Attendees Confirmed For Virgin TV British Academy Television Awards

Attendees Confirmed For Virgin TV British Academy Television Awards
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‘Shtisel’ Fills a Void in Israeli Television
The creators of the new hit Israeli Hebrew-language TV drama series “Shtisel,” which debuted earlier this summer on the YES cable channel, are pleased by the series’s popularity; however, they say they are not surprised by it. The unique appeal of …
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NCAA Hockey: Current NCHC Television Deal is Unacceptable
The National Collegiate Hockey Conference will launch its new website on August first, and a full CBS Sports Network broadcast schedule was announced today as well. Yippy Skippy! Good times have come our way. Then, I read this newspaper article in the …
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Hold the chop suey: British fans of Chinese cuisine can now eat, and cook, the real thing

Chicken&Wine 2/09Hold the chop suey: British fans of Chinese cuisine can now eat, and cook, the real thing
Gloopy sweet and sour pork, chicken chop suey and fried rice were once Chinese dishes of choice in Britain. Fortunately, places serving these poorly made versions of Cantonese classics – and Western inventions – are now being rivalled by restaurants …
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Comfortable cuisine: Tahoe’s 10 best California lakefront dining options
TAHOE CITY, Calif. — Let’s face it. There is dining — and then there is waterfront dining. Whether it’s a glass of wine as the setting sun casts the lake in rosy hues, or a craft beer and a burger next to the babbling Truckee River, few experiences …
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Smart Cooking: Philippine cuisine shaped by many influences
There are always a few international cuisines in the panoply of food trends, and right now the spotlight in Asia is moving from Indonesia and the Malay Peninsula to the Philippines. And the product that is emblematic of that country’s food is banana ketchup.
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British Lionhearts reach World Series of Boxing semi-final

sportBritish Lionhearts reach World Series of Boxing semi-final
Wins for Luke McCormack and Frazer Clarke from the GB Boxing squad, along with victories for two of the team’s overseas boxers, Ronny Beblik of Germany and Bulgaria’s Radoslav Pantaleev, ensured the Lionhearts progressed in convincing fashion, …
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Meet the next great boxer that nobody wants to fight
In those early weeks, shortly after Gennady Golovkin moved to California to advance and propel his budding boxing career, his new trainer sat him in front of a dry-erase board. Abel Sanchez wrote down Nos. 1-12, and put Muhammad Ali’s name at the top.
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“It’s only blood. It’ll wash out,”
In other words it was a successful day at the Moana Amateur Boxing Tournament at Hamilton’s Celebrating Age Centre on Saturday. Former Zimbabwean, now Auckland resident Wendell Stanley went up against James Collecutt​ – both 15 in one of the …
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Pro golf: Wisconsin native Jordan Niebrugge opens with 67 at British Open

sportPro golf: Wisconsin native Jordan Niebrugge opens with 67 at British Open
“It’s not target golf, like back in the States. Just to play around here and use your imagination is cool.” Niebrugge played in the Walker Cup in 2013 and is one of the rising talents in the United States. But he has said he will not turn professional …
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PRO GOLF: Jason Day rallies to win Canadian Open
“There are so many good Canadian players. I feel bad Mike Weir never won this golf tournament. But Graham DeLaet, David, there are a bunch of fine young players, so I’m sure it’s going to happen.” Day was coming off a fourth-place tie Monday in the …
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Pro golf: Mequon’s Jordan Niebrugge joins co-leader Paul Dunne in turning the
United States’ Jordan Niebrugge crosses the Swilcan Bridge during the third round of the British Open Golf Championship at the Old Course, St. Andrews, Scotland, Sunday, July 19, 2015. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant). 2015-07-20T07:20:00Z Pro golf: Mequon’s …
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