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« Reply #120: 12.02.13 at 17:06 »
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And now the Telegraph seems to have gone subscription  Sad
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« Reply #121: 13.02.13 at 09:44 »
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It has had a limited paywall since November 2012.
 
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The Telegraph Website has launched its long-awaited digital paywall with a metered system, charging non-UK users £1.99 a month to visit the site after 20 free page views.
 
Telegraph.co.uk is moving to a metered paywall model similar to the New York Times on Thursday after years of planning. The new payment system was introduced at 12.00 GMT according to an internal email seen by MediaGuardian.....
 

 
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« Reply #122: 13.02.13 at 15:47 »
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So I will be OK if I only read Clive every week  Cheesy
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« Reply #123: 13.02.13 at 18:50 »
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You will certainly be all right with that.
 
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« Reply #124: 15.02.13 at 14:04 »
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Clive James: Princes, prejudice and all that jazz
 
Clive James reviews the week's TV, including Richard III: the King in the Car Park and Dancing on the Edge.  
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Beautiful: Chiwetel Ejiofor and Janet Montgomery in Stephen Poliakoff’s jazz-inspired ‘Dancing on the Edge’
 
 
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« Reply #125: 22.02.13 at 15:17 »
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Clive James on the week's TV: Africa, Nashville and Spiral
 
Clive James gives his verdict on the week's TV including Africa and Nashville.    
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Blunder: in the final episode of ‘Africa’ David Attenborough offered an ‘absurd’ figure about climate change.  Photo: BBC/David Chancellor
 
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« Reply #126: 01.03.13 at 08:56 »
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Clive James on the week's TV: The Good Wife, Dancing on the Edge, Complicit
 
Clive James reviews the week's TV, including The Good Wife, Dancing on the Edge, Complicit.
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Beyond cute: baby penguins from BBC Two’s disguised-camera documentary series ‘Penguins – Spy in the Huddle’    Photo: John Downer Productions
 
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Clive James on the week's TV: Mayday, Spiral, Black Mirror
 
Clive James gives his verdict on the week's television, including Mayday, Dusty Springfield at the BBC and Charlie Brooker's Black Mirror.    
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Sophie Okenedo and Hannah Jean-Baptiste star in Mayda Photo: BBC

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« Reply #128: 14.03.13 at 09:53 »
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Clive James: why Broadchurch trumped Mayday
 
Clive James reviews the week's TV, including Broadchurch, Story of Music and Dallas.  
 

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Clive James on the week's TV: Is Parks and Recreation the new Twenty Twelve?
 
Clive James gives his verdict on the week's television, including Parks and Recreation and Ford’s Dagenham Dream on BBC Four and Red Nose Day.    
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Armed with gags: Amy Poehler, front, stars as the irrepressible Leslie Knope in the BBC Four comedy Parks and Recreation  
 
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« Reply #130: 27.03.13 at 10:00 »
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on 13.02.13 at 15:47, BogusTrumper wrote:
So I will be OK if I only read Clive every week  Cheesy

It looks like we'll all be in the same boat very soon.
 
The Telegraph: subscribe to Britain's finest journalism
 
Telegraph Media Group, the publisher of Telegraph.co.uk, is extending its successful international web subscription model to UK readers.
 
5:05PM GMT 26 Mar 2013
 
Since The Daily Telegraph's creation in 1855, our newspaper has aimed to bring readers Britain's finest journalism. We were the first national UK newspaper to go online in 1994 and our commitment to bringing you the best writers has not changed. A record global audience, exceeding 60 million a month, is enjoying our award-winning website.  
 
The Daily Telegraph continues to have more subscribers than any British national newspaper. We are proud of that fact, and we want to reward our loyal subscribers. So from today, we will be extending our successful international web subscription model to UK readers. Here's how it will work:  
 
• Newspaper subscribers will have unlimited access to our website, in addition to our tablet editions and smartphone apps, at no additional charge.  
 
• Subscribers to our tablet editions also get unlimited access to our website and smartphone apps at no additional charge.  
 
• Readers who are not subscribers will continue to get access to 20 free articles a month on telegraph.co.uk. To go beyond that limit, readers will be invited to choose between two digital subscription packages; our Web Pack, which combines unlimited web access with our smartphone apps, for £1.99 a month; or our full Digital Pack, which includes our tablet editions, for £9.99 a month.  
 
With both packages, readers will be offered a one month free trial before they are asked to commit to a subscription. To find out how to subscribe, visit telegraph.co.uk/subscriptions.  
 
For customer enquiries, email digitalservices@telegraph.co.uk.  
We have exciting plans for coverage of key events this year: a glorious summer of sport featuring Wimbledon, the Lions rugby tour and the Ashes; unrivalled coverage of all the key political events; and cultural highlights including the British Museum’s blockbuster Pompeii exhibition.  
 
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Clive James on Mr & Mrs Smith, X-Men Origins and The Railway: Keeping Britain on Track
 
Clive James on the week's TV, including X-Men Origins and The Railway: Keeping Britain on Track.  
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Clive James on Wodehouse in Exile, Foyle’s War, Boris Johnson: the Irresistible Rise
 
Clive James on the week's TV, including a documentary devoted to Boris Johnson.  
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Ordinary politicians must watch Boris Johnson with alarm  Photo: Paul Grover

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Clive James on... How TV Ruined Your Life, Channel 4 News, Getting On, The High Art of the Low Countries and Coriolanus
 
Clive James on the week's TV including Andrew Graham Dixon's latest series The High Art of the Low Countries.  
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Andrew Graham-Dixon on an artistic tour of the Netherlands in The High Art of the Low Countries on BBC Four Photo: BBC
 
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« Reply #134: 19.04.13 at 17:31 »
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Michael Deacon deputises for Clive this week.
 
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« Reply #135: 26.04.13 at 20:23 »
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Michael Deacon is in the hot seat again this week.
 
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« Reply #136: 26.04.13 at 20:42 »
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Rats! -- Come back Clive! But I concur re the slug...
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« Reply #137: 03.05.13 at 20:23 »
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Another week without Clive, I'm sorry to say.
 
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« Reply #138: 10.05.13 at 13:59 »
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The good news: Clive James returns next week.  
 
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Ronnie O'Sullivan: 'the Coriolanus of the Crucible'

 
Clive James returns, and reveals he's been watching the snooker, AN Wilson's documentaries, and The Politician's Husband.  
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Ronnie O'Sullivan, who won the World Snooker Championship for the fifth time, at the Crucible in Sheffield Photo: Getty Images
 
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