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Bafta TV Awards 2020: Ten things we learned at the virtual ceremony

Bafta TV Awards 2020: Ten things we learned at the virtual ceremony

Entertainment
Media playback is unsupported on your device It was "showbusiness as usual" at this year's Bafta TV Awards, despite the dramatically pared-down ceremony. There was no red carpet or live audience on Friday evening, and winners dialled in remotely to accept their prizes. "Tonight, we reward various people while keeping the kind of distance from them that I've dreamed of my entire life," joked host Richard Ayoade."It is sad it has taken a pandemic to enforce the most basic parameters of personal space."Chernobyl and Stath Lets Flats were among the big winners of the night, and Glenda Jackson won her first TV Bafta at the age of 84.Here are some ceremony highlights alongside a few things we learned in the winners' Zoom room. ...
These financial advisors applied for the PPP loan. They share some lessons learned

These financial advisors applied for the PPP loan. They share some lessons learned

Finance
filadendronAs small businesses sought emergency federal loans, financial advisors not only assisted clients, but also applied for aid to bolster their practices.The Paycheck Protection Program, the $ 349 billion small-business loan offering, ran out of money on April 16 after being open for close to two weeks.More than 1.6 million businesses were approved for funding, according to Treasury. The loans are forgivable, but at least 75% of the forgiven amount must be put toward payroll.Indeed, keeping employees afloat and keeping the lights on were the primary motivators for financial advisors who applied for the loans. Clients' portfolios – as well as advisors' revenues – are already taking a hit as market downturns put a dent into assets."If this thing lasts six months to a year, knowing rev
Prince’s memoir: Seven things we learned

Prince’s memoir: Seven things we learned

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"Yesterday I tried to write a novel, but I didn't know where to begin," sang Prince in his 1982 song Moonbeam Lyrics.More than three decades later, in 2016, he announced he had started to write his autobiography. The purple prose was never finished. On the 21 April that year he died aged 57, three months into the project, having hand-written 28 pages about his childhood, using his trademark abbreviated spellings, U, R, 2, 4 and "eye" for I. "The book coincided with an inward turn in what he was experiencing, in what would turn out to be his final years," says Dan Piepenbring, 33, the writer Prince chose to collaborate with on his memoir The Beautiful Ones, named after his track on the Purple Rain...
Chelsea starlet’s the real deal, Crystal Palace are having a brilliant 2019 and one positive for Arsenal – what we learned in the Premier League

Chelsea starlet’s the real deal, Crystal Palace are having a brilliant 2019 and one positive for Arsenal – what we learned in the Premier League

Sports
The Premier League once again did not fail to disappoint over the weekend with twists and turns that only this division could produce. Manchester City and Liverpool unsurprisingly secured three points, while Chelsea boss Frank Lampard claimed his first win in charge of the club at Norwich. Getty Images - Getty Klopp’s side continued their flying start to the campaign The shocks of the weekend came at Old Trafford and the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, where Crystal Palace and Newcastle secured famous wins on the road to kick their season into gear. But what did we learn from the weekend’s action? talkSPORT.com highlights some of the key take aways from Gameweek 3… Mount is the real deal Frank Lampard has showed faith in his youngsters this season and he
Gareth Southgate: What we learned from England boss on Match of the Day

Gareth Southgate: What we learned from England boss on Match of the Day

Sports
Media playback is not supported on this device Match of the Day: Southgate's World CupWatch on iPlayer here and on Football Focus, Saturday, 29 December at 12:00 GMT on BBC OneIt is more than five months since the World Cup, that glorious summer during which the temperature soared and England fans fell back in love with their football team.Looking back on the tournament, England boss Gareth Southgate has spoken to the BBC as part of a special programme - MOTD: Southgate's World Cup - which is available now on iPlayer.From rubber chickens, to the famous waistcoat and that penalty shootout...