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Peevish and Butt-head

"Underpaid" snooker players, cheating cricketers and foolish administrators bring the world of sport into disrepute. Read More »

Desiccated Housewives

An large injection of Sue Sylvester-style emoting is what the small screen really needs — not more Botox. Read More »

Burn After Reading: Embracing the E-book

As Amazon's latest Kindle hits the UK, even ardent bibliophiles may now begin to see e-books in a new light. Read More »

Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is still not talking to the BBC as he fumes about what he sees as corporate "arrogance." Read More »

J.K. Simmons Cuts to the Chase

Actor J.K. Simmons shows how to get straight to the point in roles like J. Jonah Jameson in the Spider-Man movies. Read More »

Three Lions, One Tiger, No Becks

Who really deserved to be booed on the night that the England football team returned to action at Wembley? Read More »

iEnvy: Trivia, Tantrums and Tantalum

Carping on about "selfish" iPad users deflects attention from the disturbing truth behind the manufacture of the gadgets we love. Read More »

Chain Reaction: The Climax Of The Tour de France

The final stages of the Tour de France saw another Spanish victory in a summer rich with sporting success. Read More »

Requiem for the Acronym

Acronyms were once a neat and sophisticated shortcut to creating memorable names, but now they're just becoming childish. Read More »

Shrek Forever After: Louis Oosthuizen Wins 139th Open Championship

The final day of the 139th Open Championship saw the opposition crumble before South Africa's latest golfing giant. Read More »