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Spectators travel back in time at Sizergh Castle
THE sights and sounds of swords clashing and muskets firing brought to life the English Civil War at Sizergh Castle. Around 2,000 people, including many young children, visited the 647-hectare estate...
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Mixed bag on the box this week
TV often gives people 15 minutes of fame, but with Catchphrase (ITV1) they’re not that stingy. So, as an end-of-week treat, I caught up with the last episode of the aptly named quiz show, but wish I...
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London's Rumoured Secret Tunnels
We're all familiar (and fascinated) with the subterranean London of sewers, abandoned tube stations and lost rivers. All that stuff is generously documented across the web, as well as in numerous...
Read more at Londonist
The world’s most charismatic mathematician | Siob...
On a late September day in 1956, John Horton Conway left home with a trunk on his back. He was a skinny 18-year-old, with long, unkempt hair – a sort of proto-hippie – and although he generally...
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Steam fans to enjoy one of the world’s greatest r...
Steam fans to enjoy one of the world’s greatest rail journeys from Colchester, through Ipswich and Bury St EdmundsGalatea on the Settle to Carlisle line Steam fans from this region will have the...
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Boney: Take deep breath on Confederate symbols is...
I agree that we should go very slowly and cautiously in outlawing or banishing flags and monuments and other markers of the past. But also remember that history is constantly being rewritten by...
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Downton Abbey and Wolf Hall lead the Brit pack in...
British period dramas Downton Abbey and Wolf Hall have proved they are as big a hit in the US as in the UK as they featured in the 2015 Emmy Award nominations. Downton Abbey earned a nomination in...
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The darkness that consumed Nixon: Why “Tricky Dic...
This piece originally appeared on Richard Nixon saw himself as a great statesman, a giant for the ages, a general who could command the globe, a master of war, not merely the leader of the free world...
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Tim Weiner, The Nixon Legacy
Let me give you a reason that's anything but historical for reading Tim Weiner's remarkable new book, One Man Against the World: The Tragedy of Richard Nixon. Mind you, with the last of the secret...
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What America Can Learn From the Puritans
Americans can learn a lot about themselves and their society by revisiting—but not by reverting to—their republic’s distinctive Puritan origins, which anticipated its present dilemmas and strengths...
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Sunday trading laws: Awake, puritans of England, ...
No doubt it is absurd, and inconvenient and possibly even undemocratic, that the average citizen who feels the need of a new toothbrush at 5.30pm on a Sunday can’t immediately sprint down to Waitrose...
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New Worlds miniseries mix of Colonial-era fact, f...
What is it?New Worlds, miniseries, four episodes on two discs from Acorn Media What new worlds? Well, America. Sort of. There's also "new world" as in "new government" and "new way of thinking about...
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St Albans gardeners asked to help air ambulance s...
St Albans gardeners asked to help air ambulance service Herts Air Ambulance Summer of Open Gardens 2015 starts at Bride Hall in Ayot St Lawrence Green thumbs in St Albans and Harpenden have been...
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