500k in a day has quite a ring to it… so this July 5/6 I’ve persuaded two mates to ride from Falmouth to London with me to support a children’s cancer charity.
INTERVIEW: ‘Switched on’ Cushing can help Man City Women win a trophy this season, says striker Ross
Manchester City have no time to be glum – they’re a team in a hurry with trophies on their mind, says striker Jane Ross.
Eric Clapton: Life in 12 Bars – MM chat with Oscar winner Lili Fini Zanuck about her first film in over 25 years
A film about Eric Clapton was always going to get you tapping your foot.
Lurching violently – much like many of the tragic characters – from prophecy to farce, Anton Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya was ahead of its time.
‘You can’t unsee Hitchcock films’: 78/52 director Alexandre O. Philippe chats Psycho tribute with MM
Manchester gets its fair share of rain yet once you’ve watched Alexandre O. Philippe’s brilliant Psycho tribute you might never see water the same way again.
In a world of people grotesquely craving celebrity status, there are others who steer refreshingly well away from it.
‘Shoulda, woulda, coulda’: Sale Sharks’ Briggs wants no ‘demons’ to surface during crucial Premiership run in
A week ago Sale Sharks’ unbeaten home run this season was over. This weekend they have a golden opportunity to cast another spell over visiting teams.
Sale Sharks captain Magnus Lund knows when a big game is coming and in Friday’s European Challenge Cup quarter-final against high-flying French outfit Montpellier the Manchester side have exactly that.
Sale Sharks’ signing of Josh Charnley highlights how fortunate the Manchester side are to be the only Premiership club in the northwest, says Will Addison.
Sale Sharks’ bright young fullback Mike Haley has observed one key trait in all the planet’s best no. 15s during the World Cup: stability.
Neil Briggs’ return was confirmed in January when, after four years away from Sale Sharks where he played for six seasons from 2005, including stints at Bourgoin and Leicester, he had little hesitation in deciding he wanted another slice of life in the North West.