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Articles from Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England) (May 17, 2015)

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? CRICKET; SPORT IN BRIEF. 566
? CYCLING; SPORT IN BRIEF. 879
7 stars who can carry a tune; Gwyneth Paltrow and/Huey Lewis in Duets (2000). 230
7of the best car chase movies. 231
A fantasy for adults that's pure magic. 858
A feast you will want to share; ALEX HIBBERT has a culinary epiphany at Holbeck Ghyll and just can't keep it to himself. 960
A trip back in time. 162
Accident plea for witnesses. 144
ACCOUNTANT'S LIFE IN THE MURKY WORLD OF FRAUD IS REAL THRILLER. 637
AFTER 19 FOSTER AND CHILDREN'S HOMES, PRINCE'S TRUST TURNED MY LIFE AROUND; Joel Fields went into care at the age of six, moved to NINETEEN different foster carers and children's homes and got in trouble with the law. So how come he's just been given a Prince's Trust award by Prince Charles? ZOE CHAMBERLAIN reports... 1468
albums. 315
All O-Kay as show hits the fast lane; Bevan on the box. 550
also showing. 425
BBC split on women's footy. 131
beauty tips. 179
best awards. 173
best food. 125
best sport. 111
best variety. 107
Bevan's ALBUMS OF THE WEEK. 286
Brits battling it out to be king of Spain. 377
Brum's airport has been left standing; NOSTALGIA LETTERS&. 120
Cathedral is in full bloom. 137
CHAMPION BUNNY BROKE THROUGH WALL OF PREJUDICE; It is 40 years since Bunny Johnson became the first black British heavyweight champ, but the 68-year-old has lost none of his rapier sharpness. MIKE LOCKLEY reports... 1378
CRACKDOWN ON DEADLY TRADE IN TURKISH WEAPONS. 590
DIVERS FIND 2 SAFES AT BOTTOM OF RESERVOIR; (along with a buggy, toilet, sun lounger, skateboards, golf clubs and trolleys!). 365
Dominic hoping long season will go on in Toulon. 597
Dynamo powers up for Ripon. 319
ENGLAND STAR: I WAS ASHAMED TO ADMIT I WAS A FOOTBALLER. 516
Extreme TT rockets ahead. 221
Federer lines up Djokovic clash; TENNIS. 400
Fired-up Saints show poor Villa no mercy. 212
For stars hotel; ROZ LAWS heads for Barbados where Birds Of A Feather star Pauline Quirke's new drama academy lets children take centre stage on holiday. 1063
Frenzy of excitement at new arrival on the village green! 1054
Gaby's delight at hosting big night again. 159
games with Steve Wollaston. 662
Get a slice of the buttie action; It's British sandwich week so we have been exploring the best sandwich shops in Birmingham. Here's GRAHAM YOUNG'S selection of five of the best. 878
Get away from it all... and wake up by Cornish beach. 285
Gluten free but gourmet; Giancarlo Caldesi has given up two of his favourite foods - sugar and wheat - to stay healthy. KATE WHITING joins the chef for a masterclass in healthy cooking. Recipe 649
GOLF; SPORT IN BRIEF. 880
grapevine. 459
Hall plays host to classic cars. 132
HIT FOR 6 BUT SAFE! Mixed emotions for Sherwood as Villa ripped apart SOUTHAMPTON 6 VILLA 1. 230
HOLLINSHEAD HOPING BRITISH OWNERS KICKSTART A FRENCH REVOLUTION... 546
HORROR SHOW ENDS ON GOOD NOTE FOR VILLA. 556
Hugs for Stephen SPECIAL DAY. 152
Hunt for robber after barman, 67, attacked and left tied up overnight. 169
I HAD A 'CLEAN SLATE' SAYS KP. 475
I WANT TO BE No1 AND MAKE A HERO PROUD. 674
I'm still the same girl I was before X Factor... X Factor finalist Ella Henderson laughingly tells MARION McMULLEN about how going on the road with Take That is the ultimate warm-up for her forthcoming debut headline UK tour later this year. 923
