Monthly Archives: October 2006

Q and Eh?

  Posted by Dom   The Christmas prize-giving season kicked off on Monday this week with the Q Awards – the magazine’s annual celebration of the great and the good in music.   We’ve been following the bash on our … Continue reading

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10 classic comedies

Posted by Paul This Thursday sees the long-awaited release of Sacha Baron Cohen’s brilliant new film ‘Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan’. Check out our Borat special for the trailer, review and other features. … Continue reading

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The headache of a headline

Posted by Laura ‘Madonna and child’ headlines have been doing the rounds for several days now. Her motives have been questioned, the adoption procedures highlighted as wavered, and the press have been clamouring for a glimpse of the boy who, … Continue reading

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A day in the life

Posted by Ian    We’ve been running our homepage blog for a few months now and, along with our fellow blogs across the various sections of the MSN UK website, hope to have lifted the lid on what we do why … Continue reading

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Suspect behaviour

Posted by Ian   Back for what was reputedly her final screen outing (though we’ve heard that before, of course) Jane Tennison stumbled, blubbed and soared her way through an epic Prime Suspect on ITV last night. Packing at least … Continue reading

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Is the world a less safe place following North Korea’s nuclear test?

  Have your say.   In yesterday’s blog, Ian detected the chill wind of the Cold War blowing once more. President Bush is now warning of "repercussions" in the wake of North Korea’s nuclear detonation. We asked for your thoughts, … Continue reading

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Re-kindling the Cold War

Posted by Ian   Do you feel less safe as a citizen of the world than you did 48 hours ago?   As I write there’s talk of North Korea, rather than backing down in the wake of its first … Continue reading

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