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2014/04/13 23:47
2014/04/13 23:47
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A former bishop, a crime writer and a comedian helped end the Aye Right festival on a very high note, says Susan Mansfield BOOK lovers, more often than not, are voices of gloom in contemporary...
2014/04/13 23:47
2014/04/13 23:47
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2014/04/10 09:49
2014/04/10 09:49
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On the joys of late John Coltrane A new recording of Coltrane at his most joyously unhinged is set to be released. Rejoice! Thu, Apr 10, 2014, 10:04 Every now and then, some fool who thinks you...
2014/04/09 05:18
2014/04/09 05:18
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If you didn’t like Nirvana, or greasy hair, or looking like you were about to creosote the fence, 1993 was a bad time to be young and into pop culture. I was the deputy editor of pop bible the New...
2014/04/04 13:43
2014/04/04 13:43
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When I took off in late October to join my husband, a law professor on sabbatical in Oxford, I thought I knew what to expect, thanks to all the books and movies that have been set in this ridiculously...
2014/03/29 11:09
2014/03/29 11:09
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... Infant Joy – William Blake Has your wife or partner recently had a baby? You do know you have to give her a Mother's Day present "from the baby", right? It's the law. William Blake's poem has a...
2014/03/27 21:37
2014/03/27 21:37
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The author was a top civil servant called Sir Ernest Gowers, a former Private Secretary to Lloyd George who, in 1953, chaired the Royal Commission on Capital Punishment, which led to the abolition of...
2014/03/27 17:37
2014/03/27 17:37
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There have been exceptions. Darwin, one of the most enquiring men who ever lived, puzzled at the enormous creatures that live in the apparently empty oceans. What on earth sustains them? My...
2014/03/27 09:57
2014/03/27 09:57
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Playwright Deborah McAndrew speaks to Nick Ahad. Where did the play come from? It was a very loose brief. Barrie Rutter, Northern Broadsides’ artistic director wanted a play called An August Bank...
2014/03/25 13:14
2014/03/25 13:14
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The Times and Sunday Times are not so keen. AA Gill writes that “the playwright can’t resist stuffing his characters’ mouths with emphatic, trite, Hampstead-political-whingeing”. His colleague, Rod...
2014/03/16 13:55
2014/03/16 13:55
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World Poetry Day on March 21 is a good time to celebrate this joyous artform. If you mention poetry to many children, they will roll their eyes and groan. Many adults will do the same. The problem...
2014/03/14 20:25
2014/03/14 20:25
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At Woolton village fete I met him. I was a fat schoolboy and, as he leaned an arm on my shoulder, I realised he was drunk . . . Aunt Mimi, who had looked after him since he was so high, used to tell...
2014/04/13 23:47
2014/04/13 23:47
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