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An academic 'was made to feel like
a fare dodger` after he was charged
£155 for stepping off a train one stop
early. Prof Martyn Evans breached his
ticket`s rules by breaking his journey,
East Coast Mainline said gÞo
W£wS £155 bill for
leaving train early
A millionaire died when he plunged
off a cliff while riding a Segway.
Jimi Heselden, one of the country`s
biggest charity donors, was using the
two-wheeled scooter near his estate
when he fell into a river gÞ11
W£wS 5egway boss
dies in clih plunge
Injured Frank Lampard will miss
Chelsea`s Champions League clash
with Marseille tonight, while
crocked Wayne Rooney been ruled
out of Manchester United`s trip to
Valencia tomorrow gÞ5o
SÞoR1 Lamps and
Roo to miss games
Charlotte Church says she asked her
ex, Gavin Henson, if it would be OK
to date her new lover. The singer
(above) insisted her relationship with
musician Johnny Powell did not start
before their split g32-33
SBowBl2 church's
date 'permission'
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THOUSANDS of internet customers
have had their personal details leaked
online alongside a list of pornographic
flms they are alleged to have down-
loaded and shared.
The full names and addresses of at
least 4,000 Sky broadband customers,
all accused of illegal fre-sharing,
were among those published.
About 1,000 confdential e-mails
were also leaked in what one expert
called one of the worst breaches of
the Data Protection Act he had ever
seen. They were uploaded to popular
fle-sharing website The Pirate Bay
and seen by hundreds of users.
Privacy campaigner Alexander Hanff
said: 'This is likely to result in signif-
icant harm to tens of thousands of
people in the form of fraud, identity
theft and severe emotional distress.
'This frmcollected this information
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by spying on internet users and now
it has placed thousands of innocent
people at risk.`
The information was held by ACS:
Law which, the leaks showed, made
more than £630,000 from sending
letters to alleged net pirates asking
them to pay compensation of hun-
dreds of pounds or face court.
The documents made their way
online after users of the message-
board 4chan attacked ACS:Law`s site
in retaliation for its anti-piracy
efforts. One message was said to have
contained the personal information of
about 10,000 people and some credit
card details were included.
E-mails in which Andrew Crossley,
who runs ACS:Law, discusses buying
a Ferrari were also published.
Yesterday, he said: 'We were the
subject of a criminal attack to our sys-
tems. The business has and remains
intact and is continuing to trade.`
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the|r reñect|ons |n
An|sh Kapoor's
sta|n|ess stee|
scu|pture
C-Curve at h|s new
exh|b|t|on, Turn|ng
The Wor|d Ups|de
Down. Four of the
Br|t|sh art|st's
curved m|rror
works have been
p|aced at
Kens|ngton
Gardens for s|x
months. One,
ca||ed Sky M|rror,
measures 10m
(32ft| w|de. 'The
reñect|on w|||
change every day
w|th the seasons,'
sa|d exh|b|t|on
manager Stephan|e
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Tuesday, September 28, 2010
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Abit of 0are
at the Ryder
cup( )
THE outfts were meant to evoke
the look of university professors
- but 1970s geography teachers
might be nearer the mark.
The USRyder Cupteamemerged
from their plane at Cardiff airport
yesterday to show off oversized,
boxy blazers paired with bizarre,
fared trousers.
Five of them wearing shades on
the overcast day did not add much
to the 'cool` factor.
Marty Hackel, a veteran US golf
fashion writer, said: 'What`s the
disco deal with those fared bot-
toms? It`s very John Tra-
volta. I don`t think
he had anything to do with select-
ing the team`s outfts but he could
have worn them.`
He was equally scathing of the
navyblue blazer, tie andgreytrous-
ers European captain Colin Mont-
gomerie wore to greet his US
counterpart, Corey Pavin.
'He looked like he`s selling
Pavin insurance,` he said.
The US outft, created by Pavin`s
wife Lisa, was meant to have a
'retro-inspired, vintage look`. At
least it is a marginal improvement
on the horrors the US golfers have
worn before.
Four years ago they few to
Dublin dressed in tweed jackets,
trousers and Fair Isle tank tops in
varying shades of brown.
Celebrity stylist Ceril Campbell
said the outft looked like 'some-
thing that`s been taken out of the
attic, complete with mothballs`.
In 1999, they sported shirts Tiger
Woods later confessed to burning
because they were 'so ugly`.
õ Fred Attewill
St|tch-up: T|ger Woods |n 1999 w|th h|s 'ug|y' sh|rt and the US tweed team of 2006 arr|ve |n Dub||n
Where? Well, oh the
trousers at least...
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Old Bailey heard. Judge Peter
Rook placed her under a two-
year supervision order on
condition she is treated.
Breastfeedihg
mother 'e|ected'
A YOUNG mother c|a|ms she
was forced to |eave a
Pr|mark store for
breastfeed|ng her ch||d.
Fur|ous A|mee Edwards, 24,
was w|th son George when
she was to|d to cover up by a
member of staff at the shop
|n Swansea. 'I thought she
was jok|ng at ñrst as I have
never had a prob|em |n any
other shop before,' sa|d the
mother of four, from
Br|dgend, south Wa|es. A
spokesman for the d|scount
c|oth|ng group was
unava||ab|e for comment.
Mother 'twice
tried to kill son'
A MOTHER and her fve-year-
old son were saved after she
jumped in front of a train, a
court heard. They escaped
injury at Watford Junction but
15 minutes later the 45-year-old
crashed her car and her son
broke both arms in the
Modern scr|pts: A co||ect|on of 12th-century Greek gospe|s on
d|sp|ay at the Br|t|sh L|brary where more than a quarter of |ts
Greek manuscr|pts have been put on||ne for the ñrst t|me P|oture: AP
1op pupils could
miss uhiversity
BRIGHT pup||s cou|d m|ss out
on un|vers|ty p|aces next year
|f they get anyth|ng |ess than
an A grade at A-|eve|, pr|vate
headteachers fear. Students
seek|ng the most compet|t|ve
course p|aces were most at
r|sk, sa|d Andrew Grant, of the
Headmasters' and
Headm|stresses' Conference.
'It's been very hard on the h|gh
ñyers who just undershot,'
sa|d T|m Hands, master of
Magda|en Co||ege |n Oxford.
About 685,000 peop|e app||ed
to un| but on|y 474,746 got |n.
B¨f ñnally.
A RARE lemur is on the run
from a zoo - just like the
animals in the animated flm
Madagascar. One-year-old
Kirioka escaped from Drusillas
Zoo Park in Alfriston, East
Sussex, last Wednesday. His
keepers believe the red-bellied
lemur is sheltering in nearby
abandoned birds' nests.
incidents in July last year. The
mother, who faced two charges
of attempted murder, suffered
from paranoid psychosis, the

TWO social
workers
claiming they
were unfairly
sacked over
the death of
Baby P in 2007
missed signs of abuse, a
tribunal heard yesterday. Maria
Ward and Gillian Christou
allegedly made 'serious errors
of judgment' over Peter
Connelly (picturedj while working
for Haringey Council, north
London. The hearing continues.
Baby Þeter duo
'missed abuse'
THE creator of
hit children's
show ln The
Night Garden
has called time
on the surreal
world of
lgglepiggle, Upsy Daisy and
Makka Pakka. Andrew
Davenport (picturedj said there
would not be a new series of
the hit BBC show but Beeb
bosses consoled fans by saying
it was developing new shows
involving the characters.
No more time
in Night 0arden
Bank's call to
raid savings
is 'dangerous'
SAVERS were yesterday urged by the
Bank of England to 'eat into` their nest
eggs to aid the economic recovery - in a
call labelled 'dangerous` by critics.
Interest rates have been slashed to a
historic low of 0.5 per cent to persuade
people to spend, not save, said the Bank`s
deputy governor Charlie Bean.
'I think it needs to be said that savers
shouldn`t necessarily expect to be able
to live just off their income in times
when interest rates are low,` he told
Channel 4.
'It may make sense for them to eat
into their capital a bit.`
Savers, often elderly, had been hit by
the economic crisis, said Mr Bean, who
'fully sympathised` but added: 'Very
often, older households have actually
benefted from the fact they`ve seen
capital gains on their houses.`
Brian Johnson, of chartered accountant
HW Fisher & Company, said the public
would be baffed by such 'mixed mes-
sages` from authorities, adding: 'On the
one hand, we have the government say-
ing our country needs to massively cut
its debt - and as soon as possible. On
the other, we have the Bank of England
telling us to spend, spend, spend.`
Mr Johnson said 'openly encouraging
the public to spend in such an uncertain
climate` was a 'dangerous strategy that
may well backfre`.
The Save Our Savers pressure group
says 22million savers are losing about
£30billion in interest each year com-
pared with before the crisis.
Meanwhile, an International Monetary
Fund report yesterday said Britain`s
economic recovery was 'under way`.
It backed the government`s austerity
measures, calling chancellor George
Osborne`s plans 'credible`.
The report predicted economic growth
of two per cent next year.
õ Fred Attewill
Rio warhs agaihst
police budget cuts
FOOTBALLER Rio Ferdinand
claims spending cuts to police forces
could make children and adults
scared to walk the streets. The
Manchester United and
England defender, whose
friend`s 18-year-old
brother Rio McFarlane
was shot dead in London
earlier this month, warned
cuts could have a 'massive
impact` in places like
Peckham, south-east
London, and Moss Side,
Manchester. 'If kids don`t
see policemen, or if adults
don`t see policemen, they don`t feel
safe,` he told ITV1`s London
Tonight. 'If they`re going to start
taking these things away, making
cuts on these things one
by one, we could turn into
countries we`ve looked at
in the past and looked
down our noses at.
Hopefully it`s not going to
be a downward spiral.`
Ferdinand had played
football for West Ham`s
youth team with Mr
McFarlane`s brother
Anthony. Scared: Ferd|nand
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
9mokers told to clock
out when they light up
A GROWING number of Town Hall
smokers are being forced to clock in
and out for cigarette breaks.
It was revealed yesterday that a
Norfolk council hopes to follow in
the footsteps of Gateshead and North
Devon in getting fexi-time workers
to log the time they spend puffng.
Smokers at Breckland Council
would be expected to make up any
lost hours in their own time to make
sure they do the same amount of work
as their colleagues, bosses said.
However, the new rule has attracted
criticism from pro-smoking lobby
group Forest, which branded it the
'tyranny of the majority`.
William Nunn, Conservative leader
of Breckland Council, denied the pol-
icy had been introduced to make
money.
'It came about because the staff
themselves felt there was an issue of
fairness going on where some people
went out for a smoke and some didn`t.
'We want to make sure there is par-
ity among all the staff. This will apply
to everybody in the whole authority
and will ensure there is some form of
consistency.
'This is actually a case where we are
taking a very pragmatic view and en-
hancing the lives of our staff.`
The new policy will affect all 280
staff at the council, which has offces
in Swaffham, Dereham, Thetford, At-
tleborough and Watton.
The issue is up for discussion at a
council meeting tomorrow and the
ruling could come into force on No-
vember 1 if it is approved.
Simon Clark, director of Forest, said
the council was trying to embarrass
people into giving up. He said: 'It`s
completely unfair and prejudicial to
pick on smokers and imply that they
are slackers or take too many breaks.
'There are a lot of non-smokers tak-
ing long coffee breaks, browsing non-
work internet sites and taking personal
calls, so I don`t see why smokers
should be picked on.`
õ Fred Attewill
Soap star: Coronat|on Street's Ho||y Qu|n-Ankrah P|otures: AP/PA
EastEhders
tops Corrie
EASTENDERS was streets ahead of its
rivals at last night`s Inside Soap awards,
taking six prizes. The BBC1 show`s haul
included best soap, while ITV rival
Coronation Street landed four awards,
including best stunt for the Underworld
factory siege scene. Australian import
Neighbours beat Home And Away and
Doctors to be named best daytime show at
the event in north London. 'It`s wonderful
to be able to reward the amazing work
we`ve seen this year,` said Inside Soap
editor Stephen Murphy.
Good day: Sam C|ark w|th
the award for Ne|ghbours
Lawyer's
guh opeh
as he fell
ARMED siege
barrister Mark
Saunders opened
his shotgun into a
non-hring position
as he was killed
by police bullets,
an inquest heard yesterday.
Firearms expert Robert Grifhths
examined the 32-year-old`s
shotgun and footage of his death
at the hands of Met Police
ofhcers on May 6, 2008. He
concluded Mr Saunders opened
the gun after he was hit by the
hrst of hve bullets hred by
ofhcers surrounding his Chelsea
home. Westminster coroner`s
court heard it was impossible to
say if his action was intentional.
The inquest continues.
Soldier
killed ih
Helmahd
ANARMY
engineer working
with special forces
inAfghanistan has
been killed by a
Taliban roadside
bomb. Corporal
MatthewThomas,
of the Royal Electrical and
Mechanical Engineers, died
when the vehicle he was driving
was hit by an explosive device in
Helmand province on Saturday.
Cpl Thomas (pictured) was
attached to the Special Forces
Support Group. ARoyal
Electrical and Mechanical
Engineers spokesman said he
was a 'talented, rounded and
inspirational man`.
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
L199 ñne for
leaving train
1 stop early
AN ACADEMIC says he was fned
£155 for stepping off the train one
stop too early.
Martyn Evans got off the East Coast
Mainline service at Darlington, near
his home, rather than stay on to Dur-
ham where he works.
But the train operator, East Coast,
said he breached the terms of his frst
class ticket by 'breaking his journey`.
Although it later waived the excess
fare charge, Prof Evans, a professor of
humanities in medicine, said he did
not want to be called a fare-dodger.
'I resent that very much,`
added the father of two.
Prof Evans used three
frst-class tickets booked
by the university to cover a
trip from Durham to Lon-
don, London to Birming-
ham, then Birmingham to
Durham.
As he lives in Hurworth,
near Darlington, he got off
at Darlington but his ticket
would not let him pass
through the automatic barriers. When
he spoke to an offcial, she told him to
pay £155 - the cost of a frst-class tick-
et from Birmingham to Darlington.
Prof Evans spoke to her supervisor
but they were also adamant that he
had travelled without a valid ticket.
He eventually persuaded the em-
ployee to allow him to leave if he
signed an invoice for the £155.
'It`s madness,` the professor said.
An East Coast spokesman said: 'The
terms and conditions of
the advance purchase frst-
class ticket, which Prof
Evans had used, clearly
state that breaking a jour-
ney en route, or starting
from an intermediate sta-
tion, is not permitted.
'We accept this was a
genuine mistake on his be-
half and have cancelled
the excess fare as a gesture
of goodwill.`
õ Fred Attewill
Angry: Prof Evans
Bumper resu|t: Bang goes test dummy Bob after the XC60's 'advanced pedestr|an avo|dance system' fa||ed
Crunch: A co|||s|on warn|ng system fa||ed too
Volvo: 1he crash
test dummies...
VOLVO had to go into damage limitation after a show of its
'accident avoidance technology` went badly wrong. Crash
test dummy Bob took a big hit after the XC60`s radar and
camera system failed to notice him and automatically brake
in three out of 12 runs. The spectacular results ~ which played
out in front of journalists ~ are a YouTube hit. It comes just
months after another trial in which an S60 rear-ended a
stationary lorry it was supposed to automatically avoid.
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Centre stage: Dav|d M|||band, |eft, d|scusses matters w|th Doug|as A|exander and Bob A|nsworth at the Labour Party conference P|otures: E|||ott Franks/Getty
NEW Labour leader Ed Miliband
was expected today to twist the
knife into Gordon Brown`s reign.
Mr Miliband was to use his frst
major speech to tell voters he
understood their anger at Labour
for failing to prevent a return to the
'boom and bust` years.
In a direct reference to Mr Brown`s
famous pledge about stability, Mr
Miliband will say: 'When you saw
the worst fnancial crisis in a
generation, I understand your an-
ger that Labour hadn`t stood up to
the old ways in the City which said
deregulation was the answer.
'When you wanted to make it
possible for your kids to get on in
life, I understand why you felt that
we were stuck in old thinking about
higher and higher levels of person-
al debt, including tuition fees.
'And when you saw jobs disap-
pear and economic security under-
õ 3ohn Higginson Þolitical
Editor, in Manchester
SHADOW home secretary
Alan Johnson will today claim
Labour is the 'party of law and
order` during his speech to
delegates in Manchester. In an
exclusive interview with Metro,
he criticised what he branded a
'triple whammy` of changes
imposed on police by the
coalition which is making their
job harder. Police budgets face
being cut by 25 per cent, forces
are being reshaped and the use
of CCTV and DNA prohling
will be curtailed, he warned.
'We were the only government
to bring down crime, while
under the last Conservative
government it almost doubled,`
he said. 'The Tories are to law
and order what Pavarotti is to
hang-gliding.` Meanwhile,
shadow culture secretary Ben
Bradshaw told Metro that New
Labour was not dead. 'It is
nonsense to suggest we will
abandon the policies and ideas
that helped us win three
successive general elections,`
he insisted.
1ohhsoh: Labour
the party of law
Sp|n doctor: A|an Johnson on the
decks dur|ng a v|s|t to an arts
centre |n Manchester P|oture: PA
Ed sticks the knife in
'I uhderstahd your ahger' says Milibahd, as he turhs focus oh Browh
'A new generat|on
|s |ead|ng th|s party'
mined, I understand your anger at a
Labour government that claimed it
could end boom and bust.`
As chancellor when Labour swept
to power in 1997, Mr Brown said
he wanted to be in the government
'that ended Tory boom and bust
forever`.
It was a phrase he repeated often
as prime minister.
Mr Miliband, who narrowly de-
feated his brother, David, in the
leadership race, also claims a 'new
generation is now leading Labour`.
He will strike a tone of humility
about how Labour came to lose
trust. 'Too often we brought old,
established ways of thinking and
sometimes we even became the
establishment,` he will say.
The speech will be his frst test at
convincing the party faithful - and
voters - he is the right man for the
job. His crestfallen brother yester-
day put his own disappointment
aside to issue a rallying call to get
behind his 'special` sibling.
'Those of you who have been
coming up to me in the last few
days - don`t worry, I`ll be fne,` he
told a packed conference hall.
The elder Miliband has yet to
make it known publicly whether he
will serve under his brother in the
shadow cabinet.
He has until 5pm tomorrow to put
himself forward for a senior role.
Diane Abbott, the frst faller in
the leadership race, said there was
'absolutely no doubt` Mr Miliband
would serve.
Brother|y |ove: Dav|d s|aps
'spec|a|' Ed on the back
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Flash technology
Users will be able to
use the device's
touch sensitive
preview screen to
identify dimly lit areas
The camera incorporates
a scene condition sensor
to evaluate image
information with the
user's lighting directions
Once this information
is processed it directs
a number of the many
lights to the areas
selected
The desired effect is a
better image with
more even lighting
Apple on to
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number...
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Astoh Martih is coolest brahd
ASTON MARTIN has been named
the coolest brand in Britain ~ again.
The sports car manufacturer came
top in the CoolBrands survey for the
fourth time in hve years, beating the
iPhone into second place. Vivienne
Westwood topped the list of fashion
brands ahead of Chanel, while the
BBC`s iPlayer was named coolest
website. Thousands of brands were
judged by an expert council and
more than 2,000 shoppers.
APPLE is working on the next wave
of digital camera technology.
The US technology giant has fled
patent applications for an advanced
fash re-direction system, it emerged
this week.
This would allow users to focus the
fash on specifc areas in the same
way autofocus works on the iPhone 4,
which allows you to touch the screen
in certain areas. The patent states the
system could be integrated into a vari-
ety of Apple products, from its com-
puters to devices based on its iOS op-
erating system, and even a stand-alone
Apple camera. According to the blog
Patently Apple, the technology in-
volves the camera fash being passed
through a 'redirector` so it does not
need to be directly in the centre when
a photo is taken. An 'evaluator` also
considers how much light needs to be
added to the picture and adjusts the
fash brightness accordingly. AnApple
spokeswoman said the company did
not comment on patent applications.
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Þarty fall pupil 'led
to roof by teacher'
A PUPIL who seriously injured
himself when he fell through a skylight
at school was led up there by the head
teacher during a party, a court heard
yesterday. Joel Murray said
he had drunk three or four
beers with fellow sixth-
formers at the school bash
before falling 2.5m (8ft) into
a corridor, fracturing his
skull, breaking ribs and
suffered permanent damage
to his eye, it was claimed.
He was with a group of ten
to 12 students at Sacred
Heart Catholic College in Crosby,
Merseyside, who were taken to the roof
by John Summerfeld during a party to
celebrate A-level results in 2008,
Liverpool crown court
heard. 'Nobody was drunk
but it is possible they were
slightly affected by drink,
possibly slightly
inebriated,` said prosecutor
Kevin Donnelly.
Summerfeld, 65, denies
failing to take reasonable
care of his students. The
trial continues.
Ex-boyfriend 'murdered
teenager over break-up'
õ Aidan Radnedge
A TEENAGER was murdered in an
'exceptionally vicious attack` by her
jilted former boyfriend, a court was
told yesterday.
Asha Muneer was repeatedly stabbed
by Gulamyr Akhter because he 'could
not tolerate her rejection of him`,
prosecutors claimed.
The pair were in a relationship but
it ended several months before Miss
Muneer died and she had started seeing
someone else, the jury was told. Miss
Muneer was stabbed in her head, face
and neck as she walked to her Reading
home after fnishing work at a shop.
The 18-year-old`s body was found in
a fooded underpass two hours later.
'She had been the victim of an
exceptionally vicious attack by some-
one with a knife,` said prosecutor John
Price QC.
What was thought to be the weapon
was found nearby. Its blade was bent
and its handle broken, possibly by the
force of the impact.
'Whoever was responsible for
attacking this young woman must
have intended to kill her, to end her
life,` said Mr Price. 'This was a delib-
erate murder.`
Miss Muneer`s journey home after
work in January was captured on
CCTV, which was shown to the jury
at Reading crown court. At one point,
the A-level student was joined by a
man in a hooded top carrying a ruck-
sack, the footage showed.
She was last seen walking towards
the underpass, still with the man, who
was later flmed walking in the other
direction on his own.
The man then stopped and wiped
his hands in snow piled at the side of
the road.
Akhter, 19, of Reading, denies mur-
der. The trial continues.
'V|c|ous
attack':
Asha
Muneer
was
stabbed
|n her
head,
face and
neck
P|oture: lNS
Mother is found
dead in 'shooting'
g
A MOTHER was found dead at
her home yesterday in a
suspected shooting. A man
suffering 'serious injuries` was
also found at the house and is
recovering in hospital. The
woman was named locally as
Amanda Sorrell, a divorcee who
worked for Cornwall County
Council. Police were called to
her home in Stoke Climsland,
near Callington, after she did
not turn up to work. Neighbour
Terrence Shead said he heard a
bang 'like a door slamming`
early on Saturday and again on
Monday. Police are treating the
death as 'unexplained`.
Hurt: Joe| Murray
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
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team of songwr|ters, |yr|c|sts,
mus|c|ans and voca||sts - what
do you actua||y do? I`m producing
every song on the new album.
On a couple of songs I`m singing
and I`m playing the guitar or keys
on every song. There`s certain songs
where I wrote all the music and
Jonathan (Pierce, of The Drums) just
wrote the lyrics. Then there`s a song
like Somebody To Love Me - the
track with Boy George and Miike
Snow - which has Cathy Dennis,
Jake Shears from the Scissor Sisters
and a cast of thousands, just because
the song went through so many
different forms with people
contributing over time. It wasn`t like
a giant table where we were all
songwriting by committee.
Are you any good at s|ng|ng?
I`m probably a six-and-a-half. But
working with vocalists such as Daniel
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Dave, a 28-year-old rock star, still
riding his bike everywhere,` which
I think is really cool.
You must get bombarded w|th
requests from peop|e want|ng to
work w|th you? You would think
that, but no. It`s not like I have a
free day during the year anyway.
I`ve got my plate flled working with
artists I love, whether they`re relative
unknowns, such as The Rumble
Strips and Wiley, or Duran Duran.
On top of that, I`m juggling my own
process of making albums and
touring. I wouldn`t be able to ft
another record in there if I wanted to.
W||| you deñn|te|y be produc|ng
Amy W|nehouse's next a|bum?
I`m not sure. Whenever I`m
producing a record with Amy or
whoever, it`s always about the songs,
so you have to hear the songs before
O
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Merriweather, Adele and Amy
Winehouse, it`s not like you`re sitting
in the studio thinking 'I could do that`.
You know that`s a God-given gift.
Boy George and S|mon |e Bon
make guest appearances. Are
you nosta|g|c about the 80s?
Duran Duran were the frst band
I remember being a real fan of.
I had an Arena [Duran Duran album]
lunch box and a Smash Hits sticker
book. I`ve been working on their new
album, which will probably be out
later this year - it`s the best stuff that
they`ve done in maybe 25 years.
They`re writing great songs; they
sound like they care.
Your new s|ng|e |s The B|ke
Song. Are you an av|d cyc||st?
I do like to bicycle around. In New
York I use my bike a lot. That song
was written by Dave McCabe, from
The Zutons. Dave wrote Valerie,
which was the biggest hit off my last
record. He was sitting on a couch in
a studio in Brooklyn, singing this
really carefree playful hook: 'I want
to ride my bike until I get home.`
He rides his bike everywhere in
Liverpool. You just go: 'There`s
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you decide what you`re going to do.
Obviously there`s a chemistry in the
record that we made together. I hope
if we did something together again it
would be as good.
How b|g |s your record
co||ect|on? I can`t remember
any more. I DJ using Serato,
a programme that lets you use your
computer and I don`t have to bring
my vinyl with me. I have probably
between 5,000 and 6,000 records.
It used to be around 10,000.
If I can`t pull it off the shelf and
remember where I bought it and
why, then I know it can probably
be chucked out.
What's the best party you've
ever DJed at? Defnitely not some
famous person`s do. The best ones
are always in some amazing club
you`ve never been to and some crowd
where you don`t know what to
expect. World Headquarters in
Newcastle and also YoYo at the
Notting Hill Arts Club in London,
there`s a few places like that where
it`s always magic.
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Iunch box and a 5mash Hits sticker book'
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Tuesday, September 28, 2010
The ureen Room
8, Neil Sean
CeIebrities behind cIosed doors
Madonna revea|s her greatest
aoh|evement |s be|ng a good mother. 'l
|ove |t and |t's not easy but then everyone
knows l adore a oha||enge,' she sa|d.
Texter Vernon Kay says he and w|fe
Tess Da|y have started go|ng out on
'dates' together. 'It's the best, |t's ||ke
start|ng out a|| over aga|n,' he sa|d.
Dann|| M|nogue's te||-a|| memo|r |sn't even
out yet and she's a|ready negot|at|ng ha|f-
pr|oe reta|| dea|s. How |ong before she
s|gns up w|th Pound|and?
P|neapp|e Stud|os' Lou|e Spence |s
moan|ng about h|s fa||ure as a chat
show host w|th ITV. 'I d|d a p||ot w|th
Emma Bunton but |t's fa||ed,' he sa|d.
Ann W|ddeoombe |s not far|ng we|| on
Str|ot|y l oan revea|. W||| she do a Susan
Boy|e and have a me|tdown before the
danoe show goes ||ve? Watoh th|s spaoe.
Meanwh||e, her partner Anton Du
Beke |s |n a b|ack mood after fa|||ng
an aud|t|on for the mus|ca| Ch|cago.
Don't te|| Jason Manford but h|s showb|z
pa| Frank Sk|nner was offered The One
Show job before he was.
For more ceIebrity gossip, just cIick on www.metro.co.ukJshowbiz
Tr|butes:
F|owers are
|eft near
the r|ver
where J|m|
Hese|den
d|ed wh||e
r|d|ng a
Segway
P|oture: PA
Millionaire
dies falling
oh clih on
his 9egway
THE millionaire owner of Segway died
when he plunged off a cliff while riding
one of the two-wheeled scooters, it
emerged yesterday.
Jimi Heselden was driving a cross-
country version of the electric machine
before apparently losing control and
landing in a river, it is believed.
The tycoon, who had a reported fortune
of £160million, died at the scene near his
estate and a Segway was discovered in
the water.
A spokesman for the 62-
year-old`s family said: 'We
have been left devastated
by the sudden and tragic
loss of a much-loved father
and husband.
'There is absolutely noth-
ing to suggest it was any-
thing other than a tragic
accident. The exact cir-
cumstances of the accident
are still being clarifed and
will, of course, be the sub-
ject of an inquest.
'We would once again
like to thank Jimi`s many
friends and colleagues for
their help and condolences at this very
distressing time for the family.`
Mr Heselden was riding the Segway
on rough terrain when he fell 9m (30ft)
into the River Wharfe in Boston Spa to
the north-east of Leeds on Sunday.
A former miner who left school at 15,
he made his fortune after his Leeds-
based defence company Hesco Bastion
developed 'blast walls` to
protect British soldiers.
He led a British team
which bought US-based
Segway last year.
The company, which
makes and distributes the
distinctive scooters used by
celebrities including teen-
age pop star Justin Bieber,
was founded in 1999.
Mr Heselden donated at
least £23million to charities
including Help For Heroes
and was made an OBE in
2006. Police said the death
was not being treated as
suspicious.
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Popu|ar: A Segway
Stores' £700mboost from
mihimum alcohol prices
SUPERMARKET chains would
pocket a £700million windfall if
minimum pricing for alcohol was
introduced, new research suggests.
Tesco, Britain`s biggest supermarket
chain, stands to reap the most
rewards, according to the Institute
for Fiscal Studies. The think-tank
looked at the effect of a 45p
minimum unit price for alcohol and
said it would beneht retailers instead
of the public purse.
The stores which sell the most
alcohol ~ Tesco, Asda and
Sainsbury`s ~ stand to gain the most
from the measure, while discount
chains like Lidl and Aldi would also
beneht, the institute said. It prefers
higher taxation which would raise
more money for the government.
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Charity spreads smiles across Sierra Leohe
Child are former child soldiers and
almost all of the girls have been
forced to work as prostitutes.
Volunteers from the charity talk to
homeless children and invite them
to come to their nearest centre,
building their trust before the proc-
ess of getting them back with their
families begins. Once reunited,
Street Child gives each family a £50
grant to invest in their business, al-
lowing them to pay for their child`s
education. To date Street Child has
reunited about 500 children with
their families and helped themback
into education or vocational train-
ing. It also paid school fees for
another 500 who were on the verge
of being homeless, giving a grant
to their families too.
Because Street Child is run by
volunteers, 90p out of every pound
donated to the charity goes directly
to helping children in Sierra Leone.
A happy future: Streetch||d |s work|ng hard to offer youngsters |n S|erra Leone a better ||fe
Bringing hope
to the streets
A BRITISH charity is helping hun-
dreds of children in Sierra Leone
off the streets and into school.
Street Child of Sierra Leone, set
up two years ago, is creating better
lives for children in one of the
poorest countries in the world.
It now has three centres where
children, many of whom were
forced into being child soldiers or
sex workers, can be reunited with
their families and put on the road
back into education.
The charity was established by its
director, Tom Dannatt - son of Gen
Sir Richard Dannatt, the former
head of the Army.
He went to Sierra Leone and was
shocked by the poverty and large
numbers of children who were
sleeping rough.
The 31-year-old Londoner said:
'The number of children in the street
in Sierra Leone is so prevalent, it
strikes you immediately.
'The base reason why these chil-
dren are on the street is poverty.
'We aim to give them a stake in
society again.`
Torn apart by more than a decade
of civil war which ended in 2002,
Sierra Leone is ranked 180th out of
182 nations on the Human Devel-
opment Index, which measures
living standards, national wealth
and education levels.
Many of the boys helped by Street
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L|fe |essons: Ch||dren at the char|ty's three centres are g|ven
food and teach|ng to prepare them to go back |nto educat|on
uo to www.street-child.co.uk for more information. The charity is trying to ñnd 500 people to each
raise £1,000 to help children in 5ierra Leone. For details visit www.makethiswhatyoudo.com
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
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THE husband of a supermodel has
been arrested over an allegation of
rape during London Fashion
Week.
Shawn Mount, whose wife Heidi
is the face of Chanel, was quizzed
by detectives following allegations
of an assault on a 24 year-old woman
at a central London hotel in the
early hours of Monday last week.
Mount, a hair stylist who has
worked for Vogue and on ad cam-
paigns for top designers including
Ralph Lauren, was styling hair for
the catwalk shows. The 30-year-
old was bailed without charge.
Mount`s wife was reportedly on
an assignment in Milan at the time
of the alleged incident. Scotland
Yard said the case was being held
by its Sapphire Unit, which spe-
cialises in investigating allegations
of sexual assault.
A force spokesman confrmed
they were investigating 'an allega-
tion of a serious sexual assault` in
the early hours of September 20 at
a central London hotel.
He said the alleged victim was
referred to a Haven Centre for sup-
port and added: 'A 30-year-old
man was arrested on September 21
on suspicion of rape. That man was
subsequently bailed to return to a
central London police station, com-
ing back on a date in November.`
The New York Post quoted a
source as saying that Mount denies
the allegation. He lives with his 23-
year-old wife and their son, Liam,
two, in NewYork.
Heidi has appeared on the cat-
walk for some of the biggest names
in fashion, including Marc Jacobs
and Alexander McQueen.
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lowered the curtain on Milan
Fashion Week by placing his
models in a make-believe jungle.
The self-styled king of the snakeskin
unveiled a sexy collection of tight
gowns dripping with fringes, skin-
tight trousers and reptilian shoulder
bags. The elaborate set was housed
within a glass tent behind the Arco
della Pace, a city landmark. Giorgio
Armani, the godfather of Italian
fashion, also unveiled his spring
collection yesterday along with
Dean and Dan Caten, the Canadian
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L|tt|e ñghter: Lex| Lacey ||es |n a sandw|ch bag short|y after be|ng born at 26 weeks P|oture: SWNS
400g baby saved
by sandwich bag
A BABY girl born three months
early survived after being kept
warmin a sandwich bag taken from
the hospital canteen.
Lexi Lacey weighed just 396g
(14oz) and her parents were warned
it was unlikely she would survive
the night.
She was so small, doctors had to
use the smallest insulating sleeping
bag they could fnd - a 15cm (6in)
sandwich bag from the canteen.
But Lexi defed the gloomy pred-
ictions and, 11 weeks on, is now
home with mother, Chelsea Row-
berry and father Lee Lacey, 24.
'The doctors told us they had
never known a baby born as prem-
aturely as Lexi survive,` said 17-
year-old Ms Rowberry.
'She was so tiny the only thing
they had to keep her body temperat-
ure warmwas a sandwich bag from
the hospital canteen - it`s incredi-
ble to think that saved her.
'People look quite shocked when
I tell themshe`s OK, a lot of people
didn`t like to speak to me at frst.`
Lexi now weighs in a healthy
2.44kg (5lb 6oz), although that is
still some way shy of the average
weight of a newborn.
'When they see her now, people
don`t believe me when I tell them
how premature she was,` said Ms
Rowberry, who lives with her par-
ents in Worcester. Dr Andrew Gal-
lagher, consultant paediatrician at
Worcestershire Royal Hospital,
said small babies are placed the
plastic bags for about 30min. 'It
acts as a little micro-environment
for them to be in before they are
later transferred to the neonatal
unit and placed in an incubator.`
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Cudd|es:
Che|sea
Rowberry
and Lee
Lacey
w|th the|r
daughter,
Lex|, who
beat the
odds to
surv|ve
Moat PC ih plea for public support
THE police ofhcer blinded by gunman Raoul
Moat has urged people to back emergency service
members injured by criminals. PC David
Rathband said it was 'time for the British public
to step up to the plate`. The Northumbria PC, 42,
was shot in the face as he sat in his patrol car in
July. He likened the shooting to having his 'head
inside a tin can with the biggest hrework you can
imagine` but said he doesn`t hold any malice. The
ofhcer hopes to raise £1million for the Blue Lamp
Foundation and has organised a blindfold walk
along the Northumberland coast on October 3.
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Nine years for
kniñng friend
A PUBLIC schoolboy who stabbed
his best friend 13 times and left
him for dead was yesterday jailed
for nine years.
Teenager Harry Schick launched
the hour-long attack on Gavin
Doyle, 16, 'for his own personal
gratifcation`, said police.
Judge Richard Hawkins said the
stabbing was 'traumatic` for the vic-
tim, adding: 'What makes it worse
is that he considered you a friend.`
He ordered a psychological
assessment of Schick, 17, after
serving his sentence because it was
such an unusual attack.
'He is a strange character and I
think a very dangerous character,`
said Det Sgt Tim Hammond. Ben-
jamin Squirrell, defending, sug-
gested Schick had become 'dis-
tanced from reality`.
Even Schick`s mother said the
attack was 'tragic and incompre-
hensible`. The teenagers were both
A-level students at the £14,000-a-
year Pangbourne College in Berk-
shire, the Old Bailey heard.
Gavin hoped to become a Royal
Marine and paid Schick £400 to get
an air pistol for target practice.
The victim set up a meeting in
Croydon in March to get the weap-
on but, as he turned his back,
Schick struck with a large knife.
He took his victim`s mobile
phone and deleted records of their
contact before tossing it on to
Gavin`s chest where he lay.
The boy suffered a pierced liver
and collapsed lung but managed to
dial 999 on the phone.
Schick, of Earls Court, west Lon-
don, initially denied the attack but
pleaded guilty to attempted murder
last month before his trial.
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WHEN the satnav in Robert
Ziegler`s van told him to follow the
road, he took it at its word. By the
time it said 'turn around`, his fate
was sealed. The 37-year-old was
stuck up a mountain footpath. 'I
kept hoping each little turn would
get me back to the main road,` he
said. 'In the end, it told me to turn
around but, of course, I couldn`t by
then.` A helicopter was called in to
carry the van and its driver to safety
off the peak in Bergün, Switzerland.
'He says he didn`t see any footpath
signs but he must be a fair driver to
get that far up a glorihed goat
track,` said a hre service spokesman.
Narrow escape: The van |s taken by he||copter off the mounta|n track where |t became stuck P|otures: OEN
cost of wind farms 'soaring'
OFFSHORE wind farms cost
twice as much to produce energy as
gas and coal-fred power stations, a
report warned yesterday. Costs of
building the sites at sea have
doubled in the past fve years
owing to rising steel prices and the
weak pound. Costs have risen for
all kinds of energy generation but
offshore wind farms remain the
most expensive - 90 per cent more
than fossil fuel and 50 per cent
more than nuclear, the report from
the UK Energy Research Centre
showed. While Britain produces as
much power offshore as the rest of
the world put together, it is likely
to be at least 20 years before wind
is on a par cost-wise with other
sources of power generation,
according to the report`s authors.
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`m a lazy chef,` claims Bill Granger
as he spoons yoghurt, cucumber
and mint raita on to a plate of
shallow-fried fshcakes. 'I`m
always trying to work out ways of
making things easier.` The laid-
back approach has won him a dedicated
following for his cafés in Sydney and
Tokyo (with London following soon),
serving up comfort food such as ricotta
hot cakes and wagyu beef burgers,
and a series of stylish cook books
that have sold more than 1.5million
copies worldwide.
It seems appropriate Granger is
demonstrating three recipes from his
latest volume, Bill`s Basics, exclusively
for Metro, in a Schiffni kitchen in the
achingly trendy DesignSpaceLondon, a
room that`s as minimalist as one of the
chef`s own recipes.
'If a recipe looks too long - even if it`s
simple stuff - you`re not going to use it,`
he says. 'I make sure recipes don`t
require too much technique; the favour
base and the method are enough to make
them work.` The fshcakes, made from
leftover mash and tinned salmon, are a
one-bowl, one-pan wonder. Bursting with
the Asian-infuenced favours that typify
much of Granger`s cooking, they taste
fantastic warm and crisp from the pan.
'The secret is having the right heat,` he
explains. 'You`re better off having it too
hot than too cold, so get the oil hotter
than you think you need it. If they start
to brown quickly you can always drop
the heat.` Granger uses a recently
purchased and expensive-looking
David Mellor knife to slice up some
pak choi for a chicken noodle soup,
but he`s just as happy with
the small, cheap-as-chips
serrated paring knife
that`s laying on the
worktop nearby.
'I did nine months in
London cooking
with that,
developing the
book. I much
prefer working in
the kitchen in London
where I`ve got two pots, a
chopping board and a couple
of stainless steel bowls, than
in Sydney where I`ve got every available
gadget that you just collect over the
years. It`s been so liberating.` He tears,
rather than slices, some leftover roasted
chicken breast and adds it to a bowl of
cooked noodles, green beans and the pak
choi. 'When you shred the chicken, what
you`re doing is getting all of that great
texture on the outside of the chicken and
Asian food is all about textures,` he says.
Granger is unapologetic in his use of
convenience ingredients and whips up a
highly favoured broth from ready-made
chicken stock, oyster sauce, lime and
sugar. 'If you really want to get organised
you can do these bowls ahead of time,
put them in the fridge and then you just
have to heat the stock up for the next
night`s dinner,` he says. 'What most
people struggle with, I know myself, is
coming home at six or seven o`clock and
thinking: 'I`ve got to make dinner,¨ being
really uninspired and so you get a
takeaway or a ready meal. You want
something you can put together in fve
minutes.` There`s just time for one last
dish from the in-demand chef and it`s as
jaw-droppingly simple as it is delicious.
Granger puts some water in the bottom of
a three-tier metal steamer and puts it on
the heat. He arranges a bed of green veg
on a plate and tops it with a slice of red
snapper. He scatters over slices of ginger,
then pops it in the steamer. In the few
minutes it takes to cook, he
makes a chilli dressing with soy
and balsamic vinegar. ('It
approximates the favour of
Chinese black vinegar - who
has that in their cupboard?`)
There`s a defnite streak of
irreverence running through
Granger`s approach to
cooking but it`s all in
the name of
maximising favour
and minimising effort.
'Purists might look at
my recipes and say:
'God, they`re rubbish,
you don`t do it like
that!¨ but it doesn`t
matter, as long as it
tastes nice.`
S|||'s Sas|cs (O0ao||||e¹ |s
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crème fra|che, 160g bread crumbs
and grated zest of one |emon and
season w|th sea sa|t and pepper.
M|x we|| and shape |nto 12 patt|es, then
dust w|th a ||tt|e p|a|n ñour.
3. Heat 6tbsp sunñower o|| |n a fry|ng
pan over a med|um to h|gh heat. Fry the
fsh oakes |n batohes for two to three
m|nutes eaoh s|de unt|| go|den.
4. Serve w|th |emon wedges and a
ra|ta made w|th 250g yoghurt, one
Lebanese cucumber pee|ed, seeded
and fne|y ohopped and 1tbsp
chopped m|nt st|rred together and
seasoned w|th sea sa|t and ground
b|ack pepper.
5teamed ñsh with chilli
dressing
(serves 4}
1. Arrange one
pak cho|,
|eaves
separated, 100g
green beans,
topped and 100g
sugarsnap peas on a
|arge p|ate w|th four 200g ñrm wh|te
ñsh ñ||ets and put |nto a steamer for
fve to ten m|nutes unt|| the fsh |s
opaque and vegetab|es are br|ght green.
2. Wh|sk together 60m| soy sauce,
1tsp ba|sam|c v|negar, 3tsp caster
sugar, 1tsp sesame o||, one |ong
red ch||||, fne|y ohopped, three spr|ng
on|ons, fne|y s||oed on the d|agona|,
1tbsp ||me ju|ce, 1tbsp ||ght-
ñavoured o|| suoh as sunfower.
3. Serve the fsh and vegetab|es
|mmed|ate|y and pour the oh|||| dress|ng
over the top.
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chicken
noodle
soup
(serves 4}
1. D|v|de four
pak cho|,
shredded
orossways,
among four |arge
soup bow|s.
2. Put 250g fresh egg nood|es |n a
|arge, heatproof bow|, oover w|th bo|||ng
water and soak aooord|ng to paoket
|nstruot|ons. Dra|n we||, spoon |nto the
bow|s and top w|th 300g shredded
poached or roast ch|cken.
3. Br|ng 2| ch|cken stock to the bo|| |n
a |arge pan over a h|gh heat and b|anoh
one bunch of tr|mmed asparagus
unt|| tender but or|sp. ||ft out w|th a
s|otted spoon and add to the bow|s.
4. Add 90m| oyster sauce, 1.5tbsp
caster sugar and 3tbsp ||me ju|ce to
the stook. |ad|e over the nood|es and
fn|sh w|th cor|ander |eaves, ñne|y
s||ced red ch|||| and spr|ng on|ons
to taste and a ||me wedge.
Fishcakes
(serves 4}
1. Bo|| 300g
potatoes,
pee|ed and
ohopped, for
about 25 m|nutes
unt|| tender. Dra|n and rough|y mash.
2. Put |n a bow| w|th 415g t|nned
sa|mon, 40g p|a|n ñour, four spr|ng
on|ons, ohopped, 3tbsp pars|ey,
ohopped, 3tbsp cor|ander, ohopped,
one |arge green ch|||| (de-seeded, |f
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approach: B|||
Granger
P|oture: Ham|sh Jordan
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
MONACO: The wor|d's |argest so|ar-powered catamaran |eaves
Monaco harbour on her ma|den voyage around the wor|d. The
two-man crew aboard the 31m (102ft| |ong Turanor P|anetso|ar
hope to trave| at average speeds of 14kph (8mph| P|oture: EPA

