Abstracts: Waltzing out of apartheid's long shadow. Whites vote 'to do the right thing.' (vote to abandon apartheid in South Africa)
Abstracts: Wanadoo in 1.65bn pounds sterling bid for struggling Net rival Freeserve. UK: T-ONLINE SPECULATION DRIVES FREESERVE SHARES
Abstracts: Wanna watch Eric and Ernie at Christmas? Not on your telly, if you're in Todmorden. A fateful case of bad timing led to disaster
Abstracts: Wanted - a director general who can lead the BBC out of the imperial past. Are ad men out of touch with black consumers?
Abstracts: Wanted: an Internet without speed limits. Apple's esprit de core. Why the Apple OS X was worth the wait
Abstracts: Wanted: any old irony. Zen and the elite art of rowing. Flutter that has lost its kick
Abstracts: Wanted: arts graduates with a convincing bedside manner. One bleep and you're a doctor. Death case raises fears over police doctors
Abstracts: Wanted: a space to set us free. Brunel's kingdom is the business. Is the writing on the wall for public inscriptions?
Abstracts: Wanted: a vaccine to fight fears over the health of children. Lottery over breast cancer survival
Abstracts: Wanted: Billie the kid. Ruth Clifford. Billie Dove
Abstracts: Wanted: but dead or alive? Will a change of scene leave Beryl Cook uninspired? Good old Hume, but what exactly does he stand for?
Abstracts: Wanted: good news to save mutuals' eight-year bull run. The UN loses a diplomatic bruiser. 'I was expected to back the President. But more and more, I find I cannot.'
Abstracts: Wanted: Historians to deliberate tellingly on the role of the gnomes. Lorry collision in Alpine tunnel leaves 10 dead
Abstracts: Wanted: more teachers in class. On a crusade with the new man at the ministry. Teacher shortage spirals to 4,600
Abstracts: Want some good advice? Best buys in name only. Are financial advisers to be trusted?
Abstracts: Want to cut down on your tax bill? Why not live abroad, at least for part of the time? You can't take it with you, so why not give it away now?
Abstracts: Want to read, children? Just listen to this computer. Putting safety of drugs to the test. Slow down! That extra five minutes could save a child
Abstracts: Want to send them packing? How we achieved success without selection. The Arsonist's favourite target
Abstracts: Want to send them packing? Passengers on sinking cruise ship tell of panic, terror and incompetence. When a schoolboy crush goes too far
Abstracts: Want training? Join an agency - but be quick. Keep the faith, not the boyfriend. Demands with menaces
Abstracts: War and piste, the Sarajevo story. Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow. Here are the snows of yesteryear
Abstracts: 'War criminal' is reborn as a peace-maker. Belgrade's idea of a night at the flicks - rape and murder. How Butcher of Belgrade turned into Wizard of Oz
Abstracts: War is hell. We can't get enough of it. Woman's secret desire: to wash whiter. Young, free, virginal and not a dork
Abstracts: War machine of the West revs up. Did they have the time to feel fear before the B-52s did their work? Nato deal means Serbia is circled
Abstracts: Warning: some statistics can drive you mad. Made in Streatham, made it in Paris. Radical response to global deluge
Abstracts: Warning: that acquisition may not mean the pay rise you're expecting. Increasing fraud makes forensics a growth industry
Abstracts: Warning: the Internet will eat your advertising. Bradley buzz starts to woo US electors. Dirty linen aired on Thanksgiving
Abstracts: Warning: your wireless is exploding. The highest bidder wins. Or maybe not. Anxious breakfast times ahead for TV-am's successor
Abstracts: Was all this worth it just for the sake of - Wales, Mr Blair? The Prime Minister is right to ignore his tribe
Abstracts: Was it rescue or revenge? Can we avoid another war? Are the governments of Nato guilty of committing a heinous war crime?
Abstracts: Waste dumped secretly on motorways turns Britain into dustbin of Europe 'Harvesting' water for future growth
Abstracts: Wasteland village saved by its women. Low sex drive and nearly extinct. Can cloning save the panda from itself?
