Dateline: Susannah Straughan
A freelance copywriter and regular movie reviewer, I blog on Rafael Nadal and various other subjects under the moniker "notreallyworking". I've been published in The Guardian and the Radio Times, and I currently review for Sound on Sight and The Playground. Movie heaven: Sunset Blvd., The Graduate and the prime of Humphrey Bogart. Movie hell: the script was just an afterthought.
The superior speed of Aussie Cadel Evans has left him on the brink of victory in the 2011 Tour de France.
Day three of the French Open saw top seed Rafael Nadal survive a tense five-setter against the giant American John Isner.
Carlo Ancelotti became the latest Chelsea managerial casualty on the final day of the Premier League season.
A tribute to Seve Ballesteros — European golf's most charismatic and exciting performer.
With money too tight to mention, should the BBC really consider dropping Wimbledon or just cut back on the commentators?
Rafael Nadal tackled the home favorite at the Australian Open, while two top women players took a swipe at the media.
It's time to name and shame some of the sporting figures who didn't distinguish themselves in 2010.
Chelsea fans got the blues last week, as its assistant coach Ray Wilkins received his marching orders.
There was little to cheer about at Wembley, as England's footballers were frustrated by the minnows of Montenegro.
After a disastrous build up, can the XIX Commonwealth Games in Delhi offer sports fans something to cheer about?