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2014/10/24 13:39
2014/10/24 13:39
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... Charts A Tumultuous, Formative Century The 17th century was one of the most radical periods in all of English history. It was an era of enormous change, upheaval, debate and extreme...
2014/10/24 13:39
2014/10/24 13:39
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2014/10/23 10:02
2014/10/23 10:02
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Golden Oldies: Nick Le Prevost and Gemma Jones. Photo: Simon Annand Without getting all academic on its ass, and despite what the programme may tell you, Richard Brinsley Sheridan’s 1775 play is not...
2014/10/22 14:56
2014/10/22 14:56
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LONDON: Singapore's President Tony Tan Keng Yam has been conferred the prestigious King Charles II Medal by the Royal Society. It is the world's oldest science society, with a history of breaking new...
2014/10/20 23:18
2014/10/20 23:18
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This raises the question, when did that ugly bear first raise its head? By our analysis, the first fateful year was 1692 when a four-year bear market began in England. If we take the price of East...
2014/10/19 04:38
2014/10/19 04:38
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FORSYTH COUNTY — Before examining the incredible 1662 copy of the Book of Common Prayer, the 11thpart in the Forsyth County News’ series on resident Charles Payette’s Bible collection, it is important...
2014/10/17 09:53
2014/10/17 09:53
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On This Day - Monday 13 The River Rea’s revenge. It’s June 1924, and floods put Sir Johns Road, Bournville, under many feet of water. 1163: The body of the Anglo Saxon King, Edward (the Confessor),...
2014/10/17 05:12
2014/10/17 05:12
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The worst joke of all time may be that one that did the rounds when Titanic was released in cinemas in 1997. “I can tell you how it ends!” a million dads chortled, as if they were the first to...
2014/10/16 23:37
2014/10/16 23:37
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From the lowly Pudding Lane bakery where it all started, to the Seething Lane residence of diarist Samuel Pepys and the court of King Charles II himself, all of London is here. Thomas Farriner the...
2014/10/15 11:34
2014/10/15 11:34
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Crazy Cromwell comedy to come to HuntingdonOliver Cromwell. Heads will roll when writer and actor Gareth Calway performs his acclaimed show about one of Huntingdonshire’s most famous sons. To send a...
2014/10/12 17:50
2014/10/12 17:50
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A piece of Spalding’s history – a battle honour earned by The Lincolns – is now there for all to see at the former drill hall in Haverfield Road. The Sphinx badge is something veterans from The Royal...
2014/10/12 15:42
2014/10/12 15:42
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It is fair to call Charles Dance a veteran of UK television. His four decades of screen credits include some of the most critically acclaimed dramas, from Jewel in the Crown and Rebecca to Bleak House...
2014/10/10 23:51
2014/10/10 23:51
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The Great Fire's Charles Dance: 'King Charles was a lecherous party animal' GAME OF THRONES stars Charles Dance and Rose Leslie reunite in Pudding Lane for a drama about the Great Fire of...
2014/10/10 12:51
2014/10/10 12:51
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An informative and absorbing read: The Making Of Home by Judith Flowers review WHEN I was a child, visits to a very elderly cousin involved the twin horrors of going “out the back” to the loo –...
2014/10/10 06:12
2014/10/10 06:12
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The charity boss had just learned at the BBC's Antiques Roadshow valuation day in Glasgow that a silver cup presented to his group in 1683 was worth a whopping £100,000. Willie, chief executive...
2014/10/09 22:21
2014/10/09 22:21
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Why buttons changed the world more than the internet: Forget today’s marvels – a new book hails the power of far humbler inventions People can get by without laptops but not buttons, introduced in...
2014/10/07 10:34
2014/10/07 10:34
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CAST: Members of The Cape Consort VENUE: Fugard Studio until: October 19 (Sundays only) LATE 18th-century music in an intimate setting from a committed ensemble of singers and instrumentalists...
2014/10/03 23:51
2014/10/03 23:51
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The Great Fire and why it nearly sent the monarchy up in flames IT IS late summer 1666 and London is still reeling from the Great Plague of the previous year. This month’s ITV dramatisation shows...
2014/10/03 11:13
2014/10/03 11:13
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The Great Fire tells a story that vaults the barriers of class, from the court of King Charles II (Jack Huston), near-bankrupt after years of war, via philandering diarist and social climber Samuel...
2014/09/30 18:51
2014/09/30 18:51
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New royal gaffe emerges as PM admits he's yet to apologise to Queen over 'purr' comment DAVID Cameron has revealed he is yet to personally apologise to the Queen after claiming she "purred" at the...
2014/09/29 08:31
2014/09/29 08:31
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Photo gallery: Beautiful 16th century Oxnead Hall in north Norfolk opens its gates for Paston Heritage SocietyThe Paston Heritage Society celebrating its 21st anniversary at Oxnead Hall. Left to...
2014/10/24 13:39
2014/10/24 13:39
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