If you give Photoshop-enabled laptops to the Mayhem & Fruit Beverage Suite bishes, this is what
you can expect to happen. We've learned this now and are trying to retrieve the computers, although
judging by the state of the intern who returned empty handed from the Suite a few moments ago, our
journey will be a long, hard one.
One of the most hilarious scenes ever on British TV.
There has been a bit of debate as to whether all the stuff about the war and the Germans etc.
should stop. It probably should. Remember, the first World War was paused for only a few hours and
that game of football commenced.
Love him or hate him, you have to admit, he's game for a laugh.
And Robbie Savage's personal journey on the British TV show 'Strictly Come Dancing' got off to a
cracking start last weekend when he and partner Ola Jordan successfully completed a foxtrot without
falling down or falling out with the officials.
MirrorFootball Podcast: Jeff Stelling, Oliver Holt and "Strictly" Savage
The MirrorFootball podcast is back for the new season bigger and better than ever! In this
week's show, MirrorFootball's Steve Anglesey catches up with the smoothest anchorman on British TV,
Soccer Saturday's Jeff Stelling, discusses the "Rooney Rule" with the Daily Mirror's Oliver Holt
and chats Strictly Come Dancing with player-turned-punfit-turned-ballroom dancer Robbie Savage.
LONDON, England â€” The soccer broadcasters who left the British TV station Sky Sports after they
were caught making sexist remarks have been hired by a sports radio show. Richard Keys and Andy
Gray will work a three-hour show every weekday for the London-based show TalkSport. Keys says "this
is the start of something new [.
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La Liga kicks off this weekend and on this week's main report we ask whether the Spanish League
is now better than the Premier League. Explanations of key terms are explained in
bold at the end of the transcript below.
Having not seen much British TV over the past three years and never having Sky Sports in England,
it's been great recently to watch Twenty/20 cricket on BBCiplayer. ...well until England got
I was only able to see the highlights package but that did for me as it brought back some good
British media regulator Ofcom announced today that it was delaying a decision on a planned Sky
pay-TV service for Freeview until a larger investigation into the enitre pay-TV market can be
completed later this summer. The announcement makes a full decision on the Sky
service unlikely before 2009.
The definitive book of the 1990 World Cup was All Played Out, the magnificent work by author
Pete Davies who beautifully captured the spirit of the tournament and summed up the magical journey
that England undertook against all odds and how they tragically fell at the last hurdle on the
dreaded penalty kicks.
The Ghost gets a new housemate You just don't get adverts of this calibre on British TV, especially
not starring the country's best footballers. The basic message is that you need to buy Gol TV if
you want to watch La Liga matches but along the way Andres Iniesta injures a bear, allows the bear
The dawn of the internet age has catapulted fantasy football into a global phenomenon with
millions of people watching the weekend's results coming in and simultaneously trying to calculate
how the events unfolding will affect their team.
With the internet the ease of use, graphics and statistics have revolutionised the industry that
started in the back of British newspapers such as the Telegraph and the Sun.
the centre circle right now, I wouldn't be surprised!" said the British TV commentator, almost
at the end of the Czech Republic vs. Turkey game last night. And neither would I......because I've
been watching football for (ahem) over 40 years....