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2014/09/18 11:48
2014/09/18 11:48
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Green man in Gateshead What: A green man is being carved from a tree that had to be cut down at the Thornley Woodlands Centre. More details can be obtained from the centre on 01207 545212. Where:...
2014/09/18 11:48
2014/09/18 11:48
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2014/09/18 08:00
2014/09/18 08:00
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Perhaps the most arresting fact about the Scottish referendum is this: that there is no newspaper — local, regional or national, English or Scottish — that supports independence except the Sunday...
2014/09/18 03:09
2014/09/18 03:09
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The coming days, however, will see the choreographer and former ballet dancer shift his focus to a new challenge: the 2014 Ryder Cup Gala Concert in Glasgow. In a year that has already seen Scotland...
2014/09/17 23:51
2014/09/17 23:51
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Published at 01:00, Thursday, 16 June 2005 AN open air Last Night of The Proms will take place during Whitehaven’s Maritime Festival. Performed in the grounds of St Nicholas’ Church, by West...
2014/09/17 17:51
2014/09/17 17:51
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It's a bit late to be playing the 'British' card now THE moment of destiny for Scotland has arrived. By this time tomorrow, the United Kingdom may have ceased to exist. Party leaders like Clegg have...
2014/09/16 18:05
2014/09/16 18:05
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Soprano Elizabeth Watts performs Strauss’s Taillefer with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, the BBC Singers and the BBC Symphony Chorus, conducted by Sakari Oramo at the Last Night of The Proms 2014....
2014/09/16 11:43
2014/09/16 11:43
2d
In 1951, a little-known Bengali journalist, already well into middle age and staring failure in the face, published a book that has since become a classic of Indian literature. Nirad Chaudhuri’s The...
2014/09/16 11:13
2014/09/16 11:13
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Before we held our Scottish referendum debate at Guildhall I asked why London was not permitted a vote or even a view. We have more Scots than anywhere else apart from Edinburgh and Glasgow. The...
2014/09/15 10:13
2014/09/15 10:13
3d
A crowd united: there were hundreds of Union Flags but also Scottish flags aplenty on the last night of The Proms One man appeared to be waving a dishcloth. Did those brandishing the saltire object...
2014/09/14 23:09
2014/09/14 23:09
4d
Given the number of #VoteYes badges and saltire flags in attendance, it could be argued that the speakers were preaching to the converted and the musicians were singing to the choir. However, as the...
2014/09/14 17:09
2014/09/14 17:09
4d
And then something happened. On the big screen beaming pictures live from the Royal Albert Hall, we saw conductor Sakari Oramo take off his tails to reveal a Union Jack waistcoat. Help! Was this not a...
2014/09/14 13:49
2014/09/14 13:49
4d
The X Factor dominated Saturday primetime last night (September 13), averaging more than 8 million viewers, according to overnight figures. © ITV / Thames TV/Syco Doctor Who episode 'Listen' was...
2014/09/14 11:53
2014/09/14 11:53
4d
PATRIOTIC music and flag-waving was the order of the day when hundreds of people attended an outdoor proms event in a North-East park. Timed to coincide with the Last Night of The Proms, the free...
2014/09/14 10:09
2014/09/14 10:09
4d
At the opposite pole was Chausson’s Poème, played with lovely tender inwardness by star guest violinist Janine Jansen. John Tavener’s Song for Athene, sung by the BBC Singers, was even more rapt and...
2014/09/14 00:51
2014/09/14 00:51
5d
More than 300,000 people attended 88 concerts in the Royal Albert Hall and Cadogan Hall, organisers announced. And with days to go until the Scottish referendum, last night's final night performance...
2014/09/13 23:42
2014/09/13 23:42
5d
Ever one to plunge in even when the danger flags are out, Simon Rattle brought two wildly contrasting concerts to The Proms last week, each played with dazzling brilliance by the Berlin Philharmonic....
2014/09/13 23:38
2014/09/13 23:38
5d
Sir Neville Marriner, who turned 90 earlier this year, is worried that not enough children are learning classical instruments because today’s parents are too “easy-going”. He laments that the British...
2014/09/13 09:42
2014/09/13 09:42
5d
What will happen to Scotland’s classical music in the event of a Yes vote next week? The question is a microcosm of the referendum debate as a whole in that there is no single way of approaching it,...
2014/09/12 23:51
2014/09/12 23:51
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Terry Wogan: 'I’m asked to do Strictly Come Dancing, but I always say no' SIR TERRY WOGAN tells Saturday magazine why he loves the Last Night of The Proms Sir Terry Wogan tells Saturday magazine why...
2014/09/12 21:09
2014/09/12 21:09
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However, it has allowed members of the public to bring banners promoting both sides of the event which concert-goers are planning to take full advantage of. Sajid Javid, the Culture Secretary, will...
2014/09/18 11:48
2014/09/18 11:48
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