Abstracts: The man below is a British citizen. He is standing trial as a war criminal. The jury is now in Belarus, tracing the path he is alleged to have taken to the forest where 2,700 Jews were slaughtered. Leading them is a man who says he saw the shooting
Abstracts: The man from Liberty, he say Yes! Year of the Indian summer. Going potty all over the country
Abstracts: The man in the specs called himself The Professor. The tabloids called him King Coke. Customs called him a master drug-smuggler. And, after the biggest undercover operation in their history netted cocaine worth 34m pounds sterling, they thought they had Brian Doran bang to rights. So how is it that he will not serve another day of his 25-year sentence?
Abstracts: The man spending GEC's 6bn pounds sterling. Another day, another windfall, as the AA sells up and its members cash in
Abstracts: The Mansun family. I am their greatest fan. 'Pearl Harbor is definitely my film of the year.'
Abstracts: The man who ate the great British lunch hour: how Julian Metcalfe turned Pret A Manger into the McDonald's of the sandwich business, and is now making a meal out of sushi
Abstracts: The man who could make you go macrobiotic. Silver palate, golden touch. A small heresy for Lent: avoid cod, eat beef
Abstracts: The man who fell to earth. Heady stuff, all that nudist volleyball. Welcome to Britain. Queue here
Abstracts: The man who framed the Sixties. In Robeson's footsteps. David McTaggart
Abstracts: The man who gave the British sitcom its finest hour. From Del Boy to dole boys. Altar egos of the sitcom
Abstracts: The man who invented Jack Nicholson. Water under the bridge. Sex and violence? It's only satire
Abstracts: The man who knew better than Lineker. Imagine - the elder brother I never knew. Mother, I hardly knew you
Abstracts: The man who knew everyone. The house that Dominique built. UK: WILLIAM BAIRD TO GO PRIVATE?
Abstracts: The man who put his wife on the line. Reality bites at the Beeb. John Cassavetes: cinema's Mr Ruthless
Abstracts: The man who ran away from the circus. The empress of South Molton St. Take a trip down petticoat lane
Abstracts: The man who saved Compaq from clones. Are our lifers safe in their vans? Brussels appoints the big cheeses
Abstracts: The man whose 1m pounds sterling gift keeps Blair's mind on hunting. New man at the Greenpeace helm aims to balance policy and piracy
Abstracts: The man who shot the Sixties. Sunday, muddy Sunday. Is this a Hobbit-forming bog?
Abstracts: The man who was Yoda. Michelangelo reborn. When Pushkin took on Shakespeare
Abstracts: The man who would be president - until he's elected. Cabinet tilts to the left in reshuffle. Will the Euro-rebels yield on the night?
Abstracts: The man who wouldn't be king. Once, Andre Previn made headlines. He even made Madame Tussauds. Now he just makes music. What a relief
Abstracts: The many realities of Edwin Morgan. Glyn Maxwell is one of poetry's rising stars. Now he wants to be taken seriously as a dramatist. What's he playing at?
Abstracts: The marble miracle-maker. Space invaders. Vile bodies
Abstracts: The maritime disasters that sink without a trace. Portrait of the artist as an Englishman. Bobby Campbell
Abstracts: The market bonkers? Don't you believe it, guv! In the end, it's the little guy who matters. Home truths for investors
Abstracts: The market is for turning. Light at the end of the home-loan tunnel. Grabbing the chance to sack the landlord
Abstracts: The Marquess of Landsdowne. Lord Prentice. Sir Reginald Bennett
Abstracts: The Martini, the morphine and Bertolt Brecht. She's walking on sunshine. A script with convictions
Abstracts: The massacre and me: my life as a Hong Kong editor. Mururoa shadows the mark. The Prince who would be President
Abstracts: The mass grave is dug. And the soft, sweet smell in the air is death. The wrong moment to make policy on the hoof
Abstracts: The mathematician who likes to be No 1 in the global numbers game. Don't undervalue experience in UK fund management
Abstracts: The medium is the mess. All thematic for the people. And blessed are the poor in art
Abstracts: The memories of a lifetime. A nose for a bargain? Go private. Do your teeth hurt yet?
Abstracts: The men who get all the laughs. Period pains. The comics' manifesto
Abstracts: The men who took the heart out of social work. Parents of heart-op boy 'not told of risk.' (legal action against Hillingdon Health Authority for boy who suffered brain damage)
Abstracts: The message from the doorways. Got to get a message to you. Out of the depths of despair
Abstracts: Themes tuned. Rory who? He is the very model of a modern TV historian
Abstracts: The mighty power of the written word. Can pay, will pay, but on the right valuation, please. When sorry is the right word
Abstracts: The mild man of rock'n'roll. A different country. Get ready for the slow burn
Abstracts: The millionaires are on the move. Warning: you are now entering the dead zone. It's the free gifts that clinch the deals
Abstracts: The minister finds himself back on a sticky wicket. Labour's 2 billion pounds sterling plan to shut down hospitals
Abstracts: The Minister for Curing Illness by Inclusion. The poor of Britain are going hungry, health chief warns. Could these priceless pigs help save thousands of human lives each year?
Abstracts: The mirror has two faces. A bit of a Glass act. A very angry young woman
Abstracts: The missiles have gone. The bombers have gone. So why haven't the women of Greenham Common gone with them? Go on, leave. They'll survive without you
Abstracts: The moderating effect of sales force performance on relationships involving antecedents of turnover. Has sex stereotyping disappeared? A study of perceptions of women and men in sales
Abstracts: The modern Huckleberry Finns: young runaways are fleeing school, parents and boredom. Not all come back. Keep young and employable
Abstracts: The modernisers are moving in at Westminster Abbey. Swinging Sixties, new-look Nineties. The euro bogeyman will fade away after the new coins are introduced
Abstracts: The moment of truth for the high priests of global central banks. There is a third way when it comes to hunting foxes
Abstracts: The moment Sir John met his match. Adolescence can be murder. Going nuclear: can John Taylor persuade us to love British Nuclear Fuels?