Kidnap victim
writes memoir
AMERICA: A
kidnap survivor
held for 18 years
is writing her
memoirs. Jaycee
Dugard (picturedj
will release her
book next year. The 30-year-old,
who had two daughters with her
abductor, covers being seized in
1991, her rescue last year and
how she is coping now. 'When l
read the pages, l was moved,'
said Jonathan Karp, vice
president of publisher Simon &
Schuster. Phillip Garrido and his
wife Nancy are still awaiting trial
in California on charges of
kidnapping, rape and
imprisonment.
1ohg-il's soh geLs
sLep Lo leadership
NORTH KOREA: K|m Jong-||
yesterday appo|nted h|s
youngest son as a m|||tary
genera|, s|gna|||ng the ñrst
stage of h|s eventua|
success|on. The a|||ng |eader
|s not expected to ret|re just
yet but the dec|s|on |s
des|gned to he|p K|m Jong-un
prepare to take over the re|ns.
The 68-year-o|d a|so made h|s
daughter Kyong-hu| a genera|.
She |s seen as a keen backer
of K|m Jong-un. The move
come ahead of a rare meet|ng
today of the ru||ng Workers'
Party, wh|ch experts say |s
part of the p|an to map out the
fam||y's cont|nued ru|e.
chavez's grip on
power weakens
VENEZUELA:
President Hugo
Chavez has lost
his stranglehold
on the country's
National
Assembly, it was
revealed yesterday. His socialist
party won at least 96 of the 165
seats in Sunday's election but
fell short of the two-thirds
majority that had allowed him to
rewrite laws unopposed. Mr
Chavez (picturedj called it a
'solid victory' over the opposition
coalition, which boycotted the
last elections in 2005. Opposition
governor Pablo Perez said: 'We
showed venezuela that we can
advance if we're united.'
Rulers ih Lurmoil
over cuLs proLesLs
ROMANlA: The government
was thrown |nto uproar
yesterday over auster|ty
protests. The |nter|or m|n|ster
res|gned, the oppos|t|on
demanded the pr|me m|n|ster
step down and po||ce he|d
emergency ta|ks w|th the
pres|dent. The chaos reñected
fa||out from the sharp wage
cuts, tax h|kes and other
measures the government has
taken to ñght |ts budget deñc|t
am|d a deep recess|on.
Roman|ans took to the streets
of Bucharest, the cap|ta|,
severa| t|mes |ast week to
protest aga|nst pres|dent
Tra|an Basescu's government.
ahd ñnally.
SWITZERLAND: A young motorist wrote off his father's £130,000
Porsche just minutes after taking delivery. Max Richter, 23, impaled the
911 Turbo on a safety barrier while practising for the Cannonball Run
road race. 'He said the family had just taken delivery of the car. His
father was not impressed,' said a Zurich police spokesman.
Iordan queen has heart treatment
AMERICA: Queen Rania of Jordan (picturedj was
yesterday recovering from a procedure at a New York
hospital to correct an irregular heartbeat. The 40-
year-old was said to be in 'good spirits' after the non-
surgical treatment went 'very smoothly', the royal
palace said. The mother of four was in the US while
her husband King Abdullah ll attended UN assembly
meetings. She is expected to spend two nights in
hospital before returning home later in the week.
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
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NATO helicopters in eastern Afghani-
stan launched rare airstrikes into Paki-
stan in an operation against the Tali-
ban, killing more than 50 militants and
prompting a protest from Islamabad.
The airstrikes came after insurgents
attacked a small Afghan security out-
post near the border and were made in
'self-defence` a Nato spokesman said.
They were part of 'Operation Drag-
on Strike`, a joint military push with
Afghan forces around the southern
city of Kandahar intending to rid the
area of insurgents.
US offcials have claimed they have
an agreement to enter Pakistan`s air-
space in pursuit of a target. However
yesterday the Pakistan government
denied this.
The frst strike, believed to have killed
49 militants, took place on Saturday af-
ter insurgents in Pakistan attacked the
outpost in Afghanistan`s eastern prov-
ince of Khost. At least four more were
killed in the second attack when heli-
copters returned to the border area and
were attacked by insurgents based in
Pakistan. Intelligence offcials in the
country said a third strike was carried
out yesterday morning, killing fve mil-
itants and wounding nine.
British offcials said yesterday they
were in contact with Afghan authori-
ties about the disappearance of a Brit-
ish aid worker and three Afghan col-
leagues ambushed on Sunday in
northeastern Kunar province.
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THREE Austra||an spec|a| forces
so|d|ers have been charged w|th
mans|aughter after a ra|d on an
Afghan compound |eft ñve
ch||dren dead. They are a|so
charged w|th dangerous conduct
and fa|||ng to comp|y w|th a
|awfu| genera| order. The
operat|on |n February |ast year
was a|med at ñush|ng out Ta||ban
ñghters |n Uruzgan. It |s a||eged
they targeted the wrong house.
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PREGNANT women can receive the abortion pill by 'remote control`
under a pioneering scheme. Patients in remote areas of Iowa are able to
visit their nearest clinic, meet a nurse and then hold a video conference
with a faraway doctor. If no concerns are raised, the doctor remotely
opens a dispenser, releasing the pill. The Planned Parenthood of the
Heartland scheme could be taken up in other rural areas of the US but
has been labelled 'vending-machine distribution` by anti-abortionists.
Consu|tat|on: A doctor, front, and a nurse |n another c|ty show how
the v|deo |nterv|ew |s conducted P|otures: AP
Approved: The p||| d|spenser
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Israelis start building as
Abbas mulls over talks
ISRAELI bulldozers resumed work on
West Bank settlements yesterday, as
Palestinian leaders said they would
wait a week before deciding whether
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to pull out of Middle East peace talks
in protest. In Revava, Israeli settlers
released 2,000 balloons - one for
each apartment they plan to construct
after the ten-month 'building freeze`
ended on Sunday night. 'Today the
ban is over and we will do everything
we can to make sure it never happens
again,` settler leader Dani Dayan told
the crowds.
'We return with new energy and a
new determination to populate this
land.`
The freeze was imposed by Israeli
leader Benjamin Netanyahu last year
to coax the Palestinians to the peace
talks - but it will not be extended
after complaints from elements in his
governing coalition.
Construction in the West Bank and
east Jerusalem is opposed by the
Palestinians because they claim the
areas for their future state.
Palestinian president Mahmoud
Abbas said he would discuss the
matter with the 22-member Arab
League next Monday before deciding
whether to quit the peace talks.
'We will not have any quick reac-
tions,` he said. 'After this chain of
meetings, we might publish a position
that clears up the position of the Pal-
estinian and Arab people after Israel
has refused to freeze settlements.`
He urged Israel to reinstate the build-
ing slow-down for three or four months
to discuss 'fundamental issues`.
D|gg|ng |n:
A bu||dozer
beg|ns
work on
pr|vate
homes |n
the Jew|sh
sett|ement
of Adam |n
the West
Bank
yesterday
P|oture: EPA
Chirac to
pay up but
faces trial
FORMER French president
Jacques Chirac has agreed to pay
£1.9million to the city of Paris as
he tries to avoid a fraud trial. The
money equates to the salaries of
21 people hired for fake jobs
while Mr Chirac was mayor of the
French capital. The deal means
the city will drop out of the
corruption case. But the 77-year-
old still faces a criminal trial on
charges of embezzlement and
breach of trust dating from 1977
to 1995, when he was mayor. 'This
agreement is good for the city of
Paris, good for Mr Chirac, and
good on every level,` his lawyer
Jean Veil said. Mr Chirac has
denied any wrongdoing but is
likely to face trial later this year.
Dea|:
Jac-
ques
Ch|rac
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A high-rise view of life
THERE`S little chance of getting
close to nature in downtown Brooklyn
but Kenneth Feldman has seen a
squirrel give birth to three litters
fromthe comfort of his NewYork
ßat. The squirrel set up home in a
window box outside a roomMr
Feldman uses for yoga. The web
developer has created a blog to post
video and pictures of his new family.
He put up a cardboard blind on the
inside of the window with a small
viewing hole so the animals are not
disturbed by movement in the room.
0F0s 'interfere'
with our nukes
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ALIENS have interfered with
nuclear weapons - including some
in Britain - former members of the
US Air Force have claimed.
According to UFO researcher
Robert Hastings, several US Air
Force personnel saw a strange
metallic object hovering in Rend-
lesham Forest, near RAF Bent-
water in Suffolk.
He said the information 'alters
the historical perspective on the
nuclear arms race and much,
much more`. Ex-US Air Force
chief Charles Halt was working at
the base in 1980.
Several of his base`s security
forces saw lights in the forest near
Woodbridge, he claimed.
Two patrolmen were sent out to
approach the craft, which they de-
scribed as 'triangular, dark metal-
lic in appearance`.
The mysterious object quickly
and silently 'vanished at high
speed`, he claimed.
But papers released by the Na-
tional Archives show the Ministry
of Defence`s fnal position was
that there was 'no evidence of
anything having intruded into
British airspace`.
Mr Hastings held a press con-
ference in Washington to
'address the vital issue of UFO
incursions at US nuclear weapons
sites over the past six decades`. Comfy: One of the ||tters reared |n Kenneth Fe|dman's w|ndow box P|oture: Wenn
Þlane jets into history
by 0ying without 0aps
Tuesday, September 28, 2010 25
The ßapless 0emon uAV
The Demon
UAv employs
the Coanda
effect to
manoeuvre
Jets are
positioned at
the back of the
wing that
disrupt and
manipulate the
boundary layer
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tendency of a fuid jet to be
attracted to a nearby surface.
ln this case it's another jet of
air from the wing which in turn
forces the wing in the
opposite direction
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A|r ñow creates a
boundary |ayer
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THE world`s frst 'fapless` plane has
been developed by British engineers.
The unmanned craft, called Demon,
uses hundreds of tiny air jets to con-
trol its movement in
fight rather than us-
ing traditional fap mechanisms.
The technology would give military
aircraft a more stealthy profle by reduc-
ing edges and gaps that can be picked up
by radar, said its developers.
It could also cut fuel and maintenance
costs, they added. The craft, which has a
2.4m (8ft) wingspan, made its maiden
voyage on Walney Island off the Cum-
brian coast on September 17.
Demon was developed by engineers
from Manchester and Cranfeld univers-
ities, together with BAE Systems.
'Flying it successfully has required
great skill, dedication and patience by
the team and they should be very proud
of their achievement,` said Prof John
Fielding of Cranfeld University.
'I was in Cumbria to watch Demon fy
and I feel sure I have witnessed a signif-
icant moment in aviation history,` said
Richard Williams, BAE Systems prog-
ramme director for future capability.
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thcusands cf spcres tc oreate a
plume oapable cf oarrylng them
20 tlmes further than a slngle
spcre oculd travel alcne. The US
study appears ln lrcoeedlngs cf
the Natlcnal ^oademy cf Solenoes.
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X-RAY VI5I0N: The
largest ever Xray telesocpe ls
soheduled tc launoh ln 2021. US,
Lurcpean and 1apanese solentlsts
belleve lt wlll glve the mcst detalled
lnslght ever lntc the dawn cf tlme.
The 1,300m
2
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0bservatcry wlll be able tc ldentlfy
3mllllcn new blaok hcles. Scme cf
these may even be supermasslve
blaok hcles whloh prcbably
develcped befcre the flrst stars.
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Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Teen is
denied
op to
rebuild
skull
A TEENAGER is being
denied a £10,000 NHS
operation to rebuild his
skull. Shaun Kilgariff was
critically injured in
October in a motorbike
crash which caused his
brain to swell. Surgeons
removed part of his skull
to save him but now the
supermarket worker, 18, is
waiting for an operation to
rebuild it. His surgeon
wants to do a £10,000
custom bone cranioplasty,
which would ft a
synthetic implant similar
to bone on to his skull.
But Stoke-on-Trent NHS
trust will pay only for a
£2,500 operation to ft a
titanium plate. Doctors
have told Shaun, from
Stoke-on-Trent, the plate
will give him a square
head and would need
replacing. His family is
appealing against the
trust`s decision. Father
Christopher, 52, said: 'The
£10,000 operation might
be more expensive, but the
titanium plate will need to
be replaced, so it doesn`t
make fnancial sense.` The
trust, which has one other
request for an implant, is
awaiting specialist advice.
Irving hails
Hitler as a
'great man'
REVISIONIST historian David Irving
has praised Adolf Hitler and described
the Gestapo as 'fabulous policemen`
during a controversial tour of Nazi death
camps in Poland.
Irving, jailed in Austria in 2006 after
calling the Holocaust into question, told
fans on the £1,500-a-head trip that Hitler
should be compared to Hannibal - one of
the most talented commanders in history.
His comments, recorded by an under-
cover Italian reporter, will be studied by
the Polish secret service, which has been
monitoring the group.
The 72-year-old said Hitler could be
'very cruel` but was not immoral. 'He
held the military forces of the world for
six years, exactly like Hannibal - but
nobody has never denied the greatness
of Hannibal. Hitler was a great man, one
of the greatest Europeans for centuries.`
Irving also told his party of 11 tourists
from Britain, the US, Germany and Aus-
tralia that German offcer Claus von
Stauffenberg was a 'traitor` for trying to
assassinate Hitler.
The tourists have raised eyebrows too.
After visiting a death camp, one guest
reportedly said to laughter: 'What a ter-
rible smell. It`s like a gas chamber`.
Polish group the Open RepublicAssoc-
iation Against Anti-Semitism and Xeno-
phobia wants Irving charged with 'min-
imising` the scale of Nazi atrocities.
õ Fred Attewill
Team ta|k:
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exto|s the
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reg|me to
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P|oture: EPA
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
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a cat burglart
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A TIME-WASTER rang 999 to report
that a neighbour`s cat had wandered
into his home, it emerged yesterday.
The worried man said the 'large` pet
had walked in through an open door -
and was told to pick it up and remove it
from the house.
It was one of 4,000 inappropriate
emergency calls received by Glouces-
tershire Police this year.
Others include a cat owner who was
worried that his pet had not come home
(perhaps linked top the call above?), a
teenager who reported that he did not
like the way his parents had decorated
his room, a disgruntled taxi driver who
had not been paid and a woman who
was fed up with neighbours playing
loud music.
'Quite often 999 calls are not
malicious but are down to a lack of
knowledge of how to get hold of the
emergency services routinely,` said Insp
Andy Poole of the control room.
The force also had several silent or
unintelligible 999 calls after babies and
toddlers had been playing with their
parents` phones.
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newtrains to slash costs
THERE will be no futuristic trains
on the multi-billion-pound Cross-
rail line as costs are reined in,
bosses revealed yesterday.
Project managers have decided
that designing new trains from
scratch is too costly.
Instead, trains for the 117km
(73-mile) route will be based on
'tried and tested` designs.
Crossrail Limited also revealed
that Whitechapel and CanaryWharf
stations are being redesigned to
drive down costs.
Another saving will involve the
use of disused rail lines for a major
proportion of the branch to Abbey
Wood, south-east London.
'It is critical that every pound in-
vested in this vital scheme achieves
maximum value for money.
'Sensible effciency savings will
be made at every opportunity,` said
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Crossrail chairman Terry Morgan.
'We are looking at every aspect of
Crossrail to identify where eff-
ciencies can be made and under-
standing what cost-saving lessons
can be learned from other global
infrastructure projects.`
The £16billion cross-capital line
is due to come into service in 2017.
Managers insisted that any savings
would not mean shortening the
planned route, running fromMaid-
enhead in Berkshire to Shenfeld
in Essex, or scrapping stations.
Contracts for major tunnelling
and station work will be awarded
over the next year.
Crossrail said the scheme was
worth £42billion to the economy
- a fgure above a previous esti-
mate of £36billion.
Bare cheek of mah
ih mass rail brawl
A NAKED man and up to 30
other drunk revellers were
involved in a brawl on a train.
The nude passenger also caused
havoc by wandering along
carriages, said rail workers. 'A
member of staff I spoke to said
he`d never seen anything like it,
except on television,` said Craig
Johnston, of the RMT rail union.
The incident, on Saturday night
between Carlisle and west
Cumbria, led to 13 arrests.
Kihdergarteh cops
get a hursery hick
CHILDREN have built their
own police station at a nursery.
The 21 youngsters, aged
between two and four,
constructed a cell and installed
a front desk and blue lights for
their 'mock` nick. 'They wanted
to show they knew the
difference between right and
wrong,` said Ruth Edwards, a
supervisor at Cheverell Pre
School and Nursery in Great
Cheverell, Wiltshire.
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Fiona upset
by stalker's
'loveletters'
NEWSREADER Fiona Bruce was left
'upset and disturbed` after a stalker
bombarded her with fowers and cards,
a court heard yesterday.
The 46-year-old was targeted by Peter
Oakey who referred to her as his 'beau-
tiful frebird` in cards sent to BBC Tel-
evision Centre.
His 'sinister` gifts and notes were in-
tercepted before Miss Bruce ever saw
them but she complained to police early
in 2008 that she feared 'his behaviour
could escalate`.
Oakey admitted harassing the TV pre-
senter and breaching a restraining order
by sending her 20 cards in 2009.
His notes were signed, 'Your kingfsher
and loving husband Peter` and at least
one of them said: 'Time to get down
and attend to business.`
Oakey, from Brentwood, Essex, is due
to be sentenced at Basildon crown court
next month. The case was adjourned.
õ Fred Attewill
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harass|ng F|ona Bruce
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A TOILET roll designer who
supplies celebrities with printed
paper has thanked Simon Cowell
for helping her clean up in the
business world.
Natasha Meredith started the
Designer Toilet Roll Company after
fnding that the X Factor boss buys
black loo roll at £10 a go.
The mother of fve now supplies
designer toilet paper to the likes of
Katie Price and Dame Judi Dench
- and will be kitting out this year`s
X Factor house.
'I was watching the X Factor last
year and they were saying Simon
Cowell has black loo roll in his LA
mansion,` she said.
'I went straight on eBay and got a
pack for £10 and sold them within
the day,` added the 42-year-old,
from Crawley, West Sussex, who
discovered that nobody in Britain
catered to the designer loo roll mar-
ket. 'When your friends come round
you buy better wine and nice nap-
kins but they still have to go to the
toilet. It`s just an impressive touch
to the bathroom.`
A brothel in Soho bought her
'safari` range of loo rolls - featur-
ing animal print designs - and
glamour model Price snapped up
paper with a wedding motif on it for
her recent nuptials with Alex Reid.
Ms Meredith said that X Factor
bosses contacted her to supply the
house this year.
'I`ve even had pensioners from
Rochdale ordering it to spruce up
their sheltered fats,` she added.
Other designs include polka dots,
fowers and hearts. The loo rolls
also come in a variety of colours,
including lime green and pink.
It's a||veI Bor|s Johnson at the L'Orea|
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London this
Thursday, with
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Spoilt for choice - but
Dermot has it covered
X Factor host Dermot O`Leary said
choosing tracks for his compilation
album was a
nightmare task. The
DJ is releasing The
Saturday Sessions,
featuring songs from
his Radio 2 show by
artists such as Massive
Attack, Ellie
Goulding, Katy Perry,
Paolo Nutini and
Florence And The
Machine. But the
presenter told Metro it was a
painstaking exercise to whittle
down his favourites. 'It was like
Sophie`s Choice choosing the
tracks, there are so many
impressive performances,` he said,
referring to the 1982 flm in which
Meryl Streep has to choose
between her two children. O`Leary
promised the collection`s many
cover versions would put a new
spin on popular songs, adding:
'The great thing is you don`t really
hear what a song is truly about
until you hear someone else pull it
apart. For example, I didn`t realise
what Britney was actually singing
about in Womanizer until I heard
Lily Allen slow it right down. It is
serious stuff.` Meanwhile, the 37-
year-old is in training to become a
chef after launching two seafood
restaurants called FishyFishy.
'We`ve just opened the second in
Poole,` he said. 'It is seriously hard
work and not something I`m taking
lightly. I actually started out in a
kitchen and I am going into
training to become a professional
chef.` And while he is not ready to
take on Gordon Ramsay just yet,
his restaurant`s chef might be. 'He
has written some seriously good
recipes in the kitchen and I would
like to do something on TV with
him,` said O`Leary. The star added
the X Factor team had pulled
together in tough times this year.
'We`ve had our backs against the
wall with [Cheryl Cole and Dannii
Minogue] away but it has brought
out the best in everyone,` he said.
'St|tch-up': Maña
Chloe:
My pop
career is
wrecked
X Factor reject Chloe
Maha has admitted it
will be hard to start a
pop career following
allegations of drug-
taking and prostitution.
'Of course I want to
have a career but I
think it is in tatters,` she
said. Viewers watched
at the weekend as the
19-year-old, whose real
name is Chloe Heald,
failed to get through to
the next round on the
ITV talent show. The
teenager added that she
had been 'set up` and
denied being a call girl.
'I`m dehnitely not a
prostitute. I`ve not been
paid for sex,` she told
This Morning. But
Chloe admitted taking
'a couple of lines` of
cocaine and said she
was 'so stupid` to have
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A
'raw` Charlotte Church
says she asked former
fancé Gavin Henson if
it would be 'OK` to
date her new boyfriend.
The singer revealed her awkward
request to the Welsh rugby star while
insisting her relationship with
musician Johnny Powell did not start
before she and Henson, 28, split in
May - just weeks after she accepted
his wedding proposal. Now Church
says her love life has been turned
into a soap opera. 'I`d been writing
with Johnny for a while but it was a
good couple of months after me and
Gav split,` she says. 'I kind of asked
Gav`s permission in a way. I said to
him, 'I really want you to know that
nothing ever went on between me
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feelings [towards Johnny] at that
point. When I`m a taken woman, I`m
a taken woman. And I`ve still got a
lot of love and respect for Gav.`
Revealing her feelings for her new
lover, the 24-year-old tells Heat
magazine: 'Johnny`s amazing and
brilliant but it`s early days and the
split with Gav is still raw. He`s really
great, he`s lovely but, to be honest,
I`m pretty self-suffcient. It`s all very
early stages at the moment but
everyone is jumping the gun. It`s
great because we like the same stuff.
He`s very intelligent, very clever and
he`s an amazing musician. That`s
where most of the bond
lies. A lot of the time
we`re together, we
write songs, talk about
music.` On talk of
being in love, she
responds: 'I wouldn`t
say that it wasn`t but
then I wouldn`t say that
it was. I wouldn`t want
everyone to know if it
was or it wasn`t. You
have to keep something
back for yourself. I`ve
been so honest about my personal
life, it`s all people are interested in.
I`ve become a bit of a soap character!`
Read the full interview in this week`s
Heat magazine, on sale now.
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Harmsworth
No cheat:
Char|otte
Church
says her
new
re|at|on-
sh|p
started
after her
sp||t from
Gav|n
Henson
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Neaves
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Co|ourfu| career: R|hanna chooses another strange ensemb|e as she
shoots a v|deo for new s|ng|e What's My Name? |n New York P|oture: Sp|ash
Sugababes singer Amelle Berrabah is
close to 'rock bottom` after being
stopped for drink-driving. She
blamed her early morning run-
in with police on a hangover
from the night before. She
said she was on her way for a
jog when she was pulled over
in her Mercedes in north
London at 5.23am last
Thursday. 'I`d been out the
night before for drinks with
friends and got stopped on the way to
meet my personal trainer and it was
obviously still in my system. I`m so
angry with myself - I felt fne
and had a coffee,` she wrote on
Twitter. After checking into
rehab last year following the
Sugababes fallout, Berrabah
warned she was struggling with
the negative headlines. 'Why do
papers always write horrid stuff
on me, I feel like I`m going rock
bottom again,` she wrote. The 26-
year-old is due in court on October 8.
Drihk-drive charge
Amelle 'really low'
1ailbird LiLo
visits teehs
ih a shelter
Lindsay Lohan put her prison
woes aside by visiting homeless
teenagers at a shelter in Los
Angeles in a bid to 'give back`
to the community. The actress,
who was released from jail on
Saturday, chatted to people at
the Dream Center with her
mother Dina and 16-year-old
sister Ali. 'What a great place
The Dream Center is here in
LA... had a nice time there
today, it`s so important to give
back. I feel blessed,` she wrote
on Twitter.
Price will pay lip
service to surgery
Katie Price is undergoing a string of
painful laser treatments to fx her botched
lip job, her cosmetic therapist has
revealed. The 32-year-old model is
spending thousands of pounds on the
procedure after complaining on her reality
TV show that she looks like 'a duck`.
'She`d had some work done, some of
which she wasn`t happy with, and that`s
why she came to me for some advice. She
obviously had a problem with her lips,`
therapist Nilam Patel told new! magazine.
'The problem with Katie`s fller is we`re
not sure exactly what`s in her lips.` But
it`s not only her face Price is worried
about - she also wants another boob job.
Ex-Big Brother star Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace has blamed
`date rape' drug GHB for an embarrassing exit from a
nightclub earlier this month in which she fell out of her
silk jumpsuit. The 31-year-old claimed she woke up in a
hospital hooked up to a drip and that tests showed the drug in
her system. She drank champagne given to her by a friend of a
friend and it `tasted funny', she told Reveal magazine.
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Murray served up a
cracker of a stag do for
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Best man Andy, 23, took charge of
the night of partying, which involved
ten bottles of bubbly and a superhero
theme. Jamie, a doubles specialist -
that`s tennis doubles - donned a
Superman outft as the brothers took
over Prince Harry`s favourite party
booth for the knees-up at Mayfair`s
Whisky Mist nightspot. They were
joined for some serious drinking by
other faces from the ATP Tour.
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foot again. 'Andy bought his brother
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waiter dressed as Batman to wheel
out ten bottles of Dom Perignon,`
said my source.
'It certainly put the groom in the
mood. He was dancing on chairs
until 3.30am,` said the spy.
The hangover comes ahead of
Murray senior`s plans to wed
Colombian fancée Alejandra
Gutierrez at a secret location in
Scotland on Sunday. His best man,
this year`s Australian Open fnalist,
has already been measured up for his
kilt ahead of the big day. It is the
latest love match in the Murray
household after Andy himself
reunited with his long term lover, 22-
year-old Kim Sears, in May. She
moved back into Murray`s £5million
gated community home in Surrey
after the pair initially split last
November after four years together.
õ Andrei
Harmsworth
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An exhibition of ÞauI
6auguin's work is going on
dispIay for the ñrst time in
8ritain in more than 50 years.
LLAlR£ ALLfR££ meets one of
those behind the show
ÞeopIe have aIways been
obsessed with the tragedy
of van 6ogh but 6auguin's
Iife was [ust as hard - he
had ñve chiIdren
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try to confront rotten
civilisation with something
more natural, based on
savagery,` wrote artist Paul
Gauguin to his good friend
Vincent van Gogh in 1889.
'I have Indian blood, Inca blood in me,
and it`s refected in everything I do. It`s
the basis of my personality.`
Gauguin, who died in 1903, probably
of syphilis, on the French Polynesian
island of Atuona, is the enfant terrible of
modern art - a brawler, a drinker, a former
seaman and a self-styled outlaw who left
his wife and children in Copenhagen and
established his own personality cult in the
provincial French village of Pont-Aven.
His innovative, brilliant, colour-saturated
depictions of rural life in Brittany and
later in Polynesia can be said to have
infuenced the course of 20th-century art
more than the work of almost any other
painter, yet for more than half a century
no major British exhibition has been
devoted to his work.
'People have always been obsessed with
the tragedy of van Gogh,` says Christine
Riding, co-curator of a major new Tate
Modern exhibition that aims to
rehabilitate this great post-Impressionist.
'But Gauguin`s life was just as hard - he
had fve children. His work paved the way
for Fauvism and for Picasso.`
Gauguin: Maker Of Myth attempts
to unlock the complex and often
contradictory identity at the heart of
Gauguin`s extensive body of work.
The exhibition features more than 100
paintings, wood carvings and ceramics
from a career that began relatively late -
Gauguin abandoned a lucrative life as a
stockbroker for a fnancially disastrous
one as a painter in his mid-thirties.
Possessing a proto 21st-century feel
for the power of self-mythology, he
intentionally set about creating various
parallel personal narratives: a loving
father scraping together whatever money
he could for his wife, Mette; a creative,
tempestuous rebel who rejected bourgeois
Paris to establish his own rules with the
Pont-Aven School; and, later, an
uncompromising artist in search of a lost
savagery and mysticism in self-imposed
exile in the South Seas.
And what of his paintings? From the
eerily intimate Christ In The Garden Of
Olives (1889), in which Gauguin casts
himself as Christ scurrying away in the
shadows, and the strange, pivotal Vision
Of The Sermon (1888), to his later
enigmatic, sensual, highly contrived
Polynesian pieces, Gauguin`s radical fat
use of colour and subjective responses,
his invoking of poetic narrative and his
fascination with fable and ancient
spirituality liberated late 19th-century
art from the conventions of realism.
'People seem to have dismissed him as
a decorative painter,` says Riding. 'But he
pointed the way to modernism.`
For Riding, the exhibition will reveal
that Gauguin`s Brittany paintings are just
as signifcant as his numinous, somewhat
fantastical and much better-known images
of the fauna, long-vanished folklore and
beautiful young girls of Tahiti.
His glorious Pont-Aven studio is still
there, as is the boarding house he stayed at.
'He was already very interested in
spiritualism and folk culture when he
arrived in Pont-Aven: there`s no schism
between the two periods at all,` says
Riding. 'With his non-European
background [Gauguin`s mother was half-
Peruvian], he felt that primitive peasant
culture was one that he understood.`
Gauguin`s idealised view of women
and poverty, both the French peasants
and the Tahitian natives, pose certain
Ém||e Bernard
Em||e Bernard trave||ed to Pont-Aven |n
1888, where, w|th Gaugu|n, he was soon
deve|op|ng the theory of synthet|sm -
the use of br|ght fat oo|ours and b|aok
out||nes. Pa|nt|ngs suoh as Pardon At
Pont-Aven, w|th |ts rad|oa| man|pu|at|on of
perspeot|ve and |um|nous
green baokground, show
the oreat|ve oross-po|||nat|on
between the two art|sts. Yet
he was to beoome
|noreas|ng|y resentfu| of
the attent|on d|reoted at
Gaugu|n, at one po|nt
aoous|ng h|m
of p|ag|ar|sm.
Pau| Sérus|er
One of the most ausp|o|ous
meet|ngs |n modern art
ooourred between Gaugu|n
and Pau| Serus|er |n 1888, when the |atter
requested a br|ef |esson. Gaugu|n |ed
Serus|er to a tranqu|| spot by the r|ver Aven
and to|d h|m to pa|nt what oo|ours he saw
there. Serus|er's o|ro|e of fe||ow pa|nters,
known as the 'Nab|s', oa||ed the resu|t|ng
and now extreme|y famous pa|nt|ng The
Ta||sman, for what they r|ght|y
oons|dered |ts ground-
break|ng use of abstraot
v|sua| sensat|on.
V|ncent van Gogh
Gaugu|n ||ved w|th van Gogh
(|eft} |n Ar|es for two months |n
|ate 1888 but the arrangement
was a d|saster, part|ou|ar|y for
van Gogh, who found h|mse|f
be||tt|ed by an arrogant
Gaugu|n. ln 2009, two
German art h|stor|ans
proposed that |t was aotua||y
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Gaugu|n who |opped off van Gogh's ear
dur|ng an argument and that van Gogh
kept qu|et |n order to proteot h|m.
Cam|||e P|ssarro
Muoh o|der than Gaugu|n, P|ssarro was a
ga|van|s|ng |nfuenoe on the younger man,
enoourag|ng h|m to beoome a pa|nter |n
the |ate 1870s. The two wou|d |ater dr|ft
apart but Gaugu|n's ear|y |etters to
P|ssarro art|ou|ate some of h|s deve|op|ng
|deas about art, and h|s deepen|ng
oonoerns about money.
Em||e Schuffenecker
W|th Gaugu|n, Em||e Sohuffeneoker he|ped
arrange the 1889 vo|p|n| exh|b|t|on, on the
wa||s of a oafe, as ne|ther they nor the|r
fr|ends had any hope of be|ng aooepted to
exh|b|t at the Par|s Expos|t|on Ün|verse||e.
Ünfortunate|y, noth|ng so|d, but Gaugu|n's
vo|p|n| Su|te |s now oons|dered a major
moment |n the art|st's deve|opment. CA
It seems ce|ebr|ty |s mere|y the
means to an end. It's a|| about
becom|ng a money-sp|nn|ng
über-brand and m||k|ng |t, ||ke
cash cow Kat|e Pr|ce, who |s
un|eash|ng yet another perfume
a|med at Pound|and
pr|ncesses. Now, I tota||y get
why a b|oke m|ght fancy
someone who sme||s of H||ary
Duff, Kate Moss or J-Lo,
hott|es w|th pongs to
pedd|e, but the Pr|cey don't
seem r|ghtyI Anyhow, from
October 25, you too can
douse yourse|f |n Prec|ous
Love (r|ght| 'a tr|bute to
eterna| |ove', someth|ng
she'd know a|| about, as
Peter Andre - who |aunches
Myster|ous G|r| for women
(huh?| tomorrow - w||| te||
you. The |atest Jordan ju|ce
comes |n 'a bott|e that
represents her ||fe' (cheap?
p|ast|c? see-through?| 'w|th a
frosted centre' (you don't sayI|
and 'topped w|th her s|gnature
d|amond cap'. V|ctor|a, Par|s,
Co|een, Chane||e Hayes: what
next? L by Maureen from
Dr|v|ng Schoo|? N|ght Gusset
by Amy W|no?
Keith Barker-Main
interpretative challenges: French women
were unlikely to have worked the felds in
the traditional lace hats Gauguin depicts
them in and Tahitian girls didn`t tend to
languish among the trees semi-naked.
'But he wouldn`t have seen it as exploiting,`
Riding argues. 'For him it was all about
trying to fnd a purity that had been lost.`
By feeding the notion of himself as a
savage and an outsider, Gauguin, in fact,
fts into a long Western tradition of the
artist seeing himself as other. 'His self-
portraits make you think of Rembrandt`s,
while Vision Of The Sermon is very
traditional and yet very modern,` Riding
says. 'He drew on the greats as a way of
moving forward. But there was always
this great confict within him. I look at his
self-portraits and I wonder if there was
ever a point when he was truly happy.`
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There are cinematic cops
who play by their own
rules. And then there is
Terence McDonagh.
The crack-smoking, dog-
sitting, iguana-bothering
anti-hero of Werner
Herzog`s reworking of Bad Lieutenant
doesn`t just break all the rules, it`s
never entirely clear if he knows there
are any. That McDonagh is played with
frenzied exuberance by Nicolas Cage
merely adds to the sense of fun. And
make no mistake, this is a fun flm -
possibly the best police comedy since
Beverly Hills Cop. Whether or not it
sets out to be is plainly irrelevant when
the fnished result is this entertaining.
Cage was born to play McDonagh. He
does more here with an arched eyebrow
and those big sad eyes than most actors
manage with their entire bodies. Even
the flm`s alligators can`t take their
eyes off him.
There`s a sub plot about a murder
investigation in New Orleans but it`s
really just background to McDonagh`s
increasingly unpredictable escapades -
highlights include sex with a stranger
in a car park and hilariously holding
a pair of old ladies at gunpoint.
Halfway through, as his character`s
mind becomes more substance-addled,
Cage starts to channel Jimmy Stewart
by way of Richard Nixon, an incredible
gambit that inexplicably pays off.
This is a brilliantly bizarre picture that
somehow makes perfect sense.
Extras: Interviews, making-of.
Ross McGuinness
Arguab|y the most oontrovers|a| f|m of the
year, th|s |atest provooat|on from d|reotor
M|ohae| W|nterbottom (9 Songs} pu||s no
punohes - ||tera||y. Fa|thfu||y adapted from
J|m Thompson's 1952 pu|p fot|on, wh|oh
Stan|ey Kubr|ok desor|bed as 'the most
oh||||ng and be||evab|e frst-person story
of a or|m|na||y warped m|nd l have ever
enoountered', |t's the story of |ou Ford
(an Osoar-worthy Oasey Affeok}. |ou's a
deputy sher|ff |n a sma|| Texan town who
h|des a sadomasooh|st|o oompu|s|on to
k||| beneath h|s boy-next-door exter|or.
H|s v|ot|ms are the women he |oves
(Jess|oa A|ba and Kate Hudson}, who he
mero||ess|y beats to a b|oody mess. lt's a
nasty watoh on that |eve| a|one but more
d|sturb|ng |s the |aok of pat exp|anat|on
offered for Ford's aot|ons, part|ou|ar|y
s|noe he's a|so oapab|e of warmth and
tenderness. lt |sn't the sensat|ona|
v|o|enoe or the 'w||| they oatoh h|m?'
suspense but the mystery of Ford's
make-up that oompe|s you to watoh -
even when you don't want to.
Extras: Beh|nd the soenes, oast
|nterv|ews. Larushka Ivan-Zadeh
When one of comed|an Chr|s Rock's
young daughters asked h|m: 'How
come I don't have good ha|r?' |t set
h|m off on a quest to understand the
cu|ture of b|ack ha|r. The resu|t|ng
documentary |s a fasc|nat|ng |ook at
what's dr|v|ng the mu|t|-b||||on-do||ar
|ndustry prov|d|ng ha|r products to
b|ack Amer|cans. From re|axer
(known as 'creamy crack'| to weaves
and extens|ons, b|ack women are
buy|ng |nto contorted |deas of beauty
and conform|ty - someth|ng qu|te
frank|y d|scussed by a |ot of Rock's
|nterv|ewees. H|s genu|ne |nterest
and wry w|t e||c|t great anecdotes
from those he encounters, |nc|ud|ng
the or|g|ns of the Rev A| Sharpton's
re|axed ha|r and rapper Pepa's
asymmetr|ca| cut. Meanwh||e, h|s
|nvest|gat|ons take h|m from a sty||st
face-off at the Bronner Bros ha|r
show |n At|anta, to New York barber
shops, and to the re||g|ous tonsure
ceremon|es |n Ind|a, wh|ch prov|de
the raw mater|a| for $1,000 weaves.
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Most of the 21 Famous Five novels
by Enid Blyton have made the transfer
to the screen, the frst of which was
this one from the Children`s Film
Foundation, realised in 1957 and
based on Blyton`s frst Famous Five
novel from 1942. Here, it`s adapted
into eight easily digestible episodes,
and its well-cast, plummy-voiced
child stars throw themselves with
gusto into an action-packed
adventure that takes in the usual array
of castles, coves, treasure, secret
dungeons, inept baddies and lashings
of derring-do. For those who want to
relive more of a childhood swept away
by the books` breathless excitement,
the CFF`s Five Have A Mystery To
Solve, featuring a different crop of
child (and canine) actors playing
Julian, Dick, George, Anne and
Timmy the dog, is also out now.
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focusing on the Roman infuence
on the capital.
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Some vocalists don`t need
fancy embellishment to create
fantastically rich atmospheres
and British Tamil vocalist/
musician Susheela Raman is
a case in point. Raman was
Mercury-nominated for her
2001 album, Salt Rain, and has
built on her loyal following
with multilingual original
compositions that breezily
traverse jazz, soul, rock and
roots territory, as well as artful
reinterpretations of indie, funk
and industrial classics, from
the likes of Joy Division, Jimi
Hendrix and Throbbing
Gristle. On record, Raman`s
gorgeously earthy, sensual tones
are most effectively backed
with acoustic instrumentation,
sleekly blending Western and
Indian classical styles; catch
her live, though, and she really
bristles with seductive energy.
Raman presented her
Outerindia gig project to
acclaim last year and here she
launches a monthly residency
at Rich Mix: a convivial East
London space that works best
presenting multimedia events.
Tonight`s guest artists include
Asian Dub Foundation co-
founder and bassist Dr Das
(performing with Bantu and
Ramjac) and Bengali dubki
percussionist Paban Das Baul.
Writer (and Das Baul`s 'musical
accomplice`) Mimlu Sen reads
from her latest music travelogue,
The Honey Gatherers, and
there`s also a screening of
Sadia Shepard`s short
documentary, In The Courtyard
Of The Beloved, which depicts
Delhi`s historic Nizamuddin
Awliya Suf shrine. There`s a
lot of ground to cover but, with
Raman at the helm, Outerindia
promises to highlight
international music connections
and blaze excitingly expressive
new trails. Arwa Haider
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'I don`t know what else I don`t know,`
says David Haig`s brow-mopping PM
Jim Hacker (pictured) to Henry
Goodman`s sleekly superior Sir
Humphrey. 'Do you know?` It`s lines
such as these that keep afoat Jonathan
Lynn and Antony Jay`s loving stage
version of their successful 1980s TV
series, in which Hacker endures a
particularly disastrous weekend at
Chequers as leader of a querulous
coalition government in the middle of
a catastrophic debt crisis.
Turning a half-hour TV show into a
two-and-a-half-hour play is no mean
feat and a fair percentage of this, in
which Hacker, among other things, is
frantically trying to secure a $10trillion
oil deal with Kumranistan, depends on
a lot of artifcially generated plot. By
focusing on the politics of desperate
survival, Lynn and his mostly excellent
cast make a virtue of these more
farcical elements; nonetheless, a
certain dramatic strain and a crudely
provocative story involving an
underage prostitute make this still-
resonant satire feel more laboured
than it should.
Goodman silkily gets his tongue
around Sir Humphrey`s impenetrable
speeches but occasionally overeggs the
pudding. Haig, on the other hand, turns
overegging into an art form as he
pivots between pugilistic bravado and
utter panic, while Jonathan Slinger is
delicious as a dweeby, privately
tormented Bernard. And Yes, Prime
Minister`s skewering of the moral
expediency of government is as adept
as ever. Not quite vintage, then, but
still full-bodied enough to make
Cameron and co wonder if it might be
based on them. Claire Allfree
Un||| Jan 15, G|e|ç0o 7|ea||e, /on |o
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£12.50 |o £52.50. 7e|. 0870 9500 915.
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Volatile impresario Serge Diaghilev
presided over a radical ballet company
that left the upheavals of pre-revolutionary
Russia to settle in Western Europe. The
collaborative mastermind - variously
described as an ogre, a paternal benefactor
and a genius - drew talent towards him
with the gravitational pull of a neutron
star and his Ballets Russes became a focal
point for artistic innovation.
Featuring rarely shown V&A stock as
well as spectacular loan items, this
exhibition offers a feast of ballet
ephemera, ranging from Jean Cocteau`s
huge art deco posters to costumes by
Coco Chanel. Léon Bakst`s bejewelled
costume sketches are exquisite works
of art, particularly the iconic design for
legendary dancer (and Diaghilev`s one-
time lover) Vaslav Nijinsky in L`Après-
midi d`un Faune.
The climax is Pablo Picasso`s vividly
hued front cloth for Le Train Bleu, the
largest single object owned by the
museum. The exhibition successfully
deconstructs the disparate elements of
performance, showcasing jerky footage of
ballerina Tamara Karsavina and piping
stirring music from composers such as
Debussy and Prokofev.
This multi-disciplinary approach and the
atmospheric design of the galleries, darkly
lit like the backstage of a theatre, means
there is little chance of developing
museum fatigue, even though the
exhibition packs in a lot of material.
Now seen as pivotal in the development
of modernism, the Ballets Russes 1913
Paris premiere of The Rite Of Spring
inspired riots and fghts in the aisles. This
show not only offers artistic treats but
conveys a real sense of the company`s
brutal discipline, furious creative energy
and lasting artistic legacy. Amy Dawson
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There must be suburban streets where
the local art teacher isn`t a serial killer,
the Neighbourhood Watch group isn`t
a cover for a paedophile ring and
the meals-on-wheels lady isn`t a
transvestite drugs mule. But thank
your lucky stars if you live on one -
TV detective dramas are on a mission
to convince us there`s a psychopath
lurking on every corner.
Actually, only the art teacher/serial
killer turned up on DCI Banks:
Aftermath (ITV1) but this was a tale
cut from over-familiar cloth: outwardly
respectable bloke turns out to be a
nutcase who slaughters young blonde
girls and stacks them up in his cellar.
The twist being that we joined the case
when it was all but over, leaving the
way clear for Stephen Tompkinson to
mope around like a lame puppy for an
hour, wailing 'woe is me`. Forget the
puppy reference, that would have been
sad: this was just boring.
Tompkinson is DCI Alan Banks and
he`s in a grump because he thinks he`s a
failure. We know this because he keeps
saying: 'I`ve failed.` That`s down to the
fact he didn`t catch the crazy art teacher
in time, so now he`s haunted by the
image of the dead blonde victims, who
look distractingly like a girl band off
The X-Factor. To make matters worse,
there`s an ambitious young detective
(blonde, naturally) investigating why
he`s so rubbish at his job.
It`s all effciently done but there have
been so many stories scraped off the
sleazy underbelly of human nature that
it`s hard to feel anything but numb.
As soon as the fresh-faced young PC
cracked a joke in the opening scene it
was a fair guess he`d end up a bloody
mess on the end of a machete. The most
shocking scene was the one where
Banks looked set to cop off with Miss
Investigator (even though, natch, they
hated each other`s guts). Now that was
genuinely creepy.
We`re only halfway through the story,
because Banks sniffs redemption in
the fact there`s a missing girl still
unaccounted for. But forgive me if
I throw in the blood-spattered towel,
I`ve got serial-killer fatigue.
I`ve got a lot of time for Dave Gorman.
America Unchained, in which he
attempted to cross the US using only
independent hotels/garages etc, was an
inspired subversion of the travelogue
genre. So it`s hard not to feel he`s
wasting himself on formula panel show
Gen|us W|th Dave Gorman (BBC2).
Proving simple ideas are not always
the best ones, Genius. gets the
audience to suggest daft ideas and the
guests decide if they`re genius. So you
get sky-diving dolphins, soup ice lollies
and so on. It had Russell Howard on -
because that`s panel-game law - but it`s
a long way off genius, just an average
night`s daft banter down the pub.
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Forgetting I`d left the TV on down the hall, when I frst heard
this ad`s soundtrack, I feared a kookaburra had invaded my
sitting room. Closer inspection revealed the horrendous
cackle as none other than that of Peggy Mitchell risen,
phoenix-like, from the ashes of the burned-out Queen Vic to
be crowned the queen of bingo in a skit that recalls ancient
variety show The Good Old Days. It seems the people`s
pearly queen has hit the jackpot. Released from her BBC
contract, the 'national treasure` can fnally afford a wig that
looks, oh, about 15 per cent real rather than those hideous
acrylic haystacks the game old bird sweated under while
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6.00 OBeeb|es 7.00 OBBO S.S0
OBeeb|es 11.S0 Open Gardens
(R,T,W} v|s|ts to Br|sto| and
Staffordsh|re. 12.00 Da||y Po||t|os
Oonferenoe Speo|a| (T,W} Ooverage
of the |abour party oonferenoe.
1.00 An|ma| Park (R,T,W} The
park's o|dest t|ger has an
emergenoy operat|on. 2.00 Da||y
Po||t|os Oonferenoe Speo|a| (T,W}
The oonferenoe speeoh by the
|abour party's new |eader. 4.00
F|og lt! (T,W} From Buxton |n
Derbysh|re. 4.S0 Po|nt|ess (T,W}
Hosted by A|exander Armstrong
and R|ohard Osman. 5.15 Esoape
To The Oountry (T,W} Jonn|e lrw|n
he|ps a ooup|e searoh|ng for a
property |n Ohesh|re, and shows
them a former pottery, wh|oh boasts
an open-p|an 800sq ft ||v|ng room.
6.00 Eggheads (T,W} Ou|z,
hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
6.S0 CIimbing Great
BuiIdings (T,W} Jonathan
Foy|e and |uoy Oreamer soa|e
the lmper|a| War Museum North
|n Manohester, d|soover|ng how
the struoture was des|gned to
refeot the ohaos of war |tse|f.
|ast |n the ser|es.
7.00 The CIassroom
Experiment (T,W} Part two of
two. Professor Dy|an W|||am
tr|es to get the pup||s to aot
more respons|b|y by mon|tor|ng
the|r behav|our, but some
oh||dren are not respond|ng we||
to h|s methods.
S.00 MasterChef: The
ProfessionaIs (T,W} E|ght
oompet|tors prepare w||d
mushrooms and fresh sard|nes
before the rema|n|ng ohefs are
oha||enged to rep||oate two
reo|pes demonstrated by
M|ohe| Roux Jr.
9.00 Whites (T,W} New ser|es.
See Today's Tv.
9.S0 Harry & PauI (T,W} New
ser|es. Sketoh oomedy w|th
Harry Enfe|d and Pau|
Wh|tehouse.
10.00 Later Live ~ With
JooIs HoIIand (T,W} Jazz funk
group Jam|roqua|, s|nger KT
Tunsta||, |nd|e bands De|ta Sp|r|t
and Everyth|ng Everyth|ng, and
fo|k-rook aot Ray |amontagne
& the Par|ah Dogs perform |n
the stud|o.
10.S0 Newsnight (T,W}
FoIIowed by Weather
11.20 Today At Conference
(T,W} H|gh||ghts from the
|abour party oonferenoe |n
Manohester's o|ty oentre,
|no|ud|ng ooverage of the new
party |eader's speeoh.
11.50 Highgrove: AIan
Meets Prince CharIes
(R,T,W} A|an T|tohmarsh
exp|ores the H|ghgrove estate.
12.50 BBO News (T} 4.S5 O|ose
6.00 M||kshake! 9.15 The Wr|ght
Stuff (T} Matthew Wr|ght and guests
ta|k about the |ssues of the day.
10.45 Tr|sha Goddard (R,T} A
mother-of-three who works as a
dom|natr|x at n|ght. 11.45 House
(R,T} An A|ds pat|ent exh|b|ts
strange symptoms. 12.40 F|ve
News (T} 12.45 Po||oe lnteroeptors
(R,T} Offoers raoe to br|ng three
burg|ars to just|oe. 1.45
Ne|ghbours (T} 2.15 Home And
Away (T} Ange|o |s foroed to fre lnd|.
2.50 Mea|s ln Moments (T} W|th
2008 Oe|ebr|ty MasterOhef w|nner
||z Mo|arnon. S.05 FlLM:
Picking Up And Dropping Off
(2003} (T} Romant|o oomedy, w|th
Soott Wo|f and Amanda Detmer.
5.00 F|ve News, Weather (T} 5.S0
Ne|ghbours (R,T}
6.00 Home And Away (R,T}
Ange|o |s foroed to fre lnd| after
be|ng put under pressure by
Ohar||e. |eah oonfronts Ruby
over the a|ooho| |no|dent, and
||am apo|og|ses to an upset
B|anoa.
6.25 Live From Studio Five
(T} Top|oa| reports.
7.00 Five News At 7 (T}
7.S0 How To Take Stunning
Pictures (T} Profess|ona|
|andsoape photographer
Ohar||e Wa|te adv|ses a free
runner and a p|asterer on ways
to |mprove the|r p|otures.
Presented by Suz| Perry.
FoIIowed by Five News
Update
S.00 Nature Shock: The
SeaI Ripper (T} So|ent|sts are
baffed when mut||ated sea|
oorpses wash ashore on a
remote At|ant|o |s|and, foro|ng
them to re-eva|uate a seem|ng|y
p|ao|d speo|es of shark. |ast |n
the ser|es. FoIIowed by Five
News At 9
9.00 CSl: Miami (T} Pop star
Phoebe N|oho|s reported|y
burns to death on stage, but
ana|ys|s of the rema|ns revea|s
that a doub|e d|ed |n her p|aoe,
|eav|ng Horat|o w|th a baff|ng
mystery to so|ve. Or|me drama,
starr|ng Dav|d Oaruso.
10.00 CSl: NY (R,T} Ste||a
fnds a d|sorepanoy at a murder
soene that |mp||oates a d|str|ot
attorney |n a d|fferent or|me -
but her determ|nat|on to pursue
h|m resu|ts |n a k|||er be|ng
re|eased. Or|me drama, starr|ng
Me||na Kanakaredes.
FoIIowed by Five News
Update
11.00 CSl: Crime Scene
lnvestigation (R,T} A murder
tr|a| drags on for seven weeks,
oaus|ng tempers to fray among
the jury. F|na||y, the on|y
d|ssent|ng member |s k|||ed -
and susp|o|on |nev|tab|y fa||s on
the other 11.
11.55 NClS (R,T} A Mus||m
Mar|ne |s found dead.
12.50 SuperOas|no 4.05 Po||oe
lnteroeptors (R,T} Offoers raoe to
br|ng three burg|ars to just|oe. 4.55
An|ma| Resoue Squad (R,T} 5.10
The New Tomorrow (R,T} The
Stranger returns to the oamp. 5.S5
to 6.00 M|ohae|a's W||d Oha||enge
(R,T} Monkey mov|e-makers |n
South Afr|oa.
6.00 Breakfast (T,W} 9.15
He||oopter Heroes (T,W} 10.00
Homes Ünder The Hammer (R,T,W}
fo||owed by BBO News 11.00 F||thy
Rotten Sooundre|s (T,W} 11.45
Oash ln The Att|o (R,T,W} Ra|s|ng
money for a ho||day |n Turkey.
fo||owed by BBO News 12.15
Barga|n Hunt (T,W} Two a||-ma|e
teams oompete at Portobe||o
Market |n |ondon. 1.00 BBO
News, Weather (T,W} 1.S0 Reg|ona|
News And Weather (T,W} 1.45
Dootors (T,W} Oherry's yoga o|ass
prov|des an opportun|ty to p|ay
matohmaker. 2.15 D|agnos|s
Murder (R,T} Jaok goes underoover
at a dat|ng agenoy. S.00 BBO
News, Weather, Reg|ona| News
(T,W} S.05 OBBO 5.15 Weakest
||nk (T,W} Genera| know|edge qu|z.
6.00 BBC News (T,W}
Fo||owed by Weather
6.S0 RegionaI News
Programmes (T,W} Fo||owed
by Weather
7.00 The One Show (T,W}
Top|oa| stor|es w|th Jason
Manford and A|ex Jones.
7.S0 EastEnders (T,W}
Jan|ne sets about tak|ng
revenge on Ryan and Staoey.
FoIIowed by BBC News;
RegionaI News
S.00 HoIby City (T,W} M|ohae|
|s pushed over the edge when
he hears R|o |s mov|ng |n w|th
Anna|ese, p|ao|ng h|m |n
Oonn|e's ||ne of fre, and Joseph
|s foroed to eat humb|e p|e after
underm|n|ng Greg.
9.00 The Secrets Of
ScientoIogy (T,W} John
Sweeney oonduots a seoond
|nvest|gat|on |nto the Ohuroh of
So|ento|ogy, ga|n|ng an |ns|der's
v|ew of the organ|sat|on and |ts
more o|ose|y guarded seorets.
10.00 BBC News (T,W}
10.25 RegionaI News And
Weather (T,W}
10.S5 My Story (T,W} George
A|ag|ah hears the ta|es of
peop|e who tr|umphed over
advers|ty, |no|ud|ng a woman
who suffered years of neg|eot
at an |ndustr|a| sohoo| |n
lre|and.
11.05 lnside Sport (T,W}
11.S5 FlLM: The Greatest
Game Ever PIayed {2005)
(T,W} A determ|ned Amer|oan
work|ng-o|ass go|fer overoomes
soo|a| prejud|oe and oyn|o|sm
to oompete |n the 1913 ÜS
Open. Drama, starr|ng Sh|a
|aBeouf. FoIIowed by
Weatherview
1.S5 See Hear (R,T,W} 2.05
D|gg|ng For Br|ta|n (R,T,W} Rare
artefaots found |n Happ|sburgh,
Norfo|k. S.05 Natura| Wor|d (R,T,W}
The ||fe and |egaoy of Eoho the
e|ephant. 4.05 Br|ta|n's Empty
Homes (R,T,W} A ooup|e |ook for a
spao|ous property. 4.S5 to 6.00
BBO News (T}
88LI 88L2 l1VI L4 LhauueI S
Wh|tes, BBC2, 9pm
1eday's 1Vwith Sharon Lougher
&Larushka Ivan·2adeh
Þick of 1he bay whites 88C2, 9pm
BeIµl My Beuse ls faIIiu¿ bewu C4, 8pm
Þe¿ieuaI variatieus
AngIia As lTv exoept 1.55-2.00
Ang||a News S.59-4.00 Ang||a
Weather 6.00-6.S0 Ang||a
Ton|ght, Weather 10.S0-10.S5
Ang||a News, Weather Border As
lTv exoept 1.55-2.00 Tyne Tees
and Border News S.59-4.00
Border Weather 6.00-6.S0
|ookaround, Weather 10.S0-
10.S5 |ookaround, Weather
CarIton As lTv exoept 1.55-2.00
|ondon News S.59-4.00 |ondon
Weather 6.00-6.S0 |ondon
Ton|ght, Weather 10.S0-10.S5
|ondon News, Weather CentraI
As lTv exoept 1.55-2.00 |ooa|
News S.59-4.00 |ooa| Weather
6.00-6.S0 Oentra| Ton|ght,
Weather 10.S0-10.S5 |ooa|
News, Weather Granada As lTv
exoept 1.55-2.00 Granada News
S.59-4.00 Granada Weather
6.00-6.S0 Granada Reports,
Weather 10.S0-10.S5 Granada
News, Weather Meridian As lTv
exoept 1.55-2.00 Mer|d|an News
S.59-4.00 Mer|d|an Weather
6.00-6.S0 Mer|d|an Ton|ght,
Weather 10.S0-10.S5 Mer|d|an
Ton|ght, Weather Tyne Tees As
lTv exoept 1.55-2.00 Tyne Tees
and Border News S.59-4.00
North East Weather 6.00-6.S0
North East Ton|ght, Weather
10.S0-10.S5 North East Ton|ght,
Weather West As lTv exoept
1.55-2.00 The West Oountry
Today S.59-4.00 lTv West
Weather 6.00-6.S0 West Oountry
Ton|ght, Weather 10.S0-10.S5
West Oountry Ton|ght, Weather
Westcountry As lTv exoept
1.55-2.00 West Oountry Today
S.59-4.00 Westoountry Weather
6.00-6.S0 West Oountry Ton|ght,
Weather 10.S0-10.S5 West
Oountry Ton|ght, Weather
Yorkshire As lTv exoept 1.55-
2.00 Oa|endar News S.59-4.00
|ooa| Weather 6.00-6.S0
Oa|endar, Weather 10.S0-10.S5
Oa|endar News, Weather
He`s a versatile man, is Alan Davies. He plays the
fool in QI, a magician/detective in Jonathan Creek
and has just relived his revolutionary teen years for
documentary purposes. For this new sitcom he`s in
actorly mode again, playing a hotel head chef called
Roland White - any relation to Marco Pierre? - who
goes against the grain of the highly stressed Gordon
Ramsays of this world by being a bit of a slacker.
Also stars Katherine Parkinson (The IT Crowd) and
Isy Suttie (Dobby from Peep Show).
It would be hard to top the catalogue of disasters that
befell Terry and Mandy`s 16-bedroom pile last week.
Still, Vicky and James from Staines have a go:
they`ve got a four-bedroom house that`s cracking and
bending so much that Sarah Beeny can`t fgure out
what`s actually holding it up at all. Plus they`ve got
dodgy pipes. As usual, Beeny has some clever
technology on hand to solve the problems. Last in
the series.
A 1ime 1e Þemember 88C4, 8.30pm
A Time To Remember was originally a Pathé series
from the 1950s which, using archive footage and
narrated by prominent actors of the day, looked at
the political, social and cultural changes of the frst
half of the 20th century. Now that material has been
collected thematically, with this second episode
focusing on theatres, music halls and cinemas during
the golden age of the 1920s and 1930s.
fiIm of 1he bay LeutreI lilm4, IIpm
Sam Riley is electrifying as visionary Joy Division
frontman Ian Curtis in this award-winning black-
and-white 2007 biopic. Even if you`re not bothered
about the music, it`s a gripping story as the
increasingly epilepsy-prone Curtis is torn apart by
his love for two women (Samantha Morton and
Alexandra Maria Lara). Exquisitely shot by former
rock photographer Anton Corbijn.
Listings Key. R - Repeat, T - Text, W - Widescreen, M Picks Of The Day, M Fi|ms
6.00 Daybreak (T,W} S.S0 |orra|ne
(T,W} 9.25 The Jeremy Ky|e Show
(T,W} 10.S0 Th|s Morn|ng (T,W}
Sharon Marsha|| goes beh|nd the
soenes at the lns|de Soap Awards.
12.S0 |oose Women (T,W} 1.S0
lTv News And Weather (T,W} 1.55
Reg|ona| News (T,W} 2.00 60
M|nute Makeover (T,W} A home
transformat|on |n Ohe|mer v|||age,
Essex. S.00 Seoret Dea|ers (T,W}
The ant|ques experts v|s|t
homeowners |n Shropsh|re. S.59
Reg|ona| Weather (T,W} 4.00
M|dsomer Murders (R,T,W} Part two
of two. Barnaby and Troy oont|nue
the|r |nvest|gat|on. 5.00 The A|an
T|tohmarsh Show (T,W} W|th
Rosemary Shrager, vanessa Fe|tz
and N|ok Ferrar|, p|us mus|o by
Status Ouo.
6.00 RegionaI News (T,W}
Fo||owed by Weather
6.S0 lTV News And
Weather (T,W}
7.00 EmmerdaIe (T,W} Ab|
and Ryan oome dangerous|y
o|ose to oross|ng the ||ne.
7.S0 Grimehghters (R,T,W}
A woman |s found to have four
tons of rubb|sh |n her bedroom,
and a b|ookage at a sewage
stat|on |eaves a o|ean-up team
w|th a d|rty job on |ts hands.
S.00 New Who Wants To
Be A MiIIionaire? (T,W} Ohr|s
Tarrant hosts the b|g-pr|ze qu|z,
|n wh|oh oontestants must now
answer quest|ons aga|nst the
o|ook and are g|ven a new
||fe||ne at the £50,000 mark as
they try to w|n £1m||||on.
9.00 71 Degrees North
(T,W} The seven rema|n|ng
oe|ebr|t|es h|ke through deep
snow up to a sheer o||ff faoe,
before spend|ng a n|ght |n tents
preoar|ous|y seoured to the
vert|oa| drop w|th o||mb|ng
ropes.
10.00 lTV News At Ten And
Weather (T,W}
10.S0 RegionaI News (T,W}
10.S5 Swingtown (T,W} The
Deokers are |nv|ted to Susan
and Bruoe's oab|n after the
Thompsons deo||ne to go, but
the oosy foursome are shooked
by the |ast-m|nute appearanoe
of Janet and Roger.
11.25 Ladette To Lady
(R,T,W} Mrs Harbord
announoes a zero to|eranoe
po||oy on bad behav|our as the
|adettes host a masked ba|| for
an lta||an pr|noe, but a
sausage-mak|ng |esson oauses
uproar among the g|r|s.
12.25 The Zone (W} Shopp|ng and
|nteraot|ve gam|ng, presented by
M|ohae| Ünderwood and Ange|||oa
Be||. 2.S0 The Rookford F||es (R,T}
J|m fnds h|mse|f on a k|||er's h|t-||st.
James Garner stars. S.25 The
Jeremy Ky|e Show (R,T,W} 4.20 lTv
N|ghtsoreen 5.S0 to 6.00 lTv
Morn|ng News (T,W}
6.10 The Hoobs (R,T} 6.S5 The
Hoobs (R,T} 7.00 Fresh|y Squeezed
7.S0 Everybody |oves Raymond
(R,T} 7.55 Everybody |oves
Raymond (R,T} S.25 Fras|er (R,T}
S.55 Fr|ends (R,T} 9.S0 |akes On
A P|ate (R,T} 10.00 The Good W|fe
(R,T} 11.00 Desperate Housew|ves
(R,T} 12.00 Ohanne| 4 News
Summary (T} 12.05 Jam|e At Home
(R,T} 12.S0 FlLM: Madame X
(1966} (T} Drama, w|th |ana Turner.
2.20 |akes On A P|ate (T} 2.55
Wogan's Perfeot Reoa|| (T} S.25
Oountdown (T} 4.10 Dea| Or No
Dea| (T} Game show, w|th Noe|
Edmonds. 5.00 Oome D|ne W|th
Me (T} Wr|ter lan B|aok hosts the
seoond d|nner party |n G|asgow.
5.S0 Ooaoh Tr|p (T} The group
arr|ves |n Oopenhagen, Denmark.
6.00 The Simpsons (T}
Marge |oses a|| memory of
Homer.
6.S0 HoIIyoaks (T} |eanne |s
jea|ous when |ee offers Amy a
ro|e |n h|s p|ay, Jasm|ne swears
An|ta to seoreoy about her
doub|e ||fe, and Brendan te||s
Oarme| what he rea||y th|nks of
her.
7.00 ChanneI 4 News (T}
7.55 4thought.tv (T}
Psyohotherap|st Harr|et
Go|denberg d|sousses how her
fa|th offered no oonso|at|on
when she d|soovered she was
|nfert||e, and ta|ks about her
deo|s|on to adopt a oh||d from
Oh|na.
S.00 HeIpI My House ls
FaIIing Down (T} |ast |n the
ser|es. See Today's Tv.
9.00 Ramsay's Best
Restaurant (T} Gordon
Ramsay exam|nes the M|ohe||n-
starred Ka| |n |ondon and
B|rm|ngham's renowned Yu &
You as he turns the spot||ght on
Br|ta|n's Oh|nese restaurants.
10.00 This ls EngIand 'S6
(T} Woody puts as|de h|s
d|fferenoes w|th |o|, |ead|ng
h|m to be||eve he |s ready to
marry her. Meanwh||e, Shaun
and Sme|| fna||y get together,
and Oombo gets a ohanoe to
do someth|ng tru|y hero|o.
Drama, starr|ng v|oky MoO|ure,
Joe G||gun and Thomas
Turgoose. |ast |n the ser|es.
11.05 Seven Days (R,T}
Dooumentary deta|||ng the da||y
||ves of a var|ety of peop|e |n
Nott|ng H|||, |no|ud|ng a
ha|rdresser, a rapper and two
mode|s.
12.10 3 M|nute Wonder 12.15
Poker 1.15 vo||eyba|| 2.10 Box|ng
(T} 2.S5 Superb|ke S.00 Formu|a
Ford Ohamp|onsh|p (R,T} S.25 The
Gr|d (R,T} S.55 Wor|d Sport (R,T}
4.20 GT Aoademy (R,T} 4.45 Br|ef
Enoounters Of The Sport|ng M|nd
(R,T} 5.00 Age Of |ove (R,T} 5.45
to 6.10 Yo Gabba Gabba (R,T}
£oãÕ­“}o Tuesday, September 28, 2010
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£utertaiumeut
M BBC3
7.0pm Tota| W|peout S.0
Oherry Goes Dat|ng 9.0
Don't Te|| The Br|de 10.0
EastEnders 10.30 ldea| 11.0
Fam||y Guy 11.50 Don't Te||
The Br|de 12.45am B|zarre
ER 1.45 ldea| 2.15 Tota|
W|peout 3.15 EastEnders: Kat
And A|fe's Return 4.15 Oherry
Goes Dat|ng 5.15 O|ose
M BBC4
7.0pm Wor|d News Today
7.30 lt's On|y A Theory S.0
Br|ta|n's Best Dr|ves S.30
A T|me To Remember 9.0
The Born Free |egaoy 10.0
E|sa The ||oness 10.30
Reputat|ons 11.25 A T|me To
Remember 11.55 The Born
Free |egaoy 12.55am Murder
On The |ake 2.25 A T|me To
Remember 2.55 The Born
Free |egaoy 3.55 O|ose
M lTV2
6.0am Ooronat|on Street
6.50 Emmerda|e 7.15 |oose
Women S.10 Sa||y Jessy
Raphae| 9.0 Judge Judy 9.25
The P|anet's Funn|est An|ma|s
10.0 ||fe's Funn|est Moments
10.35 Judge Judy 12.0noon
Ooronat|on Street 1.0pm
Emmerda|e 1.30 The Jeremy
Ky|e Show 3.40 |oose
Women 4.40 Sa||y Jessy
Raphae| 5.30 Judge Judy
7.0 A|| Star Fam||y Fortunes
7.45 P|x|e |ott: The Hot Desk
S.0 What Kat|e D|d Next 9.0
FlLM: Miss CongeniaIity
2: Armed And FabuIous
(2005} Oomedy seque|,
starr|ng Sandra Bu||ook. 11.20
FlLM: Troy (2004} 2.20am
Emmerda|e 2.45 Te|eshopp|ng
5.45 lTv2 N|ghtsoreen
M lTV3
6.0am The Agatha
Ohr|st|e Hour 6.55 Home
To Roost 7.30 Heartbeat
S.30 Üpsta|rs, Downsta|rs
9.40 lrons|de 10.40 Duty
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12.55pm Heartbeat 1.55
Monaroh Of The G|en 3.0
Üpsta|rs, Downsta|rs 4.15
Da||y Oooks Oha||enge 5.15
Duty Free 5.50 Heartbeat
6.50 Monaroh Of The G|en
S.0 Rosemary & Thyme
9.0 The Peop|e's Deteot|ve
10.0 Foy|e's War 12.05am
F|ashpo|nt 1.0 Numb3rs 1.50
Duty Free 2.20 F||m F||e 2.30
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6.0am F||m F||e 6.10 The
Ohamp|ons 7.0 Randa|| And
Hopk|rk (Deoeased} 7.50 The
Sa|nt S.50 The Profess|ona|s
9.50 The Ohamp|ons
10.55 Randa|| And Hopk|rk
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12.55pm The Sweeney 2.0
The Pr|soner 3.0 Randa||
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The Sa|nt 5.0 Motorsport ÜK
6.0 Wor|d's W||dest Po||oe
v|deos 7.0 Po||oe, Oamera,
Aot|on! S.0 Surv|va| W|th Ray
Mears 9.0 FlLM: Ned KeIIy
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Horizon (1997} 1.10am
Po||oe, Oamera, Aot|on! 2.05
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2.55 lTv4 N|ghtsoreen 3.0
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6.0am Heart|and 6.50
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S.55 Heart|and 9.55 Fr|ends
10.20 G||more G|r|s 11.15
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12.10pm veron|oa Mars
1.05 Sorubs 2.05 Fr|ends
2.35 Ho||yoaks 3.05 G||more
G|r|s 4.0 Samantha Who?
4.30 Fr|ends 6.0 Sorubs
7.0 Ho||yoaks 7.30 Fr|ends
9.0 Sma||v|||e 10.0 The
O|eve|and Show 10.30 The
R|oky Gerva|s Show 11.0
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2.30 What About Br|an 3.50
Samantha Who? 4.15 The
H|||s 4.35 Sw|tohed
M More4
9.0am Dea| Or No Dea| 9.45
Room For lmprovement 10.45
How O|ean ls Your House?
11.20 FlLM: Party GirI
(1958} Or|me drama, starr|ng
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M|nute Wonder: vo|oes 1.20
3 M|nute Wonder: My Home
ls My Shoes 1.30 Dea| Or No
Dea| 2.20 Oe|ebr|ty Oome
D|ne W|th Me 2.50 Ooaoh
Tr|p 3.20 |ooat|on, |ooat|on,
|ooat|on 4.25 A P|aoe ln The
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Re|ooat|on, Re|ooat|on 6.35
Dea| Or No Dea| 7.25 Grand
Des|gns S.30 The Da||y Show
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House Resoue 10.0 True
Stor|es: The Dano|ng Boys Of
Afghan|stan 11.10 Afghan
Star 1.05am Oountry House
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3.15 A P|aoe ln The Sun:
Home Or Away 4.20 O|ose
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6.0am Te|eshopp|ng 9.0 W||d
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10.30 Home And Away 11.0
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Tr|sha Goddard 1.30 Two
Guys And A G|r| 2.0 Mea|s
ln Moments 2.10 W||d
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Ru|es 5.0 Po||oe lnteroeptors
6.0 Everybody Hates Ohr|s
6.20 Push 6.30 Home
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7.35 Everybody Hates Ohr|s
S.0 The Gadget Show 9.0
Oowboy Bu||ders 10.0 OOTv
O|t|es 11.0 Sex |essons
11.30 Seoret G|r|fr|end
12.0m't Te|eshopp|ng
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6.0am Fat Fam|||es 7.0
Bra|n|ao: So|enoe Abuse
S.0 Oops Tv 9.0 ||on Man
10.0 Bones 11.0 Wedd|ng
SOS 11.30 Bra|n Dootors
12.0noon Fat Fam|||es
1.0pm Projeot Runway 2.0
Bones 3.0 Stargate SG-1 5.0
Ma|oo|m ln The M|dd|e 5.30
Futurama 6.0 Oops Tv 6.30
The S|mpsons S.0 The ||tt|e
Ooup|e S.30 Super Nurses
9.0 FlLM: Batman And
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Kung Fu KiIIer ll (2007}
Mart|a| arts adventure seque|,
starr|ng Dav|d Oarrad|ne.
1.05am N|ght Oops 2.0 ÜK
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At |arge 3.0 M|ss|ng 4.0 Are
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Ho||day A|r||ne S.0 The F||th
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3.30 The Gadget Show
4.0 Top Gear 6.0 F|fth Gear
6.30 The Gadget Show 7.0
Dragons' Den S.0 Top Gear
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10.0 As T|me Goes By
10.40 Keep|ng Üp
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Of The Summer W|ne 1.20pm
Steptoe And Son 2.0 On|y
Foo|s And Horses 2.40 The
Green Green Grass 4.0 As
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Steptoe And Son S.0 On|y
Foo|s And Horses 10.0 Faw|ty
Towers 10.40 Abso|ute|y
Fabu|ous 12.0m't Ear|y Doors
12.40am Abso|ute|y Fabu|ous
2.0 Ear|y Doors 3.0 O|ose
Living
6.0am Home Shopp|ng 7.0
The Jerry Spr|nger Show 7.50
Oe|ebs 24/7 S.0 Maury S.55
Oe|ebs 24/7 9.0 Amer|oa's
Next Top Mode| 10.0 Maury
10.55 Oe|ebs 24/7 11.0
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Short|and Street 1.0pm OSl:
Or|me Soene lnvest|gat|on 3.0
Or|m|na| M|nds 4.0 Oharmed
6.0 Amer|oa's Next Top Mode|
7.0 Four Wedd|ngs S.0
Br|ta|n's Next Top Mode| 9.0
Drop Dead D|va 10.0 Teen
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12.0m't OSl: Or|me Soene
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3.50 G|r|s Of The P|ayboy
Mans|on 4.40 The Jerry
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Operat|on Repo 10.0 H|ghway
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North Sea 1.0pm Operat|on
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Dog The Bounty Hunter 5.0
H|ghway Patro| 6.0 Operat|on
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Spartaous: B|ood And Sand
11.10 Manswers 12.10am
Star Trek: voyager 1.10 Dog
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Mart|a| |aw 3.05 Star Trek:
voyager 4.0 O|ose 5.0 Home
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7.0 Myster|ous Ways S.0
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Business &Finance
O LOW earners are fac|ng
mass|ve pens|on gaps,
new research |nd|cates.
Those who hope to ret|re
on a pens|on of £16,166 a
year are on track to rece|ve
just £8,608 - a gap of
more than £7,500,
accord|ng to consu|tancy
group Hymans Robertson.
'Un|ess there |s a dec|s|ve
change |n pens|ons po||cy
and |n att|tudes to sav|ng,
many w||| not have an
adequate |ncome to
ensure the|r d|gn|ty and
|ndependence |n
ret|rement,' sa|d
spokesman John Wr|ght.
O NESTLÉ says |t p|ans to pump hundreds of
m||||ons of pounds |nto a new med|ca| nutr|t|on
bus|ness, deve|op|ng foods to prevent and treat
cond|t|ons such as d|abetes, obes|ty and even
A|zhe|mer's d|sease. The food g|ant beh|nd K|t
Kat and Nescafé sa|d |t wou|d 'p|oneer a new
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subs|d|ary Nest|é Hea|th Sc|ence and a research
and deve|opment centre |n Sw|tzer|and wh|ch
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hold. The increase was partly fuelled by
the popularity of tax-free ISAs, which
were launched in 1999.
People collectively put away £558bil-
lion into savings accounts between
2000 and the end of 2009, with deposits
accounting for 70 per cent of total new
savings made during the decade.
But individuals sold more shares than
they bought during the ten years, with
the amount of money invested in equi-
ties falling by £190billion, according to
the Lloyds study.
'This has been a signifcant decade for
savers in the UK,` said Suren Thiru,
economist at Lloyds TSB. 'The sub-
stantial rise of new household savings
over the past ten years refects the
extent to which savers have worked
hard to build their nest egg.`
However, the average person`s sav-
ings have dived by more than a ffth
since earlier this year, separate research
shows. We put away £102 a month on
average - down from £130 in February,
according to Spanish bank Santander.
And while 25 per cent of us plan to in-
crease the amount we save each month,
42 per cent are not saving at all, the fg-
ures show. Seventy per cent of people
have money set aside for a rainy day.
However, 30 per cent of the 2,000
people questioned in the study admit
they do not have any savings and 12 per
cent have savings but are not adding to
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high street bank Lloyds TSB. That is 46
per cent more than the total we saved
during the 1990s, or an increase of 14
per cent once infation is stripped out. It
works out to about £30,105 per house-
SAVERS have squirrelled away more
than £800billion over the last decade
but the downturn has slowed that fgure,
new studies show.
We put £802billion into deposit ac-
counts, pensions and shares between
2000 and the end of 2009, according to
Yesterday's ups and downs.
World 5tock Markets
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546½ 276 Mlorc Fcous lntl 385¼ +5.25
280 162¼ lntl lerscnal Flnanoe 278 +4.75
368 233½ Melrcse Rescuroes 311½ +4.18
223¼ 110 Xohanglng 152 +3.83
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307¼ 205 Salamander Lnergy 250½ 3.09
670 528 ^frloan Barrlok Ccld 578½ 3.02
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Dcw 1cnes (3pm) Unlted States 10828.58 31.68 11205.03 9487.67
N^SD^Ç (3pm) Unlted States 2370.57 10.65 2530.15 2045.11
Nlkkel 1apan 9603.14 +131.47 11339.30 8824.06
Hang Seng Hcng Kcng 22340.84 +221.41 22943.98 18985.50
D^X Cermany 6278.89 19.41 6351.60 5353.35
C^C40 Franoe 3766.16 16.32 4065.65 3331.29
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currencies
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Lurc 0.7419 0.0416 0.7834
Yen 84.1850 0.9300 85.1150
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commodities
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Ccld (5/cz) 1297.00 unohanged
Sllver (p/cz) 1358.99 up 0.42
Brent Crude (5/brl) 78.73 up 1.04
Dcllar 1.5861 +0.0338 1.5524
Lurc 1.1766 0.0397 1.2163
Yen 133.5100 +1.3900 132.1200
0ollar
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^ustralla (^5) 1.56
Canada (C5) 1.54
Lurc (L) 1.12
lsrael (shekel) 5.23
New Zealand (NZ5) 2.00
lcland (zlcty) 4.07
Slngapcre (5) 1.95
Scuth ^frloa (rand) 10.32
Swltzerland (fr) 1.48
US (5) 1.51
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Base Rate at 09/09/2010 0.50º
Fln Hcuse Rate (Sep) 1.00º
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Business &Finance
O THE owner of Imper|a| Leather and Carex
bought tann|ng |ot|on company St Tropez
yesterday for £62.5m||||on. Manchester-based
PZ Cussons hopes to use St Tropez's
d|str|but|on network to grow |ts spa brand, The
Sanctuary, before mak|ng a push overseas.
St Tropez posted pre-tax proñts of £7.4m||||on
|n the year end|ng Ju|y. It was an 'exce||ent
acqu|s|t|on done at an attract|ve pr|ce', sa|d
Panmure Gordon ana|yst Graham Jones.
Lucky: Th|s pure go|d rabb|t statue |s worth a good b|t more than a
coup|e of days ago after go|d reached a new h|gh of $1,300 (£820|
an ounce. The statue, on d|sp|ay at Tanaka K|k|nzoku Jewe||ery |n
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wary bosses 'too
scared' to borrow
NEARLY two-thirds of companies
are so uneasy about the economic
climate that they have put off all bor-
rowing, new fgures show.
And one in ten companies has
postponed or cancelled development
plans - such as buying out other com-
panies, expanding ranges or opening
new shops - collectively saving
£600million.
Amid widespread fears banks are
reluctant to lend, the new research
suggests the opposite could be true.
Just ten per cent of businesses with
an annual turnover of £1million or
more said they planned to borrow
from banks, asking for an average
of £98,560, while 63 per cent do not
want to borrow at all.
The fndings, published by banking
group Investec, also show no increase
in borrowing demand on the previous
three months.
However, with low savings rates
and high infation, businesses which
keep their cash in the bank could be
making signifcant losses.
'People seem terrifed to spend at the
moment but if almost ten per cent of
businesses are postponing investment,
that`s just cash sat in the bank making
derisory returns,` said Jack Jones of
Investec. 'Some of these business ac-
counts only pay out 0.1 per cent inter-
est, so in real terms after infation that
is a loss of around three per cent.
'People shop around for raw materi-
als to try and get the best price but
often the money that`s sat in the bank
gets forgotten about,` he said.
About 13 per cent of business
savings accounts are paying out less
than 0.1 per cent on balances of
£50,000, while 32 per cent are paying
0.1 per cent or less.
'People have got to start shopping
around with their accounts to get the
best possible return on their money,`
added Mr Jones.
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base
BUILDING and heating
supplies frm Wolseley
said yesterday it planned to
move its tax base from
Britain to Switzerland in a
bid to avoid taxes. The
FTSE 100 Index-listed
company, which trades as
Build Center and Plumb
Center, will make the
move due to 'unhelpful`
legislation which forces
the company to pay tax on
its overseas earnings.
Wolseley, which generates
81 per cent of its business
abroad, said it will open a
separate holding company
called NewWolseley by
late November, to avoid
paying 'tax twice` under
Controlled Foreign
Companies rules. The
announcement came as
Wolseley reported a nine
per cent rise in revenues to
£13.2billion and trading
profts of £450million in
the year to July 31, up one
per cent on a year earlier.
Wolseley chief fnancial
offcer John Martin said the
change would save about
£23million a year. He
added the move would not
affect tax paid on the British
business, which employs
nearly 10,000 people.
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
O I was sorry to read Chris Moyles
hasn`t been paid for two months
(Metro, Thu). I do sympathise with
public sector workers in this
predicament. I`m a GP and I`d
venture to suggest we docs are very
nearly as valuable to society as
Radio 1 DJs. Due to the quirkiness
of the NHS, I haven`t been paid for
far longer than this - indeed last
month I had to pay £2,500 into my
practice`s bank account from my
own pocket so the staff would be
paid and the patients treated. It`s
a massive balls-up - if the same
thing happened to DJs, we`d never
hear the end of it.
Dr John Cormack, Essex
O T Turbutt, to say your son '
to pay £12 a month` from his
unemployment beneht for a TV
licence is ridiculous (Metro, Thu).
As he doesn`t have a job he should
save those £12 for essentials, such
as food. TV and radio are a luxury,
not a necessity. Also, calling free
money a 'pittance` is ungrateful;
as a higher-rate tax payer, Mr
Moyles will have given far more
than £12 a month to the over-
inßated welfare system of which
your son is a benehciary. If your
son doesn`t think it is enough, he
should get a job and pay some tax
himself, thereby making more
money available for a potential
increase in unemployment beneht.
T Rossiter, London SW1
O Just because Chris Moyles is an
oaf does not justify attacks on the
BBC in general. It provides a great
public service for less than £3 a
week. I`m not a Radio 1 fan but if
we lost the Beeb, with its wide
variety of programmes, we would
soon realise what we were missing.
Steve Lustig, London NW2
Leave it to us, omcer
On patro|: Po||ce have adm|tted yobs are tak|ng over the streets
O So the police have had to admit
they`ve left our streets free for yobs to
roam (Metro, Thu)? If they don`t have
the resources to tackle this vastly
increasing problem, I would like
to suggest we, the public, be allowed a
somewhat freer hand to tackle yobbish,
loutish and antisocial behaviour
ourselves, within reason, without the
fear of being prosecuted, as has often
been the case.
I`m not advocating vigilante law,
merely suggesting we are permitted to
take reasonable measures to protect
ourselves, our families, our property
and our neighbourhoods. Even if we
are fortunate enough to have police
attending an incident within a
reasonable time and the offenders are
apprehended, it is so often the case
they are too young to be dealt with as
criminals. Even when they are older
they are given derisory sentences.
In view of the police being unable
to get to grips with this problem,
what is the alternative? To surrender
our streets and neighbourhoods
to anarchy?
Jan Bednarczyk, London NW9
O Thousands of people in Britain
have been driven to near desperation
by antisocial behaviour, so to read
the police admit they have lost the
streets does little to console them or
compensate for the misery these
people have had to endure.
Of course it hasn`t been helped by
council jobsworths failing to deal
effectively with complaints. So, now
the police have admitted they`ve let
us down, are they going to put it
right? What do you think?
ST Vaughan, Birmingham
O On the front page (Metro, Fri) we
read about an honoured soldier who
had to dodge bullets while defusing
139 improvised explosive devices
(IEDs) in Afghanistan, no doubt
saving countless lives, but refuses to
be labelled 'brave`.
Then further on we have a story about
nine police offcers pouncing on parents
for parking illegally while picking up
their disabled children from school.
Kind of puts into perspective who the
real heroes are, doesn`t it?
James, London SW15
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Nothing to do with race
Forget 03s,
what about
unpaid uÞs7
O In response to schools using
GPS for admissions being labelled
'crazy` (Metro, Mon) ~ what
would campaigner Nick Seaton
have committees do when there is
one place left and two applicants
in the same tower block? Why is
it 'crazy` to have a clear rule in
place? Rather than whingeing
about GPS, Mr Seaton would do
better to explain what he would do
if he was on the admissions panel
at an oversubscribed school.
Andy Dawson, school governor
O Regarding the six Gateshead
men held for setting hre to the
Koran (Metro, Fri) ~ I do not
agree with what they have
allegedly done but I also don`t
agree with the reason for their
arrest. I don`t see how an attack
on a religion can be considered as
stirring racial hatred. If it was a
Bible being burnt, would that also
be seen as stirring racial hatred?
Yet again our justice system
seems incapable of properly
distinguishing between what
dehnes race and simply
exchanges these terms without
giving any thought to what they
actually mean.
Liam Whales, Sheffeld
O The police seem to be rather
confused about what a race-hate
crime consists of. While Abu Hamza
was suggesting killing white people,
the six men were allegedly burning a
book which represented a faith.
While many of the Islam faith may
not be white, some of them are, so
burning the Koran cannot be a race-
hate crime, although I do agree it
could stir up hatred.
DL Borrel, Lancashire
Thank you, Metro, for
keeping me sane on the
train to Manchester after
I forgot to bring a book.
Charlotte, West Midlands
A big thanks to the
ticket lady on the 7pm
train to Ayr on Sep 11 for
posting my son`s phone to
Ireland. She wouldn`t
accept any money and took
the time to post it.
Mrs Hasson, Co Antrim
Thank you to my lovely
ear, nose and throat
surgeon, Alexandros, for
the nice smells I`m having.
I`d bake you a pie any day.
Deborah, Newcastle
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in the Ikea car park. Knew
we`d forgotten something!
Katie, Liverpool
Thanks to the little girl
who made me chuckle
today on the 120 bus when
she said she could take her
guinea pig to the cemetery
on her scooter.
Lynn, Sheffeld
Thank you to those who
helped me when I fainted
at the station. Especially
the lady who gave me her
water ~ I`d just landed
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No, really, who is he?
Dee, Nottingham
I think the text views
are really funny. Why not
make a book of some of
them and publish it?
John, Shropshire
If I want to travel around
the world, do I ask for a
single from Edinburgh to
Edinburgh?
Wanderer, Edinburgh
I`m just back after a
week in Spain to a cold
and damp Monday. Gosh
I feel miserable. I really
need cheering up.
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Janet in Epping Tube
car park ~ Reading is £19
a day, lucky you!
Anon, via text
Six hllings, a couple of
crowns and what looked
like toast ~ the delightful
sight I was met with this
morning because someone
didn`t cover their mouth
when yawning.
Mimi, London
Does my iPod weigh
more as I add tunes? Or
does it only get heavier
when I download Black
Sabbath? Phil, Essex
I, too, think of Care Bears
whenever I see a rainbow.
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I see clouds and imagine
them driving round in their
cloud cars. Kat, Essex
When I see a rainbow, I
think of Arthur Kirkland.
Holly, Bolton
Stuart, I don`t think you
and Paul with the decent
body are meant to be. Now
if you`re interested in a
-decent body, I`m your
man. Scotty, West Sussex
Just got back from
Miami where I found a
copy of Metro left by the
pool! Anyone else found a
copy in a far-ßung place?
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you`re not the only one who
reads top tips from Viz.
Batesy, London SE8
I didn`t have to wade
through pages of football
this morning to hnd the
cricket and motor racing.
Thanks, Metro. John, Surrey
A waxwork that actually
looks like its subject?
Congrats, Gwen Stefani,
that`s a hrst.
Paula, Southampton
Why oh why didn`t I say
hello to the gorgeous girl
who smiled at me all the
way home on the Central
line? Gutted. Rich, London
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tourists being hned for feeding
elephants in Bangkok (Metro, Fri)
~ how can anyone think bringing
these amazing creatures into a
noisy city is something to be
encouraged? The Asian elephant is
endangered and many people in
Thailand are working tirelessly to
protect them. The reason tourists
as targeted is because it is the most
effective way of discouraging
mahouts from bringing elephants
into the city. Lucie Ellis, via email
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A
NDY TURNER expects to
win a medal at the
Commonwealth Games
despite facing a battle to return to
race sharpness in time for Delhi.
The 29-year-old, who was superb
in winning European 110metre
hurdles gold in July, is now one of
England`s biggest names competing
on the track in India after a clutch of
high-profle withdrawals.
Turner, who begins his campaign
on October 6, has travelled with the
team to a holding camp in Doha,
despite increased security concerns
and worries over the state of the
athletes` village in the Indian capital.
He says he is going to the Games to
cap 'the best season` of his life with
a second major title but admits it has
been diffcult to stay sharp since his
European triumph.
'It`s not just the physical side; in
my two races after Barcelona I was
going purely on adrenaline,` he said.
'The Commonwealths are a major
championships and I`m sure I`ll
sharpen up and get that big-
competition feeling back.
'My target was always Barcelona
but I felt I could do the Games as
well. I go there feeling I have a
chance of winning gold.`
Turner believes success in Delhi
will set him up nicely for the world
championships next year and the
London Olympics in 2012.
He considered quitting the sport
after a poor showing at the Beijing
Olympics in 2008 resulted in his
Lottery funding being cut and then
watched fellow Brit William
Sharman fnish fourth in last year`s
world fnal in Berlin.
Turner added: 'I`d got over the
funding issue pretty quickly but the
hardest thing was watching Will get
fourth in Berlin and I wondered if
my time would ever come.
'It`s a wicked time for British
athletics right now. It`s certainly
revitalised interest in the sport in this
country and I felt every one of us
who went to Barcelona could have
come back with a medal.
'Barcelona made me think 'I can
do this now¨. I feel people are
changing their attitude towards me.
I`ve had the best season of my life.`
European 110m hurdIes king Andy Turner teIIs MATTHEW NA5H he
is ready to round oh a superb year with another goId medaI in lndia
Leaps and bounds: Turner has had a breakthrough season
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TWO years after Europe lost their
grip on the trophy to the USA,
Colin Montgomerie leads
Europe's charge for revenge on
home soil as the 38th Ryder Cup
gets under way at Celtic Manor.
All eyes will be on Tiger Woods
to see if the world No.1 can
recapture former glories during
his trip to Wales. However, our
brave Monty has already written
his losing captain's speech. Just
mind games or a terrible omen?
Ryder Cup, Fr/ Io Sun
befeat weu't
Ieave Meuty
sµeechIess
AFTER a|| the
prob|ems that
have beset the
De|h| Games, can
Ind|a get |tse|f
together and put
on a decent
show? Sunday's
open|ng ceremony shou|d be a
good |nd|cator before Mark
Lew|s-Franc|s (p|ctured| |eads
Eng|and's meda| charge |n the
100metres.
Commonwea|t| Games, f|om S0n
6ames fer a
Iau¿h threateu
ludiau summer
WlN or lose at Old Trafford this
weekend, the overriding feeling
among Wigan fans, players and
offcials will be one of sadness.
The news their former Great
Britain hooker Terry Newton hung
himself at home on Sunday will
overshadow the Super League
Grand Final - coming just days
after the Warriors made the
Wembley showpiece by sending
Leeds, champions the last three
years, surprisingly crashing out.
SI He/ens v W/gan, SaIurday
1ra¿edy shreuds
the 6raud ñuaIe
India's problems taking the hiss
DELHl'S latest battle to get the
Commonwealth Games up and
running is against snakes. Harris
Mbulelo, South Africa's High
Commissioner to lndia, said
yesterday a large snake had been
found in a bedroom for one of his
athletes in the village. And there
were also reports last night a
deadly cobra had been discovered
in the tennis centre. Mbulelo
added: 'We have very grave
concerns. lf snakes are found, we
can't ask our teams to stay there.'
Team lndia have not escaped
embarrasment themselves,
however. Boxer Akhil Kumar
revealed how he narrowly escaped
injury when his bed in the athletes'
village collapsed as he sat on it. lt
has also been reported English
athletes have been told not to wear
team kit while out in public due to
security concerns.
Populatioh explosioh is latest row
ENGLISH athletes continued to
arrive in Delhi last night as a
row erupted between the
Commonwealth Games
Federation and the Indian
government.
Federation president Mike
Fennell insists his organisation
never blamed the government
for the slow construction and
missed deadlines which have
plagued the build-up to the
event which starts on Sunday.
And Games chief executive
ofhcer Mike Hooper has been
forced to deny claims he called
the city`s 14 million inhabitants
a 'population hazard`. Delhi`s
chief minister Sheila Dikshit
said it was a 'very unkind and
undiplomatic remark` but
Fennell maintains Hooper has
his 'full support`.
He said: 'I spent
the entire
morning and
early afternoon
in meetings with
Mr Hooper,
during which
time he allegedly
made certain
comments, and I can personally
attest that at no time did he
make any reference at all to the
people of India, let alone
disparaging ones.` Twenty
members of Team England`s
support staff tested conditions
in the athletes` village on
Sunday to ensure they were
suitable for the 48 athletes to
move in. England chef de
mission Craig Hunter said: 'It`s
not perfect but the
accommodation is acceptable.
'The village had the potential to
be hve-star. We`re at about
three-star.` Tennis player
Richard Bloomheld (pictured) is
the latest England star to
withdraw. He has failed to shake
off a back injury. British No.6
Josh Goodall takes his place.
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OR seven winless years it looked like Mark
Webber was born unlucky, but fortunes have
certainly turned around for the Australian this
year. Not only did his strategy gamble pay off in
Singapore to hand him third place - the best he could
have hoped for - but Bridgestone`s engineers were
stunned he managed to make it to the end of the race
at all.
Webber`s contact with Lewis Hamilton on lap 36
pitched the McLaren into retirement but it also
forced Webber`s front-right tyre wall inwards. A
further 5mm and it would have defated immediately.
'I have seen that happen a few times for a few laps,
but for more than 25 laps is incredible,` said
Bridgestone director Hirohide Hamashima.
With temperatures of 30 degrees centigrade, 23
corners per lap, narrow concrete walls which leave
no margin for error, and a running time of two hours,
winner Fernando Alonso described the Marina Bay
race as 'probably the toughest of the year`.
But it was well worth it for the Spaniard, whose
meteoric rise up the leaderboard due to two
successive victories puts him just 11 points behind
Webber. After his DNF, Hamilton declared his
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Lucky
webber
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nervous
run-in
9akon caught out by the 9ingapore sling
THERE were strange goings
on in Singapore, and not just
because we were getting up at
lunchtime. Sakon Yamamoto
was suffering from food
poisoning, we were told by
Hispania, and Christian Klien
hlled in for the Japanese
driver. 'Should I be concerned
about your health old chum,` I
asked him. Sakon howled with
laughter: 'Good one!`
Was Sakon really that ill or
was it, as Diddy once wisely
said, all about the Benjamins,
baby? Christian`s
performance was impressive
but there is speculation Klien`s
'one-off` appearance had
rather more to do with the fact
the team could rely on him
bringing in some much-needed
funds, something that was not
so certain in the case of Sakon.
Karun Chandhok, who also
has his issues with Hispania, is
hustling for a new berth next
year and if I were a betting
man I`d say it will be with
Team Lotus ~ or whatever it`s
called as there is an almighty
row going on between team
boss Tony Fernandes and
Group Lotus, who
manufacture the road cars,
over the rights to the name.
Chandhok is most dehnitely on
the team`s shopping list. I have
been reliably informed Jarno
Trulli will not be retained next
year, and alongside Heikki
Kovalainen, looking down the
list of contenders, there are
three possibilities: Chandhok ~
if he brings money; Vitaly
Petrov ~ if he brings money or
Timo Glock ~ if the team
wants the fastest driver
available more than money. If
Timo leaves Virgin, that would
be a blow for them.
championship chances all but over. But steady on old
chap because you`re only 20 points behind. If
Hamilton can get a couple more wins, and Alonso
and Webber drop one, the Briton will be back on top
of the standings. This title is still wide open.
Eye on the
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end of the 2006 F1 season
JENSON BUTTON believes
McLaren team-mate Lewis
Hamilton`s desire to regain
the Formula One world title
will ensure he bounces back
in the wake of his recent
double disaster.
It was a despondent Hamilton
who departed Singapore on
Sunday following a second
successive accident. After
running into Felipe Massa`s
Ferrari in Italy a fortnight
ago, this time Hamilton came
off worse in a collision with
Mark Webber. 'You have to
feel for him because that was
a tough way to end a grand
prix,` said Button, who is also
in title contention. 'But he`s a
pretty determined guy, a
former world champion who
is determined to win back the
world championship. But
when the championship is so
tense and there are fve
fghting for it, then this sort of
thing is going to happen, and
it will not be the last time it`s
going to happen either.`
McLaren team principal
Martin Whitmarsh added:
'Lewis was disappointed
because he is a passionate
individual. I told him people
will take cheap shots, but that
he had to look at the facts - he
didn`t make a risky overtaking
move, he didn`t make a
mistake, he was unlucky and
that he now has to focus on
the races ahead. After two
races like he`s had, it is a bit
bruising, but he is a tough
competitor who will bounce
back and be strong at Suzuka.`
Button: Lewis won't
give up title dream
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sees Amer|ca defend the Ryder Cup w|th four of the
wor|d's top ñve p|ayers. Furyk, p|ctured |n At|anta, |eft,
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Olazabal: Molihari brothers
will thrive uhder pressure
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A
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greatest-ever
partnership to play in
the Ryder Cup, Jose Maria
Olazabal knows a thing or
two about what makes a
good pairing. His partnership
with fellow Spaniard Seve
Ballesteros yielded an
amazing 12 points from 15
matches and he believes
Italian duo Francesco and
Edoardo Molinari can be
Europe`s inspiration at Celtic
Manor this week.
'It`s diffcult to pick
pairings just now, it depends
on the practice days, playing
a couple of rounds and
seeing who is comfortable
with who. But the obvious
pairing is the Molinari
brothers,` said the two-time
Masters champion.
'Edoardo in particular, it
was astonishing. He had
something like eight months
to qualify. Okay, he missed
out and needed a wild card
but the way he delivered in
Gleneagles, knowing he had
to do something really
special, fnishing birdie,
birdie, birdie to win the
tournament, that was quite
an accomplishment.`
And it is that ability to
thrive under pressure which
Olazabal believes can deliver
the Ryder Cup back to
European hands.
'I don`t know if it`s the
strongest European team
ever. At one point we had the
top players in the world in
the team with me, Bernhard
[Langer], Sandy [Lyle], Seve
and Woosie [Ian Woosnam]
but it is true there is more
depth to the team. Even
though we have six rookies
in the team, they have proven
how good they are,
especially this year, under
pressure, and that is a good
sign for Europe.`
However, he expects a
strong challenge from
America, even though top
stars like Tiger Woods and
Phil Mickelson are
struggling to fnd their best
form of late.
'Look at the weekend -
Jim Furyk won the Tour
Championship, played
extremely well, solid, and
played well all year long. He
is the kind of player that
represents the US team.
Solid, steady, with a good
short game. But Tiger and
Phil are not playing at their
best and that is going to be a
question mark.`
With seven caps to his
name and having been vice
captain two years ago,
Olazabal admits it will be a
'little strange` not being
offcially involved this week,
despite being constantly
linked with a role in captain
Colin Montgomerie`s
backroom staff.
However, the 44-year-old
admits the 2012 captaincy
remains his big goal - if he
can recover from his
persistent problems with
rheumatism and tendinitis
and get back on tour.
Jose Ma||a O|azaoa| w||| act as
go|f amoassado| fo| Neso|esso,
t|e o|efe||ed s0oo||e| to t|e 2010
Ryde| C0o
31
Ryder Cup games
O|azaba| p|ayed
in during seven
appearances
between 1987
and 2006,
winning 18, |osing
eight and ha|ving
ñve, c|aiming a
tota| of 20.5
points

