URINE TROUBLE The ex-SAS man, 44, places his fate in the hands of viewers as part of Bandersnatch-style flick NETFLIX have announced a new interactive survival starring Bear Grylls – and fans can’t wait to make him drink his own wee. The ex-SAS man, 44, places his fate in the hands of viewers as part of Bandersnatch-style You vs World. He wrote on Twitter: “This is going to be a journey unlike any I’ve EVER embarked on before. I need YOU to think ahead, choose wisely, and most importantly, never give up.” Every outcome is prerecorded so fans can pick up survival tips from Bear. But several were excited at the prospect of making him drink his own urine to survive. One wrote: “Can’t wait to make Bear Grylls drink so much of his own piss that he literally dies.” SICK ABUSE Baby needed artificial anus after horrific sex abuse ‘at hands of evil parents’ murder riddle 'Lady of the Hills' body found 15 … [Read more...] about Netflix fans excited to make Bear Grylls drink own wee in new interactive survival show You vs World
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Hello and welcome to LIVE coverage of Hull KR 's Super League round six clash against Catalans Dragons from KCOM Craven Park. The stadium hosts two matches this afternoon, with Toronto Wolfpack's Championship fixture against Batley Bulldogs taking place immediately after this top-flight encounter. Rovers are looking to make it back-to-back wins, having overcome Wakefield Trinity last time out, whilst Catalans are in desperate need of a response having being humiliated 46-0 at home to Salford Red Devils. Tim Sheens makes two changes to his side, with Lee Jewitt and James Greenwood dropping out and Joel Tomkins and Robbie Mulhern coming back into the squad. We'll have all of the build-up including team news, score updates, pictures and post-match reaction. Updates will load below - thanks for joining us! Hull KR vs Catalans Dragons will kick off in... 0 Days 0 Hours 0 minutes 0 Seconds Gareth Westmorland Tomkins speak exclusively to Hull Live on his … [Read more...] about LIVE Hull KR vs Catalans: Team news & score updates
Pep Guardiola has had a remarkable impact in just three years at Manchester City. The former Barcelona and Bayern Munich coach led City to a record-breaking season last year, surpassing 100 points on the way to the Premier League title. Not only are City ruthless in getting results, they are playing a sumptuous style of football, which has earned them plaudits all over the world. City have come a long way since Guardiola's first season, where they were hammered by the likes of Everton and Leicester . So, how has Guardiola changed Manchester City since his first game in charge? Jaquob Crooke takes a look... How have the starting XIs compared? Starting XI vs Sunderland, 13 August 2016: Caballero, Sagna, Stones, Kolarov, Clichy, Fernandinho, David Silva, Sterling, De Bruyne, Nolito, Aguero Starting XI vs Schalke, 12 March 2019: Ederson, Walker, Danilo, Laporte, Zinchenko, Bernardo Silva, Gundogan, David Silva, Sterling, Aguero, Sane A ball-playing goalkeeper Joe Hart was … [Read more...] about How Pep Guardiola’s Man City starting XI has changed since first match
Rory Sutherland 16 March 2019 9:02 AM 16 March 2019 9:02 AM Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Email Whatsapp I have a dim memory from 1970 of a primly dressed distant relative visiting in a Baby Austin. This, I later learned, was the anthropologist Beatrice Blackwood. I googled her 45 years later and was astonished to find she had spent several years in the 1920s and 1930s living alone among Stone Age tribes in New Guinea. Her pet kitten so enchanted the normally fierce Kukukuku that they even built her a temporary house. Aside from her travels, what also surprised me was how close-knit the world of anthropology then was. Just a few hundred people gave rise to debates which are still alive today. Nature vs nurture, for instance. Or IQ testing. Blackwood was a close friend of Hortense Powdermaker, who was later to write a fascinating study of Hollywood called Hollywood, the Dream Factory. She and Powdermaker shared an intense dislike of Margaret Mead, whose … [Read more...] about Are IQ tests really the best way to measure nature vs nurture?
Most Liverpool fans are happy enough with a Champions League quarter-final draw that saw the club paired with Porto. But not every set of supporters are as pleased as the Reds. Manchester United will take on Barcelona in the quarters, while Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City are set to face off in the only all-English tie, with Ajax vs Juventus the only game not involving a Premier League club. It’s safe to say these United fans below are not rating their chances highly. Spurs’ supporters have taken a similar approach. There are some hilarious reactions below to their draw with Man City. Meanwhile, City fans are naturally confident about the fixture against Spurs considering the recent form of both teams. Read More Champions League draw … [Read more...] about What Man Utd, Spurs and Man City fans are saying about CL draw