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Mon 6 Jan 2020

Sandi Toksvig

Our Greatest National Trevor

Sandi Toksvig is remembering a terrific occasion at the Festival Hall in London 6 years ago. “My wife and I renewed our wedding vows on

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Tue 31 Dec 2019

Principal ballet dancer Ashley Shaw returns this year to the role of Vickie Page in Matthew Bourne’s production of The Red Shoes. We spoke to Ashley to discuss the show and the ways which

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Fri 20 Dec 2019

The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour is back for 2020, bringing a brand-new selection of gripping action and adventure films to more venues than ever before in the UK and Ireland. The

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Thu 19 Dec 2019

Josie Long

On Compassionate Tube Trips and the Joys of Motherhood

Monday morning, and Josie Long confirms her weekend was lovely. Her sister came to visit and painted a thalassic mural in her 17-month-old daughter’s bedroom –

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Wed 18 Dec 2019

The Meaning of MALKA

with Tamara Schlesinger

We caught up with singer, songwriter and part-time music lecturer, Tamara Schlesinger – more commonly known as MALKA – to talk about her upcoming album release and her new song Tiny

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Wed 18 Dec 2019

Practising the Moment

With Squashua

Anyone who’s spent a lot of time out and about in Oxford will recognise a few regular faces; the sorts of people that you don’t know, but you sort of do at the same time. One artist

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Wed 18 Dec 2019

Filling the Red Shoes

Ashley Shaw

Principal ballet dancer Ashley Shaw returns this year to the role of Vickie Page in Matthew Bourne’s production of The Red Shoes. We spoke to Ashely to discuss the show and the ways which

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Sat 7 Dec 2019

Errol Francis is the Artistic Director and CEO of the London-based organisation Culture&, a charity promoting diversity in the workforce, specifically within the arts and heritage sectors.

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Sat 7 Dec 2019

The Snowman and the Snowdog

Hilary Audus and Joanna Harrison

The Snowman was aired on Christmas eve in 1982 as a showcase programme for the new Channel Four, dancing light-footed on our screens with festive cheer. Thirty years later, his companion The