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Monday 28th February is the day. Our first Arts Council funded project “The Last of the Lake” has its development showing at The Point Theatre, Eastleigh. This sharing of work as it’s developing is a vital part of the process. It allows us to see what works and what doesn’t, it allows us to listen [...]
I like to think that I can spot a Media Lens shill from two feet away from a computer screen. But Ellie Keen got past the defences and it was not until her third email that I detected the distinctive edge of hard-left psycho-ideology.
For those of you who are not familiar with this cult of admirers of [...]
The things you find on YouTube. An interview I did with US National Public Radio on the day of the publication of Tony Blair’s memoir, A Journey. It came up with a heading “Bush Derangement Syndrome”, which seemed apposite.
Fast, and thick. Number 521 in the series of Questions to Which the Answer is No is asked by the Daily Mail on behalf of Richard Wiseman, professor of psychology at the University of Hertfordshire.
The clue to to the answer lies in the full title of Prof Wiseman’s book, from which the two-page spread is [...]
Number 520 in the series asked by the BBC.
Thanks to PaulH61.
Thank God it’s Friday. Here’s a treat for you – Ilona’s Guide to the ins and outs and highs and lows of Anorexia and Bulimia:
You’re invincible (until you collapse in a heap or wind up on bedrest with a tube up your nose)
You’re in control (of everything except your thoughts, relationships, health, oh [...]
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Paying bonuses in shares does not automatically align the interests of bankers with shareholders. And the new safeguards are probably too weak to make any substantive difference to bankers’ behaviour.
Ed Miliband wanted his brother David to be shadow chancellor, rather than Ed Balls, when Alan Johnson stood down. So The Sun reported yesterday and it has not been denied. I can imagine why David was not keen: having to take orders from his brother, with whose politics he disagrees, while fending off the continuing [...]
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