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Stellan Skarsgård: ‘I don’t give advice to my children’

Stellan Skarsgård: ‘I don’t give advice to my children’

I intended to become a diplomat. That was my dream. I didn’t take acting seriously until I was 16 and got a role in a Swedish show that made me extremely famous right away. There were screaming girls, all that stuff. I’d never had any girl take an...

Saturday, 14:06 in Art & Culture
 
Roger Federer opts for diplomacy as pollution questions fill the air

Roger Federer opts for diplomacy as pollution questions fill the air

When Roger Federer eventually abdicates as the king of tennis, a career in diplomacy beckons. On the eve of the 2020 Australian Open, the former six-time champion again tip-toed around tough questions about the impact of the climate crisis on this...

Saturday, 13:20 in Sport
 
Australia eye strongest bowling attack for ODI decider against India

Australia eye strongest bowling attack for ODI decider against India

Pat Cummins expects Australia to stick with their first-choice bowling attack for the series decider against India as they try to counteract Bangalore’s flat wicket. The Aussies have travelled to the state of Karnataka for Sunday’s decider knowing...

Saturday, 13:20 in Sport
 
Johnny Marr joins Hans Zimmer to score next James Bond film

Johnny Marr joins Hans Zimmer to score next James Bond film

Former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr will join composer Hans Zimmer to score the upcoming James Bond movie No Time to Die. Zimmer, widely celebrated for his scores for films such as Gladiator, The Da Vinci Code and the Pirates of the Caribbean series,...

Saturday, 13:17 in World News
 

Electric vehicles: Can they make drivers happier, calmer and less stressed?

For companies that rely on fleet vehicles, change is inevitable. A raft of green policies have introduced zero-emissions targets, along with financial incentives encouraging businesses to adopt cleaner cars and vans, such as no vehicle tax for...

Saturday, 12:59 in Lifestyle
 
Fit in my 40s: does military fitness work without the person shouting at you?

Fit in my 40s: does military fitness work without the person shouting at you?

For the next few weeks, all the exercises featured here will be free. I’m trolling you, really: being skint is the best-known reason for delaying a health kick, and January is skintness’s playground. Not any more. If there’s one thing I like less than...

Saturday, 12:59 in Lifestyle
 
Chelsea look to bridge the gap against Arsenal and reboot WSL title push

Chelsea look to bridge the gap against Arsenal and reboot WSL title push

If Chelsea lose at Arsenal on Sunday, their bid for a third Women’s Super League title will take a heavy hit. Things are tight at the top and defeat would mean Emma Hayes’s third-placed team would slip seven points behind the reigning champions,...

Saturday, 12:53 in Sport
 
I’ve been a head for 17 years. Now Ofsted has driven me out of the job I loved

I’ve been a head for 17 years. Now Ofsted has driven me out of the job I loved

Teacher Lynne Fox received a prestigious Pearson national headteacher of the year award last summer. Judges praised her as a “tour de force” who had transformed her comprehensive, Bramhall high school, overcoming significant challenges such as funding...

Saturday, 12:45 in Learning
 
‘You have to stand up to illegitimate authority’: what veteran abortion activists can teach us in the Trump era

‘You have to stand up to illegitimate authority’: what veteran abortion activists can teach us in the Trump...

The telephone sat in the dormitory hallway, and when it rang it might have been for any of the residents – young women in their teens and early 20s, all students at the University of Chicago. Calls came from family and friends and boyfriends, from...

Saturday, 12:14 in World News
 
Fitness tips: three easy ways to get military fit

Fitness tips: three easy ways to get military fit

At the core of parachute regiment training are simple drill exercises you can do anywhere in the world, with no trainer or equipment. The following three exercises cover all the major muscle groups: try three sets of each every other day (I advise...

Saturday, 12:01 in Lifestyle
 
Tamal Ray’s recipe for date traybake with toffee

Tamal Ray’s recipe for date traybake with toffee

There are times where cooking feels like both science and magic. Take, for example, the date toffee at the heart of this recipe. There’s science here, of course – the caramelisation of sugars and emulsification of fats – but it feels more like magic,...

Saturday, 11:51 in Lifestyle
 
Eddie Jones’ England rebuild complicated by future of his Saracens

Eddie Jones’ England rebuild complicated by future of his Saracens

Eddie Jones names his England squad for the Six Nations on Monday and at least he does not have to fret about some of his Saracens contingent being torn between playing for their country and helping their club avoid relegation. It was a concern of his...

Saturday, 11:28 in Sport
 
‘It’ll be emotional’: Caroline Wozniacki braced for farewell at Australian Open

‘It’ll be emotional’: Caroline Wozniacki braced for farewell at Australian Open

Caroline Wozniacki has done just about everything in tennis – except walk away. So it was striking on the eve of her farewell at the tournament where she won her only slam that the Dane declared she had no idea how she would handle her emotions when...

Saturday, 11:28 in Sport
 
'The red wall is cracking': Buttigieg gets ovation after expecting protests

'The red wall is cracking': Buttigieg gets ovation after expecting protests

Pete Buttigieg knew he was foraying into unfriendly confines when he was en route to Orange City, the seat of Iowa’s most conservative county. The gay ex-mayor of South Bend, Indiana, may be in the top tier of Democratic presidential candidates...

Saturday, 11:15 in World News
 
Coronavirus: Australia's top health official says there is 'no current need' to enhance airport screening

Coronavirus: Australia's top health official says there is 'no current need' to enhance airport screening

Australia’s top health official says there is “no current need” to enhance existing airport screening measures to target an unknown Sars-like virus that has infected nearly 50 people in China and killed two since it was reported on New Year’s Eve....

Saturday, 10:43 in World News
 


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