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Articles from Sunday Sun (Newcastle, England) (February 16, 2020)

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" "It's a fine line to make racism funn. People can see 'that dude's got problems; Intelligence, written by and starring Nick Mohammed, sees David Schwimmer play a bigoted American agent working at GCHQ. GEORGIA HUMPHREYS asks them about finding humour in difficult subjects and why the role is a cathartic one for David. GEORGIA HUMPHREYS 873
' He's a top-drawer player ... he had ' ' everything; Team-mates and former managers tell why new boy Rose is a top deal PRAISE FOR LOAN LATEST SIGNING. Ciaran Kelly 1121
'I'm not done here', insists injured Willems. 353
'Too early' to make call on future of new arrivals. 371
7 tv films of the week. 501
7of the best... JIM CARREY FILMS. 429
A cool choice in a heatwave; PAMELA HOEY ENJOYS A BREAK ON A FRENCH PENINSULA AND SAMPLES 'LA VIE BELLE'. PAMELA HOEY 887
A victory for league leaders. Keith Hamblin 292
also showing. 335
An even greater Discovery! Adam Gray 455
ANALYSIS. 605
Anchors secure their position at top of table; NORTHERN LEAGUE DIVISION ONE. 169
BABY DEFIES EXPECTATIONS TO SURVIVE. Kieran Murray Reporter kieran.murray@reachplc.com 245
bevan on the box; nathan bevan casts a critical eye over the week's tv. nathan bevan 550
Boss welcomes Ritchie/Rose riddle. 301
Bruce backs call to scrap cup over player fatigue. 390
Bruce eyes attacking style for transfer window. 392
Cats defended like their lives depended on it to take 3 points; Oxford United 0 Sunderland 1. Craig Johns Sunderland Writer craig.johns@reachplc.com 801
Cats won but we played better, says Oxford boss. 288
Cats' eyes on first as good run continues; Praise from boss for team effort and character. James Hunter 687
Charlotte's long-distance love affair. 253
Cilaos Emery justifies odds. 198
Confident comeback for struggling Shields; Grantham Town 1 SOUTH SHIELDS 3 NPL PREMIER. 437
Contracts, deals and trawling the lower leagues talent pool; NUFC NOTEBOOK + + NUFC NOTEBOOK+ NUFC NOTEBOOK +NUFC NOTEBOOK + +. 692
Coronavirus patients out of hospital; UK'S FIRST VICTIMS FULLY RECOVERED. Kathryn Riddell Reporter kathryn.riddell@reachplc.com 557
Crash victim's daughter pays tribute to dad; KILLER DRIVER IS JAILED. Kathryn Riddell Reporter kathryn.riddell@reachplc.com 657
Crook deserve their three points with impressive eight-goal win over title favourites West Allotment Celtic; Northern League Division Two. Mark Carruthers 693
Daly commits to Saracens in wake of salary row. 524
Dark romance; It's all about leather, lace and roses this season, says KATIE WRIGHT. KATIE WRIGHT 380
Dennis wreaks havoc across country; NORTH EAST ALSO HIT AS STORM SWEEPS THROUGH. Catherine Wylie Reporter scoop.sundaysun@ncjmedia.co.uk 766
Draw lifts Carlisle 13 points from relegation; Crawley town 0 CARLISLE UNITED 0 CUMBRIANS GIVE SURVIVAL HOPES BOOST. 1000
Eagles have wings clipped after heavy Midlands loss; INTERIM BOSS FURIOUS WITH STARS AFTER VALENTINE'S DAY MASSACRE. Jeff King 488
EDDY'S LAST 5. 153
EMMA (U). 175
England keeping faith with Buttler. 264
Enjoy the freedom a campervan offers. 238
Every second is a bonus for us - Leona-Grace is our little miracle. 607
FINISH IT! FALCONS COACH CALLS FOR TEAM TO KEEP UP PRESSURE ON OPPONENTS RIGHT TO THE DEATH. 803
Fire crews called to blaze on boat; SMOKE FILLS THE AIR OVER STADIUM. Kathryn Riddell Reporter kathryn.riddell@reachplc.com 223
Fitting finale for Ayresome Park as fans' favourites take a bow. Eric Paylor's views 1266
Forest snatch a draw in added time; CHAMPIONSHIP. 344
Hatters strike a maddening blow to Boro's hopes of league survival; MIDDLESBROUGH...................................................0 LUTON TOWN ............................................................... .1. 874
Have a fakeaway; Ditch your Friday night takeaway for a healthier alternative at home, writes ELLA WALKER. ELLA WALKER Recipe 855
Heartily disappointed; No love lost as restaurant berates Valentine no-shows. Barbara Hodgson Reporter barbara.hodgson@reachplc.com 385
Heed ride out the storm and manage to hold back rivals; GATESHEAD ................................................................................................................................. ................................................................................................................................ 0 KIDDERMINSTER ....................................................... .0. Jeff Bowron 1121
History could repeat itself with Welsh win - Halfpenny. 352
Hopes rest on talismanic Maximin for Emirates trip. 477
Horden avoid pitfalls of past two games; WEARSIDE LEAGUE. 190
