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Real Time Friday, 28 May, 2004, 12:53 GMT 13:53 UK
Penny and Richard met at last year's blind date ball 'I didn't believe in love at first sight - but I do now'
Last Valentine's Day, Richard Jones went to a blind date ball. He never thought he'd meet his ideal woman - until he saw Penny McCarthy.
Seven years in the footsteps of early man
Last May a British couple set off on an epic walk across four continents. After a year's break for injuries, they are about to resume their trek.
The modern village bobby
Fighting rural crime is an issue highlighted by countryside campaigners. In Derbyshire, a retired inspector is trying out a mobile police station.
Roger Squires, Guinness record holder for compiling crosswords Tales from a cryptic crossworder
The world's most prolific crossword compiler has set his hardest puzzle yet - a 3D teaser for an online treasure hunt expected to take a year to crack.
Cherie Blair has a lifestyle coach. What could one do for you? Need a lifestyle coach?
Cherie Blair pays friend Carole Caplin for advice on fashion, fitness and well-being. What could a lifestyle coach do for you? Gina Pickersgill, of ABCoach, explains.
Judge Dredd photo courtesy of Rebellion 'I invented Judge Dredd'
To mark the 25th anniversary of the comic 2000AD, writer John Wagner recalls how he came up with its ruthless lawman.
Jessica Moore and Jessica Russak Long watch over WTC dead
Young women are - unusually - taking part in a Jewish ritual to watch over the WTC dead. Here, two students reflect on their nights at the morgue.
Rob Jonquière What it's like to help someone die
A Dutch doctor reflects on a patient who asked him to end her life.

The voice-over artist chosen to give computers British accents
My voice, your e-mail


A former British weapons inspector recalls his time in Iraq
I found bio-weapons


On the film set of The Lord of the Rings trilogy
My time as an orc


Pepys offered insights into Restoration London
Pepys' diary as weblog


The former US Marine who plans to lead a group of Westerners to be human shields in IraqHuman shields
'I'm recruiting volunteers to go to Iraq'

The English couple who have taken a Zambian orphan under their wingGood samaritan
'The HIV orphan we've taken under our wing'

During the 1952 smog, a former ballet dancer walked in front of her finance's car to guide him the 16 miles homePitch black
'The toxic smog of 1952 hit us like a wall'

The city gal who feels in a minority of one among the blue-rinsesBlue taboo
'I am a trendy Tory - and I do not fit in'
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