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A Role To Be Played – by Richard Taylor

A Role To Be Played – by Richard Taylor »

Richard Taylor’s ten-year-old son Damilola was killed in 2001 on the way home from an after-school club. Following Damilola’s death, Richard and his

Between Heaven and Mel – by Jake Taylor

Between Heaven and Mel – by Jake Taylor »

Beloved actor and award-winning director turned pariah: Mel Gibson’s career has lurched from one extreme to the other across the years. Now, however,

The Troublemaker – by Ali Hull

The Troublemaker – by Ali Hull »

Greg Valerio finished his last day of school with the words “Valerio, you’re a natural-born troublemaker. Just make sure you make trouble for

Sideswiped

Sideswiped »

Have you ever been sideswiped; led to believe one thing and then, as you’re looking ahead with the excitement and expectation of a

Northern Star – by Martin Leggatt

Northern Star – by Martin Leggatt »

 

For many, including me and my wife, comedian Chris Ramsey first came to prominence in the TV comedy series Hebburn, set in the north-east town

Annapurna II Retreat from the mountain – By Tara Valente

Annapurna II Retreat from the mountain – By Tara Valente »

 

We set out in a team of two at the end of October to summit Annapurna II, but were forced to retreat

A Hero Is Born

A Hero Is Born »

His cinematic career threatened to stall after his premature release from the perpetually rebooting Spider-Man franchise, but with his newest roles portraying principled

Monkey business

Monkey business »

If the thrill of track riding has started to fade, the whizz-bang dashboard on your bike gives you a headache and you’re concerned

Orphanages for the Privileged – Boarding Schools and Abandonment – By Dr Mark Stibbe

Orphanages for the Privileged – Boarding Schools and Abandonment – By Dr Mark Stibbe »

 

If you’re anything like me, you’ll have watched at least one film version of Charles Dickens’ classic tale, A Christmas Carol in

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