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Barking Mad Fun In Battersea Park
If you head down to Battersea Park next Sunday, you’re in for a barrage of canine madness. It’s the annual Battersea Dogs Home Reunion – when kind souls who have rehomed one of the centre’s former...
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The saddest dog at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home f...
Geoff and Sylvia Shoesmith from Chelmsford, Essex, offered Bless her forever home after seeing her in the Daily Mail earlier this month. The couple initially thought Battersea would be inundated with...
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Battersea Dogs and Cats Home holds annual reunion
Battersea Dogs and Cats Home holds annual reunion and fun day Battersea Dogs and Cats home holds annual reunion Families and their pets can enjoy a range of activities at the Battersea Dogs and Cats...
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Talking Statues Brings London Monuments To Life
The statue of Isaac Newton outside the British Library gets the voice of actor Simon Russell Beale.The Spitalfields Goat is animated by Hugh Dennis.Jeremy Paxman gives voice to free speech defender...
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How London's statues are finding their voice
Statues of the great and good across the capital and Manchester will be able to chat to passers-by thanks to smartphone technology Public statues across London and Manchester will clear their throats...
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Here Is The City
London's statues to be brought to life by star-st...
Visitors can swipe their smartphones next to a statue and receive a personal “call” from the subject, recollecting their achievements or merely passing on their musings about life. Actors including...
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Do No Harm, Virginia Woolf and Sarah Waters: Jacq...
Do No Harm, Virginia Woolf and Sarah Waters:
’s six best books
, 68, is a former Children’s Laureate whose many books include the Tracy Beaker series. Jacqueline...
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Local execs to sleep in cardboard boxes to raise ...
It’s one thing to empathize with the homeless. But a group of local executives plan to take action: They'll sleep in cardboard boxes in November to raise awareness and funds for the...
Read more at Crain's Detroit Business
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Richard Dawkins, Will Self and doodles: picks of ...
Bertha seems to have passed, meteorological peace has been restored and Charlotte square is full of readers again. The top literary game has kept going at the Edinburgh international book festival in...
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the Edinburgh International Book Festival
Havas Media wins £5m Penguin Random House business
Last year, Penguin merged with the UK’s largest book publisher, The Random House Group, resulting in a consolidating total media pitch. Havas Media has worked on the Penguin Group account, including...
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35 badges earn Pendle pupils a visit to Blue Peter
... badges earn Pendle pupils a visit to Blue Peter 35 badges earn Pendle pupils a visit to Blue Peter PUPILS from a Pendle school became stars for the day when they were invited to appear on Blue...
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Teenage books – with added bite
Until recently, I never worried much about vampires. This summer, however, they are haunting my mind. The reason? I – like many harried adults – have been taking gaggles of teenagers and children to...
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Cut the huff and puff over Julia Donaldson's smok...
Were Roald Dahl’s dark children’s tales populated by smoking nasties? Did Miss Trunchbull sport a fag – or, more likely, a pipe? Did George’s mean-spirited Grandma? Not a bit of it. There were other...
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