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Danny Kent interview: iPad extra

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Sport chats to 18-year old Danny Kent – Moto3 rider and great British hope for the future, ahead of this weekend's races at Silverstone

Are you looking forward to racing at Silverstone, Danny?
“Yeah I'm really looking forward to it – I really enjoy racing in front of the home crowd. It gives you an extra buzz when you're driving round a track and you're seeing all the English flags and pictures of you out on the side of the track, so I'm really looking forward to it.”


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Whether climbing a mountain, running a marathon or just heading to the local park, this lot should have you covered


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Be they of the poster paint or pirate variety, you could sail the seven seas and do well to find better…



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The world's gone upside down, Fiona Apple is back and she's angry, but at least the Fixers are here to help out


The Idler Wheel…
Fiona Apple


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LG 55EM960V 55” OLED TV

Like your cassette Walkman, your VCR and your Palm Pilot, your flatscreen TV is now painfully out of date. Sorry about that.

Don’t fret, though – the future looks pretty damn good. The latest in image projection is OLED, which stands for organic light-emitting diode. It’s tech that’s been used in phones and tablets for a while, but this is the first TV to make the leap.

TV guide: best of the rest

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AEGON Classic Quarter Finals,
Edgbaston Priory Club, Birmingham,
British Eurosport 12.10pm


Friends Life T20:
Warwickshire v Worcestershire,
Sky Sports 2 5pm


US Open Day 2,
Olympic Club, San Francisco,
Sky Sports 1 5pm


MLB: Chicago Cubs v Boston,
Wrigley Field,
ESPN America 7pm

Rowing: Samsung Rowing World Cup III

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Sunday June 17
BBC2 11am

The season’s third and final Rowing World Cup takes place in Munich this weekend, with GB’s rowers looking for strong displays before they head into the first of their two pre-Games training camps.

For Olympic lightweight double scull champions Mark Hunter and Zac Purchase (below), Munich is a chance to show their sixth place in Lucerne last time out was no cause for concern, while the men’s eight will look to build on their silver medal from last month’s regatta.

Rugby League: England v The Exiles

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Saturday June 16
Langtree Park, St Helens
Sky Sports 2 6.45pm

It’s ‘mate v mate’ as rugby league’s 2012 International Origin Series gets under way on Saturday, with England taking on the Exiles at Langtree Park, St Helens.

The concept of the national team pitting themselves against the best Australian, New Zealand and South Sea Island players in the Stobart Super League was born last year with a one-off game. The Exiles won that one 16-12, thanks to a last-gasp try from Wigan’s George Carmon.

Rugby Union: South Africa v England

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Saturday June 16
Coca-Cola Park, Johannesburg
Sky Sports 2 4pm

Former South Africa captain John Smit said last week that England will have no better chance of beating the Springboks than in the first Test in Durban, thanks to the Boks’ relative lack of preparation, recent Super XV exploits and the comfortable sea level conditions.

Cricket: England v West Indies - 1st ODI

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Saturday June 16
Ageas Bowl, Hampshire
Sky Sports 1 10.30am

The West Indies top order has been dismally weak throughout the recent Test series against England, so for the three one-day internationals they have beefed up their squad by adding the biggest muscles in cricket.

Former captain Chris Gayle (pictured), who hasn’t played for the Windies for 14 months after falling out with the cricket board, has built a few bridges and arrives fresh for action after a destructive display in the Indian Premier League.

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