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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (October 7, 2000)

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'Attitude' fuels Hussain's resurgence 'Paul. Smith, Paul 567
'No let-up' Brown warns his Swifts; MIDLAND ALLIANCE. Stoner, Colin 615
'Wicked' Palace groom's porn plot to shame rival. Merrick, Jane 596
[1] CD Reviews: Classical. Harris, Richard Leigh 307
A nation of peeping toms; The record breaking audience figures enjoyed by Channel 4 during their ten week broadcast of Big Brother has stimulated an appetite for voyeuristic viewing. Noreen Barr asks if webcam sites can match its success. Barr, Noreen 810
A peek into the real life of Pepys. Barker, Christine 606
Albion's awful way to glory; WEMBLEY WONDERLAND: The Post team relive their favourite It may have been a dire match but it turned out to be a perfect day for Rob Bishop They say you need to experience dejection at Wembley to truly savour triumph, and many of us had been there the previous year to witness one of the most catastrophic defeats in Albion's history. Bishop, Rob 843
Antiques and Collecting: A taste of the Orient; Harry Hawkes on the trail of film set goodies and personalised stamp labels. Hawkes, Harry 1223
Antiques and Collecting: Finding a touch of magic in the Irish painting. Edmonds, Richard 667
Antiques treasure trove at hermit widow's home; Collectors' delight: 'Palace of glorious antiquity' expected to fetch more than pounds 1m at auction. Warburton, Richard 525
Appointments: Stepping up ladder is right move for dancer; Helen Kendrick, left, joins Fuller Peiser's agency department and Richard Dixon, above, is the new development manager at Calthorpe Estates Andrew Merrick, left, and Steve Bagworth Kevin Docherty. 467
Archive: 25 Years Ago. 228
Archive: The fabric of Elizabethan society; A section of one of the three tapestries Sheldon commissioned for himself Every square inch of Sheldon's tapestries is filled with exotic fruit and bright flowers, a celebration of plenty for patrons who were beginning to fill their gardens with the same stuff Chris Upton weaves an ancient tale of craft and commerce based in Worcestershire. Upton, Chris 712
Archive: Under wraps, the treasures that must be locked away; Ross Reyburn looks at the history of the 16th century tapestry maps and the Sheldon family's rich legacy. Reyburn, Ross 785
At The Movies: PICTURE this; As the BFI launches new prints of some movie greats Noreen Barr looks at what makes a cinema classic. 1013
At The Movies: show buzz. 365
Baptism of fire facing Stourport. Hockey, Paul Raymer 281
Barton's balancing act shapes his future; DR MARTENS PREMIER Steve Piearce could be going back to the future at The Grove. Stoner, Colin 747
BBC may name Omagh suspects. 310
Bellamy prepared to battle for his place. Halford, Brian 483
Best Sellers. 141
Better deal comes to the classroom. Hayes, Dominic 405
Book lines. Reyburn, Ross 734
Books Crime File. Pardoe, F E. 410
Brush up your Shakespeare. 205
Bullets aim for the Stars in cup battle. 160
CD Review: dance. Howarth, Jayne 231
CD reviews: Classical. Leonard, Robin 237
CD reviews: Jazz/World. Bacon, Peter 546
CD reviews: Rock and Pop. Evans, Simon 1124
Chaps on skis; Damien Pearse found more than a splash of colour at a Rocky Mountains ski resort. Pearse, Damien 700
Chess. Gibbs, Peter 1121
Clubbing: Studio memories. Thorne, Alun 294
Consistency plea to Reds; SUNDAY ACTION. 125
Court allows deaths despite Rights Act. 314
CRICKET Be prepared is Fletcher's rallying call. Clough, David 293
Dental worker in HIV scare. 157
DIY hotelier cleared of manslaughter. Posner, Michael 264
Doddy applauds dream-ticket theatre; What a great day: With a laugh and a joke, Ken is back. Bruce, Helen 393
Down Your way: Peaceful prospect for busy village; Ross Reyburn visits a Warwickshire village which is reputedly the location of Queen Boadicea's final battle. Reyburn, Ross 932
Duff keeps Robins flying high; Cheltenham Town 1 Carlisle United 0. Winbury, Graham 260
