School's out for ever at Grange Hill

The Grange Hill school bell rings for last time today as the final episode of the series is screened.

Squash and tomato curry with lime and coconut

Serves 4

Alex James: Bright as a button, beak like a dagger

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Howard Jacobson: You can keep your good health and long life. Just give me back my pasta

Better to live a brief life without fear than live to 100 and afraid of every pea that rolls on to our plate

Mango, rose-water and lime sorbet

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A taste of the tropics: Skye Gyngell celebrates the mango season

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Sweet potato with spiced yoghurt

Serves 4

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2004 Peter Lehmann Barossa Valley Riesling; 004 The Storm Sangiovese Merlot; 2004 Crozes Hermitage, Alain Graillot

Gallian's heroics bring title closer

Nottinghamshire 455-6 Kent

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CONTRARY TO what Beryl Bainbridge says ("And the whisky was served in pint glasses", 19 December), Stephenson's Rocket had its inaugural run on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway as the most successful entrant in the Rainhill Trials in 1829. The other two contenders were Stephenson's "Locomotion No 1" and the Braithwaite and Ericsson "Novelty".
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