Victoria from friends who worked with her and admirers of her work, including Michael Ball, Maxine Peake,...

 
Who is Pearl Mackie - the exciting new name in the final series of Doctor Who?

Who is Pearl Mackie - the exciting new name in the final series of Doctor Who?

The answer is you cast a relatively unknown actress called Pearl Mackie and make her Doctor Who’s new companion. Just how good is she? Well, ask writer and show boss Steven Moffat and incumbent Time Lord Peter Capaldi, who signed her up for this huge...

 
University Challenge's Bobby Seagull is flying high as new career in TV looms

University Challenge's Bobby Seagull is flying high as new career in TV looms

The London maths teacher impressed viewers with his infectious personality and broad smile. But his team, Emmanuel College Cambridge, were knocked out of the semi-finals. Now he hopes to use his new-found fame to become a TV personality and share his...

 
Man behind Line of Duty reveals he wrote show after police shooting blunder

Man behind Line of Duty reveals he wrote show after police shooting blunder

The 27-year-old was shot dead by police in 2005 at Stockwell Tube station after he was mistaken for a suicide bomber.  Series writer Jed Mercurio, who also wrote BBC drama Bodies, said the incident inspired him to create the anti-corruption unit...

 
Idris Elba on new series Guerrilla

Idris Elba on new series Guerrilla

Why did you want to be part of this?  We think about the Black Panthers in the US or Martin Luther King but England had a similar movement. It was far from easy to be black or Indian in 1970s England but we’ve never seen that story on British...

 
TV round-up: Save Money: Good Food and Second Chance Summer: Tuscany

TV round-up: Save Money: Good Food and Second Chance Summer: Tuscany

To achieve her temporary escape she is doing a show with chef Matt Tebbutt called Save Money: Good Food (ITV, Tuesday).  This involves trying to make people spend less money on food. Good luck with that.  If there’s one thing that cheers up everyone...

 

Nicola Adams wins on professional debut against Virginia Carcamo

Olympic golden girl Nicola Adams made a winning start to her professional career by convincingly out-pointing Argentina’s seven-fight veteran Virginia Carcamo. The arrival of the first lady of boxing brought decorum to the crowd in the wake of the...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 

Liam Smith beats Liam Williams in controversial circumstances after clash of heads

Liam Smith looked like he had been dragged through an abattoir yet emerged bloodied and victorious from his Battle of Britain with Liam Smith. As Williams was retired by his corner as the bell rang for the start of the tenth round the carnage in the...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 

Loved Co-operative? It may be time to... DIVORCE as struggling bank draws up a shortlist of several bids...

Married couples are more likely to divorce than switch banks. But sometimes events outside a customer’s control make them reassess their choice of financial partner. The mounting doubts over the independent future of the Co-operative Bank proved the...

 

TV Dragon Deborah Meaden tells how her worst mistake taught her a lesson... 'never buy an investment you...

Deborah Meaden, the multi-millionaire Dragons’ Den investor, was so poor as a child she says her mother went without food so she would have enough to eat. Meaden also ran up a credit card debt equivalent to £20,000 in today’s money when she was a...

 

TONY HETHERINGTON: Cash down the drain... could YOU reclaim for bogus water charges?

Tony Hetherington is Financial Mail on Sunday's ace investigator, fighting readers corners, revealing the truth that lies behind closed doors and winning victories for those who have been left out-of-pocket. Find out how to contact him below. A.D....

 

New rules are already helping customers whose annual home and motor insurance is coming to an end

Consumers whose annual home and motor insurance is coming to an end are being urged to act on new rules and shop around when the renewal notice arrives. By doing so, they will find a better deal at a lower cost – especially those who have been with...

 

Should you say goodbye to your home phone line? TOBY WALNE plots the rise and fall of the landline

The home phone is heading towards extinction. TOBY WALNE plots the rise and fall of the landline and assesses whether it really is time to hang up on the old handset. The landline telephone used to sit at the heart of the family home, taking pride of...

 

'Our pension cash will run out'... new report claims small business owners have ‘unrealistic pension...

A staggering 45 per cent of small business owners expect to outlive their retirement funds, according to new research. The authors of the report claimed owners of small and medium-sized enterprises have ‘unrealistic pension expectations’ and could be...

 


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