SEVE BALLESTEROS has been
named the most popu|ar Ryder
Cup go|fer |n the tournament's
h|story by go|f fans |n the Un|ted
K|ngdom. N|ne t|mes a p|ayer
and once a v|ctor|ous capta|n on
Span|sh so||, Ba||esteros earned
32 per cent of the votes ahead
of S|r N|ck Fa|do (25| and th|s
week's capta|n Co||n
Montgomer|e (14|. Ba||esteros
was a|so deemed the best
European Ryder Cup capta|n |n
the event's h|story. The 53-year-
o|d, who |s st||| recover|ng from
the bra|n operat|ons he had after
the d|scovery of a tumour |n
2008, sa|d: 'The Ryder Cup |s
one of the greatest sport|ng
events and w||| a|ways ho|d a
spec|a| p|ace |n my heart.'
Seve the ¿reatest
Ed/Ied by. Marc Dodd
'S|tt|ng on the curb
outs|de the hote| at
1am w|th everyone fu||
ñre a|arm |n the hote|.
What a shocker.'
Tw|tter-happy Ian Pou|ter |s not
gett|ng h|s Monty memos after
post|ng news of a d|sturbed
n|ght's s|eep - caused by a
fau|ty smoke a|arm - for
European p|ayers at Ce|t|c
Manor. Graeme McDowe|| may
need a rem|nder too after he
tweeted yesterday: 'We have a
team meet|ng at 6, so w||| keep
you posted on the tweet|ng
ban...|et's hope notIIII'
lAN POULTER'S million followers
will have to do without his updates
from Celtic Manor after all 24
players were asked to refrain from
Twittering during the Ryder Cup.
European team captain Colin
Montgomerie cited the recent
controversy involving England
cricketer Kevin Pietersen, who
reacted angrily to being left out of
the one-day and Twenty20 squads
via the popular social networking
tool. Monty said: 'l've just asked
my team not to. Kevin Pietersen's
error changed my view. l don't
know who Tweets or who doesn't
on our team. The captain doesn't
but whoever does has been asked
not to, although it's not a ban.'
Skipper has ne
time fer 1wits
But can semeene
teII ÞeuIts...
Furyk's high ñve gives
Americans a timely ñllip
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Shake-up:
Montgomer|e,
|eft, and Pav|n
COLIN MONTGOMERIE last
night claimed he had 'not played
around` with the Celtic Manor
course to give his European team
an advantage in the Ryder Cup this
weekend.
As home captain, Montgomerie
was entitled to set up the course
however he saw ft to suit his play-
ers` strengths or negate those of
their American opponents.
It has been reported the fairways
have been narrowed and rough
grown long to counter the power of
the long hitters on Corey Pavin`s
team, as well as having the greens
run slower than on the PGA Tour.
But, speaking after the arrival of
the Americans in Wales yesterday,
the 47-year-old Scot instead was
adamant he had set the course up to
allow the best team to win, as Eu-
rope attempt to regain the trophy
lost two years ago at Valhalla.
'On this occasion, I haven`t
played around with the golf course
at all,` Montgomerie said. 'This
golf course is set up in a fair man-
ner to allow the best team to win.
'I don`t think it was right to set
the course up in any other way than
to what it`s been designed for. It`s a
great, great golf course and it`s in
super condition.`
Asked if the course was set up as
for a standard European Tour event,
Montgomerie added: 'Hence to our
advantage, if it is a European Tour
set-up. I was hardly going to set up
to a US tour set-up.
'It is a very fair test of golf and
something that our European Tour
players will be used to in the pace
of greens.
'The rough is graded very fairly.
Agood shot will be rewarded and a
bad shot will be penalised and that,
I think, is the game of golf and that
is what it should be. I feel the
course is very fair.` Asked if he was
surprised by Montgomerie`s deci-
sion, US captain Corey Pavin said:
'What he was saying is you set it
up to European Tour standards, and
that`s the advantage that he`s de-
scribing. Colin needs to do what he
thinks is best for the European
team to have the best chance to
win. That`s his job as captain.
'I`mglad it`s set up fairly because
I think that`s the way the matches
are meant to be played, in fairness
and in great sportsmanship.`
'The course |s set as
a very fa|r test of go|f'
colin hails 'best-ever' Woods g
TIGER WOODS was hailed as the
best golfer of all time by European
captain Colin Montgomerie yesterday
after touching down in Wales with his
United States team-mates. And Monty
fears the world No.1, who has
endured a troubled personal life and
poor form this year, could still play a
decisive role in preventing his team
from reclaiming the Ryder Cup. 'I`ve
always said Tiger is the best player in
the world and the best, in my opinion,
that has ever played the game,`
Montgomerie said. 'I am delighted to
see Tiger here. A lot has been written
about Tiger`s performances in the
Ryder Cup, it`s just that it is poorer
than his individual record, which is
extreme.` Montgomerie revealed last
week his team already knows his
plans for Friday`s opening fourballs ~
and the four left out of that session
will play in the afternoon foursomes.
But US captain Corey Pavin was less
forthcoming, saying: 'I have a good
idea of what we`re going to do. The
players have an idea of the direction
I`m going to go, but there`s no reason
for me to discuss it until I write the
pairings down and turn them in.`
In the shades: T|ger Woods arr|ves at Card|ff A|rport P|oture: AFP
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RUGBY LEAGUE: Players from
Super League Grand Finalists
Wigan and St Helens have joined
forces to pay tribute to former
Great Britain hooker Terry Newton,
who was found hanged at this
home on Sunday afternoon. Fans
attending Saturday's fnal at Old
Trafford will observe a minute's
silence in memory of the former
Leeds, Wigan, Bradford and
Wakefeld star, who was serving a
two-year doping ban. Wigan
captain Sean O'Loughlin said:
'Terry was a fantastic bloke. He
was a great player but an even
better bloke and it's a sad time for
everyone who knew him.' Saints
vice-captain Paul Wellens, a former
Great Britain team-mate, said: 'To
play against Terry was not only a
real challenge, he was the ultimate
competitor. Everything he did was
100 per cent.'
Butt set te ñy in
fer Ie¿aI summit
CRICKET: Pak|stan Cr|cket
Board (PCB| cha|rman Ijaz Butt
w||| arr|ve |n London today to
consu|t h|s |ega| adv|sers about
respond|ng to Eng||sh demands
he apo|og|se over a||egat|ons
about match-ñx|ng, accord|ng to
reports. Eng|and's p|ayers,
through the ECB, have
demanded an apo|ogy from Butt
after he repeated|y c|a|med he
had heard from bookmakers
Eng||sh p|ayers were |nvo|ved |n
ñx|ng a match. The ECB
threatened |ega| act|on un|ess
Butt apo|og|sed. Meanwh||e,
Yawar Saeed yesterday res|gned
as manager of the Pak|stan
cr|cket team.
Bensen hepes te
pIay fer Baa-Baas
RUGBY UNlON: Wales centre
Gavin Henson is set to return to
rugby - if he makes an early exit
from the BBC's Strictly Come
Dancing show. Henson, 28,
accepted an invitation to play for
the Barbarians against South Africa
at Twickenham on December 4.
The controversial Ospreys back
has not played since March 2009
but will only be able to turn out for
the Baa-Baas if he is not still
involved in the show, which
fnishes just before Christmas.
di¿est
Trophy boys: Sean O'Lough||n,
|eft, and Pau| We||ens
F00TBALL ÞREMIER LEAuuE
CHELSEA and Arsena| both
seek to put domest|c woes
beh|nd them ton|ght when
they focus on the Champ|ons
League. The B|ues, 1-0 |osers
at Manchester C|ty, are
w|thout suspended D|d|er
Drogba and |njured Frank
Lampard. They are too sk|nny
to back outr|ght at 1/3 aga|nst
Marse|||e but a draw at ha|f-
t|me and a home w|n at the
ñna| wh|st|e appea|s at 9/2
w|th Ladbrokes, Cora| and
Betfred. Arsena| were
shock|ng |n the|r 3-2 |oss at
home to West Brom but boss
Arsene Wenger |s a master at
ra||y|ng h|s troops after a
shock defeat. The Gunners
are 8/11 w|th Stan James to
w|n at Part|zan Be|grade.

