Abstracts: Heat, meat and squalor: a recipe for disaster. Gut reaction to the cholesterol count. Worm's turn to do the biological laundry
Abstracts: Heaven, hell and Irish politics. Back to Belfast. A Kalashnikov in every cupboard
Abstracts: Heavy weather for retail newcomers. M & S trust into 1bn pounds sterling profit. Survivor
Abstracts: He came, he saw brilliance, he conquered. 'If it was easy, we wouldn't be in business.'. 'When times are hard, we do even better.'
Abstracts: He can't talk but he tells a ripping good yarn. The customiser is always right. In the Windows seat from Waterloo
Abstracts: He couldn't shout: 'Diana was in on this.' 'She trusted me. It would have been a betrayal.' (journalist Andrew Morton)
Abstracts: He defied the US government. Now it must decide: has Bill Gates finally got too big for his own boots? Why there's no need for the rest of us to feel at all sorry for billionaire Bill Gates
Abstracts: Hedge funds' problems could push markets over the brink. Goldman's to float up to 15% in autumn. Goldman Sachs gives the go-ahead for $25bn float
Abstracts: He did it for Alvin Stardust and Chris Rea: can he do it for Blair? Regulators caught in cross-fire
Abstracts: He didn't see this one coming. AOL's talks with Netscape fuel battle for cyberspace. Reno charges Microsoft with acting illegally
Abstracts: 'He doesn't sound a naughty man.' (children and prisoner pen pals) When fear stalks the campus
Abstracts: He gave himself up to the British, then they shot him. 'If Pinochet is not in Chile I will have to go to wherever he happens to be.'
Abstracts: He has always been Off the Wall, but next month the King of Pop is back with Invincible, the most expensive album ever
Abstracts: He helped found the Beatles, defined their style, died young, and has been remembered as a sad footnote to pop history. Until now. A controversial new book about Stuart Sutcliffe casts a shocking shadow over the fab four's wholesome image
Abstracts: He is just one of many. But the story of Bob Cotton is a human tragedy on an epic scale. US executes its Public Enemy No1
Abstracts: He just could not go quietly. The China house. The jewel in the crown
Abstracts: 'He just laughed and said I'm doing this because people made fun of me.'. Beckers declare a truce and try to settle divorce out of court
Abstracts: He just slid down a snake, that's all. I just want to ask her one question about her and Bill. Watch it! He's in control
Abstracts: Helen and Craig have made a pilgrimage to Preston. They're part of the fastest growing congregation in the world
Abstracts: Helen Brook. Helen Wills Moody. Helen Rollason
Abstracts: Helen Guiterman. E.H.H. Archibald. Ted Wright
Abstracts: Helen incites harassment. Fatal egg by pleasure laid. What should I do with my frozen embryos?
Abstracts: Helen Kirkpatrick Milbank. Janet Murrow. Helen de Freitas
Abstracts: Helen Vinson. Jean Richard. Ruth Goetz
Abstracts: Helen Ward. Susannah McCorkle. Al Hibbler
Abstracts: Helen Waterhouse. Philip Vellacott. A.H. Coxon
Abstracts: Hell is halfway to paradise. 'What we have is like a marriage.'. We fled to the woods to safety
Abstracts: Hell is other people. Frayed about the edges, solid at the core. The truth about bridge junkies
Abstracts: Hell is other people. We should know. Numb and number. The life and loves of a he-devil
Abstracts: He'll never walk alone. 'Hell, I know how. Question is, when?' (LaVern Baker, rosk'n'roll star) (Interview) The bhangra treat
Abstracts: Hello boys. What are you fighting about? Saatchi, pure and simple. Is the Express's wonderboy in trouble?
Abstracts: Hello, Daddy, it's great to see you. Finding our way back to the family. So what's the big idea, Mr Etzioni?
Abstracts: Hello darlings, I'm back. There are still stories to tell. 'He suggests that to be gay is not to be frivolous. He is pointing out that not all gay men like Judy Garland.' (theatre director Peter Gill revives John Osborne's 'A Patriot for Me')(Interview)
Abstracts: Hello, good knight, and welcome. Why I'm sticking to my hosepipe. We won the franchise. What next?