Eccentricity only adds to entertainment. King, Stephen 266
Economy carries lorry and van sales macgowan; The heavy van sector has jumped 13.3 per cent so far this year Christopher MacGowan SMMT chief executive Business Staff. O'Brien, James 597
Engineering success: Consultancy sees profits rise 20 per cent. Deshmukh, Anita 314
England must beat 'em again; Kevin Keegan needs to show today he has learned from his tactical naivety in Euro 2000, says Frank Malley. Malley, Frank 816
England rue disallowed 'goal' as Germans escape in echo of 1966 and all that; UNDER-21s REVIEW. 333
Euro superpower plea backfires on Blair. Meade, Geoff 473
Evocations of the past. Leonard, Robin 209
Experience the key as Boro step up search for new manager; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. Non-League, Colin Stoner 445
Fairies who inspired artists; The Victorians desperately wanted to believe in fairies, on stage and off Sophie Anderson was a supreme female painter of the Victorian fairy world. Edmonds, Richard 1005
Final farewell to town's teenage dancing angel; United in grief: Hundreds turn out for Heather Tell's funeral Heather was just an ordinary fun-loving kid - but ordinary fun-loving kids are very special The Rev Ian Murray. Probert, Sarah 665
Fluoride gets mostly clean bill of health; The review has confirmed our experience after 35 years of fluoridation in the city Dr Stephen. Griffin, Pam 493
Flying Fitz-Gerald looking Open part. Thomson, Fraser 287
Food & Drink: Cheesy grins; Alison Davison found herself in cheese heaven when the formerly London based British Cheese Festival arrived in the Midlands. Davison, Alison 1051
Food & Drink: Spice up your life for perfect curry in a hurry; Alison Jones reports on a man whose magical spice mix has simplified the preparation of chicken tikka masala Retired teacher Darshan Bhogal has dedicated months to perfecting his secret spice blend. Jones, Alison 556
Food File. 284
Game over for Lara Croft finance chief. 155
Garden grants to transform estate. Thorne, Alun 272
Gilles can strike pose for watching Villa. Ward, Michael 411
Grammar blow from Labour. Packer, Martin 161
Health: CITY limits; The stresses and strains of living or working in the city can affect our long-term health in ways we may not consciously realise. But thanks to a new book by nutritionist Ian Marber we may be able to redress the balance, just by focusing on the food we eat. Hunter, Mel Hunter Mel 995
Health: Getting to the heart of the pressure problem. 619
Healy ready to tackle legend. 238
Help is at hand if your Tessas have flopped. 265
Henman finds ray of light in the dark. Poole, Larry 269
HORSE OF THE DAY. 88
Hospital mistakes killed daughter. Hudson, Jenny 611
Husband accused of murdering his family. 204
I lost election, says Milosevic. 290
In need of a conversion. Lamb, John 300
Interview Margaret Jacobi: Taking a LEAP of faith; Following in her father's footsteps, Margaret Jacobi gave up a successful medical career to become a rabbi. She now heads the West Midlands' only progressive synagogue. Dodd, Ros 2114
It's the city that never sleeps. 166
Just Browsing. 275
Just The Job: Employers face worker challenge. Dowling, Fergal 517
Keegan fairytale alive and kicking; But Gerrard blow forces England back to square one. Bradley, Mark 912
Keep a weather watch indoors. 539
Lacklustre Kidderminster escape thanks to Brock. Ward, Michael 512
Leighton not an issue - Brown. West, Jon 260
Lewis lands monster rainbow with tempting Damsel Nymph. Angling, Norman Worth 465
Life sentence looms for attacker who killed ex-girlfriend's baby. McCarthy, Ross 364
Long-distance lure of dreams; Michael Ward on how the Twin Towers inspired a life-changing escape from a harsh reality. Ward, Michael 907
Magnificent Monty in a class of one once again. 522
Man charged with murder of Heather. 123
Mark Findlay banned for two years. 87
MARKET forces; A few months ago the future for Birmingham's market traders looked bleak. Sales were falling and morale was critically low. Alison Jones reports on the roomy new facility that has regenerated this historic trading system. Jones, Alison 1277
