It's the biggest advertising event of the year. The Super Bowl draws
95 million viewers, but Americans prefer the ads to the action.
Sixty-six per cent remembered their favourite ad from last year's game,
but only 39 per cent recalled which team won.
Britain is experiencing the lowest winter temperatures for decades.
People badly need something warm to drink, and an enterprising Norfolk
farming family has got it: St. George's, the very first
English-distilled whisky since the 19th century.
With companies going broke, banks collapsing and even Dubai finding it
hard to find money, British leisure company Halford's surprised the
markets by announcing a 24 per cent earnings increase. "Staycationers"
helped create this recession miracle.
With the race for the riches of the Arctic heating up, even peaceful Canada has been holding war games to prepare for possible military confrontation. Russia has placed its flag beneath the Arctic ice, staking a claim to the natural resources there.
Michael Wanganga has set up his own six-computer cyber café in Kilometre Moja, a collection of concrete shops and wooden kiosks north of Nairobi, surrounded by heaps of burning rubbish and grazing goats.
What's best with fish: red or white wine? Bertrand Faure Beaulieu has
the answer, but you'll have to pay a lot to find out. Anyone with lots
of money but little time and no understanding of wine can now have a
personal sommelier, thanks to Beaulieu.