Abstracts: The money-maker leaves no memorial. Why the cinema is still a vital and powerful medium. Death at Heaven's Gate can shake your faith in God
Abstracts: The money men breach the holy of holies. The men who bring God to the squad. How do you stop a sex offender?
Abstracts: The monkey with the million-dollar looks. London's giant panda play the mating game. Covering itself in glory
Abstracts: The monkey with the million-dollar looks. Time to put the stars back in the sky. The barrages are drifting back to dreamland
Abstracts: The moral maison. The cost of cut-price mortgages. Making a mortgage a flexible friend
Abstracts: The most dangerous place on the planet. Christian Coalition out to call presidential tune. The search for somewhere to call their own
Abstracts: The most hated man in Britain has a good point about sanctions. The madness of Bosnia matters here
Abstracts: The most heavily armed people in the world. Sanctions and heat take toll in Iraq. The undoing of a savage family
Abstracts: The most illustrious political suicide since Parkinson - but why? Poor 'Bobby' - he forgot that politics is a serious affair
Abstracts: The mother of all traffic jams. The return of mouth and trousers. Very much a shame of two halves, Brian
Abstracts: The mother of a struggle. Vermont. I never got a moment's peace
Abstracts: The mother of reinvention. Adding dazzle to dark music. Still tough, still at the top
Abstracts: The mouse that soared. The French miss. Dannii, we hardly knew you
Abstracts: The move upmarket that led to a cabinet minister's fall from grace. Long feud with Brown sapped his will to fight
Abstracts: The movie mogul's guide to Cannes. Who is the patent agent with the mark of approval? Who's the food mogul sitting at the top table?
Abstracts: The moving picture show. Oscar material? Er, not quite.... Inaction man
Abstracts: The mullah who made me change my views on Islam. No man has the right, ever. The right to count yourself out
Abstracts: The multi-layered genius of Ozbek. All Paris awaits the coming of the plumber's son from Streatham. The elves and the shoemaker
Abstracts: Them, us and the Putney war. Getting a high out of finance. The Clinton connection
Abstracts: The music goes round and round. Welcome to the pleasure dome. The bickering on display about the Dome is what's most revealing
Abstracts: The mysterious death-trap of youth. The mother of all questions. Deaf and blind, but good at seeing red
Abstracts: The mystery millionaire. Can this man save Sainsbury's? Portfolio man
Abstracts: The myth of the great French detective. Because he's worth it. Jewish art dynasty sues over claims of Nazi collaboration
Abstracts: The myths of Sarajevo. Men of God receive their call-up papers. How Sarajevo has become the springboard into Europe
Abstracts: The naked and the dead earnest. The art of decoration and the colour of pleasure. Through a glass, darkly
Abstracts: The name in the frame. Are homosexuals gay? As pathetic as any TV dinner
Abstracts: The name of the game. He like playing for people who don't like him. Good job too. The fans have gone; the hat is no more, but Gilbert O'Sullivan carries on regardless
Abstracts: The name of the game is all in a good cause. Charity begins in the job market. When opposites attract
Abstracts: The name of the pose. Open wide: this won't hurt a bit. The A to H of Dante
Abstracts: The name's Bond. PFI Bond. When the practitioner becomes the purchaser. An ugly home truth
Abstracts: The National Lottery and its retail implications. Retail store design. Retail sales: overall pub turnover
Abstracts: The nation in a state. So who's up, who's down, who's in, who's out. Who cares? What a politician really thinks about her ungrateful voters
Abstracts: The need for NEDs in burgeoning businesses. Wanted: an ABC for greenhorn entrepreneurs. Bank on a good business relationship
Abstracts: The new anti-porn weapon is shame. Will it wobble Smith's off the top shelf? We can think, now we must do
Abstracts: The New approach to old problems. Into the fast lane: sixth-formers may get a taste of university. How to eat, sleep and stay solvent
Abstracts: The new face of politics. 'Megan's law' murder puts public on trial. Forgotten victims of terror
Abstracts: The new face of terror: a family man who works for the enemy. Israel's ring of steel lifted, but for how long?
Abstracts: The new French revolution. Britain's fishy role in the quota-hopping scandal. Life, liberty and the purchase of influence
Abstracts: The new front line. Blueprint of a police force for all. Trimble wins: will peace lose?
Abstracts: The new generation: tomorrow belongs to us. Even the stalls cost a bomb.... A day at the races, and that's just for starters
Abstracts: The new generation: tomorrow belongs to us. The war on drugs is a dialogue of the deaf. So, are the kids all right?
Abstracts: The new high priest of fashion. The wrong trousers? Try these for size. Cool, calm and collectable
Abstracts: The new home of Britain's car industry. The Costa del car boom. Big three come over to our side
Abstracts: The new House mistress. Crisis? What crisis? All's well with ITV. In a New York state of mind
Abstracts: The New Muslims: why are so many of us joining the most unpopular religion on earth? It's the end of the world as they know it
Abstracts: The new Page. New play? Take it to the Max. Alfreds' way: more method, less madness
Abstracts: The new pavement artists. The official style. A temple to the spirit of Rome
Abstracts: The new pilots of the airwaves. Did you get very far? Aha, aha ... Right up her street
Abstracts: The new problem that is thousands of years old. It was 30 years ago today. 100 years of crowd pleasing
Abstracts: The new problem that is thousands of years old. The world has a weight problem. Is 10 years enough for Paddy?
Abstracts: The new voice of America. The family that plays to win. Yvonne Dionne
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