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1:05pm Friday 17th October 2014
SO KEVIN Pietersen's account of what he may or may not have texted about the England cricket team and who may or may not have said what when and to whom in the England dressing room is finally available for all to read, just in time for the Christmas shopping season.
9:02am Friday 17th October 2014
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12:42pm Thursday 16th October 2014
THE package arrived while we were away. Next morning I rode to the post office in the rain. It was a difficult shape, thin, squarish and bearing a sticker saying, 'Fragile'. I put in in the panniers and cycled on to work, still in the rain.
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12:36pm Thursday 2nd October 2014
IT COMES to something in this life when you find yourself agreeing with a Tory minister. This shocking state of affairs has arisen following the disgraceful behaviour of the Sunday Mirror newspaper with its sexting sting.
3:13pm Tuesday 30th September 2014
WHEN I was young, subjects picked apart and discussed at length on television tended to be hard-hitting. Things like global poverty, nuclear disarmament or environmental catastrophes were analysed on programmes such as Panorama or Horizon.
12:38pm Tuesday 23rd September 2014
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A FEW years ago I had a meeting in the Yorkshire Terrier pub in Stonegate. As we settled into the upstairs room, all the leading players on the council walked in. It was interesting to see who sat next to whom, and to see who sat alone in the busy crowd, talking to no one.
8:17am Thursday 18th September 2014
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2:38pm Friday 29th August 2014
IF YOUR bedtime reading choices say as much about you as your iTunes downloads – and we all know how important they are, because Top People like Barak Obama and, um, Gordon Brown, have shared their playlists (fyi, their faves are Jay-Z and Arctic Monkeys respectively) – then I’ve become a bit of a radical.
9:19am Thursday 28th August 2014
FIRST of all let’s qualify this thing. There is no way I would sit in a cinema and illegally record a film (too generally law-abiding/cowardly). Further, I am unlikely to ever watch Fast And Furious 6.
9:43am Tuesday 26th August 2014
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11:55am Friday 22nd August 2014
I ONCE read a book about painting seascapes. Goodness knows why I picked it out of the bookshelves — it must have been a very rainy Saturday in the days before internet and entertainment on tap 24 hours a day.
9:40am Thursday 21st August 2014
“WHO do you trust?” Four simple words, but what a lot of complication, obfuscation and bafflement this phrase has led us through. Yes, tonight sees the final episode of The Honourable Woman, the BBC2 political thriller that’s been the TV treat of the summer.
9:11am Tuesday 19th August 2014
WATCHING an advert recently, I genuinely believed the subject matter to be genuine. “Are you suffering from TSD?” a holidaymaker asked, before going on to describe the symptoms of Travel Selfie Disorder.
2:35pm Monday 18th August 2014
WE DIDN’T have to do cartwheels when we got our A-level results, that’s for sure. But now, it’s almost obligatory for flowing-locked teenagers to be pictured everywhere by their local newspaper photographer taking a spin on the school playing field.
10:49am Saturday 16th August 2014
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3:18pm Tuesday 12th August 2014
THE wine, the cheese, the fashion, the language – what’s not to like about France? Well, the cheese, for a start. I hate the stuff. But after a week in the capital city I’d certainly give the country’s other attributes a thumbs-up.
2:07pm Monday 11th August 2014
12:33pm Friday 8th August 2014
I'M just back from a visit to the homeland and a nostalgic trip down memory lane. A group of ex-schoolmates on Facebook had mooted the idea of tracking down our favourite teacher, David Griffiths, and taking him out for a beer or two in Edinburgh.
9:26am Thursday 7th August 2014
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