News archive from 14 March 2013

Sir Clive Woodward meets George North: Training's been brutal... now we're ready to do battle

Ahead of England versus Wales, Sportsmail brought together Sir Clive Woodward, the last man to coach England to a clean sweep, and George North, a defending champion on the Wales wing, to preview the Grand Slam grudge match. Luke Benedict joined them...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

'I'll rip that cheap wig off your head': Bobby Norris threatens Gemma Collins as they come to blows in TOWIE

They've had a very up and down relationship over the last few series and just when it looked like they were back on track things have taken a turn for the worse once again.During Wednesdays episode of The Only Way Is Essex Bobby Norris ends up...

 

Inked again Mixers! Leigh-Anne Pinnock gets a tattoo on her back (but don't worry, it's nothing like Cheryl...

They are fast becoming the must-have fashion statement for the UK's young pop bands.And Leigh-Anne Pinnock has decided to join the ranks of Harry Styles and her old X Factor mentor Tulisa by getting another tattoo. The 21-year-old Little Mix star...

 

The Spy Who Loved Leather: Laura Whitmore channels her inner Bond girl in a clinging coat as she heads to...

She is fast becoming the darling of the showbiz circuit and as another evening rolled on, Laura Whitmore was back out.The slim blonde, who rarely seems to turn down any sort of showbiz invite, channelled her inner Bond girl for the Shop To The Beat...

 

Check her out! Pixie Lott opts for cute high-waisted trousers as she brings beau Oliver Cheshire to Shop To...

As Pixie Lott's boyfriend, Oliver Cheshire must be dragged to quite a few girlie events.But on Wednesday evening the model must have been glad to be his girlfriend's plus one at a showbiz bash which combined electronics and shopping. Mamma Do singer...

 

Alma array scans heavens for celestial births

ANTENNAS of the Atacama Large Millimetre/submillimetre Array (Alma) peer into the blue from the Chajnantor plateau, Atacama desert, 1500 kilometres north of Santiago, Chile. The 66-antenna strong Alma array, a partnership between Europe, North America...

 
SNP blast UK’s decision ‘to drop minimum pricing’

SNP blast UK’s decision ‘to drop minimum pricing’

THE SNP has accused David Cameron of a "dereliction of responsibility" that will cost lives amid reports the UK government is set to abandon its alcohol minimum pricing policy. As the coalition government came under fire for contemplating...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Politics
 
Bill Jamieson: Afghanistan problem still defeats us

Bill Jamieson: Afghanistan problem still defeats us

WE PRIDE ourselves in our liberal social democracy. We have universal suffrage, free speech, parliamentary institutions, the rule of law and sophisticated health, welfare and education systems. But in the projection of these features, we meet a...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Politics
 
Peter Peacock: Education remains key to escaping cycle of poverty

Peter Peacock: Education remains key to escaping cycle of poverty

IT IS in the nature of things that societies worry about their education systems - never more so than today, when the competitive effects of globalisation present greater challenges to our children's futures. Providing first-rate education is the most...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Politics
 
Elijah Wood on Maniac and being a Hobbit for life

Elijah Wood on Maniac and being a Hobbit for life

ELIJAH Wood's latest film is called Maniac. In it, the world's most plucky Hobbit hangs up his hairy feet to play Frankie, a deeply disturbed serial killer who scalps his female victims. It’s about as far from the Shire as you can get. Maniac is a...

 
Art reviews: Edith Tudor-Hart | Schwitters In Britain

Art reviews: Edith Tudor-Hart | Schwitters In Britain

EDITH TUDOR-HART - the name suggests a lifelong Conservative. In fact, born Edith Suschitzky in Vienna in 1908, she was a lifelong Communist and a small-time spy. Edith Tudor-Hart: In The Shadow Of Tyranny Scottish National Portrait Gallery,...

 
Robin Ince on The Importance of Being Interested

Robin Ince on The Importance of Being Interested

ROBIN INCE and I are blethering in a London coffee bar as if time's just been called on Earth's oxygen supply, and we've got to get our last words heard. Off we go about cult movies (he offers a detailed synopsis of Philip Ridley’s The Reflecting...

 
Glasgow Comedy Festival: Luisa Omielan asks ‘What Would Beyoncé Do?’

Glasgow Comedy Festival: Luisa Omielan asks ‘What Would Beyoncé Do?’

AT THE start of 2012, Luisa Omielan was an unemployed 29-year-old who'd returned home to live with her mother. Heartbroken, she'd suffered a family crisis and was struggling with her mental health. A stand-up for four and a half years, she was going...

 

The Niel Gow Festival is worthy of celebration

LATER this month a flourish of fiddles will strike up in and around Dunkeld for the tenth annual Niel Gow Festival. However, while celebrating once again the memory of the great 18th-century maestro, who was born in Inver, just outside Dunkeld, the...

 

How the RSNO grabbed Nikolai Lugansky for a pair of Prokofiev concertos

IT'S not the first time someone from the old Eastern Bloc has claimed that opportunities were more straightforward, and easier to come by, under the old Communist rule. Nikolai Lugansky, the brilliant 40-year-old Moscow-born pianist, winner of many...

 


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