Best of Britain: Who’s watching?

September 2, 2010

It’s been a week of events worth watching.  From Tony Blair’s interview with Andrew Marr to performers at the Notting Hill Carnival, as well as a protest against stoning in Trafalgar Square.

Also included are photos of people watching the fourth England vs. Pakistan test match, a couple embracing after a music festival, a view from the Millenium Bridge and a photo juxtaposing the old and the new ways of generating energy.

Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) members look through a window into the Long Room to watch the presentations after England defeated Pakistan in the fourth cricket test match at Lord's Cricket Ground in London August 29, 2010.   REUTERS/Philip Brown

Former Prime Minister Tony Blair appears on BBC journalist Andrew Marr's television program in London August 30, 2010. REUTERS/Jeff Overs/BBC/Handout

A young woman takes part in the annual Notting Hill Carnival street party in London, August 30, 2010.  REUTERS/Paul Hackett

The first phase of a new wind farm is seen next to Drax power station in Drax, September 2, 2010.   REUTERS/Nigel Roddis

Pedestrians are reflected in glass as they cross the Millennium Bridge in front of St Paul's Cathedral in London August 21, 2010. Picture taken August 21, 2010.    REUTERS/Luke MacGregor

A couple kiss as revellers leave the South West Four music festival on Clapham Common in London August 28, 2010. The two-day weekend festival will feature DJs such as Fatboy Slim and Paul Oakenfold.    REUTERS/Dylan Martinez

A demonstrator holding a placard casts a shadow accross a banner during a protest against stoning in Trafalgar Square, London, August 28, 2010. The protest was organized to coincide with similar ones in cities around the world after an international campaign was sparked by case of Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani in Iran; who was sentenced to death by stoning for adultery.  REUTERS/Paul Hackett

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