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Olly Murs: Singer offers to swap tickets for axed shows

Olly Murs: Singer offers to swap tickets for axed shows

Olly Murs has offered fans who were left out of pocket, when a promoter went bust cancelling two of his shows, the chance to swap their tickets. The singer was to perform at Exeter's Powderham Castle on 29 July and at Kings Park, Bournemouth on 5 August.

BBC, today, 14:02
 

Tour de France: Froome makes it four

CHRIS FROOME claimed his fourth Tour de France victory yesterday, having entered the Paris-bound final stage almost a minute ahead of his nearest rival Rigoberto Uran. British rider Froome, of Team Sky, started off the 103km stage from Montgeron casually

Morning Star, today, 11:53
 

Coe: No chance we’ll stop drugs

SEBASTIAN COE admitted yesterday that he couldn’t guarantee that next month’s World Championships would be doping-free as “people will always seek to cheat.” The president of world athletics’ governing body the IAAF insisted anti-doping efforts have impr

Morning Star, today, 11:53
 

Rugby League: Rovers snap up Connor Farrell from Wigan

FEATHERSTONE have strengthened their squad for their promotion push with the signing of Wigan forward Connor Farrell. Farrell, the 23-year-old younger brother of England second-rower Liam, has made just nine senior appearances since his Wigan debut in 20

Morning Star, today, 11:53
 
Glastonbury gap year to be filled by new BBC Music festival

Glastonbury gap year to be filled by new BBC Music festival

With Glastonbury taking a year off in 2018, there's already one new festival hoping to fill the mud-and-music gap. The BBC has announced plans to host The Biggest Weekend while Glasto has its traditional fallow year. The four-day festival will take place

BBC, today, 11:13
 
Comic-Con: All our 2017 coverage in one place

Comic-Con: All our 2017 coverage in one place

Too much happen in San Diego to keep track? Catch up on all you need to know from the four-day event. Thursday Did Halle Berry really drink half a pint of whiskey at Kingsman 2 panel? Former Doctors clash over Jodie Whittaker casting Comic-Con day 1 reca

BBC, today, 02:51
 
Doctor Who Christmas special: First look at Peter Capaldi's final outing

Doctor Who Christmas special: First look at Peter Capaldi's final outing

Details of Peter Capaldi's final outing in Doctor Who have been revealed as the first trailer for the Christmas special was released online. The one-minute clip for the episode, titled Twice Upon A Time, sees Capaldi and the First Doctor team up. It feat

BBC, today, 00:52
 

Comic-Con day 3 recap: Stranger Things, Westworld, Ready Player One and more

A round-up of the film and TV events that made headlines on the second day of Comic-Con 2017. Warner Bros presents Blade Runner 2049, Justice League and Ready Player One Jared Leto showed up - via hologram and in shocking pink trousers - to introduce the

BBC, today, 00:20
 
Marvel: Everything it unleashed at Comic-Con

Marvel: Everything it unleashed at Comic-Con

The Marvel panel at Comic-Con is traditionally one of the biggest events of the convention and this year was no exception. Despite a lot of news coming out of Disney's D23 last week, the studio still saved some the big guns for San Diego. Fans were sent

BBC, yesterday, 06:12
 
Ben Affleck denies Batman exit rumours

Ben Affleck denies Batman exit rumours

Ben Affleck has scotched rumours he is quitting as the caped crusader after his upcoming role in Justice League. He'd been due to star in and direct another standalone film - The Batman - but pulled out of directing duties in January. After Affleck's scr

BBC, yesterday, 01:30
 
Marian Hill: 'An Apple advert kick-started our career'

Marian Hill: 'An Apple advert kick-started our career'

It's an ordinary day in Advert-ville, USA. As the black-and-white sun rises over a black-and-white street, authentic-looking extras with a variety of contemporary hairstyles walk past a dilapidated warehouse. A shoeshine boy flicks open his newspaper, pa

BBC, yesterday, 00:57
 

Europa League: Galatasaray sent home by ex-York star

Former York midfielder Graham Potter hailed one of his “greatest achievements” after knocking Turkish giants Galatasaray out of the Europa League as a manager. Potter, now 42, was a journeyman midfielder during his playing career in the English leagues,

Morning Star, Saturday, 13:50
 

Orr tells players to avoid table

Castleford assistant coach Danny Orr is urging his players not to look at the Super League table when they round off their regular campaign against lowly Catalans Dragons today. The runaway leaders are close to laying one hand on the league leaders’ shie

Morning Star, Saturday, 13:50
 

Tennis: Racist pervert Nastase given three-year ban by the ITF

by Tom Lansdell Romania Fed Cup captain Ilie Nastase was given a threeyear ban from the competition yesterday for a series of offences at a match against Great Britain in Constanta in April. The two-time Grand Slam winner was accused of racist abuse by S

Morning Star, Saturday, 13:50
 

‘There is always a pulse, something going on under the surface’

Trade union banner artist ED HALL talks to Natasha Josette about what inspires his work LAST Sunday at Tolpuddle Martyrs’ festival, Jeremy Corbyn pointed out the art of the trade union banners on display and the importance of supporting literature, cultu

Morning Star, Saturday, 13:50
 


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