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30 September 2014
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What Frightened Gary Neville?
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Just How Concussed Was Kramer? Teammates Reveal Hilarious Behaviour
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So what's the book about? It's based around the idea that phone boxes are essentially small enchanted places where almost anything can...
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Three great British directors Christopher Nolan, Mike Leigh and Ken Loach explore the relationship between filmmaking and painting for...
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From Kings to suffragettes, from the IRA to artists themselves, there is a long history of art being the focus of attack both from the...
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Trains and their guardians, train stations, play a huge part in my life. They are playing an increasing role with the cost of petrol and...
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