It was summer’s end. Across the land, shop-fresh school shirts were being slipped from the cellophane and given an inaugural airing in public.Read the full story..
“We’re never not learning.”Read the full story..
‘O Vanity of Age’ – the first line under the first plate of A Rake’s Progress, Hogarth’s genre-defining etchings – kicks off Show Me the Money.Read the full story..
In the run up to the General Election, the People’s History History Museum in Manchester is hosting a ground-breaking exhibition, Election! Britain Votes.Read the full story..
Alan Johnson is not your run-of-the-mill politician.Read the full story..
The First World War is a conflict which has remained rooted in our collective consciousness.Read the full story..
It was a fine Sunday morning. As I peered out of the bedroom window at the sun-dipped street, I could sense that the neighbourhood was already in its joggy bottoms, easing into a wash-worn T-shirt, ready to take on the tasks of the day.Read the full story..
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Paul Hanley will be taking part in special Q&A at Manchester Central Library on December 2nd. Tickets are free but you must register. More details at librarylive.co.uk/event/libra…
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'the latter's unbridled turn is a proper show-stealer, making this one of those rare occasions when one can honestly use the phrase “I really enjoyed that film with Hugh Grant in”' Our Film Editor @MrGeetsRomo reviews Paddington 2 - and loves it northernsoul.me.uk/review-pad… pic.twitter.com/jF7e4y9SEM