Retired geography teacher Davyth Fear, from Caernarfon, Wales, flew through the questions - securing an impressive £500,000 with his phone-a-friend lifeline still available. But he was stumped when reaching the final round by a question dubbed as 'easy' by fans (above) … [Read more...] about Brother, I’m a millionaire! History teacher becomes first winner in 14 years as he scoops ITV quiz jackpot just 12 months after his brother walked away with £500,000 – and he answered all 15 questions in ‘record time’
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‘Poly faces telling a unique Poly story’ In Sāmoan culture, the legends of the islands are passed down through oral traditions, preserved through the cultural institutions that have safeguarded them for generations, such as the fa’amatai, the chiefly system of governance in Sāmoa, or the fāgogo, an ancient Sāmoan performance art. … [Read more...] about Football’s first fa’afafine: trans rights trailblazer Jaiyah Saelua on stardom and sisterhood
QUOTE OF THE DAY “So many people feel there’s no solution to the world’s problems, but Forest Green are already doing plenty – and showing others the way. I’m so excited to be part of the FGR family. I’ll be helping where I can, supporting people who want to change the world for the better” – Arsenal eco-warrior Héctor Bellerín, who recently raised enough cash to plant 60,000 trees in the Amazon rainforest, has now gone and invested £250,000 in everyone’s favourite environmentally friendly football club. … [Read more...] about Putting together a squad of players relegated from the Premier League
Let’s start with the inaugural World Cup in 1930. “Argentina and France were the two favourites to win Pool A, so their clash was a potential group decider to see who would progress to the semi-finals,” writes Chris Page. “In the 84th minute, with Argentina 1-0 up, Marcel Langiller went through on goal only for referee Gilberto de Almeida Rêgo from Brazil (hmm ...) to blow for time. After some vigorous protests, the referee agreed to restart play. The chance was gone though, Argentina won 1-0 and went on to top the group.” … [Read more...] about In which matches have whistle-happy referees blown for time too early?
The former Ajax and Internazionale manager was appointed in late June to succeed Sam Allardyce at Selhurst Park after a month-long selection process headed by the chairman, Steve Parish, and with the input of Palace’s American major shareholders, David Blitzer and Josh Harris. De Boer arrived in south London on a three-year contract promising “evolution, not revolution” and the aim to make Palace “a solid Premier League team, not to struggle with relegation”. … [Read more...] about Frank de Boer’s future at Crystal Palace in serious doubt after poor start