Oral performance of the river in Finnegans Wake.
Fourth plinth, or International Space Station?
Londoner champions art as a means to rehabilitation.
Pauline Pearce, AKA ‘Lady P’, the ‘Hackney Heroine’ of the 2011 riots, who stood for the Lib Dems in Hackney Central in the 2012 local elections has announced her candidacy for President of the Liberal Democrats. Pauline explained her reasoning in this Guardian article, After the riots, the Liberal Democrats stood by me: “The Lib Dems […]
Messsage from Nick Clegg on International Women’s Day Transcript: Throughout my life, I’ve been inspired by the courage, success and determination of so many women – friends, family and colleagues. International Women’s Day is a chance for all of us to shout loudly and together in support of greater equality, wherever it’s needed. And, since […]
Human rights and universal love at Village Underground.
I’ve covered Ricky Gervais’ shows as David Brent all the way since Gervais revised the character for a series of Youtube guitar tutorials. Since then, I’ve covered his plans to perform some small gigs, getting furious at astonishingly expensive ticket prices, and hinting at more expansive venues. Show More Summary
On this day in 1936 the British fighter plane the Supermarine Spitfire made its first test flight from Eastleigh, Southampton, powered by a Rolls-Royce Merlin engine. It was designed by Reginald Mitchell and was the fighter plane that helped to win the Battle of Britain. Show More Summary
You probably know who Roger Daltrey is, but Wilko Johnson? He’s going to require a little bit of explanation. Wilko Johnson was the guitarist for Dr. Feelgood, a band that seems to be one of many bands of the era to be considered a bridge...Show More Summary
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2PUIQpAEAQ On this day in 1946, Winston Churchill delivered his famous ‘Iron Curtain’ speech at Westminster College in Fulton Missouri. Incidentally, the Westminster College is now the location of theShow More Summary
A new variety night from Bourgeois & Maurice.
A group of socially active young people from award-winning youth empowerment charity, Envision, are partnering with Unchosen to Break The Chain of Human Trafficking in Birmingham. This will be an evening of powerful short-films from independent film makers – shining a light on a practice that thrives in the shadows. The event begins at 7pm […]
When you get into your vehicle what is the first thing you do? Plug in your phone charger? Pick your choice of CD or start your engine? Just how many people put on their seat belts before doing any of those other things? Statistics indicate that wearing a seat belt is not the main priority […]
The Cardigans singer goes solo.
Live music at a venerable New Cross institution.
What the capital put into your games console.
Landmark in Northern 'kitchen sink' writing gets a well-deserved revival.
Alt Text: New Google technology GOOGLE unveiled a new phone that can sense and record three-dimensional environments, opening up new possibilities for mapping, virtual-reality gaming and applications for the blind. The phone mobile,Show More Summary
This film shows how a crime is processed through the criminal justice system from beginning to end has been launched on police.uk. Viewers hear from a Police Constable, a Crime Scene Investigator and Detective Inspector all describing their role in the burglary investigation. The film helps provide context to the data on the police.uk website. […]
UKG Fest at the Coronet in April.