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Monday 03 December 2012
The Monty Python team are not “unpleasant shifty people” who try to cheat people out of what they deserve, the High Court was told toay.
Monday 03 December 2012
Pensioners give more to charity
Travel Agenda: Royal revival, Cuba caution, Thai up, Festival of lights, Dine out, Palin pictured, Ski Bavaria, 18
Friday 30 November 2012
Where to go and what to know
Sunday 14 October 2012
Recipe for a bestseller: just add spice
Wednesday 03 October 2012
Sir David Jason has signed a deal to publish his memoir after almost half a century in the entertainment world.
Saturday 05 May 2012
A smart comedian brings off that tricky first novel with energy and wit.
Wednesday 21 March 2012
Few things date faster than silliness, so rumours of a Monty Python reunion lead Gerard Gilbert to wonder: why?
Sunday 18 March 2012
Hundreds of mourners gathered in Stafford for the funeral of Pc David Rathband, who was shot and blinded by the gunman Raoul Moat in 2010.
Friday 17 February 2012
Television has been widely credited with making history fashionable again, with all those enthusiastic and engaging experts taking to the small screen. They have hauled what had become too often a subject constrained by the lifeless prose of academic books into the mainstream of public debate. Now there seems to be traffic the other way, for there is something televisual about God's Jury, an enormously enjoyable and very modern history of the Inquisition by Cullen Murphy, editor-at-large of Vanity Fair.
Friday 10 February 2012
Tony Roche 's silly and often funny re-imagining of the furore that surrounded the release of Monty Python's Life of Brian received a bit of panning when shown on BBC4 last year.
Wednesday 01 February 2012
1. Encounters at the End of the World
Director Werner Herzog comes up trumps in this documentary about the polar explorers of the National Science Foundation Station.
Sunday 08 January 2012
Spike: the man, but not his work
Wednesday 14 December 2011
A television presenter-turned-executive who ran three different ITV companies, Andy Allan is destined to be remembered as the man who axed Crossroads, but he was also responsible for some of television's biggest successes. When Ted Childs, his controller of drama at Central Independent Television, and the producer Kenny McBain proposed a crime series based on Colin Dexter's Inspector Morse novels, with each story presented in a then unusual two-hour slot, Allan persuaded other sceptical ITV executives to accept it and the programme, starring John Thaw, ran from 1987 to 2000.
Sunday 23 October 2011
A dramatisation of the furore over 'Life of Brian' stayed true to the anarchic spirit of the Pythons
Sunday 21 August 2011
One of the UK's oldest map and travel shops, Stanfords, is moving into the 21st century with a new website, travel club and loyalty-points scheme.
Britain to take more refugees as Cameron bows to pressure after more than 250,000 back our campaign
Senior British politicians tell David Cameron: When dead children are being washed up on beaches – it's time to act
Jeremy Corbyn calls Osama bin Laden's killing a 'tragedy' - but was it taken out of context?
If these extraordinarily powerful images of a dead Syrian child washed up on a beach don't change Europe's attitude to refugees, what will?
If you're not already angry about the refugee crisis, here's a history lesson to remind you why you really should be
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