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2015/04/17 12:13
2015/04/17 12:13
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Last updated at 11:56, Friday, 17 April 2015 TALENTED, ball-handling rugby league forward Alf Woolveridge will be remembered by two of his former teams when Roose Pioneers host the visit of Walney...
2015/04/17 12:13
2015/04/17 12:13
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2015/04/10 13:13
2015/04/10 13:13
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Last updated at 13:15, Friday, 10 April 2015 THERE’S plenty of exciting rugby league action on show in the Furness and South Cumbria area tomorrow with the in-form trio of Millom, Barrow Island and...
2015/04/02 08:13
2015/04/02 08:13
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Last updated at 08:49, Thursday, 02 April 2015 A REPEAT of last year’s Barton Townley Cup final brings Walney Cents and Dalton together tonight with a mouth-watering showdown against Askam or Millom...
2015/03/30 13:13
2015/03/30 13:13
18d
Last updated at 13:13, Monday, 30 March 2015 WALNEY Central went top of the Cumbria Men’s League on points difference after inflicting a first defeat of the season on Distington with a 14-6 victory....
2015/03/26 16:30
2015/03/26 16:30
22d
As anyone who sat through the Danish series Borgen will know, the numbers game that is coalition-building is hardly the stuff of TV drama. There are meetings, and then more meetings. There are...
2015/03/25 12:13
2015/03/25 12:13
23d
Last updated at 11:30, Wednesday, 25 March 2015 WALNEY Central returned home with a great win over Glasson Rangers, but it took a late flurry of first- half tries to put them in control. HAT-TRICK...
2015/03/23 12:13
2015/03/23 12:13
25d
Last updated at 11:30, Monday, 23 March 2015 LATE tries from Joe Spencely and Sam Jones enabled Barrow Island to take the points with a 20-12 victory over Seaton after an epic 80 minutes. It was a...
2015/03/22 00:51
2015/03/22 00:51
27d
The Producers at the Manchaster Palace Premature ejaculation, capital punishment, and the authenticity of the Turin Shroud may seem unlikely subjects for a musical, but Maybe That’s Your Problem,...
2015/03/18 10:01
2015/03/18 10:01
30d
Zoë Wanamaker as Stevie Smith and Lynda Baron as Aunt. Photo by Manuel Harlan. Originally staged in 1977, six years after her death, Hugh Whitemore’s biographical play is an affectionate portrait of...
2015/03/17 14:37
2015/03/17 14:37
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It would be an understatement to say that this is not a problem with Zoe Wanamaker's wonderfully penetrating performance as Stevie Smith, the Bard of Palmer's Green, in Christopher Morahan's lovingly...
2015/03/17 09:13
2015/03/17 09:13
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Hugh Whitemore’s portrait of her, which dates from 1977, is affectionate. But it doesn’t shy away from the less appealing aspects of her eccentricity. In Zoë Wanamaker’s detailed and soulful...
2015/04/17 12:13
2015/04/17 12:13
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