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Surrey Advertiser
Codebreaker Alan Turing was a 'son of Guildford'The computing pioneer lived from the age of 15, at the family home in Ennismore
Codebreaker Alan Turing was a 'son of Guildford'
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 6 hours ago
The computing pioneer lived from the age of 15, at the family home in Ennismore Avenue, near Stoke Park and, until his death in 1954, he often visited the town to stay with his mother or his brother’s family. Paul Backhouse, author of Alan Turing:... Read more
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So Bad So Good
10 Imaginary Alphabets You Can Use Everyday To Confuse People | So Bad So Good 10 Imaginary Alphabets You Can Use Everyday...
10 Imaginary Alphabets You Can Use Everyday To Confuse People
So Bad So Good / Posted 14 hours ago
| So Bad So Good 10 Imaginary Alphabets You Can Use Everyday... Read more
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News.com.au
The books kids should be readingSix-year-olds Alice, Archie and Eva love reading. ASK any adult what their fav
The books kids should be reading
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Six-year-olds Alice, Archie and Eva love reading. ASK any adult what their favourite Dr Seuss book is and their face will light up at the memory of Hop on Pop, Green Eggs and Ham or The Cat in the Hat. Great books play an important role in a... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
Children’s Theatre to present ‘Dorothy in Wonderland’The worlds of Oz and Wonderland collide in this fantastically fun romp, cleverl
Children’s Theatre to present ‘Dorothy in Wonderland’
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
The worlds of Oz and Wonderland collide in this fantastically fun romp, cleverly and carefully adapted from the works of L. Frank Baum and Lewis Carroll. Dorothy Gale (Karah Nelson) has made her way to the end of the Yellow Brick Road, and the... Read more
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Artvoice
On The Boards Theater ListingsOn the Boards is presented by the Irish Classical Theatre Company. To be consid
On The Boards Theater Listings
Artvoice / Posted 3 days ago
On the Boards is presented by the Irish Classical Theatre Company. To be considered for On the Boards, submissions must be received by 5pm on Wednesday one week prior to publication. Send notice VIA e-mail to: ontheboards@artvoice.com. THE... Read more
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The Malaysian Insider
‘Alice in Wonderland’ in the spotlight at California book fair Published: 11 February 2016 9:37 AM ‘Alice in Wonderland’ exhibition at 49th
‘Alice in Wonderland’ in the spotlight at California book fair
The Malaysian Insider / Posted 3 days ago
Published: 11 February 2016 9:37 AM ‘Alice in Wonderland’ exhibition at 49th California International Antiquarian Book Fair. – AFP/Relaxnews pic, February 11, 2016. From February 12-14... Read more
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Revelstoke Review
Locals get chance to dance in Motus O production of Alice"Originally we were street performers, mostly in Europe and in Central and Sout
Locals get chance to dance in Motus O production of Alice
Revelstoke Review / Posted 4 days ago
"Originally we were street performers, mostly in Europe and in Central and South America," said James Croker, the co-artistic director of Motus O. "Interestingly enough, someone had seen us and they commissioned us to do a version of Alice in... Read more
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Santa Monica Mirror
Santa Monica Playhouse's Wonderful Tea Party DelightsBy Samuel Huntington Based on the eye popping box office numbers that Kung Fu
Santa Monica Playhouse's Wonderful Tea Party Delights
Santa Monica Mirror / Posted 4 days ago
By Samuel Huntington Based on the eye popping box office numbers that Kung Fu Panda III produced last weekend there must have been an awful lot of children pulling on their parents pants pockets begging to for a trip to the local multiplex for some... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Stammering story an uplifting read As someone who has struggled with stammering throughout my life, I was fascin
Stammering story an uplifting read
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
As someone who has struggled with stammering throughout my life, I was fascinated to read your article "Harvey Keitel: I'm so fatigued ... my stutter has returned" (January 31). I have heard of other examples of... Read more
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Daily Mail
Mia Wasikowska and Johnny Depp in Alice Through The Looking Glass clip'Your time is up': Mia Wasikowska reunites with Johnny Depp's Mad Hatter in tea
Mia Wasikowska and Johnny Depp in Alice Through The Looking Glass clip
Daily Mail / Posted 6 days ago
'Your time is up': Mia Wasikowska reunites with Johnny Depp's Mad Hatter in teaser trailer for Alice Through The Looking Glass Alice returned to her rich fantasy world and reunited with the Mad Hatter in a teaser trailer for Alice Through The... Read more
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Japan Today
Selling English: The work of a skilled chameleon ‹ Japan TodayIn person, Stuart Varnam-Atkin is recognisable for his shock of grey hair, bear
Selling English: The work of a skilled chameleon ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 6 days ago
In person, Stuart Varnam-Atkin is recognisable for his shock of grey hair, beard, broadness in the shoulders—and his voice. For those who tune in to NHK World TV, The Open University of Japan programmes or NHK’s bilingual sumo coverage, it is a... Read more
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asianage