Abstracts: Was this ordinary block of flats in south London home to an academy of terror? Mystery over third black man found dead by hanging in Telford
Abstracts: Watch Atlanta win the jobs race. At last, a worthy winner. Why the minnows are making a splash
Abstracts: Watchdog calls last orders on alcopop game This time last year my nine-month-old son, Patrick, was as close to death as it is possible to be...
Abstracts: Watchdog MP failed to declare cash. One amazing deal. How Vaz squirmed in face of 'vexatious complaints.'
Abstracts: Watchdog without teeth. How do you make a good judge? 'People's judge' sets out vision for a better way forward
Abstracts: Watching the detectives. Why audiences should get in on the act. Gwyneth, Whoopi, Oscar and me
Abstracts: Watch out for bobbies with BAs. Town hall officers may regain political freedoms. The man from the Tory test-bed with lessons for an old Labour stronghold
Abstracts: Watch out for costly imitations. Silver spoons regain their sparkle. In the footsteps of the Start-rite twins
Abstracts: Watch out, here comes trouble.... Em and Phyllida keep it in the family. 'Little Miss Period Drama' breaks free
Abstracts: Watch out Mr Rigsby! It's time to make leaseholders feel they're kings of the castle. Victory for leaseholders as landlords are brought to book
Abstracts: Watch out, she's a Rottweiler. A safe haven for the stars. Heroin, madness and men: a hell of a life
Abstracts: Watch out - there's a maverick about. 'Being funny is like being gay. It's hard to admit to, people think it's odd. You're born that way.' (comedy workshop in Colchester, England)
Abstracts: Watch out - these cakes are hot. The safe beef guide. Korma karma
Abstracts: Watch out: you've got evil mail. The man who can smash Windows. Free plug into Network has online rivals on tenterhooks
Abstracts: Watch the birdie - he may be gone next year. Life on the ledge. The last thing Santa needs
Abstracts: Watch the waistline grow in foodie heaven. Getting back on board. As the seaplane splashes down in Victoria Harbour, you can see the envy on people's faces
Abstracts: Watch this Space for a couple of 'quirky Scousers.' (music group Space) With a talent to burn
Abstracts: Water firms' service goes down the drain Water firms pollute rivers every week UK: PRESCOTT RAISES WATER INDUSTRY CONCERNS
Abstracts: Water firms told: Stop draining rivers Public say water is bad value Beijing tackles water shortages with grand plan to divert Yangtze
Abstracts: Water firms try to shed greed image. Energising the market - at whose expense? Consumers face a long wait for a share in savings
Abstracts: Water quality divides Britain Heads, you win. Back on the bench - for now
Abstracts: Wave away the material world. A home away from Hollywood. Crocodile tears carry Kray away
Abstracts: Wave goodbye, say hallo. 'I've always felt the need for melody.'. Monsters on Broadway
Abstracts: Wave goodbye to branch meetings and say hello to virtual Labour. Labour's election campaign needs to express its vision and beliefs
Abstracts: Waxing lyrical about the light. Roddick brings image of plenty to farmers in Italian backwater. This will get right up your nose
Abstracts: Way clear for Amex, Nasdaq to link up EUROPE: MARCONI EXTENDS FIBRE OPTIC NETWORK. Go fuels low-cost air travel war with expansion plan
Abstracts: Ways to beat the wee biting beasts. Pretty in pink, but a poisonous enemy. Crying wolf in Scotland
Abstracts: Weak yen is Japan's route to recovery. Time for companies to start spending their surplus cash. Companies must learn to live in the spotlight
Abstracts: We all know who holds the key to peace in Ireland. I too was once a deluded Marxist revolutionary. If anything, Mr Bush is being just a little bit too reasonable
Abstracts: We all win in the divine numbers game. The major in mufti leads the battle of the buff. Drained, sprayed, and flattened
Abstracts: We are all investors now: so give us the full facts. Why patients get a raw deal from private health care. What should 12-year-olds be trusted to see?
Abstracts: We are better placed to escape recession than US. Globalisation puts Fed's actions at centre stage. Europe may prove the tortoise can catch the hare
Abstracts: 'We are bored together. We fight together.'. Shack attack! Scandale!
