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When I was first starting out as a journalist, all fresh-faced, keen and not unlike an eager puppy desperate to please, an experienced hack gave me some invaluable advice. “When writing up an interview, start with the most interesting thing the person said.”Read the full story..
In an unassuming Manchester suburb there’s a living room with a piece of furniture you’re unlikely to find anywhere else. It’s a lamp made from a Greenham Common section of fencing. It belongs to lifelong equality activist and peace campaigner, Betty Tebbs.Read the full story..
“The North West has always been regarded by the South East of England as remote and slightly backward.”Read the full story..
When you think of a history festival, what comes to mind? Simon Schama waxing lyrical on 17th century Dutch culture? A walking tour of medieval churches? Or an exhibition showcasing Roman Empire pottery shards?Read the full story..
The Northern Soul Awards 2018
The Northern Soul Awards 2018 took place at the stunning Manchester Cathedral on November 15. Here’s our list of winners, along with the Highly Commended and Special Mentions for each category. Congratulations!
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Meet the people of Road on 25 May, 7:30pm at the Lancaster Grand Theatre. See the devastation of Thatcher's England in the 80s and the hope that still remained. Laugh, drink, cry, and have a good night. Tickets: lancastergrand.co.uk/shows/ro… @vetoproductions pic.twitter.com/MATwIzNXb1