Is your dog a top Scruff? 105
It may be a surprise but I don't have a talent for acrobatics; Having stolen the show first time round, Rebel Wilson is back on cringeworthy form for Pitch Perfect 2. The Aussie tells SHEREEN LOW about her conditions for signing up, which naturally included a musical solo and a steamy shower scene... 1064
IT'S CUSTARD SCREAMS AS MUM FINDS 'MOTH' IN TOT'S POT. 328
It's Gunner be tough so back draw. 440
JOE'S THE MAN FOR ENGLAND. 566
JOSE FACING A FIGHT TO STAY AT TOP - PULIS. 470
late deals. 169
Life begins at 40 for blogger mum; Most people write bucket lists towards the end of life. ZOE CHAMBERLAIN meets a mum who has come up with 40 things to do in your forties. 1067
Macmillan nurses' vital role for 40 years; NOSTALGIA LETTERS&. 154
MAXED OUT; MAD MAX: FURY ROAD (3D) (15) ..... 1249
MOTORCYCLING; SPORT IN BRIEF. 285
MOTORSPORT; SPORT IN BRIEF. 255
Mutual pat on the back for men in charge. 466
NOSTALGIA: A BYGONE AGE OF BIRMINGHAM CITY CENTRE. 237
Palace wreck Gerrard's Reds farewell show; PREMIER LEAGUE ROUND-UP. 704
Park up, sit back and... relax. 118
Pearson proud as Foxes finish their rescue act; SUNDERLAND 0 LEICESTER 0. 769
Police hunt rail vandals. 131
Police swoop on suspect car. 150
PRIDE OF BRUM IS BACK TO HONOUR HEROES. 450
proper Charlie; Letters reveal prince is. Letter to the editor 591
PS1.6M HOME WAS WORK OF MAN BEHIND LIBRARY. 543
PS15,000 TO FLY HOME BODY OF DAUGHTER KILLED IN FIREBALL. 706
QE HOSPITAL FACES CAR PARKING CRISIS; Families tell of nightmare as patient numbers triple in 5 years. 603
quick quiz. 283
Reconstruction in hunt for car jacker who left OAP badly hurt. 333
Record Prem points racked up by Potters. 468
Reggae star forced to pull plug on tour. 164
Restaurant shut over 'illegal parties'. 125
Revamped C4 is a smooth operator. 788
RUGBY UNION; SPORT IN BRIEF. 174
SATURDAY'S TV; CHOICE. 104
Scrap the BBC licence fee and I'll spend the dosh on takeaways. 866
Sharm-ing experience; CATHRINA HULSE takes a break in Sharm El Sheikh and makes a new friend. 895
SHERWOOD'S SHOCKED BY LOUSY HALF. 375
SHOCK FIGURES AS ARRESTS FOR BEGGING SOAR. 431
Sick rape joke comic city gig. 141
soap box. 316
Squandering sports talent is our habit. 216
Strange that so many MPs' iPads failed. 204
Strongarm tactics of charity chuggers; NOSTALGIA LETTERS&. 176
Supermarkets are off their trolley; NOSTALGIA LETTERS&. 197
TEEN'S SOCCER DREAMS WERE SHATTERED BY MINDLESS ACT OF THUGGERY. 1122
TENNIS; SPORT IN BRIEF. 125
Theatre drama as mum collapsed; NOSTALGIA LETTERS&. 118
Tiny bites cake in a mug. Recipe 144
Tom ensures the champions are gone for Burton! BIRMINGHAM LEAGUE. 412
Tuilagi will play for Tigers again, says Cockerill. 490
TV CHOICE. 308
tv films. 193
UFMOTOWN! Marvin Gaye impersonator spots fleet of strange craft in the sky over Brum. 465
UKIP fallout has history. 113
Victory for transgender woman in battle with NatWest. 261
We must lead from the front insists Drury; SPEEDWAY. 399
WEDNESDAY'S TV CHOICE. 108
Wenger: We can match big guns. 249
Why no TV coverage of our great 10k run? NOSTALGIA LETTERS&. 117
Why we need a Boris to stand up for the Midlands. 414
Wiggins' hopes are gone with the wind; CYCLING. 277
Win the ultimate Paul McCartney gig experience; COMPETITION. 214

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