Nilanjan Mukhopadhyay is the author of Narendra Modi: The Man, The Times and Sikhs: The Untold Agony of 1984Q Which book do you wish you had written? A. I wish I had written Roots: The Sa
Nilanjan Mukhopadhyay is the author of Narendra Modi: The Man, The Times and Sikhs: The Untold Agony of 1984
asianage / Posted 8 days ago
Q Which book do you wish you had written? A. I wish I had written Roots: The Saga of an American Family by Alex Haley and/or Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee by Dee Brown. Q Which book do you wish you had written? A. I wish I had written Roots: The... Read more
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asianage
Nilanjan Mukhopadhyay is the author of Narendra Modi The Man, The Times and Sikhs The Untold Agony of 1984QDescribe your favourite writing space. My little desk, though I would like it
Nilanjan Mukhopadhyay is the author of Narendra Modi The Man, The Times and Sikhs The Untold Agony of 1984
asianage / Posted 8 days ago
QDescribe your favourite writing space. My little desk, though I would like it a bit bigger and in a more spacious room! QDo you have a writing schedule? I write usually after the morning papers are done with. Then I take a break for a late... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
My Turn: How to improve education in ArizonaMy Turn: The first step is knowing where you want to go. That's why we created
My Turn: How to improve education in Arizona
The Arizona Republic / Posted 8 days ago
My Turn: The first step is knowing where you want to go. That's why we created the Arizona Education Progress Meter. "If you don't know where you are going, any road will get you there," Lewis Carroll wrote in Alice in Wonderland. For Arizona... Read more
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The New Statesman
The Romanovs’ only loyalty was to absolute powerFor Tsar Alexander II, Sunday 1 March 1881 began as Sundays often did. He visit
The Romanovs’ only loyalty was to absolute power
The New Statesman / Posted 9 days ago
For Tsar Alexander II, Sunday 1 March 1881 began as Sundays often did. He visited his mistress, “toppled her on to a table and took her”, then set out in his bulletproof carriage, followed by six Cossacks and two sleighs of imperial bodyguards, to... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is the book most people lie about readingLEWIS Carroll would be turning in his grave if he knew Alice's Adventures in Wo
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is the book most people lie about reading
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 9 days ago
LEWIS Carroll would be turning in his grave if he knew Alice's Adventures in Wonderland tops the list of books most people claim to have read – but haven't. The classic children's novel, inspired by Carroll's experiences in Oxford, was followed... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is the book most people lie about readingLEWIS Carroll would be turning in his grave if he knew Alice's Adventures in Wo
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is the book most people lie about reading
Oxford Mail / Posted 9 days ago
LEWIS Carroll would be turning in his grave if he knew Alice's Adventures in Wonderland tops the list of books most people claim to have read – but haven't. The classic children's novel, inspired by Carroll's experiences in Oxford, was followed... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
Critic's Notebook: Jacques Rivette Brought Magic, Mischief to French New WaveOne of the most elusive and contrary members of that freakishly gifted cohort t
Critic's Notebook: Jacques Rivette Brought Magic, Mischief to French New Wave
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 9 days ago
One of the most elusive and contrary members of that freakishly gifted cohort that rose up to remake cinema during the French New Wave, Jacques Rivette transformed Paris into a magical theater stage in his freewheeling films. Rivette, who has just... Read more
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Artvoice
On The Boards Theater ListingsALICE IN WONDERLAND,fantasy by Lewis Carroll, presented by Theatre in the Mist,
On The Boards Theater Listings
Artvoice / Posted 10 days ago
ALICE IN WONDERLAND,fantasy by Lewis Carroll, presented by Theatre in the Mist, directed by Corey Bieber, starring Elizabeth Teal, David Lewis, Maggie Ralph, Chris Teal. Feb 5-13, Fri & Sat at 7:30, Sun at 2, plus Feb 13 at 2. Stella Niagara... Read more
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Mashable
More of us lie about reading 'Alice in Wonderland' than you'd thinkWhat's This?Quite a few people have lied about reading "Alice's Adventures in W
More of us lie about reading 'Alice in Wonderland' than you'd think
Mashable / Posted 10 days ago
What's This?Quite a few people have lied about reading "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland." "What is the use of a book," thought Alice, reading a hefty, boring tome over her sister's shoulder minutes before tumbling down her rabbit hole into... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Fiction: The books we say we’ve read | Irish Examiner Thursday, February 04, 2016 You might expect hefty Russia
Fiction: The books we say we’ve read
Irish Examiner / Posted 10 days ago
| Irish Examiner Thursday, February 04, 2016 You might expect hefty Russian tome War And Peace to be the book that people are most likely to have lied about reading. But... Read more
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Evening Standard
Have you lied about reading any of these books?When it comes to boasting about our literary prowess, it would appear that many
Have you lied about reading any of these books?
