mockturtle (hellblazer06) wrote,
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news digest


  • We miss out on iPod TV downloads

  • Financier in court on bestiality and cruelty charges

  • Why do we believe in God?

  • Exhibition's warning from history

  • Beaked dinosaur sheds new light on evolution of birds

  • Chinese take away the credit for inventing noodles

  • Ure so funny

  • Midge Ure Receives Honorary Doctorate

  • EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: NATHAN FILLION (SERENITY)

  • Lost


  • Wallace and Gromit cope with new curse

  • Be-were of rabbits

  • In brief: Cash role 'drove Phoenix to drink'

  • Serenity

  • Serenity Now

  • Serenity Interviews

  • 'Everyone thought I was out of my mind'

  • Whedon seeks return of 'gritty' sci-fi

  • Serenity

  • From Buffy to blockbuster of the year

  • Beam me up, Buffy

  • Chiwetel Ejiofor excels in two very different roles

  • Wallace and Gromit spook island

  • Limited movie runs: 'MirrorMask'

  • Gaiman

  • Bloody good and violent

  • Another sunrise

  • Power to the people

  • Now for a musical interlude

  • Monkey master

  • Cheese, Brad

  • WB cancels 'Just Legal'

  • Harsh reality

  • Reality TV 'dents' acting roles

  • When paparazzi snap back

  • The Baby Returns, Continuing to Reign

  • Study Finds Young Men Attending Fewer Films

  • David Frost joins al-Jazeera TV

  • Bono 'to play ageing rock star'

  • When dino-clods ruled the earth

  • Not your father's western

  • And it's good night from him: Ronnie Barker dies at 76

  • Comic with a fair knack for the quip

  • Comedian's smart move led to cult series

  • Nick the writer

  • The Evening Redness in the West

  • A winning proposition for Cave

  • Crowe to host Aussie film awards

  • A History of Violence

  • Sex drug better for species, too

  • Smurfs draw blood with anti-war message


  • TV1 - As Good As It Gets

  • Listed Art Deco pavilion gets new lease on life as pleasure palace

  • Blaze tears into longest pier

  • Wacky races: Pentagon funds race for driverless car

  • Sunday a day of rest no longer

  • Hoff

  • In Trafalgar Square, Much Ado About Statuary

  • Unmasked: the 'real Shakespeare'

  • Workplace for robots: PM under fire

  • In the News

  • Fire hits Wallace and Gromit sets

  • Why the ABC is a national disgrace

  • Russell Crowe a 'damaged weirdo'

  • Lack of sleep may lead to obesity, study finds
  • Wallace and Gromit: up in smoke

  • End is nigh, US preacher predicts
  • Once a school, now a grave

  • Thieves nip Kew's research in the bud

  • Mawson's mentor, in from the cold

  • Debbie Harry on aisle three


  • Viggo

  • The Trouble With Films That Try to Think

  • Madonna incurs the wrath of the rabbis

  • Wallace and Gromit's British warehouse burns

  • 'Gorgeous blondes only' for Branson's airline

  • Brosnan bitter over Bond

  • Hostess Hickory Sticks Smoked Flavour

  • Fire destroys Wallace and Gromit collection

  • It's a rotter's life outside the Buffy zone

  • Degas, Sickert and Toulouse-Lautrec in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries

  • Unmasked: the 'real Shakespeare'

  • Nudie

  • Supanova

  • History: lock, stock and barrel

  • More Flores 'Hobbits' described

  • A role model on set and in real life

  • Granny Smith

  • In the News

  • What the gossip mags said

  • FSF

  • UNICEF Snuffs Smurfs

  • Cool Money

  • Classic Songs and Sketches

  • The elephants' tale

  • Gang rapist's attacks unavoidable, says lawyer

  • Millions 'will flee degradation'

  • Quake sparks charity fatigue fear

  • Brosnan in Bond 'body blow'

  • Brit Actors
  • Daniel Craig

  • Daniel Craig

  • Daniel Craig

  • Daniel Craig

  • Daniel Craig

  • Daniel Craig

  • Daniel Craig

  • Daniel Craig

  • Life: a guide for the lost and friendless (read me)

  • Henry VIII wreck raised

  • Sex abuse no barrier to normal love life
  • Drought leaves Amazon basin in state of crisis

  • Dr Who scoops award nominations

  • Dino reputation 'is exaggerated'

  • Grow your own limbs healing hope

  • £10m to study how to regrow damaged limbs

  • Crichton's conspiracy theory

  • Backing for albatross campaign

  • Must biology punish those women who dare to be free? (read me)

  • When I was at school ... (read me)

  • Can't sleep? Blame your parents

  • Study reveals key to long life: stones and shells

  • Scientists track shark's 12,000-mile round-trip

  • Face to faith

  • One side can be wrong

  • Putting the psi into science

  • Doctor, doctor ...
  • China rues the sound of one hand tapping


  • Sharpe's Challenge

  • Robot to explore Great Pyramid's secret chamber

  • Oldest noodles unearthed in China

  • Raising of bow may solve mystery of the 'Mary Rose'

  • Los Angeles Files Recount Decades of Priests' Abuse

  • Sexual Slavery in Prison

  • Marketing of 'Narnia' Presents Challenge

  • What God Really Told Bush

  • In the News: James Bond, Oprah and More!

  • Clooney handpicked character actor to play 1950s icon of TV news

  • Ask Ausiello (Smallville, Alias)

  • Serenity (2005)

  • brit_actors

  • brit_actors

  • Tom Hollander

  • Tom Hollander

  • Hay

  • Lost

  • dharmaindustries.com
  • Yum Cha restaurants in Sydney
  • Hobbits turn out older, smaller, curiouser and curiouser

  • Bit of drama makes history more human
  • Check out the height of ferret fashion. Burberry has

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