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Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Is this the new Sopranos?

For the last few months, the people at BSkyB have been going out of their way to publicise Sky Atlantic, a new channel hosting...

Portraits of Palestine

An exhibition of photographs of Palestine, in the Barron Theatre, tries to foster dialogue. Hosted and organized by the Mutual Respect and Dialogue for...

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...

Homeland

I’d had my eye on Homeland before it had premiered in the States and way ahead of its acquisition by Channel 4. Having been...

Ribs – It’s what’s for dinner

In my mind ribs are one of those rare occasion foods, like roast turkey or a layer cake, that you either have on a...

‘You’re not alone: Horatio hates revision, too’: Common Ground reviewed

D A Prince's real charm lies in her technical skill, her ability to construct constrained, minimalistic poetry and at the same time let it yield to unbridled emotion.

The Union is Another Place

Last Monday, Venue 1 hosted an unusually funny evening of Comedy with Josie Long On Monday of last week, a rare thing happened in Venue 1:...

Toasted Bread

Food should be easy, especially when its just lunch. Rule number one when I make a sandwich: toast the bread. In high school chemistry...

Medieval Times

In the wake of The Tudors,  three new shows take up the gauntlet in the crusade to give the Middle Ages sex appeal. As The...

Return to the Homeland

Smooth yet stilted jazz cuts in and out of half overheard conversations. A maze of news clips. Memories, sirens and paranoia.  Homeland is back. I...