Evening Standard / Posted 11 days ago
When it comes to boasting about our literary prowess, it would appear that many Londoners are content to fib about how many classic books they’ve read. New research has revealed that Brits are dishonest about many of the books they claim to have... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Reading War And Peace among Britons' greatest literary lies Lily James and James Norton star in the BBC One adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's n
Reading War And Peace among Britons' greatest literary lies
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
Lily James and James Norton star in the BBC One adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's novel War And Peace You might expect hefty Russian tome War And Peace to be the book that Britons are most... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Brits lie about reading habits - but how many of these have YOU read?The erotic Fifty Shades trilogy, four Dickens’s novels and Jane Austen classic
Brits lie about reading habits - but how many of these have YOU read?
EveningTimes Online / Posted 11 days ago
The erotic Fifty Shades trilogy, four Dickens’s novels and Jane Austen classic Pride And Prejudice are among the top 20 books that Britons have lied most about reading. One of the set of Royal Mail’s Special Stamps featuring all six published Jane... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Revealed: Britons' greatest literary lies, but how many have you really read?The erotic Fifty Shades trilogy, four Dickens’s novels and Jane Austen classic
Revealed: Britons' greatest literary lies, but how many have you really read?
EveningTimes Online / Posted 11 days ago
The erotic Fifty Shades trilogy, four Dickens’s novels and Jane Austen classic Pride And Prejudice are among the top 20 books that Britons have lied most about reading. One of the set of Royal Mail’s Special Stamps featuring all six published Jane... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Watch: The Norwich street performer who can recite any poem from memory Street poet Gary Dexter, who asks people what their favourite poem is, and he
Watch: The Norwich street performer who can recite any poem from memory
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 11 days ago
Street poet Gary Dexter, who asks people what their favourite poem is, and he tries to recite it from memory. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY Whether you prefer Lewis Carroll or... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Watch: The Norwich street performer who can recite any poem from memory Street poet Gary Dexter, who asks people what their favourite poem is, and he
Watch: The Norwich street performer who can recite any poem from memory
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 11 days ago
Street poet Gary Dexter, who asks people what their favourite poem is, and he tries to recite it from memory. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY Whether you prefer Lewis Carroll or... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Norwich performer entertains people with their favourite poems Street poet Gary Dexter, who asks people what their favourite poem is, and he
Norwich performer entertains people with their favourite poems
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 11 days ago
Street poet Gary Dexter, who asks people what their favourite poem is, and he tries to recite it from memory. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY Whether you prefer Lewis Carroll or Kipling,... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Ervolino: How to separate the caulkers from the corkers and the caucuses - FamilyToday's word rhymes with "raucous" and begins with a "c." Any guesses? (I'll
Ervolino: How to separate the caulkers from the corkers and the caucuses - Family
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 11 days ago
Today's word rhymes with "raucous" and begins with a "c." Any guesses? (I'll give you a few minutes.) In the meantime: According to the online Free Dictionary, a caucus is "a meeting of the local members of a political party to select delegates to... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Norwich performer entertains people with their favourite poems Street poet Gary Dexter, who asks people what their favourite poem is, and he
Norwich performer entertains people with their favourite poems
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 11 days ago
Street poet Gary Dexter, who asks people what their favourite poem is, and he tries to recite it from memory. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY Whether you prefer Lewis Carroll or Kipling,... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Jacques Rivette, film directorLike all but a few of Rivette’s subsequent works, it dispensed with conventiona
Jacques Rivette, film director
Daily Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