McGregor's late strikes put Boro on right road; NON-LEAGUE ACTION. 299
Megson refusing to let the past catch up with him; The easiest thing in the world to do is go out and sign bad players Gary Megson. Ward, Michael 566
Mobile phones help ring up manufacturing growth. Duckers, John 499
Motor Racing: Schu on brink of history; FORMULA ONE Michael Schumacher relaxes after practice at the Suzuka circuit in Japan Picture/ALLSPORT. Gordon, Ian 863
Murdoch grooms son for throne of global media empire dad wife; Lachlan Murdoch with his father Rupert and supermodel wife Sarah O'Hare. John_Duckers, John Duckers 510
Music from home and abroad. Grimley, Terry 417
National success from local enterprise. 516
New stadium will be 'the best the world has seen'. 451
New start sees Moseley on a level playing field; I may not be unprejudiced but I think it's a great ground in an exceptional setting John White. Blair, Michael 549
Nightingale is Hadley's answer to Reds conundrum. Stoner, Colin 802
No 'coup' just a boring election. Jewell, Douglas 355
No delays on next Lottery. 143
No fast-lane hazards for boss; Sue Law meets a man with a dream job, John Russell, the rugged-looking and gregarious managing director of Harley-Davidson Europe You have to be a certain type of person to work for Harley, but for me it is the perfect environment. There are no status-driven protocols. Law, Sue 1208
No medals, just bills, for these enthusiastic community carers. Wilson, David 642
No resting on laurels as Francis points way. Halford, Brian 665
No shadow for 'fantastic' Figo. 251
Over-priced shrine worth more than soulless burial; Ged Scott on a ten-year-old's magical discovery - and, in later years, the acceptance of a stadium's limitations Tottenham's Martin Chivers (second right) on his way to ending Aston Villa's League Cup dream in 1971. Scott, Ged 819
Paget recruitment drive gathers pace with Watson top priority. 462
Patient King warns against taking foot soldiers for granted; This is a building year, on and off the pitch Telford manager Jake King. 541
Patriot Speed is man on mission. 267
PC takeover talks crash. 130
Peacock to strut her stuff and compensate Haggas. Veritas 443
Personal Finance: Big Brother keeps close watch on tax cheats. 254
Personal Finance: Breathing new life into old and derelict homes; Turning over new leaf: Eco-friendly loans treble as borrowers switch. 392
Personal Finance: Fixed-rate interest fall for Halifax Equity bond launch. 126
Personal Finance: Full steam ahead to tax islands. Axon, Peter 747
Personal Finance: How not to be a loser. 203
Personal Finance: Jargon Busters. 276
Personal Finance: No need to surrender to panic. 573
Personal Finance: Plans for mortgage controls outlined. Finance, John Cranage Personal 252
Personal Finance: Staking a new claim to a prosperous retirement. 208
Personal Finance: Time to bank on new start. 113
Pinsett's gold medal tears. 178
Police groups need to unite over pay. Tildesley, Joe 224
Police to question Noye over shooting. 262
Pop: Love and AFFECTION; Joan Armatrading tells Simon Evans why she's never felt more relaxed performing live - and about her encounters with Nelson Mandela. Evans, Simon 1455
Pop: The naked truth; Phil Gould gets weird with two Bare Naked Ladies. Gould, Phil 401
Property: Tall trees & secret tunnels; Helen Macklin reports on the 17th century origins and the hidden secrets of Fieldgate Lodge in Kenilworth. Macklin, Helen 840
Quarter-finals of the pounds 440,000 British Open. 131
Quotes of the week. 436
Racing's new star is Chippo off old block; DR MARTENS WESTERN. Stoner, Colin 464
Rambling: Getting to the Hartshill of the country for some fine walking; Richard Shurey finds history and fine views among the autumn colours. Shurey, Richard 568
Ray of light as 'the lost boy' fights for normality. Hybert, Jess 419
Receivers called in to sell car parts firm. Duckers, John; Dale, Paul 342
Relic's lingering memories; Simon Stone says Wembley is the thread that sews British sport's best moments together. Stone, Simon 617