Wolves blow as Cuedioura faces six
mohths out after breakihg his leg
Bad break:
Gued|oura
It is time to
give Heskey
some credit,
says collins
On the r|se: Heskey heads V|||a's w|nner aga|nst Wo|ves P|oture: Getty
JAMES COLLINS has hailed Aston
Villa team-mate Emile Heskey as 'a
players` player` who has not received
the credit he deserves during his
career.
Striker Heskey has often been ma-
ligned by supporters at international
and club level and has taken time to
win over the Villa fans.
But Collins insists his contribution
is always recognised by his team-
mates after making a fying start to
Gerard Houllier`s term as Villa
manager.
Heskey scored once and set up two
goals in the Carling Cup win over
Blackburn and headed a superb
winner in Sunday`s Premier League
triumph over Wolves at Molineux.
'Emile was brilliant at Wolves.
Whenever he`s been called upon to
play, he has always made an impact.
'I thought he was superb and that
goal capped a frst class performance,`
said Collins.
'He gets a lot of stick off fans but
you ask any player who has played
with him what they think.
'They have got nothing but good
things to say about him. Emile is a
players` player. I wouldn`t fancy
playing against him week in, week
out. He`s a real team player, puts his
body on the line for the team. It is
good to see him getting his rewards.`
Collins believes Heskey is beneft-
ing from the deployment of winger
Ashley Young in a more central role.
He added: 'All centre-forwards want
to be scoring goals andAshley playing
in the hole behind Emile is giving
him chances.
'Every time you get the ball to
Ashley, he is making things happen.`
And the Villa defender revealed the
players have quickly adapted to the
ideas brought in by Houllier.
He said: 'It has been good. He has
come in and put his ideas across and
the boys have taken them on board.
'I think the club will settle down.
The new manager has come in and
settled things down straight away.
'Two good results always makes
everyone feel better.`
õ Þaul Murphy
Adapt|ng:
Co|||ns
WOLVES midhelder
Adlene Guedioura could
be out until March after
fracturing his tibia in
Sunday`s Premier League
defeat to Aston Villa.
The Algerian sustained
the injury in the closing
stages of the 2-1 loss
following a challenge from
Villa midhelder Steve
Sidwell.
'It`s desperately
disappointing news both
for Adlene and the club,`
said Wolves boss Mick
McCarthy. Guedioura
was stretchered off and
further tests yesterday
revealed the severity of
the break. Wolves expect
him to be out for a
minimum of four months
and a maximum of six.
'It is going to be a lengthy
absence but on the plus
side the consultant has
told us it`s an
uncomplicated fracture,`
Steve Kemp, head of
Wolves` medical
department, added.
'In these situations that`s
as good as it gets. Adlene
will be in a full leg non
weight-bearing cast for
four weeks before
progressing to a partial
weight-bearing cast after
that.`
Guedioura joined Wolves
on a permanent basis in
the summer following a
successful spell on loan
from Charleroi.
This season he started the
Carling Cup victories
against Southend and
Notts County while
coming off the bench in
four of the six Premier
League hxtures.
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M
ANCHESTER City can`t
win the Premier League
league, can they?
They currently sit in fourth place
having beaten Chelsea on Saturday.
City tumbled out of the Carling Cup
last week at West Brom and I felt
that was in keeping with their start to
the season - patchy at best.
Despite their 3-0 win against an
out-of-sorts Liverpool, losing at
Sunderland and drawing at home to
Blackburn convinced me this season
Roberto Mancini`s men would settle
for a top-four fnish.
But after the weekend`s results,
they may set their sights higher.
It`s been a bizarre start to the
season. Chelsea are three points clear
at the top of the league but they also
tumbled out of the Carling Cup to
Newcastle, losing 4-3 at Stamford
Bridge.
Chelsea`s soft start in terms of
fxtures was the computer`s fault, not
theirs, but Manchester City
represented the frst stiff test in
defence of their Premier League
crown and it was City who delivered.
It appears Mancini`s work on the
training ground is paying off.
I have heard days off have been
cancelled and double sessions are
common as he seeks to fnd the
structure and fuency to get the best
out of his stars. He is highly rated
among his peers as a coach and will
not be underestimated by the likes of
Sir Alex Ferguson.
Talking of Ferguson, his Manches-
ter United side have yet to register an
away league win so far this season
and that should concern the manager,
as will their defensive frailties.
They have conceded seven goals in
their past three league games. If titles
are won from the back, United have
a lot of work to do.
For the last few seasons we have
seen Chelsea and United make it a
two-horse race for the crown. But
this season I`m now more hopeful of
a challenge from the blue half of
Manchester.
The romantic in me always says
Arsenal can do it. They have the
quality but you can forget them this
season. They just don`t have the steel
needed to grind results out when
things go against them.
Manchester City are the new
pretenders to the throne. They have
such a talented squad but they still
need time to gel and develop a style
of play which allows Mancini to
rotate his personnel with minimal
disruption.
This season may prove too soon for
City in terms of the title but I expect
them to challenge and serve notice of
their intent to shake up the Premier
League`s established order.
city bankers
can become
genuine title
challengers
'I hear days off at C|ty have been cance||ed
and doub|e tra|n|ng sess|ons are common'
P|oture: Aot|on lmages
Put your sh|rt on
us: Tevez ha||s
h|s w|nner
aga|nst Che|sea
Boatehg ih
cohtehtioh
for visit of
1uvehtus
ROBERTO MANCINI is debating
whether to hand Jerome Boateng
his hrst Manchester City start in
Thursday`s Europa League tie
with Juventus at Eastlands.
Boateng hnally made his debut as
a late substitute in Saturday`s win
over Chelsea after an injury-
plagued start to life at Eastlands.
The 22-year-old £10.4million
signing from Hamburg was due to
make a late return for pre-season
training after starring in
Germany`s run to the World Cup
semi-hnals, but he aggravated a
knee injury in a bizarre collision
with an in-ßight meals trolley last
month, condemning him to a
further period of rehabilitation.
But after his short weekend run-
out, Blues boss Mancini is
considering naming the versatile
defender in his XI for the visit of
the Turin giants.
'Maybe Boateng will get a start,`
said the Italian. 'He needs to take
things very softly because I don`t
think he is quite ready yet.`
Meanwhile, City youngster
Dedryck Boyata says he is
prepared to wait for his next
chance, despite his impressive
display on Saturday against the
league leaders. 'I am not in a
hurry,` said Belgian Boyata, 19.
'Around me there are a lot of
experienced players. I need to
recognise that... I am not even
thinking about the number of
appearances I will make.`
Back |n
the frame:
Boateng
spor|
QUlZ
1. In what year d|d Va|enc|a |ast
reach the ñna| of the
Champ|ons League?
2. Who was the Ryder Cup
capta|n when Amer|ca |ast won
|n Europe, back |n 1993?
3. Who |s the re|gn|ng
Commonwea|th Games
100metres men's champ|on?
Vidic warhs Uhited to cut out errors
NEMANJAVIDIC has
ordered his Manchester
United team-mates to
cut out the defensive
lapses that are blighting
their season.
Defeats for Chelsea and
Arsenal on Saturday
should have been the
start of a perfect
weekend for United, who
would have moved to
within a point of Carlo
Ancelotti`s men if they
had beaten Bolton at the
Reebok Stadium on
Sunday.
Instead, the defensive
blunders which are
proving so difhcult to
eradicate continued to
haunt Sir Alex Ferguson
and his men.
A combination of slack
marking by Jonny Evans
and Patrice Evra moving
away from the post he
was supposed to be
defending allowed Zat
Knight to put Bolton
ahead. Then, after Nani
had scored a brilliant
equaliser, the visitors
allowed Martin Petrov to
cut inside Park Ji-sung
to net a second goal.
Michael Owen equalised
to ensure United gained
a point but they have
still conceded nine goals
in hve Premier League
games.
'It is a big concern that
we are conceding so
many away goals,` Vidic
said. 'We have to stop
doing it. We cannot let it
happen again.`
And the United captain
added: 'Over the last
few years we haven`t
given that many goals
away or even allowed so
many chances.
'Before we have always
looked strong, so this is
not what we are used to.
'We have to play much
better in our away
games.` Back to bas|cs: Nemanja V|d|c
A n s w e r s : 1 . 2 0 0 1 , 2 . T o m W a t s o n ,
3 . A s a f a P o w e | | .
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ÞARTI2AN V AR5ENAL
LIee v kescieIuy
Brazilian Cleo scored in all six qualifying
ties to fre Partizan to the group stages
for the frst time since 2003. He caused
outrage when he moved from rivals Red
Star in 2009 but the fact he was able to
bridge that divide shows how good he
is. Laurent Koscielny's ability to keep
him quiet could prove crucial.
lIic v wiIshere
Sasa I||c runs the
m|dñe|d for Part|zan and
w||| hope to |nsp|re h|s
s|de to a much-needed
resu|t after the|r open|ng
defeat by Shakhtar
Donetsk. Jack W||shere
(p|ctured|, 14 years I||c's jun|or at 18,
w||| re||sh another European out|ng.
krstajic v Lhamakh
Partizan captain Mladen Krstajic is
vastly experienced but, at 36, faces a
tough night against Marouane Chamakh,
who will be hoping to add to the three
goals he has scored so far since his
summer move from Bordeaux.
F00TBALL cHAMÞI0N5 LEAuuE
Tak|ng the stra|n: Fab|ansk|,
enjoys a rest |n tra|n|ng
yesterday, |eft, wh||e Andrey
Arshav|n has a stretch, |nset
P|otures: Aot|on lmages/Getty
wenger has faith
in Fabianski to
handle pressure
Krsta|ic fearihg Arsehe's youhgsters
SKIPPER Mladen
Krstajic admits
Partizan Belgrade are
wary of Arsenal`s crop
of dangerous young
players ahead of
tonight`s Champions
League encounter.
'It is hard to say who
their most dangerous
player is,` he said.
'Arsene Wenger has a
number of good
players around 20
years of age. I don`t
know what line-up they
will put out, but all the
players will be tough
opponents. It is not
only the four or hve
players at the back
who have to defend ~
our whole team will
have to play as one.`
ARSENE WENGER has backed
reserve keeper Lukasz Fabianski
and the rest of his Arsenal side to
rise to the challenge when they
take on Partizan Belgrade in their
Champions League encounter in
Serbia tonight.
The Gunners were left shell-
shocked after their 3-2 home Pre-
mier League defeat to West Brom
on Saturday and now must look to
get their season back on track with
a positive result in one of the most
intimidating atmospheres in Euro-
pean football.
Partizan may have come through
three rounds of qualifying to reach
the group stages, but are in good
form, with fve wins from six to
top their domestic table.
The Gunners boss, though, main-
tains lessons have been learned
from what was an abject display
against the Baggies.
'The disappointment was very
deep, but we can learn from what
has happened to us,` said Wenger.
'We realise that we need to be fo-
cused in every single game, pro-
duce performances in every single
game and that is what I believe we
have learnt from Saturday.
'I believe in the intelligence of
my group of players and I have no
doubt in their talents.
'We will be highly motivated and
will try to redress what was not
right on Saturday.` Manuel Al-
munia - who made a number of
errors - picked up an elbow injury
in that game which opens the door
for Fabianski.
Wenger added: 'As a manager
you can give a chance to a player
who is good enough and I believe
in his [Fabianski] talent.
'He gets another opportunity to
show how good he is. I want him
to show how good he is.
'There is only one way to show
confdence in a player and that is
to put him on the pitch and give
him his chance.`
Although Partizan lost their frst
Group H fxture 1-0 at Shakhtar
Donetsk, Wenger maintains his
team will face a stern test of their
own European credentials tonight.
'I expect Partizan to play a highly
passionate game and to try to catch
us on the break,` he added.
'They have the traditional
strengths of Serbian teams - they
are intelligent, with a good tech-
nique and in the fnal third, if you
give them room, they are always
dangerous.`
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good a keeper he |s'
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Chelsea will hope their
captain, right, is fully
recovered from the
rib injury which has
troubled him in
recent weeks
because he is in for
a bruising night against
Gignac, main picture. Top
scorer in France last term at
Toulouse, Gignac has yet to
open his account since his
£15million move. His main
strength is his power and
Terry can expect a physical battle.
8i¿-match battIes: LheIsea v MarseiIIe
carlo: we have enough
in reserve for Euro test
CHELSEA manager Carlo Ancelotti is
confdent his depleted squad can bounce
back from their frst defeat of the season
with victory over Marseille in tonight`s
Champions League Group F clash at
Stamford Bridge.
A Carlos Tevez goal saw the champi-
ons lose 1-0 at Manchester City on
Saturday, but Arsenal`s shock 3-2 defeat
at home to West Brom, which Ancelotti
described as a 'strange result`, and
Manchester United`s 2-2 draw at Bolton,
meant Chelsea stayed three points ahead
in the Premier League.
And Ancelotti believes his side have
barely been knocked out of their stride.
'I said before Saturday that it would be
very diffcult to be unbeaten during the
season because it is very competitive,`
said the Italian. 'So, we are not so upset
to lose our unbeaten record, but we have
to look forward. It will not be the last
time we lose a game.`
French champions Marseille, though,
will also be buoyed by the absence of in-
jured trio Frank Lampard, Salomon Ka-
lou and Yossi Benayoun, as well as the
suspended Didier Drogba. But Ancelotti
thinks he has enough strength-in-depth
to see off Didier Deschamps` side.
'I think I have a lot of options,` Ance-
lotti added. 'We have to consider [striker]
Daniel Sturridge and [winger] Gael
Kakuta, it is normal to have two or three
injuries, this is not a problem. I don`t ask
my players for a reaction. We have to
play our football and pay attention.
'Marseille play attacking football and
they are quick. My players will know
everything about thembut the main thing
is our own game. If we play at our best,
we can win.`
PAUL GASCOlGNE has yet
to complete negotiations to
become manager at non-
league Garforth Town.
Reports claimed the former
England and Tottenham
midfelder had already been
confrmed as the boss of
the First Division North
League club but talks
remain ongoing with owner
Simon Clifford.
Current boss Steve Nichol,
who took over as Garforth
manager at the start of the
season after Clifford
stepped down to focus on
other aspects of his
business, said: 'l know
Simon wants to help Gazza,
to give him a fresh start.'
STOKE have rece|ved
encourag|ng news about
the ñtness of R|cardo
Fu||er, who d|s|ocated h|s
r|ght shou|der |n Sunday's
2-1 w|n at Newcast|e.
Manager Tony Pu||s has
revea|ed the Jama|ca
|nternat|ona| suffered no
fracture when he
susta|ned the |njury 14
m|nutes after com|ng on
for Sa||f D|ao. The str|ker
w||| now not face a |engthy
spe|| out. When Fu||er, 30,
d|s|ocated h|s |eft
shou|der at Sunder|and
two seasons ago he was
back w|th|n ten days and
m|ssed one Prem|er
League game.
ZAT KNlGHT believes it is
time the rest of the Premier
League praised Bolton for
their improved form under
Owen Coyle's leadership.
Manchester United twice
had to battle back from
being a goal down to
Wanderers in Sunday's 2-2
at the Reebok Stadium and
Knight said: 'l hope people
start to take Bolton
seriously. We are mixing our
game up quite well and
have managed to do it
against Arsenal, Aston villa
and United. We've proved
we can play football. Now
we must pick up points
against teams we feel are
going to be around us.'
WEST Ham goa|keeper
Robert Green has escaped
Footba|| Assoc|at|on
censure for h|s gesture at
the end of Saturday's 1-0
v|ctory over Tottenham.
Green, who rece|ved much
negat|ve press fo||ow|ng
h|s m|stake |n Eng|and's
Wor|d Cup opener aga|nst
the USA th|s summer,
made the deñant act|on
towards the press box
after an |mpress|ve d|sp|ay
for the strugg||ng
Hammers. The FA w|||
wr|te to the 30-year-o|d,
however, to rem|nd h|m of
h|s respons|b|||t|es but no
further act|on w||| be
taken.

