The Red Star Line Museum, Belgium's transatlantic landmark, charts the history of emigration to America
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Tuesday 20 May 2008
Sunday 11 May 2008
You know time has caught up with you when you are mentally preparing your review of Scroobius Pip when your editor tells you that, instead, you have been earmarked for the new Neil Diamond.
Friday 04 January 2008
Monday 17 January 2005
Friday 17 December 2004
This has been a strange year for British jazz. In many ways, a good year - one in which forgotten glories from decades past were resurrected and brought to new audiences; some fine indigenous groups continued to build on their work so far; and at least one stunning new player emerged.
Thursday 11 March 1999
Tuesday 24 November 1998
Friday 02 October 1998
Saturday 29 November 1997
Friday 20 June 1997
Tuesday 13 August 1996
Tuesday 14 May 1996
Wednesday 24 January 1996
Arts: Do it, puke and get out: 'The Last Waltz' made music and cinema history. The final concert by The Band, starring their famous friends, it became a Martin Scorsese film, rated the best rock movie of all. But behind the scenes, there was mayhem. Levon Helm of The Band tells the inside story
Sunday 10 April 1994
Double bill: Pretending to be Roy Orbison, Elton John or Neil Diamond on a rainy Sunday evening in High Wycombe may not sound like very much of a job, but for some people it's true stardom
Sunday 20 February 1994
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Tony Blair attacks Jeremy Corbyn's 'Alice In Wonderland' politics
Theresa May says migrants should be banned from entering the UK unless they have jobs lined up
Iain Duncan Smith 'should resign over disability benefit death figures', says Jeremy Corbyn
UN investigating British Government over human rights abuses caused by IDS welfare reforms
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