Abstracts: Weather the recruitment freeze: graduate supply is outstripping demand, but it's not bad news in all sectors. It's a business doing pleasure
Abstracts: We built the wrong Europe. An appeal to Europe: now is the moment to make the leap. The moral leader of Europe
Abstracts: We can help ourselves. A nation at ease with itself? We're getting there. We are all equal ... in fooling ourselves that we believe in equality
Abstracts: We can make peaceful bombs, too. Dithering Moscow fails to shoot the messenger. Moscow's dirty war
Abstracts: We can make peaceful bombs, too. Tunes of war as throat-singers go for the jugular. Helping mission to stay in control
Abstracts: We cannot afford to waste the talents of the next generations. Jobs will soon be flexible, fulfilling and fun
Abstracts: 'We can't be like the last lot' - or can we? After 800 years, the unlucky Lords pack up and go home. Ministers unveil second stage of Lords reform
Abstracts: We could be shaping up for a re-run of the late Eighties. We have nothing to fear but panic itself. Clarke's recovery has all the signs of old-fashioned boom
Abstracts: We cry today - and then we get angry. In the fields of conflict. Too much too young, darling
Abstracts: Wedded to their vision. American TV's oral tradition. Wedded to an old tradition
Abstracts: Wednesday on his mind. Petulance, neurosis and all that jazz. Some beefcake for the honeymoon
Abstracts: Wednesdays, BBC2, marriage on the rocks. Rewriting the alphabet in clay. An intimate until the end
Abstracts: We don't need nuclear bombs. Facing the challenge of global depletion means changing our habits. EBRD facing nuclear fall-out
Abstracts: We don't want to go to Chelsea. The danger of obsesssive love affairs. On the road to the Chelsea Flower Show
Abstracts: We have lift-off, with a financial drag factor. Sharp eyes on a tiny rock. Let the laser lead you to a heavenly body
Abstracts: We have reached the limits of trial by television. The values of the Sixties become the business of the Nineties
Abstracts: 'We have taken back New York block by block.' (moves to crack down on crime) They do drugs. They have sex. They're the child stars of a new film. From Disney
Abstracts: Weight of the world hangs on the lucky Chancellor. Football-loving Ken has missed the goal. Clarke upbeat on growth and inflation
Abstracts: 'We knew Brick Lane would be next, but thought it wouldn't be so quick.'. Vaz sidesteps questions on links with Hindujas
Abstracts: We know what Europe is for, but what is it against these days? A crazy way to run a continent
Abstracts: We know what Tony wants - does he have the stomach for a fight? Help! Our politicians have caught foot-and-mouth
Abstracts: Welcome to a two-tier society. Welcome to the blind ambition tour. The truth about this male crisis
Abstracts: Welcome to 'Blair's Babes' but the struggle goes on. Blair can keep his romance and flowers. We know you're one of us, Tony. But who are we?
Abstracts: Welcome to Flywood Babylon Council Estate. Did mad excess or a sinister plot kill computer mogul? Snitch on a relative, shop a neighbour. Mr Lilley is pleased to take your call
Abstracts: Welcome to Flywood Babylon Council Estate. The long roads to peace in Ulster are marked 'Shankill' and 'Falls.'
Abstracts: Welcome to planet organic. Deliver me from hospitals. 'Why I'm a vitamin junkie.'
Abstracts: Welcome to planet porn. Emergency on planet earth. This troubled planet: What on earth can Rio achieve?
Abstracts: Welcome to StalinWorld: you won't believe how bad it is. The entertainer. 'I put down my hammer and it went rusty.'
Abstracts: Welcome to television country. The legend of the holy tomato. The quiz master
Abstracts: Welcome to the city of dreams. Should the future be furry? Why architects so often talk nonsense
Abstracts: Welcome to the glossy world of a chap always in vogue. A gentleman's disagreement. Hang on to your Hermes
Abstracts: Welcome to their worlds. Keyboards versus creativity. Me and my partner
Abstracts: Welcome to the promised land. A candle to the last peacemaker. Netanyahu's fall: From impregnable to reviled in just a few short weeks
Abstracts: Welcome to the spicy world of Latin America. Budapest. Where to find your Latin lava
Abstracts: Welcome to the spicy world of Latin America. 'Let's drink to Islam!'. Music of my mind
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