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Champ|ons League Group F
Chelsea v Marseille ................................................
S|y Soo|ts 2
Sp Moscow v MSK Zilina ............................. (5.30pmj
Group H
Braga v Shakhtar Donetsk .........................................
Partizan Belgrade v Arsenal ...................................
S|y Soo|ts 4
npower Champ|onsh|p
Burnley v Hull .............................................................
Cardiff v Crystal Palace..............................................
Coventry v Doncaster.................................................
Derby v Middlesbrough..............................................
Leeds v Preston..........................................................
Norwich v Leicester....................................................
Nottm Forest v Sheff Utd ...........................................
Portsmouth v Bristol City ...........................................
QPR v Millwall ................................................... (8pmj
Reading v lpswich............................................. (8pmj
Scunthorpe v Barnsley...............................................
Watford v Swansea ....................................................
npower League 1
Bournemouth v Exeter................................................
Brighton v Brentford...................................................
Bristol Rovers v Tranmere ..........................................
Charlton v MK Dons ...................................................
Colchester v Dag & Red.............................................
Hartlepool v Carlisle ...................................................
Leyton Orient v Walsall...............................................
Peterborough v Notts County ....................................
Rochdale v Huddersfeld............................................
Sheff Wed v Oldham...................................................
Swindon v Plymouth...................................................
Yeovil v Southampton.................................................
npower League 2
Cheltenham v Oxford Utd...........................................
Crewe v Macclesfeld .................................................
Gillingham v Southend...............................................
Hereford v Stevenage.................................................
Lincoln City v Burton Albion.......................................
Morecambe v Bury.....................................................
Northampton v Chesterfeld.......................................
Port vale v Shrewsbury ..............................................
Rotherham v Bradford................................................
Stockport v Accrington Stanley..................................
Torquay v Aldershot....................................................
Wycombe v Barnet.....................................................
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Midfeld powerhouse Essien has been ft
and in fne form this season and has
scored three goals in his past four
games. Argentina playmaker Gonzalez
has been hugely infuential since his
£15m move from Porto in 2009, leading
Marseille to the French title in his frst
season. lf Essien can help nullify 29-year-
old schemer, Marseille's threat will be
minimal.
Diawara made a
return from injury in
Marseille's weekend
win against
Sochaux and the
centre-back will face
a tough night at the
hands of Anelka. The former
France striker will
relish the challenge
of leading the line
as Didier Drogba
sits out the last of
his two-game
suspension against
his former club.
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lllya Marchenko (Ukrj 6-3, 6-4, (6j Thiemo De
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Lampard
setback
for Blues
EUROPE captain
Colin Montgomerie,
left, believes this
week`s Ryder Cup is
so evenly matched it
will be decided by a
single putt during
the hnal day`s
singles ties.
'I think it will come
down to a Sunday
putt,` predicted
Montgomerie ahead
of Friday`s opening
fourballs at Celtic
Manor in Newport,
south Wales.
Montgomerie`s team
are bidding to win
back the trophy they
lost at Valhalla in
2008 while the
Americans,
skippered by Corey
Pavin, are aiming to
win their hrst Cup
on foreign soil since
their 1993 triumph
at The Belfry. 'It`s
going to come down
to who makes the
putts,` said Pavin
after the US team
landed in Cardiff.
0ne
putt to
win it,
claims
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FRANK LAMPARD will
miss Chelsea`s Champions
League clash with Mar-
seille tonight and Eng-
land`s next Euro 2012
qualifer as he is still to re-
cover from the groin oper-
ation he underwent at the
end of August.
Blues boss Carlo Ance-
lotti ruled Lampard out of
England`s game with Mon-
tenegro on October 12 af-
ter insisting the midfelder
needs more time to fully
regain his ftness.
The 32-year-old has been
absent for a month but An-
celotti maintained he
would not be in contention
for a return until after the
international break. 'Frank
cannot play,` said the
Chelsea boss.
'We need to have more
time than we expected for
his rest. He will be ready
for the next game after the
international break.`
Despite Saturday`s 1-0
Premier League defeat at
Manchester City, fellow
Blues midfelder John Obi
Mikel insists the club are
coping without the talis-
manic Lampard.
'Frank is an important
player for this team, we all
know that,` said Mikel.
'It is a massive loss for
the team but we are coping
well without him. We have
lost one game without him.
We have also scored a lot
of goals but we can`t wait
to have him back.`
Wayne Rooney, mean-
while, has been ruled out
of Manchester United`s
Champions League trip to
Valencia tomorrow.
The England striker, be-
set by media allegations
about his private life and
yet to score fromopen play
this season, is troubled by
an ankle injury, which
forced his early exit from
Sunday`s 2-2 league draw
at Bolton.
And Rooney won't
make Valencia trip
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A bit of flare
THE outfits were meant to evoke the look of university professors - but 1970s geography teachers might be nearer the mark. The US Ryder Cup team emerged from their plane at Cardiff airport yesterday to show off oversized, boxy blazers paired with bizarre, flared trousers, Five of them wearing shades on the overcast day did not add much to the 'cool' factor. Marty Hackel, a veteran US golf fashion writer, said: 'What's the disco deal with those flared botIt's very John Travolta. I don't think

