Diary: 14-20 February
Monday 14 February 1994
Tuesday 15: Shrove Tuesday. Fine Art and Antiques Fair begins, Olympia, London W14. 'Toys II: balancing toys' half- term workshop begins, Science Museum, London SW7. 'Peter Clare - The Journey' art exhibition opens, Birmingham Cathedral, Birmingham.
Wednesday 16: Ash Wednesday. Picasso exhibition opens, Tate Gallery, London SW1. Mountbatten Festival of Music 1994, Royal Albert Hall, London SW7. 'Toys II: noisy toys' Half Term workshop begins, Science Museum, London SW7. Cricket, West Indies v England one-day match, Bridgetown, Barbados.
Thursday 17: International Practical Woodworking Exhibition begins, Wembley Exhibition Hall, Wembley. 'Toys II: make it move' Half Term workshop begins, Science Museum, London SW7.
Friday 18: 'Toys II: the secret toy' workshop begins, Science Museum, London SW7. Rugby League, Wales v France.
Saturday 19: Boat, Caravan and Leisure Show begins, National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham. Weekend of half-term family events to celebrate Chinese New Year begins, Victoria and Albert Museum, London SW7. 'Housework' art exhibition begins, Christ Church Picture Gallery, Oxford. Cricket, West Indies v England first Test begins, Kingston, Jamaica. Rugby Union, Wales v France, Cardiff; England v Ireland, Twickenham.
Sunday 20: First Sunday in Lent. London International Antique Dolls, Toys, Miniatures and Teddy Bear Fair, Kensington Town Hall, London W8. 'Toys II: playing with time' half-term workshop begins, Science Museum, London SW7. Sailing, Whitbread Round the World Race, fourth leg begins, Auckland, New Zealand.
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How climate change helped Genghis Khan: Scientists believe a sudden period of warmer weather allowed the Mongols to invade with such success
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Katie Hopkins continues campaign to become Britain's most hated talking head with poorly timed Bob Crow tweet
Ukraine crisis: Russia pledges to 'retaliate against sanctions' as Ukrainian president says Crimea vote will not be recognised
The quiet diplomat: Catherine Ashton - recognised and admired in all the world’s troubled countries, yet ridiculed at home
Grace Dent: Who cares if she spells it Barraco Barner? Gemma Worrall is more employable than some bookish arts graduate
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