The reports suggests primary school teachers should be coached to give their pupils basic knowledge of how the employment world works

Children should be taught skills to make them employable from primary school age, suggests Chambers of Commerce

Children should be given lessons in careers whilst at primary school as part of an attempt to promote “employability” in schools, says a report out today.

Marshall moved to New York in 1981, where he had latterly painted murals

Austin John Marshall: Graphic artist, record producer and songwriter who played a key role in the folk revival of the 1960s

Austin John Marshall, record producer, folk-revival ideas man, lyricist and songwriter, performance poet and muralist, created, nurtured or acted as cultural midwife to many strands of art. His fingerprints are all over Shirley Collins & Davy Graham's folk roots, new routes, Shirley & Dolly Collins' magnum opus Anthems in Eden, Ultravox!'s pre-Midge Ure incarnation Tiger Lily and English songwriter Steve Ashley's groundbreaking Stroll On. He also contributed footage to Peter Neal's Jimi Hendrix film Rainbow Bridge (1972) and to the Incredible String Band's film Be Glad for the Song Has No Ending (1970).

Welsh poet Dylan Thomas

Shelved Dylan Thomas screenplay to air on BBC Radio 3

'The Beach of Falesa' was shelved in mysterious circumstances in the Forties

Olivia Colman did not let a US Broadchurch snub 'cross her mind'

Olivia Colman refutes claims she is 'really cross' at US Broadchurch snub

Actress says she has never been annoyed by show's different US casting

Alexander Kargaltsev's protest image, titled 'Alexander Kargaltsev vs Darya Zhukova'

Russian artist publishes 'gay chair' in protest against Dasha Zhukova photograph

The image was taken as a protest against Russia's 'racism and homophobia'

British woman 'jumps to her death' at Hollywood plastic surgery clinic after reportedly undergoing a facelift

Sandra D’Auriol was said to have been aggressive and agitated shortly before she jumped from a 15-storey building

The Dover Street Market store in Mayfair is thriving

Style File: A pilgrimage to Dover St Market

With a seasonal changeover and a tie-up with Repossi, the Mayfair store is thriving, finds Rebecca Gonsalves

Imelda Marcos, pictured here back in 2012, was notorious for her shoe collection

Missing Van Gogh and Rembrandt works among 150 paintings sought in Philippines

Imelda Marcos and her husband's extensive art collection, including Van Gogh, Rembrandt and Michelangelo disappeared after the regime fell

Ravi Bopara is controversially dismissed in the fifth ODI between England and Australia

ODI series: Ashley Giles defends Ravi Bopara after late controversial stumping sees England collapse once more

Bopara opted for caution as he batted towards England's target with the tail only to be stumped by the television umpire for lifting his foot in the crease as the bail was removed

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Three Generations of Women: telling the stories of 100 years of growing up female in Britain

There is the woman who dreamt of being a goalkeeper for Arsenal Football Club but was discouraged; the mother who was so short she had to sit on pillows to drive ambulances in the Second World War; and the bull-fighting grandmother who was born a maid, in a stately home.

Strings attached: Attendance is up but revenues are down

British orchestras are in danger of losing top billing despite rising ticket sales

Funding reductions mean our leading ensembles may have to cut back on the things that give them world status

Channel 4's new 'Big Ballet': Defying ballet’s body politics

Holly Williams reports on a new Channel 4 show giving a leg-up to plus-sized dancers

Christopher Beanland: Architecture attack - what’s with our appetite for destruction?

If you went to the National Gallery and tore up a Titian, you’d be arrested. But what about blowing up a historic building which has defined a place and its people; a building in which sweet nothings have been uttered and lives altered? Go for it! It’s strange how our attitudes to destroying art and destroying architecture are so different.

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