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2015/02/24 21:42
2015/02/24 21:42
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I wonder what in 100 years from now it will be, London. The city that privatised itself to death. Abandoned to nature, maybe, the whole place a massive, feral version of that mimsy garden bridge over...
2015/02/24 21:42
2015/02/24 21:42
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2015/02/24 11:49
2015/02/24 11:49
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PopLives #86: John Leo Gillen Every week this Q&A finds out what interesting people in music, film, fashion, theatre, literature, performance, tech stuff, and whatever else are consuming. Tue, Feb...
2015/02/16 11:07
2015/02/16 11:07
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The Thames: Sights You’ve Probably Not Noticed and Facts You May Not Know This is a sponsored article on behalf of MBNA Thames Clippers On a boat trip on the Thames you’ll see a lot of “picture...
2015/02/15 16:38
2015/02/15 16:38
18d
In 1978, the photographer Christine Voge documented daily life in the refuge. Her black-and-white photographs are vivid and moving. One shows a woman gesturing wildly after perhaps dropping fag ash on...
2015/02/15 12:17
2015/02/15 12:17
18d
This bloodhound missile system was designed to take down Soviet bombers, now one sits on the balcony of the Southbank Centre. Photo by Tabish Khan.A typical late Hockney work of a colourful road view...
2015/02/12 03:20
2015/02/12 03:20
21d
Gone is the spirit of the poet who described “this earth of majesty, this seat of Mars,” so beloved in Shakespeare’s Richard II. There’s not even a smidgen of Churchillian rhetoric to inspire the...
2015/02/10 13:09
2015/02/10 13:09
23d
... interested in spaces,” he says. “In ownership and demarcation, the way we negotiate our way through a door, the funny look you have on your face when you’re looking for the loo.” As we are about...
2015/02/10 11:13
2015/02/10 11:13
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History Is Now is part of a wider Southbank Centre festival, Changing Britain 1945-2015, marking 70 years since the end of the Second World War, but also looking ahead to May’s general election. In...
2015/02/02 21:32
2015/02/02 21:32
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Photos: Fancy that - Norfolk’s Bloodhound Cold War missile is lowered on top of London’s Hayward GalleryThe bloodhound missile is lowered on to a sculpture terrace at the Hayward Gallery. Picture:...
2015/01/31 10:09
2015/01/31 10:09
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Around 1964, at the behest of the graphic artist and political activist Ken Garland, Britain's designers began leaving advertising in droves. Instead of using their talents to flog cat food and...
2015/02/24 21:42
2015/02/24 21:42
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