These so-called "documentaries" are a deliberate attempt to demonise and marginalise the poor as sub-human examples of a welfare system gone to rot
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Saturday 25 May 2013
Boruch Spiegel, who died on 9 May at the age of 93, was one of the last remaining survivors of the 1943 Warsaw ghetto uprising by poorly armed Jewish insurgents against the Nazis. With Spiegel’s death, the group of survivors of the revolt that was crushed 70 years ago grows smaller.
Thursday 09 May 2013
You've probably seen the Charles Ramsey video by now (if not, hey, it's right above). In the 3 minute clip, the neighbour of Ariel Castro, the man today charged with kidnapping and raping three women, describes how he heard one of the victims shout from next door and went over to help. It's become a viral hit - with almost ten million views on combined YouTube sources - but what's the root of its success?
Saturday 06 April 2013
In a leaden park-and-bark reading of a Verdian tale of love and loss, the set has more dramatic range than the principals
Thursday 28 March 2013
Plan unveiled for £45m redevelopment to boost capacity at expense of outmoded facilities
Thursday 24 January 2013
Leon Leyson was the youngest worker on Schindler's List. He was nearly 10 when Germany invaded Poland in 1939. He lost two brothers during the Holocaust but was protected by Oskar Schindler, in whose factory he was working, at the age of 13.
Friday 07 December 2012
One of the achievements of the peace process has been the gradual dismantling of ancient patterns in which Protestants dominated Catholics
'I'm surprised any of the people who might object could read what I wrote as it is written in English' - Clarissa Dickson Wright responds to race row
Friday 16 November 2012
The TV chef has been criticised for remarks she made about Leicester in her new book
Wednesday 29 August 2012
Freeview from the editors at i
Saturday 30 June 2012
Mixed messages spoil Heaton's redemption songs
Saturday 16 June 2012
Cheryl Cole here offers her most confident set yet, augmenting the familiar collaborators – will.i.am, Calvin Harris, Taio Cruz – with fresher talent like producer Panther, who brings a range of sonic exclamation-marks to the twitchy electro of "Girl in the Mirror".
Tuesday 15 May 2012
Aharon Appelfeld, who lives outside Jerusalem, was born in 1932 in Czernowitz in Bukovina, now in Ukraine. German was his mother tongue. "I come from a deeply assimilated Jewish home," he told me last week. "My parents thought of themselves as Europeans, not particularly Jewish. But my grandparents were very observant Jews."
Friday 04 May 2012
The ska form was conceived by Brevett and his peers in the run-up to Jamaican independence
Sunday 22 April 2012
The New York-based, Italian-born artist-photographer Paolo Ventura works by building and then photographing his own extraordinarily detailed models and dioramas; whole miniature worlds have a strange, half-remembered or dream-like quality.
Saturday 14 April 2012
Jack Tramiel was the businessman behind the first all-in-one personal computer, the Commodore PET, and the world's best-selling home computer, the Commodore 64. He was instrumental in bringing powerful, low-priced machines to ordinary people. Or, as he would say, "We need to build computers for the masses, not the classes".
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