August 4, 2019

Wild Cherries explores theme of modern slavery

As with much of Daniel Keene’s work, there’s a tension between the radical contingency of the human situation and the intense dramatic craft.
August 4, 2019

Renting a simple seaside beach hut can cost more than a posh London pad

Holiday price shock as research shows it can be £3k a month to secure coastal shack
August 4, 2019

The 21-year-old loner who brought terror to house party where he murdered a sleeping toddler and battered his seven-year-old brother

A neighbour later described living next-door to Eric Yale as "like living next to a volcano"
August 4, 2019

Television preview: Les Norton

Fans love Les Norton for his lack of political correctness, for his rough but relatable associates, and for his ripping yarns.
August 3, 2019

Sancho stars as Dortmund down toothless Bayern to win German Super Cup

English winger Jadon Sancho starred for Borussia Dortmund on Saturday to help his side beat rivals Bayern Munich 2-0 to win their sixth DFL Super Cup and claim early bragging rights in the curtain raiser for the German Bundesliga.
August 3, 2019

Fulham to investigate alleged racist incident involving family of defender

Championship side Fulham said they are investigating an incident among their fans after defender Cyrus Christie said his sister was hit and racially abused during their 1-0 defeat by Barnsley on Saturday.
August 3, 2019

Man United beat AC Milan on penalties in Cardiff

Manchester United beat AC Milan 5-4 on penalties after their International Champions Cup match in Cardiff's Millennium Stadium ended 2-2 in regulation time on Saturday.
August 3, 2019

Japan’s Shibuno storms into two-shot lead at Women’s British Open

Japan's Hinako Shibuno will take a two-shot lead heading into the final round of the Women's British Open in Milton Keynes after carding a five-under 67 to move to 14 under on Saturday.
August 3, 2019

Smith again frustrates England to leave test finely balanced

Steve Smith's unbeaten 46 helped Australia recover to 124-3 in their second innings before bad light stopped play with the tourists 34 runs ahead at the end of day three of the first Ashes test at Edgbaston.
August 3, 2019

Smith in ominous form and could decide tense Ashes test

Steve Smith has scored almost half of Australia's runs himself in the first Ashes test at Edgbaston, with how he performs on day four likely to have a big say in who gains the early advantage in the series.
August 3, 2019

Bury’s first two League One fixtures suspended over debts

Bury have had their first two matches of the season against Milton Keynes Dons and Accrington Stanley suspended after the third-tier club failed to provide a viable plan to settle their debts, the English Football League (EFL) has said.
August 3, 2019

Williams have turned a page, says jubilant Russell

Formula One rookie George Russell hailed a breakthrough for struggling former champions Williams on Saturday after he moved off the back row of the starting grid and qualified 15th in Hungary.