Assuming newsnight is required, the following results were found.

The Daily: June 18
Goodbye to Blackpool's deckchairs Blackpool council have sold off the holiday resort's iconic deckchairs, after saying the 6,000 chairs had been mothballed for the past three years. The council added that the resort's remodelled sea front will have...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/4359-the-daily-june-18-2014
The Daily: June 19
Jeremy Paxman waves farewell to Newsnight Jeremy Paxman presented his final edition of BBC's Newsnight last night, after 25 years of fronting the show. Paxman, 63, announced his departure in April, claiming that he wanted to "go to bed at much the same...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/4361-the-daily-june-19-2014
The Daily: May 1
Bob Hoskins dies at the age of 71 Describing himself, the ever humble Hoskins said "I'm a short, fat middle aged man with a broken nose and a bald head". However, despite what he considered to be a man with a "face like a damaged potato", Hoskins made...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/4178-the-daily-may-1-2014
The Daily: September 25
Streisand steals the show for the tenth time Barbra Streisand has made history by becoming the first performer ever to have a No. 1 album in each of the past six decades. Her latest album "Partners" topped the US Billboard 200 chart this week making...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/4737-the-daily-september-25-2014
Dragons’ Den
What has happened to Dragons’ Den (Sunday, BBC2, 8pm)? I’m not knocking it, mind you, but I remember the series starting out as a relatively sober-minded platform for budding entrepreneurs to present their ideas for due consideration and possible...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/11071-dragons-den
The Christmas Book Guide 2016
FICTION NUTSHELL by Ian McEwan (Jonathan Cape, £16.99) McEwan is on top form in this tale of adultery, greed and murder with references to Hamlet, narrated by a baby boy in utero. While his mother and paternal uncle hatch their evil plans, said foetus...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/10368-the-christmas-book-guide-2016
National Treasure
Strutting purposefully across our television screens with never a hair out of place or a word mispronounced, newsreader and presenter Fiona Bruce has become a fixture of Sunday-night viewing. Currently she is on the trail of lost works by great artists...
http://www.lady.co.uk/people/8982-national-treasure
The Daily: April 28
Audrey Hepburn crowned most stylish Brit of all time Audrey Hepburn has been named the most stylish Briton of all time. The actress beat Royal competition to take the top prize, leaving Princess Diana at number two and the Duchess of Cambridge fourth....
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/8741-the-daily-april-28-2015
The Daily: January 7
Latest waterproofing technology After years of extensive research in laboratories across the globe, Scientists have commercialised a simple spray on solution that immediately waterproofs materials by turning them into 'superhydrophobic' surfaces;...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/3584-the-daily-january-7-2014
Radio Review: 1 November
I’ve managed to avoid the spectacle of Paxo interviewing Russell Brand on Newsnight. I have the feeling that it would all sound far too much like Lewis Macleod’s impersonation of Brand being interviewed in his BBC Radio Scotland show, Lewis Macleod’s...
http://www.lady.co.uk/component/content/21-culture/television-film/3245-radio-review-1-november?Itemid=125
Radio Review: 24 May
We’re not at the stage where all the archive recordings of our broadcast heritage are available, but a lot of progress has been made – 20 years ago, the BBC’s iPlayer would have been science fiction. I received an invitation to join a trial for an...
http://www.lady.co.uk/component/content/21-culture/television-film/2372-radio-review-24-may?Itemid=125
Radio Review: 14 September
The announcers on BBC Radio 4 are a big part of what makes the network special. So when I heard the news that Harriet Cass and Charlotte Green are leaving next year, having taken voluntary redundancy, I nearly dropped my mug of coffee in shock. I live...
http://www.lady.co.uk/component/content/21-culture/television-film/1019-radio-review-14-september?Itemid=125
Radio Reviews: 10 August
If I ever host a radio phone-in, the first topic I'll want to discuss is whether the people who give their opinion on such programmes should be allowed access to telecommunications equipment. Mean-spirited, ill-informed and never troubled by...
http://www.lady.co.uk/component/content/21-culture/television-film/817-radio-reviews-10-august?Itemid=125

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