Posted: 15 Jan 2009 09:15 AM CST
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger remains confident of signing Zenit’s Andrei Arshavin, despite the looming threat of Manchester City throwing their zillions of dollars into the ring to scupper the deal.
Wenger, who has always kept Arsenal on the path of stringent financial prudence, also seemed somewhat annoyed about the way things are shaping up in the sport these days with the influx of billionaire owners:
Posted: 15 Jan 2009 04:16 AM CST
With a new crew in place, Mickey decides to con intellectual property experts Carlton and Harry, whose ruthless business practices have led to a suicide.
Posing as a hot new PR company, Mickey and Emma sell the pair a gimmick to promote the ‘Spider’s Web’, a security device for precious works of art.
Naturally the con artists have a hidden agenda, but when rookie grifter Sean messes up a simple task, will Mickey regret taking on someone so green to play the long cons?
Not a gritty drama but good fun.
BBC1 9pm Tonight
Posted: 15 Jan 2009 03:55 AM CST
Posh Spice, Victoria Beckham poses in underwear on her first photo shoot for Armani..
Beckham, 34, has a £12m, 3 year contract with the clothes designer and is looking almost too good.
In the past Posh has complained that she has a saggy tummy and looks crap naked.
The black and white photographs, shot by celebrated fashion photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, will appear on billboards around the world, as well as in magazines.
Designer Giorgio Armani hailed Ms Beckham as: “a stylish and intriguing woman”, adding: “Great underwear is alluring and provocative, and so I wanted to work with someone who would make a real impression.”
Either those photos have been touched up or she has seriously underestimated herself, speaking of which, Adobe, the makers of Photoshop, just announced news of 13% increase in sales…
Posted: 15 Jan 2009 03:38 AM CST
Verne voted Tina for her massive ego, he said: "She thinks she is more attractive and ultimately full of herself."
Coolio nominated both Ulrika and Michelle – accusing the Swede of having a big head.
We think foul mouthed Tina will get kicked out and good ridance to her.
Who do you think will go?
Posted: 15 Jan 2009 03:34 AM CST
The Family Planning Association is training youth workers to ’support’ teenage users of pornographic websites, videos and magazines (which must be close to 99% of all male teenagers). The group is concerned that boys are gaining too much of their knowledge about sex from hardcore porn films.
Some experts are calling for schools to show pupils images of sex to teach them what it is really like.
The new course, for youth workers who visit schools, is designed to ‘explore the impact and influence of pornography on young people’s attitudes to sex, safer sex, their sexual development and relationships’.
The course is called ‘Fantasy v reality: the impact and influence on pornography on young people’. Mark Limmer of Lancaster University said:”If we are serious about countering some of these images that they see in pornography, we have to give young people more explicit images of sex”.
We at The DailyDust look back to our childhoods and agree, Peter and Jane did us no favours what so ever.
Hat tip Daily Mail
Posted: 14 Jan 2009 11:37 AM CST
"I am not a number, I am a free man!" went the famous phrase from The Prisoner, and it is that show that Patrick McGoohan will be most remembered for in the UK. The creator of one of the classic TV series of all times has died at the age of 80 in Los Angeles after a short illness.
Famously turning down the chance to play two of the major 60's spys in the UK (James Bond and Simon Templair in The Saint), he set about becoming a household name in Danger Man.
That was followed up by The Prisoner, and McGoohan's place in our hearts was assured, although the reaction to the final episode saw him move to the US thanks to the public reaction.
He continued his quirky TV CV, directing five episodes of Columbo, writing two of them, and acting as the murderer in four other notable clashes with the shabbily dressed yet sharp minded detective.
McGoohan leaves behind a lasting legacy of film and television, challenging yet hugely commercial at the same time.
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