Abstracts: Hello, good morning and welcome back. Goodbye home, goodbye school, hello world. Hello Rev, got a new motor?
Abstracts: He lost his home, hid for a month, then saw his family killed yards from safety. Going home is part of the healing process - but many cannot face it
Abstracts: Help for the disabled at the flick of a switch. Disk with a cast of thousands. A flick through the Good and Evil book
Abstracts: Help from the heavens. Massage in a bottleneck. If you're superstitious, good luck to you
Abstracts: Help! I'm stranded on Planet Cruise. The secret of Okinawa. A cracker behind concrete
Abstracts: Help, I need somebody. 'Shane has made me somebody.' (George Stevens' film 'Shane'; theatrical producer Bill Kenwright) (Interview)
Abstracts: Helping little lungs to breathe their first. A lotta bottle - but less brain food. Current thinking on pain relief
Abstracts: Helping with the harvest. Journalists must cure themselves of this Aids madness. Helping empty offices to market themselves
Abstracts: Help your customers pick the right bird. Managing strategic items. Check your prices to clinch your profits
Abstracts: Help yourself to profits of doom. Small business? Think big. Small is beautiful, but big's pretty cool
Abstracts: Helter skelter: thirty years of the Manson family. You can run, but you can't hide. In office, he was rarely out of trouble. Now he's out, and Slick Willie's right back in it
Abstracts: He marched them up to the top of the hill and he marched them down again. The ever-elusive nature of Gerry Adams
Abstracts: He may be dead, he may be trapped. But the fact is bin Laden has not been found. Cruise missile kills UN mine-clearing staff
Abstracts: He may not know what he wants, but he knows how to get it. Have travel token, will buy. In the media, you have to make a good fist of it
Abstracts: He needed school, not a safari. Women, the forgotten voters. Scaring mothers? It's Panorama's bit of fun
Abstracts: Henrik Stangerup. Shin'ichiro Nakamura. Jacques Laurent
Abstracts: Henri Storck. Roy Boulting. William Hanna
Abstracts: Henry Jones. Anthony Quinn. Ray Walston
Abstracts: Henry Vestine. Bryan MacLean. Glen Buxton
Abstracts: Herbert Haslegrave. Billie Stephens. Sir Herbert Ashworth
Abstracts: Herbert Kline. Herbert Ross. Jules Buck
Abstracts: Herbs that can cure you - or kill you. Footloose and pain-free. Have you got the backbone?
Abstracts: Here comes the Clarke boom, with all its grief. The need for a faster growth strategy. Classic mid-cycle pause holds dangers for Clarke
Abstracts: Here comes the crazy man. Woman on the edge of breaking through. The sound of the broken hearted
Abstracts: Hereditary peers fight for survival ends in defeat. 'Businesses now have to carry this Chancellor on their backs.'
Abstracts: Here is the news: protect your kids (mixed views on impact of news coverage on children) Don't cry, mum, it's only school
Abstracts: Here lies the British Empire. Finding order behind the chaos and greed. Chaos as the sun sets on the British Empire
Abstracts: Here, pupils have a hand on the purse strings. Trust him, kids, it isn't 'Porridge.' (ex-offender George Martin talks to young people about the realities of life in prison)
Abstracts: Here's a deal that Milosevic just might be forced to take. The nightmares ahead. The ghosts of failures past that stop America putting her sons at risk
Abstracts: Here's a game that's truly infectious. A battle for the sonic boom. Brian Eno's generation game
Abstracts: Here's a new way to feed toddlers that takes the biscuit (for 'biscuit,' read 'broccoli'). It was time to put a stop to those light liquid breakfasts
Abstracts: Here's a unique chance to create a Europe that works. Hazarding a guess at technological success. Beware of jumping on the Internet bandwagon
Abstracts: Here's metal more attractive. Nuns and lovers: Puccin's women. Singing her way to the top
Abstracts: Here's to an old-fashioned look at the Bar. The curse of the celebrity couple. Who wants to be in the club, anyway?