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on the horrors the US golfers have worn before. Four years ago they flew to Dublin dressed in tweed jackets, trousers and Fair Isle tank tops in varying shades of brown. Celebrity stylist Ceril Campbell said the outfit looked like 'something that's been taken out of the attic, complete with mothballs' . In 1999, they sported shirts Tiger Woods later confessed to burning because they were 'so ugly'.
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he had auything to do with selecting the team's outfits but he could have worn them.' He was equally scathing of the navy blue blazer, tie and grey trousers European captain Colin Montgomerie wore to greet his US counterpart, Corey Pavin. 'He looked like he's selling Pavin insurance.' he said. The US outfit, created by Pavin's wife Lisa, was meant to have a 'retro-inspired, vintage look'. At least it is a marginal improvement

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THE creator of hit children's show In The ~. , , Night Garden . has called time on the surreal world of Igglepiggle, Upsy Daisy and Makka Pakka. Andrew Davenport (pictured) said there would not be a new series of the hit BBC show but Beeb bosses consoled fans by saying it was developing new shows involving the characters.

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breaslfeeding her child. Furious Aimee Edwards, 24, was with son George when she was told to cover up by a member of staff at the shop in Swansea. 'I thought she was joking at first as I have never had a problem in any other shop before,' said the mother of four, from Bridgend, south Wales. A spokesman for the discount clothing group was unavailable for commen!.

Baby Peter duo 'missed abuse'
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Mother 'twice tried to kill son'
A MOTH ER and her five-yearold son were saved after she jumped in front of a train, a court heard. They escaped injury at Watford Junction but 15 minutes later the 45-year-old crashed her car and her son broke both arms in the

Breastfeeding mother 'ejected'
A YOUNG mother claims she was forced to leave a Primark store for

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incidents in July last year. The mother, who faced two charges of attempted murder, suffered from paranoid psychosis, the Old Bailey heard. Judge Peter Rook placed her under a two-

claiming they were unfairly IF I sacked over the death of Baby P In 2007 missed signs of abuse, a tribunal heard yesterday. Maria Ward and Gillian Christou allegedly made 'serious errors of judgment' over Peter Connelly (pictured) while working for Haringey Council, north London. The hearing continues.

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an A grade at A-level, private headteachers fear. Students seeking the most competitive course places were most at risk, said Andrew Grant, of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference. 'It's been very hard on the high flyers who just undershot,' said Tim Hands, master of Magdalen College in Oxford. About 685,000 people applied to uni but only 474,746 got in.

and finally •••
A RARE lemur is on the run from a zoo - just like the animals in the animated film Madagascar. One-year-old Kirioka escaped from Drusillas Zoo Park in Alfriston, East Sussex, last Wednesday. His keepers believe the red-bellied lemur is sheltering in nearby abandoned birds' nests.

