News archive from 10 November 2013

Paris Saint-Germain 3 Nice 1: Magic show from Ibra as super Swede's hat-trick inspires win

Zlatan Ibrahimovic was again in a class of his own as his hat-trick earned Paris Saint-Germain a 3-1 win against Nice and a four-point lead in Ligue 1. Ibrahimovic took his league tally to eight goals for the campaign, both he and strike partner...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 

Start spreadin' the news! Tamera Foster makes a rousing comeback as The X Factor swings into action on Big...

The comments may well have been mixed, but The X Factor's youngest contestant did her best to knock it out of the park on another night of high drama for this year's hopefuls. Indeed, as Big Band Night got into full swing, 16-year-old Tamera Foster...

 

Natalie Gumede unable to perform on Strictly Come Dancing after fainting twice during rehearsals... but...

235 View comments Natalie Gumede is unable to compete on Saturday night's Strictly Come Dancing. The 29-year-old actress has been ruled out of performing after fainting twice during rehearsals with her professional partner Artem Chingvintsev. But as...

 
Why Britain loves Borgen: powerful women and politics with a human face

Why Britain loves Borgen: powerful women and politics with a human face

Sidse Babett Knudsen as Birgitte Nyborg and Alastair Mackenize as her architect lover in the new series of Borgen. Photograph: BBC She now wears killer heels, designer suits, has a sexy British lover, and so much money from making speeches to business...

Guardian, 00:11 in Showbiz
 
Classic children's books revived to enthral today's young generation

Classic children's books revived to enthral today's young generation

Joshua Lester and Jocelyn Macnab as Tim and Topsy in the new CBeebies drama series. They are looking after a friend’s guinea pigs but they escape. Photograph: BBC/Darrall Macqueen Ltd Characters who delighted millions of children through books in the...

Guardian, 00:11 in Showbiz
 

Little Mix: Salute – review

Buy it from Buy the CD Download as MP3 Little Mix Salute Syco 2013 Little Mix followed up their 2011 X Factor victory with a surprisingly good debut that seemed aimed squarely at filling the void left by Girls Aloud's hiatus (one song was even...

Guardian, 00:11 in Showbiz
 
Doctor Who and the secret of the cereal packet Tardis

Doctor Who and the secret of the cereal packet Tardis

Matt Smith and David Tennant united for the 50th-anniversary special of Doctor Who this month – with John Hurt as a 'renegade' Doctor striding through the flames. Photograph: Adrian Rogers/BBC A cardboard Tardis, made four decades ago from discarded...

Guardian, 00:11 in Showbiz
 
On my radar: Matt Stokoe's cultural highlights

On my radar: Matt Stokoe's cultural highlights

Matt Stokoe: the final series of Misfits is on now. Durham-born actor Matt Stokoe graduated from the National Youth Theatre and appeared in a number of minor TV roles before landing the part of Alex in the Bafta-winning sci-fi comedy drama series...

Guardian, 00:11 in Showbiz
 
Jonathan Meades: 'I find everything fascinating and that is a gift'

Jonathan Meades: 'I find everything fascinating and that is a gift'

'A passion for architecture': Jonathan Meades on the roof of Le Corbusier’s Cité Radieuse in Marseille, where he lives. Photograph: Alexa Brunet Somewhat predictably, my taxi driver pulls a face as we arrive at the great concrete hive-come-cliff that...

Guardian, 00:11 in Showbiz
 
Number of NHS 'super managers' earning up to £240,000 soars amid pay freeze fear

Number of NHS 'super managers' earning up to £240,000 soars amid pay freeze fear

Protesters stand outside Trafford general hospital in Urmston, Manchester, earlier this year. Photograph: Dave Thompson/PA The number of elite NHS "super-managers" being paid up to £240,000 a year to implement the government's controversial...

Guardian, 00:13 in Health
 
From the Observer archive, 10 November 1963: Which? puts contraceptives to the test

From the Observer archive, 10 November 1963: Which? puts contraceptives to the test

Which? conducted laboratory tests of contraceptives in 1963, and offered advice on 'best buys'. Photograph: Sarah Lee for the Guardian The ten-shilling supplement on contraceptives available to Which? subscribers from next Friday will compare 158...

Guardian, 00:13 in Health
 

Miliband Slams Payday Lenders' Kids Ads

Payday loans companies should be banned from advertising during children's TV shows, Labour leader Ed Miliband has said. Mr Miliband used a piece in the Sun on Sunday newspaper to claim youngsters are targeted by firms keen to exploit "pester...

 

Amsterdam-azing! Laura Whitmore puts on a leggy display in a TINY royal blue playsuit as she prepares to...

She's waiting for her big moment, which will see her host the red carpet coverage of Sunday night's MTV Europe Music Awards. And Laura Whitmore certainly ensured she made an impact as she touched down in Amsterdam to attend a press conference on...

 

Nicole Scherzinger enjoys an X Factor style overhaul in a dramatic canary yellow fishtail gown... as Sharon...

90 View comments She tends to stick to glamorous gowns in muted hues as she struts her stuff on The X Factor stage. But Nicole Scherzinger injected a welcome pop of colour to Big Band night on Saturday as she showcased her stunning hourglass curves in...

 

Hurt your head? American X Factor judge Simon Cowell wears a headache cooling strip on a drive around...

He might be a Hollywood high-flyer but even Simon Cowell can get fall victim to a troublesome headache at times. The 54-year-old was spotted wearing a headache cooling patch on his forehead as he drove around Beverly Hills on Thursday, showing that he...

 


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