21st November 2017
The London media have said little of interest about Penny Mordaunt, the new Secretary of State for the Department of...
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16th November 2017
As evidenced by their opening track Two To Tango, the theme of jazz singer Jacqui Dankworth and her pianist, arranger,...
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29th October 2017
Is this Scotland’s most exciting town? To many travellers and outsiders (anyone from more than ten miles away), the little...
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29th October 2017
by Claire Ellen Jack Considering the recent and highly publicised sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein, it provides us with...
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28th October 2017
Poetry may seem an unlikely weapon of modern warfare, but Isis uses it to great effect. The counter-terror response seems...
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26th October 2017
For some, October means the end of Summer weather and the start of darker, colder days. It means pumpkin spiced...
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28th September 2017
by Paula Smith Most of us are aware of the increase in mental health problems in our society and communities...
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13th September 2017
I shall probably remember this day for a long time. It is the day when I began to see Shakespeare...
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28th August 2017
The Platform for Small Nation Dialogue and Cultural Exchange This morning on day two saw television presenter and author Bettany...
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27th August 2017
The Platform for Small Nation Dialogue and Cultural Exchange Now in its eighth year, this small, exciting and thought-provoking festival...
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24th August 2017
Edinburgh international Book Festival produced a surprise last night and great credit is due to all those who made it...
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22nd August 2017
In 1976, nigh on 20 million Brits tuned in to watch John Curry win a figure skating gold at the...
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