Injury crisis? What injury crisis? Despite having seven first team players out, Chelsea tore Middlesbrough apart this afternoon by five goals to nil to stay top of the Premier League and boost their goal difference in the process.
In my blog yesterday I wrote that the Chinese authorities had rescinded press freedoms granted during the Olympic Games. It now appears that early reports from Beijing were too pessimistic and that I may have been wrong.
When Frank Lampard steps out onto the Riverside Stadium turf tomorrow afternoon, he will hit a very significant milestone. It will be his 380th appearance in the blue of Chelsea, drawing him level with the late Peter Osgood in terms of all time appearances made for the club.
They have traded barbs throughout the presidential campaign, but last night, the two candidates for the US presidency - John McCain and Barack Obama -Â put that aside and gave humorous speeches at the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner in New York.
The work of photojournalist Robert Capa will doubtlessÂ crop up in several modules during the course of the undergraduate degree, so here's a little taster courtesy of the BBC News web site. It's an audio slideshow featuring an exhibition of Capa's work that is opening at the Barbican. Worth a visit just for his extraordinaryÂ pictures of the D-Day Landings.