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Anyway, enough jabbering here's what's new on Netflix in June 2017. TV shows highlights for June, 2017 GLOW (Season 1): From the makers of Orange is the New Black comes GLOW, a fictionalised take on the real-life all-women professional wrestling league of the same name that existed during the '80s. Why's it called GLOW? It stands for Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, so expect a cast of strong ladies (including Community's Alison Brie) kicking butt while wearing outrageous spandex outfits. Release date: June 23, 2017. Orange is the New Black (Season 5) : Everyone's favourite group of incarcerated women is back with the fifth season of Orange is the New Black. Season four ended on quite a down note, with fan-favourite Lolly (Lori Petty) being dragged away to a psych ward. We she be back? We'll have to wait and see. Release date: June 9, 2017.
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Anyway, enough jabbering here's what's new on Netflix in June 2017. TV shows highlights for June, 2017 GLOW (Season 1): From the makers of Orange is the New Black comes GLOW, a fictionalised take on the real-life all-women professional wrestling league of the same name that existed during the '80s. Why's it called GLOW? It stands for Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, so expect a cast of strong ladies (including Community's Alison Brie) kicking butt while wearing outrageous spandex outfits. Release date: June 23, 2017. Orange is the New Black (Season 5) : Everyone's favourite group of incarcerated women is back with the fifth season of Orange is the New Black. Season four ended on quite a down note, with fan-favourite Lolly (Lori Petty) being dragged away to a psych ward. We she be back? We'll have to wait and see. Release date: June 9, 2017.
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Filed under: Motorsports , Ferrari , Racing It was a very tense race. I knew that (staying out) was the chance to win and I was able to use that window and come out ahead. After that I was able to control the gap behind," said Vettel. Continue reading The Monaco Grand Prix clearly highlights Ferrari's team orders The Monaco Grand Prix clearly highlights Ferrari's team orders originally appeared on Autoblog on Sun, 28 May 2017 19:30:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds . Permalink | Email this | Comments
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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MUSIC fans arrived in their thousands for the final day of Radio 1''s Big Weekend in Hull.The two-day festival at the Burton Constable site kicked off yesterday (Saturday, May 27) and saw 25,000 people turn out to see the likes of Katy Perry, Biffy Clyro and Kasabian.Today (Sunday, May 28, kicked off with Little Mix in an early slot on the main stage. Despite many fans only just arriving, the girls wasted no time in delivering one of the best performances of the day. Highlights included Salute,...
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that of Nick Isiekwe. Danny Care claimed the third. You can see highlights of the match on BBC 2 at midnight
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What remains to be seen is the political timing of this, just to come back to this, because it could be seen that this just highlights the fact and the figures that you ran through, or I ran through, and we talked about,.
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Lewis Hamilton told his team "the battle's not over" after his disappointing Monaco Grand Prix. Here are the team radio highlights.
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at the highlights from the UK city of culture. We will be back in the summer, but you can get your cultural fix on our website. Goodbye
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We remember David Bowie and the Spiders from Mars with the drummer, Woody Woodmansey. But first, here's my guide to some 2017 highlights and a little look ahead at what is to come
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here at Mount Pleasant in central London. They're actually moving all their archives to a purpose built centre just over the road and the highlights will be put on display. Oh, wow
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Chris we don't trust the opinion polls perish the thought but you can't ignore the fact that politicians do examine them in minute detail and as a result there's a degree have relief in labour ranks highlights one of Topsy Turvy election this is the big question where does the main opposition can resist the advances of the ruling party I've been to see how labour doing in one see where they're trying to hang on against the strong conservative challenge Darlington County Durham gets out car to get the pens paper stickers makes already fitted also thank you very much lovely but neither does progress in the opinion polls progress.
Bleacher Report
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The 2017 French Open claimed its first big upset on the opening day of competition, as the top-seeded Angelique Kerber lost in two sets to Ekaterina Makarova on Sunday. Kerber isn't known as a strong clay player and proved it again Sunday. Ben Rothenberg of the New York Times was taken aback with how little conviction she showed: Makarova found tons of success on Kerber's serve, running out to an easy 6-2, 6-2 win. She didn't even need to play her best tennis to get past the women's World No. 1, as Kerber gifted her points left and right. When momentum finally seemed to turn late in the second set, with the German star grabbing a break, she promptly double-faulted to hand the advantage right back. The final game was brutal to watch, as Makarova failed to make good on several opportunities. Kerber's luck eventually ran out, and per Stuart Fraser of the Times , she set the kind of record you'd rather not own: The result opened the door for Karolina Pliskova or Simona Halep to overtake Kerber for the No.
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Welcome to Media Monitor, where we unpack news that hogged headlines of the week. The topics that we will be tackling this morning are as follows: . We discuss highlights of the three day ANC NEC meeting currently on its last day in Irene. . Eskom continues to face scrutiny over the reappointment of Brain Molefe . We talk continental happenings news, focusing on Lesotho and Zambia . And lastly we discuss the Bafana Bafana team selected to face Nigeria for the opening match of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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Pope Francis highlighted the struggles that workers face in a globalized economy with a visit Saturday to a troubled steel factory in Genoa, where he stressed how jobs give people a sense of human dignity and denounced those who exploit workers.The visit put a focus on the...
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