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ESPN lose the Prem: Sky Sports and BT score in bumper �3bn deal
BT were the shock winners last night as the next record-breaking Premier League television saw ESPN kicked into touch. League chief executive Richard Scudamore unveiled the stunning deal which will see income from domestic live rights rise to a ...
Early 20th Century Britain seen from the sky
Sheffield Wednesday beat West Brom in the 1935 FA Cup Final at Wembley, which was demolished in 2003. The new stadium was reopened in 2007.
Interview: Peter Holsapple on The dB's reunion album, Falling Off The Sky
Gradually, they began recording new material with longtime cohorts Scott Litt and Mitch Easter, and the result is the vibrant and wonderfully inspired Falling Off The Sky (out 12 June via Bar None Records), an album that feels like a natural ...
People of the Midlands light their Diamond Jubilee Beacons for The Queen
In Nottingham, a Beacon was lit across the water, in Dudley at a Hindu Temple, and in Buxton, one of the smallest schools in the country played their part in the Diamond Jubilee Beacon chain.
Diamond Jubilee: A stripped-down Royal Family remodels itself for an age of ...
Tornado in region
It wasn't just the rain that people commented on. Cath told us it's “very humid in Filey… don't like storms but we NEED one”.
Welsh allotments win international recognition
This afternoon the President of the International Allotment Movement has visited The Bron Fair Allotments, in Maesteg. The project has been praised for the work it does encouraging people with visual impairments to garden.
Thunderstorm halts Ukraine v France match
Lightning is seen on the sky above the Donbass Arena during the Group D Euro 2012 soccer match Ukraine vs France in Donetsk Photo: Reuters.
Queen watches star-studded Diamond Jubilee concert
The Queen watched a star-studded Diamond Jubilee Concert outside Buckingham Palace on Sunday evening featuring pop music legends from the last 60 years.
RBS boss on NatWest banking problems: 'A corner has been turned'
The chief executive of NatWest's owner RBS, has today reassured customers that "a corner has been turned" as it wades through a backlog of transactions following last week's IT meltdown.
Switzerland unveil world's first doubledecker cable car
The Swiss have taken cable cars to new heights with the launch of the world's first open-air doubledecker cable car system, offering spectacular views of the Swiss Alps.