Is the “39th game” in the Premier League madness?

Gareth Thomas Football, Football features Leave a Comment

The Premier League is the most watched football division in the World. The official website give stats of 4.7 billion viewers in a season across 212 territories and shown in 643m homes. The money made from broadcasting rights amount to £1.2 billion over a three-year cycle as the Premier League is now more lucrative then any other. However one issue that has …

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Top 10 British Lidos – five you can swim in now and five we have lost #SwimmingWeek

Harry Finegold Must read, Swimming Week, Trending Leave a Comment

There was a time when pretty much every decent sized town in England boasted a Lido or two. Late thirties London, before the Luftwaffe arrived, boasted over fifty open air swimming pools. Many of them were originally built in a glorious kitschy Art Deco style in the early part of that decade funded largely by the government and local authorities who …

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Nylon February 2008-The Kills

Will Reid Heroes and Celebrities Leave a Comment

If you read the titles of the latest Nylon cover; “London Calling,” “Get inspired by the coolest city in the World!” and “Brilliant British Beauty from the Queen to Kate Moss,” you would be forgiven for thinking this was just another ‘Cool Britannia’ issue where the rich and famous club kids, models and Skins extras give bullet-point answers to mediocre interviews and direct us on a wild goose chase that eventually leads to some dingy old club.

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