Inside Esquire Weekly: Issue 12

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1 | This very beautiful lady (above) models the 10 best men’s winter jumpers, while the equally lovely Dolly Alderton writes a short essay on the loving link between our women and our wool. Result? We’ve all fallen in love. Twice.

2 | Yes, England have made a good start in The Ashes, but we’ve found 10 cricket experts who think the Aussies could still win the urn (and no, they’re not all Australian, as witnessed by the inclusion of messrs Gower, Tufnell and Hussain in the line-up).

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3 | To commemorate the last ever episode of Eastbound & Down, we pay homage to the most unpleasant man on television, the one and only Kenny Powers. Guns, drugs, dwarves and jet-skis galore!

4 | Computer Chess might be an indie film about a fictional nerd world war among Eighties super-geeks, but Esquire Weekly’s Film Editor Kevin Maher argues it might also be the most timely movie of the year.

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5 | As Doctor Who prepares to turn 50 (well, in fact nobody knows his exact age – not even him), Andrew Harrison looks at how an educational vehicle for kids became a global phenomenon, and serves up a definitive A-Z of bug-eyed monsters, tin Hitlers and robot dogs.

6 | No, The Ashes is not the biggest showdown of the coming days. That distinction goes to the impending face-off between the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Here, the respected tech columnist Rob Waugh looks at what both Sony and Microsoft hope to achieve with their new launches, and weighs up the respective strengths and weaknesses of the new consoles.

 

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