Julian Fellowes, DVD
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Friday 03 June 2011
The final programme of the Royal Ballet season goes from the tutu'd geometries of Ashton's Scènes de Ballet to MacMillan's stomping The Rite of Spring. Glen Tetley's Voluntaries sits heavily in the middle of this Stravinsky sandwich.
Sunday 19 September 2010
The long-awaited relaunch of the Tetley Tea folk will kick off tomorrow evening during ITV's Coronation Street.
Sunday 22 August 2010
Much-loved TV cartoon characters The Tetley Tea Folk are to make a comeback after nearly 10 years off the screens.
Monday 09 November 2009
Friday 09 January 2009
"While 'Picture Book' addresses all the highs and lows, it's perplexing to work out who this six-CD set is aimed at. For Kinks kompletists, the smattering of demos, BBC sessions, early rarities (by their Bo Weevils incarnation) or live versions seems thin, and for the novice surely a greatest hits and maybe a copy of 'Village Green' would suffice, avoiding the dodgy arena rock of their post-Pye/RCA years and the fascinating, if rudimentary, early Sixties rhythm and blues." - Chris Jones, www.bbc.co.uk/music
Wednesday 05 November 2008
Drinks giant Carlsberg is planning to close a historic brewery in the UK with the loss of 170 jobs, it was announced today.
Saturday 10 November 2007
Peter Nichols' book about the Golden Globe round-the-world yacht race of 1968-69 was called "A Voyage for Madmen", and he wasn't wrong. Of the nine adventurers, one finished - the redoubtable Robin Knox-Johnston. One hanged himself. Another, Bernard Moitessier, the Frenchman with the soul of a poet, turned round within sight of victory and did it all again. Five abandoned, beaten by the cruel seas.
Saturday 03 June 2006
Sunday 04 July 2004
Sunday 27 June 2004
Sunday 20 June 2004
Tetley, the tea giant that for more than a century has played on its down-to-earth image, is launching an assault on the burgeoning herbal tea market.
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