Abstracts: Here, where the world is quiet. Chairs are not always for sitting on. Let's have a warm round of applause
Abstracts: Her Majesty's official Opposition is - where? In London clubland, 'reformed' fascists and Tories come to a cosy arrangement
Abstracts: Herman D. Koppel. Buxton Orr. Herman Berlinski
Abstracts: Hermes and Columbus crash before they fly. Encounter with a distant stranger. X-ray eye on the invisible Universe
Abstracts: 'Her music helped me back to reality.'. Medical treatment brings joy ... or heartbreak. 'At last I feel I have a purpose.'
Abstracts: Heroes must do more than entertain us. Britain's gay MPs: out of the closet but not yet equal. For little women
Abstracts: Heroin gangs compete for slice of 1bn pounds sterling racket. My brother, brilliant villain of Medellin
Abstracts: Heroin trail that led to the heart of London's Jewish community. Housing benefit chaos is a 'massive problem.'
Abstracts: Hero or villain of the Games? The anatomy of desire. Premier's autonomy bid just not cricket
Abstracts: Hero's voyage ends in Hollywood. 'Fly me' folk hero set to take to skies again. How a gourmet chef stirred a city's communal spirit and became the hero of ground zero
Abstracts: Her party may need her - but her son needs her much more. 'Mark and I were in this together.' (MP Ann Keen and son Mark Lloyd-Fox worked together to campaign for lowering of gay age of consent)(A Family Affair)
Abstracts: He runs on a program for whiz-kids. Play Myst for me - again. Why the future is out on The Edge
Abstracts: He said he raised 57 million pounds sterling. 'Pinball wizard' escapes extradition. The dutiful wife who remains an unsolved mystery
Abstracts: He's a JOLLY DECENT chap but isn't his book a bit self-congratulatory? The taste of success
Abstracts: He's a legend in his own lunchtime. The fascinating life of the biographer. In bed with A N Wilson
Abstracts: He's always beating up the three-year-olds. From the South Seas, bliss. Going to war in a taxi
Abstracts: He's an evangelist, his mission is the Net. 70 million have joined but he wants more. 'We are going to be a major player in the Internet space. Technically, we have really figured this out.' (Kim Polese, co-founder of Marimba)(Interview)
Abstracts: He's Belgian - and no waffle. Upbeat. In the lion's den
Abstracts: 'He's dead if I get my hands on him.' (trial of Rosemary West continues) 'I want justice for girls who didn't make it.' (victim of sex attack by Rosemary and Federick West gives evidence at trial of Rosemary West)
Abstracts: 'He's dead if I get my hands on him.' (trial of Rosemary West continues) part 2 Step-daughter Charmaine was first to die
Abstracts: 'He seemed unperturbed ... caught up in his own cleverness at labelling a rare syndrome.' (experiences of having a child diagnosed with Williams Syndrome)
Abstracts: Heseltine and Portillo put plans in place. Right-wingers face dilemma over Heseltine. 'I am not prepared to see the party I care for laid out on the rack like this.' (John Major's resignation designed to secure unity in the Conservative Party)
Abstracts: Heseltine flies the flag in China. Custody of police stations is key to balance of power. While the best dither, the worst wait in the wings
Abstracts: He's football crazy, pop music mad. Why Channel Four is right to show the horrifying pictures of mass graves recently uncovered in Srebrenica
Abstracts: He's gonna sit right down .... From wunderkind to guardian angel. The end of the top of the world
Abstracts: He's got the whole world in his laptop. My Country, right or wrong. Right up to his neck in it
Abstracts: He shall have music wherever he goes. Darn that dream. 'Listen to this, it's magical ....' (bass player Charlie Haden)(Interview)
Abstracts: 'He's hardly the first politician to have the odd fling,' - Lady Archer, in court for her husband once again. Archer appears in a new courtroom drama, accused of making up stories
Abstracts: He's putting the bee back into his beer. Pure genius, threatened by folly. Releasing the summery stuff from the blend
Abstracts: He's so nice, but crikey, they're rude. Great film, Jack, now let's talk about you. The good food guide to surviving
Abstracts: He's writing to let us know he's there. A blow, but not fatal. Soft touch of a shire horse
Abstracts: He upset opera lovers with his Ring, delighted film-goers with La Reine Margot. Now Patrice Chereau is back on stage
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