Monthly Archives: July 2012

Imagining the past, remembering the future: Charles Fernyhough at the Royal Institution

Charles Fernyhough wrote one of my favourite popular science books, The Baby in the Mirror, a moving account of his daughter Athena’s first three years; he also gave an equally interesting talk based on the book at the Royal Institution … Continue reading

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South Downs / The Browning Version at the Harold Pinter Theatre

For many years Terence Rattigan’s The Browning Version has been paired with his Harlequinade. The Chichester Festival Theatre wanted to stage The Browning Version to commemorate the centenary of the author’s birth, the Terence Rattigan Estate deciding they would like … Continue reading

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Gerrard Winstanley and the Diggers

Michael Wood has been at the heart of some excellent history television programmes for over thirty years. His latest project, The Great British Story: a People’s History, developed from The Story of England which told the history of the country … Continue reading

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