News archive from 20 November 2016

Paddy Brennan wants to set Gold Cup record straight after riding Cue Card to another Betfair Chase victory

Jockey Paddy Brennan is dreaming of setting the record straight and striking gold with Cue Card after the 10-year-old landed a third Betfair Chase at Haydock in authoritative fashion. The highest rated staying chaser in Britain pulled 15 lengths clear...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Juventus 3-0 Pescara: Second-string Juve cruise past minnows as millennial Moise Kean makes his debut at 16

Newly promoted Pescara proved no test for an understrength Juventus, who were able to give a debut to a player born in the year 2000. Without rested goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon and injured defenders Giorgio Chiellini and Andrea Barzagli, the defending...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Jose Mourinho's spirits lifted by call from Diego Maradona after Arsenal earn late Manchester United draw

Jose Mourinho was cheered up by a call from Diego Maradona after Manchester United's frustrating draw against Arsenal. United manager Mourinho revealed the 1986 World Cup winner rang him following the 1-1 draw at Old Trafford, where Olivier Giroud's...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

West Ham manager Slaven Bilic says they 'showed we can play' despite late defeat heartache at Tottenham

Slaven Bilic found defeat hard to swallow but insisted his West Ham team have nothing to fear despite sliding closer to danger at a time when they prepare for a daunting trio of fixtures. Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool are the next opponents...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 
Different Gravey impresses at Ascot as Nicky Henderson seals 10th Countryside Chase win

Different Gravey impresses at Ascot as Nicky Henderson seals 10th Countryside Chase win

Remarkably, trainer Nicky Henderson was landing the Countryside Chase for the 10th time from his last 11 runners in the race since 2006. Toby Lawes, Henderson’s assistant, said: “Different Gravey will be a three-miler, but he’s not short of speed so...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
Premier League manager: Why I turned down Chelsea

Premier League manager: Why I turned down Chelsea

Three years have passed since he was offered the role and the Spaniard is now established as a manager in his own right at Middlesbrough – while his old boss at Real Madrid has realised his ambition of taking charge of Manchester United. Karanka’s...

Daily Star, 00:10 in Sport
 
New GP leader calls for end to ‘expensive’ five-a-day goal

New GP leader calls for end to ‘expensive’ five-a-day goal

The new leader of Britain’s 50,000 family doctors says the “five-a-day” target for fruit and vegetable consumption should be revised because it is unaffordable for many Britons. In her first interview since becoming the chair of the Royal College of...

Guardian, 00:14 in Health
 
Victorian abortion law ‘breaches human rights’

Victorian abortion law ‘breaches human rights’

A campaign to push for abortion to be removed from the justice statutes and decriminalised is to be launched this month by the country’s newest political party. Sophie Walker, leader of the non-partisan Women’s Equality party, said it was time that...

Guardian, 00:14 in Health
 
‘Cyber-bullies, obesity and stress … this is a scary world’ says the new top GP

‘Cyber-bullies, obesity and stress … this is a scary world’ says the new top GP

‘ This is a scary world,” says Dr Helen Stokes-Lampard, the new leader of the UK’s 49,439 GPs. She is not referring to soaring obesity, or the fact that dementia has replaced heart disease as the nation’s biggest killer, or the truth that everyone’s...

Guardian, 00:14 in Health
 
Album reviews: Michael Nau, Emeli Sande and Honeyblood

Album reviews: Michael Nau, Emeli Sande and Honeyblood

ALBUM OF THE WEEK Michael Nau Mowing (Full Time Hobby)  A beautiful mix of fragile acoustic guitar, plinky-plonk piano and Nau’s matter-of-fact vocals, all wrapped up in a mellow, almost wood-smoked 1970s sound. The bossa nova-driven Maralou,...

 
Theatre reviews: School Of Rock and Lazarus

Theatre reviews: School Of Rock and Lazarus

It is Horace Green, the exclusive $50,000 a year American prep school that, unwittingly, finds itself home to supply teacher Dewey Finn’s School Of Rock. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new musical, with a book adapted from the hit film by Julian Fellowes,...

 
Opera review: Simplicius Simplicissimus and Oreste

Opera review: Simplicius Simplicissimus and Oreste

Like many anti-Nazis who decided not to emigrate in the 1930s, the composer Karl Amadeus Hartmann had to play a double game. As a protest he banned any public performances of his work within the Third Reich and his compositions were only performed...

 
Dance review: La Sylphide by the Mikhailovsky Ballet

Dance review: La Sylphide by the Mikhailovsky Ballet

Trundling along in the shadow of the great Mariinski Theatre it became the second choice for tourists if the birthplace of classical ballet was full. I speak from experience how depressing that “second choice” label can be for budding Nijinskys and...

 
School Of Rock star David Fynn: Nothing beats the rush of theatre

School Of Rock star David Fynn: Nothing beats the rush of theatre

After only a week in London’s West End, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new musical School Of Rock is already a smash hit. Based on the film starring Jack Black, the stage adaptation brings together two of showbusiness’s leading Lords, composer Andrew Lloyd...

 
Book reviews: Irresistible love stories and the best new literary fiction

Book reviews: Irresistible love stories and the best new literary fiction

The Riviera Set by Mary S. Lovell(Little, Brown, £25) Its two charismatic owners dominate the narrative: Maxine Elliott, a self-made American millionaire, and legendary playboy Prince Aly Khan. The daughter of a Maine sea captain, Maxine became an...

 


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