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Sunday, August 18, 2019

Hamming it up: Reem Rice Pudding

Winter is ending, I think. But there are still some days, like today, when it’s so grey, and wet, and clammy outside, that I...

Bards at The Byre via the Big Apple

Douglas Dunn read to a live audience in The Byre and via skype to an audience in New York as part of StAnza poetry festival's 15th anniversary celebrations

Waterlogged

Philip Gross and Don Paterson write about water, history and the meaning of words. Both poets are due to read at the Stanza festival...

The Charge of the Lightweight Brigade

Half a pint, half a pint, Half a pint onward, All in the valley of Death Rode the six flatmates. ‘Forward, the Lightweight Brigade! Charge for the shots’ he...

Beyond Milk Wood – The best radio dramas

Radio Times critic and wireless geek Tristram Fane Saunders guides you through 70 years of radio drama.

The Old Course launches caddie school for veterans

The Old Course Hotel is delighted to launch a month-long Caddie School for former soldiers in partnership with St Andrews Legacy, a not for...

Burnside

Professor John Burnside -prize-winning novelist and poet- welcomes me to his office, a room littered with books leaving only space for two seats and...

Indie Game: The Movie

Dir: James Swirky & Lisanne Pajot 4/5 Ross Hamilton delves in to the under-explored world of video-game creation with new documentary Indie Game: The Movie, an examination...

Gotta do the cookin’ by the book

Are cookbooks marketed towards students making unfair assumptions about their target audience? With The Times recently crowning the relatively unknown Good Food 101: One Pot...

Back in Business

Toss all of your politically correct views on sexism, adultery, alcoholism and equal opportunities in the work place out the window and get ready...