Top pupils could miss university
BRIGHT pupils could miss out on university places next year if they get anything less than

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Bank's call to raid savings is 'dangerous'
SAVERS were yesterday urged by the Bank of England to 'eat into' their nest eggs to aid the economic recovery - in a call labelled 'dangerous' by critics. Interest rates have been slashed to a historic low of 0.5 per cent to persuade people to spend, not save, said the Bank's deputy governor Charlie Bean. 'I think it needs to be said that savers shouldn't necessarily expect to be able to live just off their income in times when interest rates are low: he told Channel 4. 'It may make sense for them to eat into their capital a bit.' Savers, often elderly, had been hit by the economic crisis, said Mr Bean, who 'fully sympathised' but added: 'Very often, older households have actually benefited from the fact they've seen capital gains on their houses.' Brian Johnson, of chartered accountant HW Fisher & Company, said the public would be baffled by such 'mixed mesBy

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sages' from authorities, adding: 'On the one hand, we have the government saying our country needs to massively cut its debt - and as soon as possible. On the other, we have the Bank of England telling us to spend, spend, spend.' Mr Johnson said 'openly encouraging the public to spend in such an uncertain climate' was a 'dangerous strategy that may well backfire'. The Save Our Savers pressure group says 22million savers are losing about £30billion in interest each year compared with before the crisis. Meanwhile, an International Monetary Fund report yesterday said Britain's economic recovery was 'under way' . It backed the government's austerity measures, calling chancellor George Osborne's plans 'credible'. The report predicted economic growth of two per cent next year.

Rio warns against police budget cuts
FOOTBALLER Rio Ferdinand claims spending cuts to police forces could make children and adults scared to walk the streets. The Manchester United and England defender, whose friend's 18-year-old brother Rio McFarlane was shot dead in London earlier this month, warned cuts could have a 'massive impact' in places like Peckham, south-east London, and Moss Side, Manchester. 'If kids don't see policemen, or if adults Scared: don't see policemen, they don't feel safe,' he told ITVl's London Tonight. 'If they're going to start taking these things away, making cuts on these things one by one, we could turn into countries we've looked at in the past and looked down our noses at. Hopefully it's not going to be a downward spiral.' Ferdinand had played football for West Ham's youth team with Mr McFarlane's brother Anthony. Ferdinand

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Smokers told to clock out when they light up
A GROWING number of Town Hall smokers are being forced to clock in and out for cigarette breaks. It was revealed yesterday that a Norfolk council hopes to follow in the footsteps of Gateshead and North Devon in getting flexi-time workers to log the time they spend puffing. Smokers at Breckland Council would be expected to make up any lost hours in their own time to make sure they do the same amount of work as their colleagues, bosses said. However, the new rule has attracted criticism from pro-smoking lobby group Forest, which branded it the 'tyranny of the majority'. William Nunn, Conservative leader of Breckland Council, denied the policy had been introduced to make money. 'It came about because the staff themselves felt there was an issue of fairness going on where some people went out for a smoke and some didn't. 'We want to make sure there is parity among all the staff. This will apply
By Fred Attewill

to everybody in the whole authority and will ensure there is some form of consistency. 'This is actually a case where we are taking a very pragmatic view and enhancing the lives of our staff.' The new policy will affect all 280 staff at the council, which has offices in Swaffham, Dereham, Thetford, Attleborough and Watton. The issue is up for discussion at a council meeting tomorrow and the ruling could corne into force on N 0vember I if it is approved. Simon Clark, director of Forest, said the council was trying to embarrass people into giving up. He said: 'It's completely unfair and prejudicial to pick on smokers and imply that they are slackers or take too many breaks. 'There are a lot of non-smokers taking long coffee breaks, browsing nonwork internet sites and taking personal calls, so I don't see why smokers should be picked on.'

Saunders opened _ his shotgun into a non-firing position as he was killed by police bullets, an inquest heard yesterday. Firearms expert Robert Griffiths examined the 32-year-old's shotgun and footage of his death at the hands of Met Police officers on May 6, 2008. He concluded Mr Saunders opened the gun after he was hit by the first of five bullets fired by officers surrounding his Chelsea home. Westminster coroner's court heard it was impossible to say if his action was intentional. The inquest continues.

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Soldier killed In Helmand
engineer working ~ ANARMY with special forces -' . in Afghanistan has been killed by a . Taliban roadside .i bomb. Corporal' Matthew Thomas, of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, died when the vehicle he was driving was hit by an explosive device in Helmand province on Saturday. Cpl Thomas (pictured) was attached to the Special Forces Support Group. A Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers spokesman said he was a 'talented, rounded and inspirational man'.

EastEnders tops Corrie
EASTENDERS was streets ahead of its rivals at last night's Inside Soap awards, taking six prizes. The BBCl show's haul included best soap, while lTV rival Coronation Street landed four awards, including best stunt for the Underworld factory siege scene. Australian import Neighbours beat Home And Away and Doctors to be named best daytime show at the event in north London. 'It's wonderful to be able to reward the amazing work we've seen this year,' said Inside Soap editor Stephen Murphy.

Good day: Sam Clark with the award for Neighbours

Soap star: Coronation

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£155 fine for leaving train 1 stop early
AN ACADEMIC says he was fined By Fred Attewill £155 for stepping off the train one stop too early. through the automatic barriers. When Martyn Evans got off the East Coast he spoke to au official,she told him to Mainline service at Darlington, near pay £155 -the cost of a first-classtickhis horne, rather than stay on to Dur- et from Birmingham to Darlington. ham where he works. Prof Evans spoke to her supervisor But the train operator, East Coast, but they were also adamant that he said he breached the terms of his first had travelled without a valid ticket. class ticket by 'breaking his journey'. He eventually persuaded the emAlthough it later waived the excess ployee to allow him to leave if he fare charge, Prof Evans, a professor of signed au invoice for the £155. hurnauities in medicine, said he did 'It's madness,' the professor said. not want to be called a fare-dodger. An East Coast spokesman said: The 'I resent that very much,' terms aud conditions of added the father of two. the advance purchase firstclass ticket, which Prof Prof Evaus used three first-class tickets booked Evans had used, clearly by the university to cover a state that breaking a jourtrip from Durham to Lonney en route, or starting don, London to Birmingfrom an intermediate staham, then Birmingham to tion, is not permitted. 'We accept this was a Durham. As he lives in Hurworth, genuine mistake on his benear Darlington, he got off half and have cancelled __ =-___:.-" the excess fare as a gesture at Darlington but his ticket '--~~ would not let him pass Angry: Prof Evans of goodwill.'
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while under the last Conservative government it almost doubled.he is the right man for the job. I'll be fine: he told a packed conference hall. In an exclusive interview with Metro. In a directreference to Mr Brown's famous pledge about stability. he warned. The speech will be his first test at convincing the party faithful . Mr Miliband was to use his first major speech to tell voters he understood their anger at Labour for failing to prevent a retum to the 'boom aud bust' years. Mr Miliband. David. established ways of thinking and sometirues we even became the establishment: he will say. shadow culture secretary Ben Bradshaw told Metro that New Labour was not dead. he criticised what he branded a 'triple whammy' of changes imposed on police by the coalition which is making their job harder. as he turns focus on Brown Ed sticks the knife in By John Higginson Political Editor. Spin doctor: Alan Johnson on the decks during a visit to an arts centre in Manchester Picture: PA THE HOME LASER HAIR OF LASER HAIR REMOVAL PEELS.:'ljiit. It was a phrase he repeated often as prime minister. in Manchester NEW Labour leader Ed Miliband was expected today to twist the knife into Gordon Brown's reign. I understaud why you felt that we were stuck in old thinking about higher and higher levels of personal debt. Brotherly love: David slaps 'special' Ed on the back the party of law SHADOW home secretary Alan Johnson will today claim Labour is the 'party of law and order' during his speech to delegates in Manchester. I understand your auger at a Labour government that claimed it could end boom aud bust. ANTI·WRINKLE. I understaud your auger that Labour hadn't stood up to the old ways in the City which said deregulation was the answer.' he insisted.JG 'I understand your anger' says Miliband. He has until Spm tomorrow to put himself forward for a senior role. Johnson: Labour 'We were the only government to bring down crime. forces are being reshaped and the use of CCTV and DNA profiling will be curtailed. Mr Brown said he wauted to be in the government 'that ended Tory boom and bust forever'. 'The Tories are to law and order what Pavarotti is to hang-gliding. Diane Abbott. in the leadership race. September 28. 'Too often we brought old. 'When you wanted to make it possible for your kids to get on in life. His crestfallen brother yester- day put his own disappointment aside to issue a rallying call to get behind his 'special' sibling. said there was 'absolutely no doubt' Mr Miliband would serve. MICROOERMABRASION . Mr Miliband will say: 'When you saw the worst financial crisis in a generation.don't worry. Police budgets face being cut by 25 per cent. He will strike a tone of humility about how Labour came to lose trust. 2010 . 'Those of you who have been coming up to me in the last few days . SINCE 1998 REMOVAL. who narrowly defeated his brother.' Meanwhile.' he said. The elder Miliband has yet to make it known publicly whether he will serve under his brother in the shadow cabinet. including tuition fees.' As chancellor when Labour swept to power in 1997. 'And when you saw jobs disappear and economic security under- 'A new generation is leading this party' mined. 'It is nonsense to suggest we will abandon the policies and ideas that helped us win three successive general elections.Tuesday. also claims a 'new generation is now leading Labour'. the first faller in the leadership race.and voters .

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18. so it doesn't make financial sense.Irving hails Hitler as a 'great man' REVISIONIST historian David Irving has praised Adolf Hitler and described the Gestapo as 'fabulous policemen' during a controversial tour of Nazi death camps in Poland. which has been monitoring the group. is waiting for an operation to rebuild it.000 operation might be more expensive. Germany and Australia that German officer Claus von Stauffenberg was a 'traitor' for trying to assassinate Hitler.Trent.500 operation to fit a titauium plate. is awaiting specialist advice. said: The £1 0. But Stoke-on-Trent NHS trust will pay only for a £2.one of the most talented commauders in history. It's like a gas chamber'. but the titauium plate will need to be replaced.000 custom bone cranioplasty. Surgeons removed part of his skull to save him but now the supermarket worker. Polish group the Open Republic Association Against Anti-Semitism and Xenophobia wants Irving charged with 'minimising' the scale of Nazi atrocities . Irving. the US. one guest reportedly said to laughter: 'What a terrible smell. which would fit a synthetic implant similar to bone on to his skull. which has one other request for au implant. The tourists have raised eyebrows too. Shaun Kilgariff was critically injured in October in a motorbike crash which caused his brain to swell.000 NHS operation to rebuild his skull. His faruily is appealing against the trust's decision. the plate will give him a square head and would need replacing. Teen • IS opto denied rebuild skull A TEENAGER is being denied a £1 0. The 72-year-old said Hitler could be 'very cruel' but was not immoral. 52.but By Fred Attewill Team talk: David Irving extols the virtues of Hitler and the Nazi regime to members of his tour party nobody has never denied the greatness of Hannibal.' Irving also told his party of II tourists from Britain. . 'He held the military forces of the world for six years.' The trust. Hitler was a great man. told fans on the £1 . His comments. Father Christopher. After visiting a death camp. one of the greatest Europeans for centuries. exactly like Hannibal . will be studied by the Polish secret service. from Stoke-on. jailed in Austria in 2006 after calling the Holocaust into question. Doctors have told Shaun. His surgeon wants to do a £10. recorded by an undercover Italian reporter.500-a-head trip that Hitler should be compared to Hannibal.

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September 28.to 24-year-olds.aud glamonr model Price snapped up paper with a wedding motif on it for her recent nuptials with Alex Reid.J0 I'm on a roll with stars' 100 paper A TOILET roll designer who supplies celebrities with printed paper has thauked Simon Cowell for helping her clean up in the business world. including lirue green and pink. The loa rolls also corne in a variety of colours. 88 per cent are unaware that it's a cheese. The mayor visited for the Story of London launch. West Sussex..5 per cent have no idea how many cheeses goats' almost cheese.:'ljiit. 2010 . celebrating the capital's pioneering past Picture Rex 1-3 LS COURT ocr 2010 . Of those polled. Natasha Meredith started the Designer Toilet Roll Company after finding that the X Factor boss buys black loa roll at £1 0 a go.' A brothel in Soho bought her 'safari' range of loa rolls . 'When yonr friends corne round you buy better wine and nice napkins but they still have to go to the toilet. this figure rises to nearly 25 per cent for 16. 'I've even had pensioners from Rochdale ordering it to spruce up their sheltered flats: she added.and will be kitting out this year's X Factor house. is particularly baffling: catered to the designer loa roll market. 6 per cent assume it is a brand of ale while 5 per cent think it is a breed of bird It's alive! Boris Johnson at the L'Oreal Young Scientist Centre in London yesterday. flowers aud hearts. It's just an impressive touch to the bathroom. Ms Meredith said that X Factor bosses contacted her to supply the house this year. Nearly 10 per cent of people are unaware that milk is the main ingredient in cheese. Less than cotrectty than the news in numbers British cheese week 2 per cent of those polled guessed that Britain produces more 700 named cheeses.featnring animal print designs . The Gevrik. Other designs include polka dots. '1 was watching the X Factor last year and they were saying Simon Cowell has black loa roll in his LA mansion: she said. who discovered that nobody in Britain By Joel Taylor It figu res . 98. from Crawley. are made in Britain. The mother of five now supplies designer toilet paper to the likes of Katie Price and Dame Judi Dench ..Tuesday. '1 went straight on eBay and got a pack for £ 10 and sold them within the day: added the 42-year-old.

Terms and conditions canon. adding: The great thing is you don't really hear what a song is truly about until you hear someone else pull it apart.uk presenter told Metro it was a Spoilt for choice but Dermot has it covered painstaking exercise to whittle down his favourites.28 a month CaLL08080 101 226 Visit vodafone. Promotion ends 27 October 201 O.Dermot O'Leary's compilation album The Saturday Sessions is out next Monday on Sony Music. album was a London this nightmare task.' she said. Viewers watched at the weekend as the 19-year-old. The teenager added that she had been 'set up' and denied being a call girl. there are so many impressive performances: he said. It is serious stuff.' And while he is not ready to take on Gordon Ramsay just yet. Chloe: career IS wrecked X Factor reject Chloe Mafia has admitted it will be hard to start a pop career following allegations of drugtaking and prostitution. his restaurant's chef might be. It's easy to switch to Vodafone: • Keepyourexisting number phone • Insert the new SIM into your existing Free SIMonly CaLLsto UK LandLines (starting 60 mins per call) Mins to UK mobiLes 01. The Thursday.1 0 • Price excludes VAT £21. launched today. referring to the 1982 film in which Meryl Streep has to choose between her two children. Katy Perry. his Radio 2 show by To win tickets for artists such as Massive you and friend. Well-heeled: Pixie Lott goes classy as the 19-year-old models a new range of clothes from Lipsy. 'We've had our backs against the wall with [Cheryl Cole and Dannii Minogue 1 away but it has brought out the best in everyone: he said.02. The Radio 2 star is X Factor host Dermot O'Leary said celebrating the release with a choosing tracks for his compilation party in central . For example. 'I'm definitely not a prostitute. and mobile number Paolo Nutini and to guilty Florence And The pleasures@ Machine. O'Leary promised the collection's many cover versions would put a new spin on popular songs.--------:=------. I didn't realise what Britney was actually singing about in Womanizer until I heard Lily Allen slow it right down. with DJ is releasing The performances from Saturday Sessions.co.' she told This Morning. The star added the X Factor team had pulled together in tough times this year. Attack. Ellie email your name Goulding. 'He has written some seriously good recipes in the kitchen and I would like to do something on TV with him: said O'Leary. stars such as Alesha featuring songs from Dixon and Athlete. I've not been paid for sex. whose real name is Chloe Heald. 'Of course I want to have a career but I think it is in tatters.com . Mypop . 'It was like Sophie's Choice choosing the tracks.co.09. 'It is seriously hard work and not something I'm taking lightly. the 37year-old is in training to become a chef after launching two seafood restaurants called FishyFishy. But the ukmetro. failed to get through to the next round on the lTV talent show.03 upto 3000 1200 3000 500MB I ' Standard UK texts UK mobiLe internet & emaiL usage on your phone 12-month contract • Offer ends 30.uk/business Go to your local Vodafone store Only at JESSOPS apply. But Chloe admitted taking 'a couple of lines' of cocaine and said she was 'so stupid' to have done it. I actually started out in a kitchen and I am going into training to become a professional chef. 'We've just opened the second in Poole: he said.uk jessops.' Meanwhile.co.

I said to him.' she says. I hadn't really noticed any feelings [towards Johnny] at that point. I've become a bit of a soap character!' Read the full interview in this week's Heat magazine. to be honest." Johnny had a girlfriend A By Andrei Harmsworth when we were first working together aud I had Gav. I'm pretty self-sufficient. split in May . it's all people are interested in. 'I'd been writing with Johnny for a while but it was a good couple of months after me aud Gav split. And I've still got a lot of love and respect for Gav. 'I kind of asked Gav's permission in a way. Now Church says her love life has been turned into a soap opera. When I'm a taken woman. A lot of the tirue we're together. he's lovely but. It's all very early stages at the moment but everyone is jumping the gun.' Revealing her feelings for her new lover. That's where most of the bond lies. You have to keep something back for yourself. talk about music. on sale now.' On talk of being in love. adding: 'I'm not that type of person.just weeks after she accepted his wedding proposal. the 24-year-old tells Heat magazine: 'Johnny's amazing and brilliant but it's early days and the split with Gav is still raw. The singer revealed her awkward request to the Welsh rugby star while insisting her relationship with musician Johnny Powell did not start before she and Henson. It's great because we like the same stuff. He's really great. she responds: 'I wouldn't say that it wasn't but then I wouldn't say that it was. 28. I wouldn't want everyone to know if it was or it wasn't. we write songs. He's very intelligent.Char: I asked Gav to OK new lover 'raw' Charlotte Church says she asked former fiance Gavin Henson if it would be 'OK' to date her new boyfriend. I've been so honest about my personal life.' Church says she is no love cheat. No cheat: Charlotte Church says her . "I really want you to know that nothing ever went on between me and Johnny while we were still together. very clever and he's au amazing musician. I'm a taken woman.

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Gauguin's radical flat use of colour and subjective responses. 'I have Indian blood. His work paved the way for Fauvism and for Picasso. a former seaman and a self-styled outlaw who left his wife and children in Copenhagen aud established his own personality cult in the provincial French village of Pont-Aven. wood carvings and ceraruics from a career that began relatively late Gauguin abandoned a lucrative life as a stockbroker for a finaucially disastrous one as a painter in his mid-thirties. two German art historians proposed that it was actually . His innovative.' Gauguin. on the French Polynesian island of Atuona. where. in which Gauguin casts himself as Christ scurrying away in the shadows. Serusier's circle of fellow painters. Paintings such as Pardon At Pont-Aven. brilliant. his invoking of poetic narrative and his fascination with fable and ancient spirituality liberated late 19th-century art from the conventions of realism. he was soon developing the theory of synthetism the use of bright flat colours and black outlines. 'But Gauguin's life was just as hard . Yet he was to become increasingly resentful of the attention directed at Gauguin. known as the 'Nabis'.' says Christine Riding. and the strauge. particularly for van Gogh.I Unlocking a An exhibition of Paul Gauguin's work is going on display for the first time in Britain in more than 50 years. who died in 1903. somewhat fantastical and much better-kuown images of the fauna. with its radical manipulation of perspective and luminous green background. Gauguin led Serusier to a tranquil spot by the river Aven and told him to paint what colours he saw there.he had five children Gauguin's Magic Circle: His Friends And Rivals Emile Bernard Emile Bernard travelled to Pont-Aven in 1888. and it's reflected in everything I do. 'He was already very interested in spiritualism and folk culture when he arrived in Pont-Aven: there's no schism between the two periods at all. when the latter requested a brief lesson. 'People have always been obsessed with the tragedy of van Gogh. Paul Serusier One of the most auspicious meetings in modern art occurred between Gauguin and Paul Serusier in 1888. as is the boarding house he stayed at. 'But he pointed the way to modernism.a brawler.' Gauguin's idealised view of women and poverty.itt~O~~':ething more natural. And what of his paintings? From the eerily intimate Christ In The Garden Of Olives (1889). who found himself belittled by an arrogant Gauguin. yet for more than half a century no major British exhibition has been devoted to his work. he felt that primitive peasant culture was one that he understood. is the enfant terrible of modern art .' says Riding. later. to his later enigmatic. the exhibition will reveal that Gauguin's Brittany paintings are just as significant as his numinous. probably of syphilis. pose certain People have always been obsessed with the tragedy of van Gogh but Gauguin's life was just as hard . Inca blood in me.he had five children. long-vanished folklore and beautiful young girls of Tahiti.' For Riding.' wrote artist Paul Gauguin to his good friend Vincent van Gogh in 1889.' says Riding. Mette. at one point accusing him of plagiarism. based on savagery. with Gauguin. tempestuous rebel who rejected bourgeois Paris to establish his own rules with the Pont-Aven School. highly contrived Polynesian pieces. co-curator of a major new Tate Modern exhibition that aims to rehabilitate this great post-Impressionist. Vincent van Gogh Gauguin lived with van Gogh (left) in Aries for two months in late 1888 but the arrangement was a disaster. sensual. and. pivotal Vision Of The Sermon (1888). a creative. called the resulting and now extremely famous painting The Talisman. for what they rightly considered its groundbreaking use of abstract visual sensation. It's the basis of my personality. an uncompromising artist in search of a lost savagery and mysticism in self-imposed exile in the South Seas.' Gauguin: Maker Of Myth attempts to unlock the complex aud often contradictory identity at the heart of Gauguin's extensive body of work. show the creative cross-pollination between the two artists. 'People seem to have dismissed him as a decorative painter. The exhibition features more thau 100 paintings. both the French peasauts and the Tahitian natives. In 2009. CLAIRE ALLFREE meets one of those behind the show parallel personal narratives: a loving father scraping together whatever money he could for his wife. His glorious Pont-Aven studio is still there. 'With his non-European background [Gauguin's mother was halfPeruvian]. colour-saturated depictions of rural life in Brittany and later in Polynesia can be said to have influenced the course of 20th-century art more than the work of ahnost any other painter.me Arts & Entertainment The Big Interview Gauguin Exhibition ~i~i~S~~~~'. he intentionally set about creating various . Possessing a proto 21st-century feel for the power of self-mythology. a drinker.

'He drew on the greats as a way of moving forward.will tell you. .' By feeding the notion of himself as a savage and an outsider.com Vuzz. Emile Schuffenecker With Gauguin. Unfortunately. It's all about becoming a money-spinning uber-brand and milking it. or 'what's the best TV programme?' other members will vote for their favourite and the site will add up people's votes and display a ranking chart. The winner will receive a royalty and also collect £500 cash and £150 in download vouchers for both Juno Download and SoundCloud Pro. I totally get why a bloke might fancy someone who smells of Hilary Duff. released by Warner Bros Records.. 'For him it was all about trying to find a purity that had been lost..lAUGHS. Runners-up will receive a £50 voucher for the two websites. Victoria. But there was always this great conflict within him. Anthony Gibson interpretative challenges: French women were unlikely to have worked the fields in the traditional lace hats Gauguin depicts them in and Tahitian girls didn't tend to languish among the trees semi-naked. Pissarro was a galvanising influence on the younger man. Coleen. September 28. as well as moods. as neither they nor their friends had any hope of being accepted to exhibit at the Paris Exposition Universelle. but Gauguin's Volpini Suite is now considered a major moment in the artist's development.com Juno Records are behind this music site where people can download various genres of dance music as MP3s and WAVfiles. from October 25. 2010 metrolife €D Net Result What We've Found Online master's mind www. 'But he wouldn't have seen it as exploiting. a 'sounds like' selection and various tempos. JUN. in fact. who is unleashing yet another perfume aimed at Poundland princesses. something she'd know all about. Paris. while Vision Of The Sermon is very traditional and yet very modern.' Gauguin: Maker Of Myth opens at Tate Modern on Thursday wwwtate. on the walls of a cafe. The Island. Gauguin. Now users have an opportunity to enter a remix competition set up by Pendulum (below) and WEA Records. CA It seems celebrity is merely the means to an end. www. The latest Jordan juice comes in 'a bottle that represents her life' (cheap? plastic? see-through?) 'with a frosted centre' (you don't say!) and 'topped with her signature diamond cap'. and his deepening concerns about money.Tuesday. Friendly Music has an extensive catalogue of copyright-cleared songs and the site owners say 'the music is 100 per cent legal for personal and custom online media creations'. which gives users the chance to have their remix version of Pendulum's single. which feature many genres of music. 'His selfportraits make you think of Rembrandt's. http://vuzz. encouraging him to become a painter in the late 1870s.' Riding says. you too can douse yourself in Precious Love (right) 'a tribute to eternal love'. Kate Moss or J-Lo. as Peter Andre . The site aims to provide a social network by getting friends involved and starting debates with people who share the same passions as other users. in association with Juno Download and SoundCloud. Now.friendlymusic. When you ask a question such as 'who is the best guitarist?'. hotties with pongs to peddle. Emile Schuffenecker helped arrange the 1889 Volpini exhibition.who launches Mysterious Girl for women (huh?) tomorrow . fits into a long Western tradition of the artist seeing himself as other. but the Pricey don't seem righty! Anyhow. Camille Pissarro Much older than Gauguin. lAUGHS.junodownload.' Riding argues. a 13-yearold Polynesian who he married and later had a child with 30-Second Rant Scent to try us? Gauguin who lopped off van Gogh's ear during an argument and that van Gogh kept quiet in order to protect him. you can listen to music that matches your mood by going through its large selection of choices. nothing sold.uk Radical: Gauguin's The Ancestors Of Tehamana. Users can download the 13 parts of the track then produce their own mix of the song and upload it to one of the two sites by October 18.com tries to set itself up as an alternative to other internet questionand-answer sites by answering your questions through users' charts and using it as a way to find out what is popular.org. 'SO SIIIllNG IT S~~MSTO SCORCH TH~ STAGr GlIIIrdian fUNr fUN. The two would later drift apart but Gauguin's early letters to Pissarro articulate some of his developing ideas about art. I look at his self-portraits and I wonder if there was ever a point when he was truly happy. Chane lie Hayes: what next? L by Maureen from Driving School? Night Gusset by Amy Wino? Keith Barker-Main 'lAUGHS. You will then be greeted with a selection of songs available for purchase and to download. like cash cow Katie Price.com With this site.