Like all but a few of Rivette’s subsequent works, it dispensed with conventional narrative. Such plot as it had intertwined two separate strands – rehearsals for a production of Shakespeare’s Pericles, Prince of Tyre in Paris in 1957 and the search... Read more
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/Film
Alice Through The Looking Glass TV SpotAt last year’s San Diego Comic Con, I was shocked by the amount of people dress
Alice Through The Looking Glass TV Spot
/Film / Posted 12 days ago
At last year’s San Diego Comic Con, I was shocked by the amount of people dressed up as Johnny Depp‘s loud and frightening take on the Mad Hatter. I’m always surprised by how much some people love the character, but then again, Tim Burton‘s... Read more
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NBC Los Angeles
'Alice' at 150: Mondo Book Fair Spotlights a ClassicWhile we might quibble over the most important dramatic film or the most essent
'Alice' at 150: Mondo Book Fair Spotlights a Classic
NBC Los Angeles / Posted 12 days ago
While we might quibble over the most important dramatic film or the most essential classical piece or the fashion designer who went on to influence other stars of the industry, it isn't difficult to trace modern children's literature back to a single... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Beatrix Potter one of most recognised literary names among childrenAccording to a new poll of 1,000 children from all over the UK, Lakeland author
Beatrix Potter one of most recognised literary names among children
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 13 days ago
According to a new poll of 1,000 children from all over the UK, Lakeland author Beatrix Potter was one of the most widely recognised names when children were asked about significant cultural, artistic and literary figures. The poll asked children... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Mending our waysDunedin textile artist Desi Liversage is turning the work of a lifetime into
Mending our ways
Otago Daily Times / Posted 13 days ago
Dunedin textile artist Desi Liversage is turning the work of a lifetime into a commercial enterprise, reports Tom McKinlay. There's a busy presence of rescued resource in Desi Liversage's North Dunedin home. But that is to understate the scale of... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Residents rally to protect Iffley's Rotunda from being demolishedDEMOLISHING a historic building which once housed a huge dolls' house collectio
Residents rally to protect Iffley's Rotunda from being demolished
Oxford Mail / Posted 17 days ago
DEMOLISHING a historic building which once housed a huge dolls' house collection belonging to author Graham Greene's wife would be "very concerning", neighbours have said. The Rotunda in Iffley Turn, Iffley, is part of a collection of properties... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Residents rally to protect Iffley's Rotunda from being demolishedDEMOLISHING a historic building which once housed a huge dolls' house collectio
Residents rally to protect Iffley's Rotunda from being demolished
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 17 days ago
DEMOLISHING a historic building which once housed a huge dolls' house collection belonging to author Graham Greene's wife would be "very concerning", neighbours have said. The Rotunda in Iffley Turn, Iffley, is part of a collection of properties... Read more
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Maple Ridge News
Motus O goes down rabbit hole at ACTJust in time for Family Day and in celebration of their 25th anniversary, Motus
Motus O goes down rabbit hole at ACT
Maple Ridge News / Posted 18 days ago
Just in time for Family Day and in celebration of their 25th anniversary, Motus O will be taking us down the rabbit hole into the topsy-turvy world of Alice in Wonderland. Based on the 1865 novel written by English author Charles Lutwidge Dodgson,... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Between the Lines: Hollywood turns again to its favorite source – booksBook lovers got a bonus last year with the slew of movies adapted from best-sel
Between the Lines: Hollywood turns again to its favorite source – books
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 20 days ago
Book lovers got a bonus last year with the slew of movies adapted from best-selling titles. The read-to-watch journey included “The Martian” by Andy Weir (starring Matt Damon), “Black Mass” by Dick Lehr and Gerard O’Neill (Johnny Depp), “Mockingjay... Read more
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KGTV San Diego
Get ready to get 'Mad About the Fair' this summerSAN DIEGO - The 2016 San Diego County Fair theme has been released, and organiz
Get ready to get 'Mad About the Fair' this summer
KGTV San Diego / Posted 23 days ago
SAN DIEGO - The 2016 San Diego County Fair theme has been released, and organizers say it's weird, whacky and whimsical. This year's theme is "Mad About the Fair!" and it all begins at 4 p.m. on Friday, June 3, and runs through Monday, July 4. The... Read more
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The Atlantic
