New Scots of The Antarctic 2004-12-30Posted by clype in Articles of Interest, Discovery, Humanities, Scotland.
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Craig Mathieson, 35, an accountant, reached ‘The South Pole’ late on Tuesday night, 2004-12-28 after a 1 175 km hike across Antarctica, according to organisers of the Scot 100 expedition.
Mr.Mathieson called his wife, Michele, to tell her (more…)
The Polymeal 2004-12-17Posted by clype in Health.
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Dining regularly on a “Polymeal”, devised with ingredients to boost the health of the heart and blood vessels, could cut the risk of cardiovascular disease by more than three-quarters, researchers claim.
7th British Independent Film Awards 2004-12-02Posted by clype in Humanities, List, Statistics.
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|Best Achievement In Production||‘Vera Drake’|
|Best British Documentary||‘Touching the Void’|
|Best British Independent Film||‘Vera Drake’|
|Best British Short Film||‘School of Life’|
|Best Director of a British Independent Film||Mike Leigh||‘Vera Drake’|
|Best Foreign Independent Film||‘Oldboy’|
|Best Performance by a Supporting Actor or Actress in a British Independent Film||Eddie Marsan||‘Vera Drake’|
|Best Performance by an Actor in a British Independent Film||Phil Davis||‘Vera Drake’|
|Best Performance by an Actress in a British Independent Film||Imelda Staunton||‘Vera Drake’|
|Best Screenplay||Simon Pegg / Edgar Wright||‘Shaun of the Dead’|
|Best Technical Achievement||Mike Eley||‘Touching the Void’|
|Most Promising Newcomer||Ashley Walters||‘Bullet Boy’|
|The Douglas Hickox Award||John Crowley||‘Intermission’|
|The Richard Harris Award||Bob Hoskins|
|The Special Jury Prize||Norma Heyman|
|The Variety UK Personality Award||JK Rowling|
- -6th British Independent Film Awards 2003-12-02