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Here." the film's alligators can't take their eyes off him.com/mylivestory Arguably the most controversial film of the year.literally. ****u ****u To share your live story or vote for your favourites. Faithfully adapted from Jim Thompson's 1952 pulp fiction. From relaxer (known as 'creamy crack') to weaves and extensions. American Express" and Channel 4 want to hear about the most awe-inspiring and unforgettable music gigs you've been to and have therefore launched My Live Story in a bid to uncover the UK's best live music experiences. completely uplifting experience. had a life "One of my all time memorable live music was when I saw D'Angelo in 2000. G "" '. and to the religious tonsure ceremonies in India. it's never entirely clear if he knows there are any. iguana-bothering anti-hero of Werner Herzog's reworking of Bad Lieutenant doesn't just break all the rules. . The soundtrack will be selected by DJ. Halfway through. who you were with and why it was so memorable. 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The film will not only be televised but will also be premiered at a red carpet screening at Abbey Road Studios. is also out now. featuring a different crop of child (and canine) actors playing Julian. Extras: None. George.99 Mark Ronson's Live Story Mark shares his most memorable music story moments utterly jubilance. Ross McGuinness Good Hair Icon Home Entertainment. £17. 18. plummy-voiced child stars throw themselves with gusto into an action-packed adventure that takes in the usual array of castles. . particularly since he's also capable of warmth and tenderness. which provide the raw material for $1 . And then there is Terence McDonagh.99 ***** Bad Lieutenant Lionsgate..something quite frankly discussed by a lot of Rock's interviewees.. The show was at Radio City Music Hall in New York. 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School Of Oriental And African Studies JCR.50 to £52. The climax is Pablo Picasso's vividly hued front cloth for Le Train Bleu. the largest single object owned by the museum. On record. particularly the iconic design for legendary dancer (and Diaghilev's onetime lover) Vaslav Nijinsky in L' Apresmidi d'un Faune. in which Hacker. funk and industrial classics. and there's also a screening of Sadia Shepard's short documentary. Now seen as pivotal in the development of modernism.ac. Tel: 020 7478 0100. this exhibition offers a feast of ballet ephemera. privately tormented Bernard. Tel: 08709500915. among other things. a paternal benefactor and a genius .drew talent towards him with the gravitational pull of a neutron star and his Ballets Russes became a focal point for artistic innovation. Sadler's Wells. Tube: Angel THEATRE UNTITLED ****!:s: Magical realism about identical twins who are separated at birth.honestjons. By focusing on the politics of desperate survival. turns overegging into an art form as he pivots between pugilistic bravado and utter panic. Prime Minister's skewering of the moral expediency of government is as adept as ever. Amy Dawson Until Jan 9. 7. There's a lot of ground to cover but. 6pm. though. who died in June. September 28. Featuring rarely shown V&A stock as well as spectacular loan items. The collaborative mastermind . £10 to £25. Tube: St Pau/'s/Barbican Mercury-nominated for her 200 I album. Goodman silkily gets his tongue around Sir Humphrey's impenetrable speeches but occasionally overeggs the pudding. Wed and Sat mats 2. Outerindia promises to highlight international music connections I!'N"N0I GLADIATORIAL SLAM :N. £11 door. but still full-bodied enough to make Cameron aud co wonder if it might be based on them. Gielgud Theatre.Tuesday. This show not only offers artistic treats but conveys a real sense of the company's brutal discipline. Rich Mix. means there is little chauce of developing museum fatigue. Rail: Shoreditch High Street 'I don't kuow what else I don't know.com Tube: Russell Square/Goodge Street Big picture: Picasso's huge front cloth for Le Train Bleu Gig Outerindia: Susheela Raman Some vocalists don't need fancy embellishment to create fantastically rich atmospheres and British Taruil vocalist! musician Susheela Raman is a case in point. whose rootsy.50. even though the exhibition packs in a lot of materia!. sensual tones are most effectively backed with acoustic instrumentation.vam. 'Do you kuow?' It's lines such as these that keep afloat Jonathan Lynn and Antony Jay's loving stage version of their successful 1980s TV series. £10. soul. The exhibition successfully deconstructs the disparate elements of Exhibition Review Diaghilev And The Golden Age Of The Ballets Russes. from the likes of Joy Division. Arwa Haider Tonight.J i. which depicts Delhi's historic Nizamuddin Awliya Sufi shrine. with music that incorporates Erik Satie's Gnossiennes step into the golden age Volatile impresario Serge Diaghilev presided over a radical ballet company that left the upheavals of pre-revolutionary Russia to settle in Western Europe. Tel: 020 8969 9822. on the other hand. Tonight's guest artists include Asian Dub Foundation cofounder and bassist Dr Das (performing with Bantu and Ramjac) and Bengali dubki percussionist Paban Das Bau!. Soho Theatre. the Ballets Russes 1913 Paris premiere of The Rite Of Spring inspired riots and fights in the aisles. Tel: 0844 412 4300. Claire Allfree Until Jan 15.) AA j POETRY The Museum Of London's youth panel. with Raman at the helm. sleekly blending Western and Indian classical styles. £10 to £20. Museum Of London. Leon Bakst's bejewelled costume sketches are exquisite works of art. 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To surrender our streets and neighbourhoods to anarchy? Jan Bednarczyk.'. The reason tourists as targeted is because it is the most effective way of discouraging mahouts from bringing elephants into the city. If it was a Bible being burnt. Paula. postcode and daytime phone number. merely suggesting we are permitted to take reasonable measures to protect ourselves. West Sussex ~ Just got back from Miami where I found a copy of Metro left by the pool! Anyone else found a copy in a far-flung place? Lewis. London On patrol: Police have admitted yobs are taking over the streets GPS rule in the • In response to schools using GPS for admissions being labelled 'crazy' (Metro. to say your son 'has to pay £12 a month' from his unemployment benefit for a TV licence is ridiculous (Metro. While many of the Islam faith may not be white. Metro. Gwen Stefani. Holly. no doubt saving countless lives. 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Especially the lady who gave me her water . Even if we are fortunate enough to have police attending an incident within a reasonable time and the offenders are apprehended.indeed last month I had to pay £2. we'd never hear the end of it. Surrey ~ Janet in Epping Tube car park . would that also be seen as stirring racial hatred? Yet again our justice system seems incapable of properly distinguishing between what defines race and simply exchanges these terms without the elephant • Regarding the story about tourists being fined for feeding elephants in Bangkok (Metro. Also. It's a massive balls-up . we would Steve Lustig. think of Care Bears whenever I see a rainbow. Kind of puts into perspective who the real heroes are. I'm a GP and I'd venture to suggest we docs are very nearly as valuable to society as Radio I DJs. thereby making more money available for a potential increase in unemployment benefit. Birmingham • On the front page (Metro. 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DOUBLE YOUR MONEY . and I can personally attest that at no time did he make any reference at all to the people of India. It's certainly revitalised interest in the sport in this country aud I felt every one of us who went to Barcelona could have corne back with a medal. British No. Mbulelo added: 'We have very grave concerns.1 can recapture former glories during his trip to Wales.6 Josh Goodall takes his place. 'Barcelona made me think "I can do this now". The news their former Great Britain hooker Terry Newton hung himself at home on Sunday will overshadow the Super League Grand Final . I feel people are changing their attitude towards me..COM Blue Square encourages responsiblegambling.-.' Twenty members of Team England's support staff tested conditions in the athletes' village on Sunday to ensure they were suitable for the 48 athletes to move in. surprisingly crashing out St Helens v Wigan. who begins his campaign on October 6. can India get itself together and put on a decent show? Sunday's opening ceremony should be a good indicator before Mark Lewis-Francis (pictured) leads England's medal charge in the 100metres. He has failed to shake off a back injury.--. .BET £5 FOR A £10 FREE BET JOIN NOW AT BLUESQ. Delhi's chief minister Sheila Dikshit said it was a 'very unkind and undiplomatic remark' but Fennell maintains Hooper has his 'full support'.CS has permanent pattern advanced hair For with your Dr Population explosion is latest row ENGLISH athletes continued to arrive in Delhi last night as a row erupted between the Commonwealth Games Federation and the Indian government. 'My target was always Barcelona but I felt I could do the Games as welL I go there feeling I have a chance of winning gold. England chef de mission Craig Hunter said: 'It's not perfect but the accommodation is acceptable. Federation president Mike Fennell insists his organisation never blamed the government for the slow construction and missed deadlines which have plagued the build-up to the event which starts on Sunday. from Sun A Tragedy shrouds the Grand finale WIN or lose at Old Trafford this weekend.' Turner believes success in Delhi will set him up nicely for the world WHERE THERE'S A WILL ••• Is there really the rumoured intense rivalry there? We could find out in Delhi where Andy Turner and William Sharman (pictured) finally . We're at about three-star. 'It's a wicked time for British athletics right now. 'The village had the potential to be five-star. He said: 'I spent the entire morning and early afternoon in meetings with MrHooper. we can't ask our teams to stay there.(Ii)METROSPORT Tuesday. in my two races after Barcelona I was going purely on adrenaline. I've had the best season of my life.COM BLUESQ. If snakes are found. however.' Tennis player Richard Bloomfield (pictured) is the latest England star to withdraw. championships next year and the London Olympics in 2012.R. All eyes will be on Tiger Woods to see if the world No. Harris Mbulelo. is now one of England's biggest names competing on the track in India after a clutch of high-profile withdrawals. He says he is going to the Games to cap 'the best season' of his life with a second major title but admits it has been difficult to stay sharp since his European triumph. The 29-year-old. champions the last three years. one of the leading centres May hair transplant pioneered to a in Europe. Just mind games or a terrible omen? Ryder Cup. Dr. Saturday NDY TURNER expects to win a medal at the Commonwealth Games despite facing a battle to return to race sharpness in time for Delhi.com [tJ THE WIMPOLE CLINIC Hannah House.. September 28. said yesterday a large snake had been found in a bedroom for one of his athletes in the village. despite increased security concerns aud worries over the state of the athletes' village in the Indian capital. Colin Montgomerie leads Europe's charge for revenge on home soil as the 38th Ryder Cup gets under way at Celtic Manor. However. the overriding feeling among Wigan fans. . 11-16 Manchester Street.'go head-tohead in the fight for gold. Turner. LOSING YOUR HAIR? At The Wimpole Clinic. 'It's not just the physical side..' Leaps and bounds: Turner has had a breakthrough season India's problems taking the hiss DELHI'S latest battle to get the Commonwealth Games up and running is against snakes. let alone transplant May call techniques today on. players and officials will be one of sadness. during which time he allegedly made certain comments. London W1U 4DJ IT CAN BE RESTORED! disparaging ones. Commonwealth Games. He considered quitting the sport after a poor showing at the Beijing Olympics in 2008 resulted in his Lottery funding being cut and then watched fellow Brit William Sharman finish fourth in last year's world final in Berlin. gambleawareco uk . Turner added: 'I'd got over the funding issue pretty quickly but the hardest thing was watching Will get fourth in Berlin and I wondered if my time would ever come. Boxer Akhil Kumar revealed how he narrowly escaped injury when his bed in the athletes' village collapsed as he sat on it It has also been reported English athletes have been told not to wear team kit while out in public due to security concerns. 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But when the championship is so tense and there are five fighting for it. Hamilton declared his F championship chances all but over. whose meteoric rise up the leaderboard due to two successive victories puts him just II points behind Webber. is boss Tony Fernandes and Group Lotus. gambleaware co uk . winner Fernando Alonso described the Marina Bay race as 'probably the toughest of the year'. Vitaly Petrov .ccrn OR seven winless years it looked like Mark Webber was born unlucky. After his DNF. baby? Christian's performance was impressive but there is speculation Klien's 'one-off' appearance had rather more to do with the fact the team could rely on him bringing in some much-needed funds.typically half the price of full service airlines.' AirAsia X has premium lie flat seats from London to Kuala Lumpur from £846 one way including taxes .if the team wants the fastest driver available more than money.or whatever it's called as there is an almighty row going on between team LEWIS HAMILTON TO WIN THE F1 DRIVERS CHAMPIONSHIP . See www. I have been reliably informed Jarno Trulli will not be retained next year. then this sort of thing is going to happen.COM Blue Square encourages responsible gambling.if he brings money or Timo Glock .Tuesday. September 28.A £10 BET RETURNS £80 BLUEsa. 'But he's a pretty determined guy. meals and a comfort kit included. Webber's contact with Lewis Hamilton on lap 36 pitched the McLaren into retirement but it also forced Webber's front-right tyre wall inwards. and not just because we were getting up at lunchtime. all about the Benjamins. a former world champion who is determined to win back the world championship. and Alonso and Webber drop one. With temperatures of 30 degrees centigrade. 18 Christian Klien's position at the end of the 2006 F1 season hustling for a new berth next year and if I were a betting man I'd say it will be with Team Lotus . we were told by Hispania. If Hamilton can get a couple more wins. he didn't make a mistake. 23 corners per lap. who manufacture the road cars.but Bridgestone s engineers were stunned he managed to make it to the end of the race at all. there are three possibilities: Chandhokif he brings money. this time Hamilton came off worse in a collision with Mark Webber.airasia. looking down the list of contenders. speedy check-in. Sakon howled with laughter: 'Good one!' Was Sakon really that ill or was it. If Timo leaves Virgin.the best he could have hoped for . I told hiru people will take cheap shots. But it was well worth it for the Spaniard. This title is still wide open. it is a bit bruising. but that he had to look at the facts . over the rights to the name. and a running tirue of two hours. something that was not so certain in the case of Sakon. 2010 METROSPORT G> F1 D E B R IE F A~am Hay-Nicholls reports from the Smgapore paddock Button: Lewis won't give up title dream JENSON BUTTON believes McLaren team-mate Lewis Hamilton's desire to regain the Formula One world title will ensure he bounces back in the wake of his recent double disaster. After two races like he's had. as Diddy once wisely said. 'I have seen that happen a few tirues for a few laps. and it will not be the last time it's going to happen either. 'Should I be concerned about your health old chum. and Christian Klien filled in for the Japanese driver.' McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh added: 'Lewis was disappointed because he is a passionate individual. Sakon caught out by the singapore sling THERE were strange goings on in Singapore. narrow concrete walls which leave no margin for error.' I asked him. the Briton will be back on top of the standings.he didn't make a risky overtaking move. he was unlucky and that he now has to focus on the races ahead. After running into Felipe Massa's Ferrari in Italy a fortnight ago. but he is a tough competitor who will bounce back and be strong at Suzuka. 'You have to feel for him because that was a tough way to end a grand prix: said Button. but for more than 25 laps is incredible: said Bridgestone director Hirohide Hamashima. Premium customers get a fully reclinable seat. It was a despondent Hamilton who departed Singapore on Sunday following a second successive accident. but fortunes have certainly turned around for the Australian this year. Not only did his strategy gamble payoff in Singapore to hand him third place . Chandhok is most definitely on the team's shopping list. Karun Chandhok. Sakon Yamamoto was suffering from food poisoning. A further 5rnrn and it would have deflated irumediately. who is also in title contention. But steady on old chap because you're only 20 points behind. that would be a blow for them. and alongside Heikki Kovalainen. who also has his issues with Hispania.

played extremely well. Jose Maria Olazabal knows a thing or two about what makes a good pairing.if he can recover from his persistent problems with rheumatism and tendinitis aud get back on tour. Sandy [Lyle]. he missed out and needed a wild card but the way he delivered in Gleneagles. although it's not a ban. But the obvious pairing is the Molinari brothers. despite being constantly linked with a role in captain Colin Montgomerie's backroom staff. 'I don't kuow if it's the strongest Europeau team ever. 'It's difficult to pick pairings just now. Ballesteros was also deemed the best European Ryder Cup captain in the event's history. they have proven how good they are. Kevin Pietersen's error changed my view. European team captain Colin Montgomerie cited the recent controversy involving England cricketer Kevin Pietersen. 'Look at the weekendJim Furyk won the Tour Championship..' said the two-time 31 Ryder Cup games Olazabal played in during seven appearances between 1987 and 2006. with a good short game. steady. claiming a total of 20. What a shocker. and that is a good sign for Europe. before arriving in Wales with wife Tabitha. His partnership with fellow Spaniard Seve Ballesteros yielded an amazing 12 points from 15 matches and he believes Italian duo Francesco and Edoardo Molinari can be Europe's inspiration at Celtic Manor this week. Nine times a player and once a victorious captain on Spanish soil. solid. 2010 RYDER CUP DIARY Skipper has no time for Twits IAN POULTER'S million followers will have to do without his updates from Celtic Manor after all 24 players were asked to refrain from Twittering during the Ryder Cup. At one point we had the top players in the world in the team with me.' Edited by: Marc Dodd A ONE half of the greatest -ever partnership to play in the Ryder Cup. 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The captain doesn't but whoever does has been asked not to. who is still recovering from the brain operations he had after the discovery of a tumour in 2008. even though top stars like Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are struggling to find their best form of late.for European players at Celtic Manor. Olazabal admits it will be a 'little strange' not being officially involved this week.' With seven caps to his name aud having been vice captain two years ago. > Furyk's will thrive under pressure By Marc Dodd Olazabal: Molinari brothers s Masters champion. pictured in Atlanta. takes fifth spot from Martin Kaymer.COM BlueSquareencourages responsible gambling. who reacted angrily to being left out of the one-day and Twenty20 squads via the popular social networking tool.let's hope not!!!!' high five gives Americans a timely fillip Jim Furyk's Tour Championship and Fed Ex Cup wins sees America defend the Ryder Cup with four of the world's top five players. Jose Maria Olazabal will act as golf ambassador for Nespresso. it depends on the practice days. under pressure. birdie to win the tournament. the 44-year-old admits the 2012 captaincy remains his big goal .5 points but it is true there is more depth to the team. finishing birdie. birdie. that was quite an accomplishment. it was astonishing. Phil Mickelson. playing a couple of rounds and seeing who is comfortable with who. said: 'The Ryder Cup is one of the greatest sporting events and will always hold a special place in my heart. He is the kind of player that represents the US team. above.gambleaware uk co . The top four stay the same: Tiger Woods. Bernhard [Langer]. Ballesteros earned 32 per cent of the votes ahead of Sir Nick Faldo (25) and this week's captain Colin Montgomerie (14). Solid.caused by a faulty smoke alarm . Furyk. left. Even though we have six rookies in the team. especially this year. Seve and Woosie [Ian Woosnam] Seve the greatest SEVE BALLESTEROS has been named the most popular Ryder Cup golfer in the tournament's history by golf fans in the United Kingdom. he expects a strong challenge from America.' However.. England's Lee Westwood and Steve Stricker (in descending order). However.' And it is that ability to thrive under pressure which Olazabal believes can deliver the Ryder Cup back to Europeau hands.

left. that has ever played the game. 'It is a very fair test of golf and something that our European Tour players will be used to in the pace of greens. which is extreme. if it is a European Tour set-up. It's a great. 'This golf course is set up in a fair manner to allow the best team to win. is the game of golf and that is what it should be. I haven't played around with the golf course > Colin hails 'best-ever' Woods about Tiger's performances in the Ryder Cup. speaking after the arrival of the Americans in Wales yesterday. it's just that it is poorer than his individual record.' Montgomerie revealed last week his team already knows his plans for Friday's opening four balls and the four left out of that session will play in the afternoon foursomes. as well as having the greens run slower than on the PGA Tour.~~0. That's his job as captain. but there's no reason for me to discuss it until 1 write the TIGER WOODS was hailed as the best golfer of all time by European captain Colin Montgomerie yesterday after touching down in Wales with his United States team-mates. 'I don't think it was right to set the course up in any other way than to what it's been desigued for. But US captain Corey Pavin was less forthcoming.COM Blue Square encourages responsible gambling. in my opinion. gambleaware co uk . 'I am delighted to see Tiger here. in fairness and in great sportsmanship. 2010 METROSPORT 4iD course. Colin needs to do what he thinks is best for the European team to have the best chance to win. as Europe attempt to regain the trophy lost two years ago at Valhalla. Montgomerie added: 'Hence to our advantage.A £10 BET RETURNS £50 BLUEsa. The rough is graded very fairly. But. 'I've always said Tiger is the best player in the world and the best.Tuesday. A lot has been written 'The course is set as a very fair test of golf' at all: Montgomerie said. September 28.' Montgomerie said.' Asked if he was surprised by Montgomerie's decision. 'I'm glad it's set up fairly because I think that's the way the matches are meant to be played. Montgomerie was entitled to set up the course however he saw fit to suit his players' strengths or negate those of their American opponents.1.' WI.e m 011 ". and Pavin TIGER WOODS TOP AMERICAN RYDER CUP POINTS SCORER . I feel the course is very fair. great golf course and it's in super condition."1t 11 fi #ned u" Shake-up: Montgomerie. It has been reported the fairways have been narrowed and rough grown long to counter the power of the long hitters on Corey Pavin s team. A good shot will be rewarded and a bad shot will be penalised and that.' Asked if the course was set up as for a staudard European Tour event. could still playa decisive role in preventing his team from reclaiming the Ryder Cup. The players have an idea of the direction I'm going to go. US captain Corey Pavin said: 'What he was saying is you set it up to European Tour standards. who has endured a troubled personal life and poor form this year. the 47-year-old Scot instead was adamant he had set the course up to allow the best team to win. saying: 'I have a good idea of what we're going to do. 'On this occasion. I think. As horne captain. I was hardly going to set up to a US tour set-up. And Monty fears the world No. and that's the advantage that he's describing. says Monty By Marc Dodd COLIN MONTGOMERIE last night claimed he had 'not played around' with the Celtic Manor course to give his European team an advantage in the Ryder Cup this weekend.

have demanded an apology from Butt after he repeatedly claimed he had heard from bookmakers English players were involved in fixing a match. 'It's desperately disappointing news both for Adlene and the club. He said: 'It has been good. England's players. 'Two good results always makes everyone feel better. Adlene ARSENAL TO LOSE 3-2 TO PARTIZAN BELGRADE . he is making things happen. said: 'To play against Terry was not only a real challenge. The Algerian sustained the injury in the closing stages of the 2-1 loss following a challenge from Villa midfielder Steve Sidwell. Wigan.A £10 BET RETURNS £510 [PARTIZAN BELGRADE V ARSENAL) BLUEsa. 'It is going to be a lengthy absence but on the plus side the consultant has told us it's an uncomplicated fracture.' Collins believes Heskey is benefiting from the deployment of winger Ashley Youngin a more central role. he has always made an impact 'I thought he was superb and that goal capped a firstclass performance. 28. 'Every time you get the ball to Ashley. 'He gets a lot of stick off fans but you ask any player who has played with him what they think 'They have got nothing but good things to say about him. says Collins By Paul Murphy JAMES COLLINS has hailed Aston Villa team-mate Emile Heskey as 'a players' player' who has not received the credit he deserves during his career. 'In these situations that's as good as it gets.' said Collins. 'Emile was brilliant at Wolves. which finishes just before Christmas.' Wolves blow as Guedioura faces six THE TIPSTER months out after breaking his leg WOLVES midfielder Adlene Guedioura could be out until March after fracturing his tibia in Sunday'S Premier League defeat to Aston Villa. Meanwhile. Henson hopes to play for Baa-Baas RUGBY UNION: Wales centre Gavin Henson is set to return to rugby . week Adapting: Collins out He's a real team player. The Blues. Butt set to fly in for legal summit CRICKET: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ijaz Butt will arrive in London today to consult his legal advisers about responding to English demands he apologise over allegations about match-fixing. puts his body on the line for the team. Henson. he was the ultimate competitor. Yawar Saeed yesterday resigned as manager of the Pakistan cricket team. The controversial Ospreys back has not played since March 2009 but will only be able to turn out for the Baa-Baas if he is not still involved in the show. head of Wolves' medical department. He added: 'All centre-forwards want to be scoring goals audAshley playing in the hole behind Emile is giving him chances. Everything he did was 100 per cent' It is time to give Heskey some credit. and Paul Wellens Grand Finalists unite to honour GB star Newton RUGBY LEAGUE: Players from Super League Grand Finalists Wigan and St Helens have joined forces to pay tribute to former Great Britain hooker Terry Newton.gambleaware uk co . They are too skinny to back outright at 1/3 against Marseille but a draw at halftime and a home win at the final whistle appeals at 9/2 with Ladbrokes. CHELSEA and Arsenal both seek to put domestic woes behind them tonight when they focus on the Champions League. left.@)METROSPORT Tuesday.' Saints vice-captain Paul Wellens. On the rise: Heskey heads Villa's winner against Wolves Picture: Getty Striker Heskey has often been maligned by supporters at international and club level and has taken time to win over the Villa fans. Coral and Betfred.if he makes an early exit from the BBC's Strictly Come Dancing show. Wolves expect him to be out for a minimum of four months and a maximum of six. accepted an invitation to play for the Barbarians against South Africa at Twickenham on December 4.' said Wolves boss Mick McCarthy.' And the Villa defender revealed the players have quickly adapted to the ideas brought in by Houllier. 'I think the club will settle down. 1 wouldn't faucy playing against him week in. who was serving a two-year doping ban. who was found hanged at this home on Sunday afternoon. Bad break: Guedioura further tests yesterday revealed the severity of the break. 1-0 losers at Manchester City. The new manager has corne in and settled things down straight away. Guedioura was stretchered off and will be in a full leg non weight-bearing cast for four weeks before progressing to a partial weight-bearing cast after that. He has corne in and put his ideas across and the boys have taken them on board. It is good to see him getting his rewards. through the ECB. Bradford and Wakefield star. Wigan captain Sean O'Loughlin said: 'Terry was a fantastic bloke. 2010 sportdigest FOOTBALL PREMIER LEAGUE Trophy boys: Sean O'Loughlin. The ECB threatened legal action unless Butt apologised. are without suspended Didier Drogba and injured Frank l. September 28. a former Great Britain team-mate.' Guediourajoined Wolves on a permanent basis in the summer following a successful spell on loan from Charleroi.COM BlueSquareencourages responsible gambling. Whenever he's been called upon to play. according to reports.' Steve Kemp. This season he started the Carling Cup victories against Southend and Notts County while coming off the bench in four of the six Premier League fixtures. The Gunners are 8/11 with Stan James to win at Partizan Belgrade. added. Arsenal were shocking in their 3-2 loss at home to West Brom but boss Arsene Wenger is a master at rallying his troops after a shock defeat. He was a great player but an even better bloke and it's a sad time for everyone who knew him. Heskey scored once aud set up two goals in the Carling Cup win over Blackburn and headed a superb winner in Sunday's Premier League triumph over Wolves at Molineux. But Collins insists his contribution is always recognised by his teammates after making a flying start to Gerard Houllier's term as Villa manager. Emile is a players' player.ampard. Fans attending Saturday's final at Old Trafford will observe a minute's silence in memory of the former Leeds.

If titles are won from the back. 'We have to play much better in our away games. September 28.' Vidic DOUBLE YOUR MONEY . 'Around me there are a lot of experienced players. Who was the Ryder Cup captain when America last won in Europe. They have such a talented squad but they still need time to gel and develop a style of play which allows Maucini to rotate his personnel with minirual disruption. .Tuesday. 19. I need to recognise that. who would have moved to within a point of Carlo Ancelotti's men if they had beaten Bolton at the Reebok Stadium on Sunday.COM Blue Square encourages responsible gambling. 'I am not in a hurry. 'It is a big concern that we are conceding so said.' said the Italian. City youngster Dedryck Boyata says he is prepared to wait for his next chance. Michael Owen equalised to ensure United gained a point but they have still conceded nine goals in five Premier League games. But this season I'm now more hopeful of a challenge from the blue half of Mauchester. Instead. back in 1993? 3. 'I hear days off at City have been cancelled and double training sessions are common' It appears Mancini's work on the training ground is paying off. not theirs. 'Maybe Boateng will get a start. gambleaware co uk . but Manchester City represented the first stiff test in defence of their Premier League crown and it was City who delivered.4million signing from Hamburg was due to make a late return for pre-season training after starring in Germany's run to the World Cup semi-finals. the defensive blunders which are proving so difficult to eradicate continued to haunt Sir Alex Ferguson and his men. 'Before we have always looked strong.' ANCHESTER City can't win the Premier League league. The romantic in me always says Arsenal can do it. Then. losing 4-3 at Stamford Bridge. But after his short weekend runout. 'He needs to take things very softly because I don't think he is quite ready yet. Despite their 3-0 win against an out-of-sorts Liverpool. losing at Sunderland and drawing at horne to Blackburn convinced me this season Roberto Mancini's men would settle for a top-four finish. his Mauchester United side have yet to register an away league win so far this season and that should concern the manager. They have the quality but you can forget them this season.' said Belgian Boyata. Chelsea are three points clear at the top of the league but they also tumbled out of the Carling Cup to M Newcastle.' And the United captain added: 'Over the last few years we haven't given that many goals away or even allowed so many chances.' Meanwhile. Who is the reigning Commonwealth Games 100metres men's champion? '118Mod BjBSIj 'S :UOSIBM wO_L'G: 100G'1 :SJaMSU'o' many away goals. 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'We have to stop doing it. among his peers as a coach and will not be underestiruated by the likes of Sir Alex Ferguson. I am not even thinking about the number of appearances I will make. This season may prove too soon for City in terms of the title but I expect them to challenge and serve notice of their intent to shake up the Premier League's established order. Boateng finally made his debut as a late substitute in Saturday's win over Chelsea after an injuryplagued start to life at Eastlands.COM BLUESa.BET £5 FOR A £10 FREE BET JOIN NOW AT BLUESQ. Chelsea's soft start in terms of fixtures was the computer's fault. 2010 METROSPORT e Back in the frame: Boateng Boateng in contention for visit of Juventus ROBERTO MANCINI is debating whether to hand Jerome Boateng his first Manchester City start in Thursday's Europa League tie with Juventus at Eastlands. I have heard days off have been cancelled and double sessions are cornmon as he seeks to find the structure and fluency to get the best out of his stars. Manchester City are the new pretenders to the throne. can they? They currently sit in fourth place having beaten Chelsea on Saturday. as will their defensive frailties.' Back to basics: Nemanja Vidic 1. It's been a bizarre start to the season.patchy at best. condemning him to a further period of rehabilitation. Blues boss Mancini is considering naming the versatile defender in his XI for the visit of the Turin giants. United have a lot of work to do. In what year did Valencia last reach the final of the Champions League? 2. He is highly rated They have conceded seven goals in their past three league games. Vidic warns United to cut out errors NEMANJA VIDIC has ordered his Manchester United team-mates to cut out the defensive lapses that are blighting their season. 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' said Pavin after the US team landed in Cardiff. He will be ready for the next game after the international break. we all know that.' Wayne Rooney. believes this week's Ryder Cup is so evenly matched it will be decided by a single putt during the final day's singles ties. All the latest Ryder Cup news> P50-51 Ancelotti: Chelsea still have plenty in reserve Stay a little longer Save a little more Get more out of your holiday with bigger discounts when you book more nights *Discount available on hotel only bookings Some hotels require a minimum number of nights stayed and hotel element to offlight+hotel packages booked between 3rd September 2010 and 18th October 2010 for departures between 3rd September 2010 and 31st March 2011.' said Mikel. which forced his early exit from Sunday's 2-2 league draw at Bolton.' Despite Saturday's 1-0 Premier League defeat at Manchester City. Montgomerie's team are bidding to win back the trophy they lost at Valhalla in 2008 while the Americans. FRANK LAMPARD will miss Chelsea's Champions League clash with Marseille tonight and England's next Euro 2012 qualifier as he is still to recover from the groin operation he underwent at the end of August. are aiming to win their first Cup on foreign soil since their 1993 triumph at The Belfry. claims Monty EUROPE captain Colin Montgomerie. We have lost one game without him.Lampard setback for Blues By Kevin Aitken )One putt to win it. We have also scored a lot of goals but we can't wait to have him back. P55 skippered by Corey Pavin. has been ruled out of Manchester United's Champions League trip to Valencia tomorrow. is troubled by an ankle injury. The England striker. 'Frank ) And Rooney won't make Valencia trip cannot play. left.uk. Metro® The mark METRO is a registered trade mark of Associated Newspapers Ltd.' said the Chelsea boss. 'I think it will come down to a Sunday putt. 'We need to have more time than we expected for his rest. 'It is a massive loss for the team but we are coping well without him. The 32-year-old has been absent for a month but Ancelotti maintained he would not be in contention for a return until after the international break. Terms and Conditions apply. qualify for the discount rate. meanwhile. Blues boss Carlo Ancelotti ruled Lampard out of England's game with Montenegro on October 12 after insisting the midfielder needs more time to fully regain his fituess. 'Frank is an important player for this team. beset by media allegations about his private life aud yet to score from open play this season. 'It's going to come down to who makes the putts. ©Associated Newspapers Ltd. Places are limited so please confirm prices and availability at www. .' predicted Montgomerie ahead of Friday's opening four balls at Celtic Manor in Newport. south Wales. fellow Blues midfielder John Obi Mikel insists the club are coping without the talismanic Lampard.co.expedia. 2010.

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