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Citizen of the world: Hiddink has proved himself at the highest level - from Red Square to Sloane Square

Guus Hiddink: Flying Dutchman

You manage Chelsea Football Club at your peril. So how come the latest man to take on the task is succeeding so spectacularly?

Inside Profiles

Aktar says: 'I told the woman at the end of the phone: 'If you don?t give me the money I need, I will do something'

First person: 'I tried to blackmail Sainsbury's'

Saturday, 18 April 2009

Selina Aktar, 39

Horgan says: 'If I could change one thing about myself, it would be the way my brain chooses to stop working at very important moments'

My secret life: Sharon Horgan, comedienne, 39

Saturday, 18 April 2009

The home I grew up in ... is the house where my parents still live. It's in Bellewstown, County Meath (we moved to Ireland when I was three years old) and sits at the top of a little hill. There are woods to the left, turkey sheds at the back and there's a quarry down the road. It had everything I could possibly want as a child with a 10-Bensons-a-week habit.

My Week: Rodrigo Guerrero

Saturday, 18 April 2009

London has gone crazy for Venezuela's Sim´┐Żn Bolívar Youth Orchestra – and its development officer has been at the centre of the action

Tim Cahill in front of a poster featuring himself and fellow Everton legends Alan Ball, Joe Mercer, Bob Latchford and Mikel Arteta

Tim Cahill: 'We're all about passion, belief and character'

Friday, 17 April 2009

The Brian Viner Interview: Last time he faced United in the FA Cup, the Aussie wore a Millwall shirt. Now at Everton, he has a rematch in Sunday's semi-final – still the underdog, but keen to settle the score.

Healey playing for Leicester Tigers in 2005

Passed/Failed: An education in the life of the former England rugby player Austin Healey

Thursday, 16 April 2009

'I had a fight pretty much every day'

Huhne: 'It is scandalous that there are more than 1,000 police officers still in post despite criminal convictions'

Chris Huhne: You ask the questions

Monday, 13 April 2009

Liberal Democrat home affairs spokesman answers your questions, including, 'Will the Liberal Democrats ever be in power? And are you worth your pay?

Keeping his trousers on: John Barrowman's exhibitionist streak
got him into trouble with the BBC

The house that Captain Jack built

Sunday, 12 April 2009

Handsome, rich and married to his architect. No wonder the actor and singer is on top of the world

Having a ball: Rhys (right) says Fowler's artwork on Super Furry Animals' albums has helped the band define itself

How We Met: Pete Fowler & Gruff Rhys

Sunday, 12 April 2009

'I did a toy figure based on Gruff as an older man with an allotment. I put him in a tank top'

Why I Love: Being an older dad

Sunday, 12 April 2009

Les Dennis, comedian/actor

Jacob Zuma has polarised South African opinion

Jacob Zuma: Deadly serious

Saturday, 11 April 2009

A disgrace to the nation or a populist leader – is Jacob Zuma the best man to lead South Africa on that long walk to freedom?

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