How Sarah Palin Created Donald TrumpJust when you thought the 2016 election couldn’t get any nuttier or more absurd
How Sarah Palin Created Donald Trump
The Atlantic / Posted 24 days ago
Just when you thought the 2016 election couldn’t get any nuttier or more absurd, Sarah Palin has joined the fray. And as usual, it’s hard to look away. In a speech in Iowa endorsing Donald Trump on Tuesday night, America’s mama grizzly-in-chief... Read more
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Denver Post
A dancer from Italy makes a graceful landing in DenverThe choreographer running the rehearsal counted cadence: And one and two and th
A dancer from Italy makes a graceful landing in Denver
Denver Post / Posted 24 days ago
The choreographer running the rehearsal counted cadence: And one and two and three and turnaround ... and five and six and put her down in arabesque in front of the book. Colorado Ballet dancer Domenico Luciano practices at the Colorado Ballet... Read more
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Jersey Evening Post
Travel: A walk on the wild side in the New Forest « Jersey Evening PostKevin Pilley succumbs to the charms of the New Forest – even if his attempt to
Travel: A walk on the wild side in the New Forest « Jersey Evening Post
Jersey Evening Post / Posted 25 days ago
Kevin Pilley succumbs to the charms of the New Forest – even if his attempt to claim his ancestral rights didn’t quite go to plan HE just stood there in the middle of the road, looking at us glazedly through the windscreen. He didn’t move for five... Read more
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The New Yorker
What Is Autism?The world is unpredictable and disorderly. Sometimes your train is late; someti
What Is Autism?
The New Yorker / Posted 26 days ago
The world is unpredictable and disorderly. Sometimes your train is late; sometimes it rains when it’s not supposed to; the drugstore doesn’t have the brand of dental floss you like. Boundaries are violated and rules are ignored. The green spinach on... Read more
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News Mail
I raise my glass to ‘high’ artWE LOST two fabulous British talents last week, with the passing of the Thin Wh
I raise my glass to ‘high’ art
News Mail / Posted 26 days ago
WE LOST two fabulous British talents last week, with the passing of the Thin White Duke (aka David Bowie) and actor Alan Rickman. Rickman became famous after starring in the Harry Potter franchise, but I knew him best from his role as the cellist... Read more
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Daily Examiner
I raise my glass to ‘high’ artWE LOST two fabulous British talents last week, with the passing of the Thin Wh
I raise my glass to ‘high’ art
Daily Examiner / Posted 26 days ago
WE LOST two fabulous British talents last week, with the passing of the Thin White Duke (aka David Bowie) and actor Alan Rickman. Rickman became famous after starring in the Harry Potter franchise, but I knew him best from his role as the cellist... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
I raise my glass to ‘high’ artWE LOST two fabulous British talents last week, with the passing of the Thin Wh
I raise my glass to ‘high’ art
The Daily Mercury / Posted 26 days ago
WE LOST two fabulous British talents last week, with the passing of the Thin White Duke (aka David Bowie) and actor Alan Rickman. Rickman became famous after starring in the Harry Potter franchise, but I knew him best from his role as the cellist... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
I raise my glass to ‘high’ artWE LOST two fabulous British talents last week, with the passing of the Thin Wh
I raise my glass to ‘high’ art
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 26 days ago
WE LOST two fabulous British talents last week, with the passing of the Thin White Duke (aka David Bowie) and actor Alan Rickman. Rickman became famous after starring in the Harry Potter franchise, but I knew him best from his role as the cellist... Read more
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Queensland Times
I raise my glass to ‘high’ artWE LOST two fabulous British talents last week, with the passing of the Thin Wh
I raise my glass to ‘high’ art
Queensland Times / Posted 26 days ago
WE LOST two fabulous British talents last week, with the passing of the Thin White Duke (aka David Bowie) and actor Alan Rickman. Rickman became famous after starring in the Harry Potter franchise, but I knew him best from his role as the cellist... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
I raise my glass to ‘high’ artWE LOST two fabulous British talents last week, with the passing of the Thin Wh
I raise my glass to ‘high’ art
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 26 days ago
WE LOST two fabulous British talents last week, with the passing of the Thin White Duke (aka David Bowie) and actor Alan Rickman. Rickman became famous after starring in the Harry Potter franchise, but I knew him best from his role as the cellist... Read more
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