Monthly Archives: December 2019
As we approach the end of 2019 (and the beginning of another decade) it’s tricky to remain optimistic – what with Brexit, a general election and a climate crisis. Nevertheless, this year wasn’t all fire and brimstone. If you’re a bookworm or a writer, 2019 was full of great news and excellent reads.Read the full story..
It’s hard to believe that the end of the year is fast approaching.Read the full story..
What springs to mind when you think of Ken Dodd?Read the full story..
Henry Normal, co-writer of award-winning TV and film shows such as The Royle Family, The Mrs Merton Show, The Parole Officer, Coogan’s Run, Paul Calf, and producer of Gavin and Stacey, Moone Boy, Uncle and Alan Partridge, among many others, has written a festive(ish) poem exclusively for Northern Soul.Read the full story..
Northern Soul’s North Yorkshire Photographer, Paul Hunter, shares a gallery of striking images capturing the sights and colours across the region during the winter months including Scarth Nick, Cleveland Hills, Ingleby Arncliffe and Cod Beck lake, a now unused reservoir near Osmotherley.Read the full story..
Henry Normal, co-writer of award-winning TV and film shows such as The Royle Family, The Mrs Merton Show, Paul Calf, and producer of Gavin and Stacey and Alan Partridge, among many others, has written a poem for Northern Soul in response to the recent election result.Read the full story..
It was a disgustingly wet Friday 13th and the day after the General Election when I found Helen Nugent, Editor of Northern Soul, at the bar of Canto.Read the full story..
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