The Guardian: G2

Friday 11 February 2011

    Comment & features p2

  • The apocalypse according to Ashton Kutcher

    Ashton Kutcher and how he possibly imagines a Mayan apocalypse – a scene from Apocalypto. The Hollywood star believes that, according to Mayan prophecy, the world will end in December 2012. But that if he works out enough he will be able to save his loved ones . . .
  • Sex and drugs and Charlie Sheen

    Charlie Sheen. A film is being planned of the actor's recent 36-hour bender with five women and a bag of cocaine. A porn film

    Comment & features p4

  • Less is more: the age of minimalism

    Books Who needs books, DVDs or photos now that our lives are increasingly digitised? There are some things we can never let go

    Comment & features p7

  • Westminster digested

    Cameron worries that Osborne has been too beastly to the banks and they'll stop giving money to the party

    Comment & features p9

  • Berlusconi – the master salesman

    Silvio Berlusconi

    Alexander Chancellor: Despite everything, Silvio Berlusconi is still in office. His secret? He has 'the sun in his pocket'

    Comment & features p10

  • Is Jeremy Bamber innocent?

    Jeremy Bamber 1986

    Jeremy Bamber was convicted of killing five members of his family in 1985 and is one of only 38 prisoners serving a whole-life sentence. But does new evidence show he didn't do it?

    Comment & features p16

  • Pubic hair removal: The naked truth

    naked hairless Porn has sparked a trend for the permanent, complete removal of women's pubic hair. Why have some of us followed with unquestioning servility, asks Bidisha
  • My big, fat DIY wedding

    Momtaz Begum-Hossain wedding

    The average cost of a wedding in the UK today is £21,000. Keen crafter Momtaz Begum-Hossain set out to spend nothing. How did she fare?

  • My DIY wedding

    Trail Momtaz's wedding: Wedding 11 Gallery Gallery (10 pictures):

    Momtaz Begum-Hossain created her 'ultimate extravaganza' big day at half the cost of a typical wedding. From headpiece to cake, here's how she did it.

    TV and radio in G2 p26

  • Tonight's TV highlights

    VARIOUS - 1970S Father Ray Comes Out | Hustle | Embarrassing Bodies | Sergei Rachmaninoff: The Harvest Of Sorrow | Reggae Britannia; Reggae Britannia At The Barbican | True Blood

    Puzzles and cartoon p28

  • Sudoku 1,794 hard

    Fill the grid so that every row, every column and every 3x3 box contains the numbers 1 to 9

  • Kakuro 1,178 hard

    Fill the grid so that each run of squares adds up to the total in the box above or to the left

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