Richie Woodhall suffers set back. 102
Riding the waves in the West Country; Hannah Stephenson discovered that there's more to Devon than clotted cream and seaside rock including the chance for some serious surfing. Stephenson, Hannah 762
Rover slashes prices in bid to win discount war. Williams, Philip 540
Russians pull out of Nato summit talks. Thorne, Alun 302
Say Yes sex guide cleared by police. 270
Serbia Revolution: Cyprus banks keep watchful eye for dictator's cash. 224
Serbia Revolution: Hand over Milosevic for trial says Cook. 286
Serbia Revolution: Policemen held on spy charges released. 281
Serbia Revolution: The world welcomes democracy in Serbia; Milosevic has done enough damage, for one man, in one country. Three wars. Tens of thousands dead. Millions displaced Tony Blair. John, Mark 674
Serbia Revolution: Unlikely academic who picks up Balkans reins of power. 498
Shrews patience is rewarded. Binnersley, Brian 257
Smith delighted as Brown looms. 398
Snapshot of time in 1950s Britain. 162
Squandering a promising subject. Hill, Charlie 312
Stars of the future head to Burton. Stoner, Colin 211
Steele needs must in Lambs injury crisis; WEEKEND ACTION. 341
Steep learning curve for Blues pair at the Rovers; DR MARTENS WESTERN. Stoner, Colin 504
Stride still inspiring Brewers. 280
Taylor's frustration grows as Transfer Task Force is becalmed. Stone, Simon 876
Ten-man Saddlers battle to win. Marston, Paul 617
Tension ebbs and flows towards hard-won serenity. Morley, Christopher 242
The business week that was, but how closely did you follow events of the past seven days? Test your knowledge; Paul Dale's Business Brush-up. Dale, Paul 823
The Great divide; Simon Evans reviews a crop of books highlighting the growing divisions with New Labour. Evans, Simon 1154
The honour of celebrating an event that helped changed the world; Gisela Stuart on a memorable day in Dresden. Stuart, Gisela 623
The romance of office life; Some firms are so concerned about office romances they are considering drawing up 'love contracts'. Mel Hunter and Jackie Brown report. Hunter, Mel; Brown, Jackie 1043
Theme for today. Pitchford, John 96
Tiger, Tiger and bouncer who wasn't so bright. Bright, John 742
Tomkins cuts pounds 151m deal on lawnmowers. 138
Top People honour for Sir Magdi. 187
Top-level departures send shares on downward trip. 463
Tory ray of hope on solar panels. 230
Tourists escape as island hotel collapses. 348
Trade union; Chris Upton reveals that Birmingham has always had a penchant for the camaraderie of the market hall. Upton, Chris 501
Travel ban fails. 87
Unmatched bliss amid the heritage for temporary convert; Brian Halford on his unforgettable and fortuitous experience at the 1987 FA Cup final The atmosphere generated by City's fans was breathtaking. Halford, Brian 1213
US still afloat despite being engulfed by whitewash. Lomond, Phil Casey Atb Loch 818
Values are still healthy on the home front. 409
Victory is Voller's solitary priority. Silver, Neil 486
Wait of evidence condemns rail giants despite huge spend. 291
Warship shows way for next generation; Ship shape: Trials begin as Navy forks out pounds 13m for Triton trimaran. 194
Web Watch. 142
Well-planned script acted out by Acton; Penalty homework paid off for Tamworth manager Paul. 252
WEMBLEY - TEN GREAT GAMES. 433
Wentworth feast satisfies the most discerning palate. Blair, Michael 781
When small's a big bonsai; If you can't wait for a big tree to grow to full maturity, pot up its miniature, but perfectly formed, brother says Roger Clarke. Clarke, Roger 1275
Winston finds York satisfaction in Celebration Town. 431
Woman rewrites nursing history book. 174
Woman wins pounds 345,000 for misery of cancer blunder. Colley, Jan 691
Your Honour: Planning a great career in the city; Your Honour - Michael Brundell OBE Michael Brundell OBE talks to Peter Rasmussen Michael Brundell who received an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours. Rasmussen, Peter 800

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