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Drogba keeps up scoring touch to keep Blues on United’s heels

Mar
04

The Daily Mirror indulged in some Photoshop work on its back page this morning, planting Chelsea manager Guus Hiddink’s face onto that of Kevin Keegan’s, stating he would ‘love it’ if Chelsea overturned Manchester United’s lead at the top of the Premier League and won the title.

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Politics Essay

Mar
03

Just to confirm again that the current essay DOES make up half of your assessment. If anyone has any queries about reading or anything else please come and see me Friday lunchtime. The journals are all accessible via the library website and there are more copies of some of the books which you can order from the other campuses, but I hope you will be generous and pass them around. If you wish to use further resources such as serious newspaper comment that is also fine.

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Scientists plan trip to visit E.T.

Feb
28

Never being one to shy away from scepticism, the thought of alien life has always been a tough act to sell. However, I was drawn in by a wonderful photo in The Telegraph, a panorama showing the Milky Way over Hawaii, and read the proceeding article. It is by the Science Correspondant, Richard Alleyne, who has spoken to scientists about the Sisyphean debate over extra-terrestrial life.

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Lightning strikes twice to keep Chelsea in title hunt

Feb
28

When Frank Lampard smashed home the winning goal against Stoke last month to complete a miraculous comeback, the turnaround looked set to be a pivotal moment in the Blues’ so far faltering season.

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Chelsea deny Wigan in smash and grab win

Feb
28

Chelsea 2-1 Wigan Athletic 

Terry 25           Kapo 82

Lampard 90

FRANK LAMPARD secured a dramatic late winner for Chelsea, as Guus Hiddink's 100% record was maintained at home to Wigan Athletic in a 2-1 win at Stamford Bridge.

Lampard rose highest to a Michael Ballack flick-on inside the penalty area, to loop the ball over onrushing Wigan goalkeeper Chris Kirkland, despite protests that the England midfielder had impeded ex-Blues defender Mario Melchiot in the process.

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The first CfJ Radio News Challenge

Feb
27

I've posted web versions of the 30-minute radio news programmes produced by two undergraduate teams yesterday. We'll have a full de-briefing session on Monday, but try to listen to them over the weekend to remind yourselves of your moments of glory. And infamy.

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Ivan and Iona

Feb
26

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Phil Harding to visit Centre for Journalism today

Feb
24

Phil Harding, former Today editor and former director of English networks and news for BBC World Service, is visiting the Centre for Journalism at lunchtime today to talk to undergraduate students about the power of radio.

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