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'Tis the season for sprains and strains. Having just finished seeing the trainers at Wimbledon diagnose a problem then treat it in only three minutes, it is now time for the Olympic physios and their ilk to do their bit. I asked my physio what is the...
The Daily: July 20
Cab conversion A London cab driver has come up with a creative alternative to trawling through traffic during the Olympics, while still earning money and generating a business. David Weekes has transformed his traditional black cab by fitting in a...
Radio Reviews: 20 July
As I type these words, I am listening to Iain Purdon reading the last news bulletin from Bush House, being vacated by the BBC World Service after 72 years. I visited once, years ago, and my main recollection is of the overwhelming brownness of its...
The Daily
BBC team is a match for Team GB The number of BBC staff being sent to broadcast at the Olympics this year is far larger than Team GB, with 765 staff at the event compared to 550 athletes in the GB team. The number of staff at the UK Olympics is 55%...
The Daily: January 22
Prince Charles pops to the local for a pint We all enjoy a drink to wind down after work, and the Royals it seems, are no exception. Yesterday, Prince Charles re-opened Toxteth’s local community centre, ‘The Florence Institute’, fondly referred to as...
Television Reviews: 10 August
At last the proper television is back. From the moment the title sequence of Accused (BBC One, Tuesday at 9pm) kicks in, you know you're dealing with some quality drama. It's one of those montages of cast members' faces that will have you nodding...
The Daily: July 27
Opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics begins Tonight at 9pm, billions of viewers around the world will unite to watch the magnificent opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics. The Queen will open the three-and-a-half hour ceremony, where the...
The Daily: July 25
Olympics kick off with women’s football With just two days before the official opening ceremony in London, the Olympics kicks off with women’s football in Wales today. Team Great Britain will take on New Zealand at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium, marking...
The Daily: February 10
90 years of waiting and now finally a first win for team GB! A Cinderella story as chalet maid turned Olympic bronze medallist makes history at Sochi 2014 Olympic Games, earning Team GB teir first ever win at the Winter Olympics games. Jenny Jones was...
The Daily: November 27
BBC Sports Personality of the Year Announced The shortlist has been announced and our Olympics leviathans will be battling it out later this year to be crowned BBC Sports Personality of the Year. 2012 has proved a golden year for British sport and the...
The Daily: December 17
Can you speak cow? The term ‘moo’ is used very commonly when we attempt to sound like a cow; but have you ever stopped to wonder what it means? Probably not. However, for the past 10 months researchers at Nottingham University have been studying the...
The Daily: July 19
London 2012 Olympics have inspired the UK A new report suggests that the UK economy has seen a £9.9bn boost in trade and investment from hosting the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games and it is estimated that the total benefit to the UK will be...
The Daily: August 10
Olympic Roundup Yesterday bought yet more gold medals for Team GB. The 13th day of London 2012 saw British Nicola Adams become first ever female boxing champion of the Olympic Games when she took gold against Ren Cancan of China. Britain’s youngest...
The Daily: August 9
Olympic round-up Yesterday saw a short break in Team GB's medal rush. The British women's hockey team was knocked out of the semi-finals, losing 2:1 to Argentina. Argentina will now go on to compete against New Zealand in the Bronze medal match on...
The Daily: August 6
Stolen Matisse Painting worth £2 million recovered There is delight for those in the art world as the stolen 1925 masterpiece by Matisse entitled ‘Odalisque in Red Pants’ has been recovered. It was uncovered by FBI agents in Florida, who posed as art...
The Daily: July 31
Hats off to London In celebration of the best of British millinery talent, famous landmark statues across central London have been adorned with special headwear adorned in honour of the new project Hatwalk, created by Philip Treacy and Stephen Jones....
Television Reviews: 27 July
There's no avoiding it any more. The Olympics is upon us. For the next two weeks, readers of The Lady with a predilection for watching assorted disciplines of physical excellence are pretty well covered for televisual entertainment. As the events are...
The Daily: 23 July
Victory for Britain This week has been victorious for Britain as cyclist Bradley Wiggins triumphantly won the prestigious Tour de France tournament. Wiggins crossed the finish line on the Paris Boulevard after racing a grand total of 2173 miles for...
The Daily: July 16
Henry Moore sculpture stolen Henry Moore’s “Sundial” sculpture, worth approximately £500,000, has been stolen from The Henry Moore Foundation in Much Hadham, Herts. The 22-inch high sculpture is believed to have disappeared between Tuesday afternoon...
Book Reviews: 19th August
OUT NOW Possession: The Curious History Of Private Collectors From Antiquity To The Present by Erin L Thompson (Yale University Press, £20) ‘Almost everyone has formed a collection, however small,’ writes American academic Thompson in this fascinating...

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