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Johannesburg’s Night To Remember: Spain Reigns In 2010 World Cup Final

The 2010 FIFA World Cup Final brought Spanish joy, Dutch disgrace and the Spanish Royal seal of approval. Read More »

They Think It’s All Ova: Wimbledon 2010, Day 8

The Wimbledon quarter-finals saw Venus Williams undone by an unheralded star from the east. Read More »

Wimbledon 2010: Of Shrieks, Spaniards, And Serena

Will the players, the spectators, or the technology make the biggest impact at the world's greatest tennis tournament? Read More »

Is Women’s Tennis Just Pants?

Can the stars of women's tennis prove that they are more than just window dressing? Read More »

Andy Murray: A Rage to Whinge

British tennis fans hold their breath as Andy Murray tries to sulk his way to Grand Slam glory. Read More »

Hell on Wheels

Uneasy riders: why bicycles on the sidewalks are a recipe for disaster. Read More »

Theatre Review (London): Posh at Royal Court Theatre

Posh boys go wild: Laura Wade's provocative play depicts the arrogance of youth in full flight. Read More »

You Can’t Count on Me

A fatal combination of inefficiency and excessive politeness prevented some British voters from exercising their democratic rights. Read More »

All Dressed Up: Why Clothes Mean Business in the Movies

Whey getting dressed in the movies can be a lot more revealing than letting it all hang out. Read More »

Movie Review: Don’t Worry About Me

British actor David Morrissey moves behind the camera with a love letter to his home city of Liverpool. Read More »