I felt like an old woman... I was miserable and in pain; MUM LOSES FIVE STONES IN 11 MONTHS. Lisa Hutchinson Reporter lisa.hutchinson@reachplc.com @lisachron 607
Issue understood, not yet solved. 233
Jim's cock-a-hoop over new hobby. Rachael Nichol Reporter rachael.nichol@reachplc.com 395
Karting series kicks off with packed schedule; Burning RUBBER. 180
King's ready to get back to winning. 485
Klopp sorry for Pep as City set to fight UEFA. 621
Lamborghini link a new challenge; Burning RUBBER North motor sport with ZOE BURN. 436
late deals. 374
Late winner puts Exeter joint top with Swindon. 326
Main Mane is back to fire Reds past Norwich. 538
manager Bolam 'over moon' at tie opportunity; FA VASE. 375
McIlroy happy with his game management as he closes gap; Golf. 388
Moeen to fight for his Test place. 524
MPs hacked off over Ofcom role. Party Lines NORTH POLITICS WITH JON WALKER 487
Mum gets breast cancer all-clear only to endure brain tumours; She can't know how long she has left. Kieran Murray Reporter kieran.murray@reachplc.com 467
No update for Toon boss on takeover bids or Longstaff. 302
North's non-league talents who are tipped for success. Mark Carruthers 793
on the grapevine; SAM WYLIE-HARRIS ON... WINTER COCKTAILS TO WARM THE COCKLES. 356
ONTHE RADAR. 276
Outsider steps it up. 589
Parkinson's men keep pressure on with another win; OXFORD UNITED................................................................................................................0 SUNDERLAND ...............................1. James Hunter at the Kassam Stadium 802
PICKS of the week; YOUR CAN'T-MISS TV SHOWS FOR THE NEXT SEVEN DAYS. 386
Police bid to revoke pub's drink licence. Ian Johnson Reporter ian.johnson@reachplc.com @IANJOHNSONCHRON 610
QUICK QUIZ; TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF TRIVIA AND CURRENT EVENTS. 248
Reekie's on a roll with Grand Prix win; ATHLETICS. 266
Relief for Hatters boss as run of losses is over. 336
Show of love for Leadbitter. 174
soap dish. 374
SONIC BOON; Jim Carrey gets another chance to run wild as villain Dr Robotnik in the new Sonic The Hedgehog movie. He talks to LAURA HARDING about why he refuses to slow down and how he views his lasting comedic legacy. LAURA HARDING 938
sound judgement; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 326
Spartans' hopes of survival dwindle; BLYTH SPARTANS 0 ALTRINCHAM 3. Aaron Hindhaugh 253
SPYCIES (PG). 153
Storms give chasing pack advantage as top three stall; Northern Alliance. 418
System is failing to meet his potential. Hannah Graham Reporter hannah.graham@reachplc.com 715
tech NOW; JUSTIN CONNOLLY REPORTS ON SAMSUNG'S LATEST RELEASES. 432
Teen stabbed after altercation at football game. 172
THE NORTH EAST IN 1980; A revolution in transport 40 years ago. David Morton Writer david.morton@reachplc.com 737
The pies have it; There's nothing like a warming pastry treat when it's cold outside. Here are some to tempt your tastebuds. 287
The speedy hedgehog's big screen debut proves a surprisingly sharp affair thanks to a witty script and Jim Carrey's over-the-top villainy. SONIC THE HEDGEHOG (PG) ..... BY CHRISTOPHER HUNNEYSETT 345
THE SPY'S THE LIMIT. 174
There is a stigma for men, but every time I tell a new person I was a victim of domestic abuse, it gets a little bit easier. Sophie Doughty Crime reporter sophie.doughty@reachplc.com 812
three to see; Missed it at the cinema or on TV? We round up the best streaming and DVD releases of the week. 342
travel buzz; the latest news from the world of tourism. 172
travel buzz; the latest news from the world of tourism. 281
Twiston-Davies weathers storm for unlikely win. 190
Victims face vile abuser in court; SHAMED EX-COUNCILLOR ADMITS CHARGES. Rob Kennedy Court reporter rob.kennedy@reachplc.com 631
We can't get carried away yet - Tunstall. 312
We'll s'll be doing this when we're old men; Michael Ball and Alfie Boe are preparing to sing their way into cinemas. MARION MCMULLEN CHATS TO THE DUO ABOUT THEIR WINNING PARTNERSHIP. MARION MCMULLEN 843
Welcome only if your face fits. Mike Kelly 533
Winter warmer? More damp squib. 675
Woman abandoned cats in squalid house. Sara Nichol Reporter sara.nichol@reachplc.com 568
Woodgate - I would have booed our efforts too. 236
WOODY: I WOULD HAVE BOOED US AS WELL. 166
Wright ankle injury could clear way for defender Alim. 348
You can lead a dog to water.... YOU WANT A GREAT BRITISH HOTEL BREAK BUT WHAT DO YOU DO WITH THE DOG? TAKE HIM WITH YOU, SAYS MARC WADDINGTON. MARC WADDINGTON 1240
Young Bruce's tip for dad as he highlights Celtic forward. 286
Youngsters are impressing, says Gunners boss Arteta. 368

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