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John Lavin
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Faber & Faber Sep 21
‘The language of Anna Burns’ Milkman is simply marvellous; beginning with the distinctive and consistently realised voice of the funny, resilient, astute, plain spoken, first-person protagonist.’ Chair of judges
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Wales Arts Review Sep 20
An open letter to National Theatre Wales from the playwrights of Wales | "The direction of NTW... has led to a worrying internal culture which... seems to take pride in ridding itself of a theatrical identity and even its nationality."
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John Lavin Sep 20
Cheers Dean!
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Pete Paphides Sep 19
Last year, I tweeted that I’d love BBC Four to devote an entire Friday evening to rarely-seen archive clips of great music performances. Since then, , and I have put together a playlist of over 300 such clips. Here it is.
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John Lavin Sep 19
Replying to @TheCraigAustin
Wow! I would be Callie Painscastle.
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Dan Coxon Sep 19
New post on my blog, about Kickfunding and crowdstarting and my new anthology, This Dreaming Isle. Please read.
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Angela Carter Online Sep 19
Attention all Angela Carter fans! and will be broadcasting a number of Carter's works, including the previously unmade 'The Christchurch Murder', beginning this coming Saturday!
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John Lavin Sep 18
Shooting the Past - Lillys Story via
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BBC Radio 4 Sep 14
Congratulations to the five shortlisted writers for the 2018 BBC National Short Story Award!
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Dan Coxon Sep 17
If you haven't read my story 'Sound of the Riverbed' in the current issue of The Lonely Crowd, you can now listen to it here. It's read by yours truly, for which I can only apologise.
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History Lovers Club Sep 17
George Harrison and Paul Mccartney of the Beatles. Apple Studio, Savile Row, 1969.
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John Lavin Sep 17
ICYMI here's my review of Sally Rooney's Normal People for :
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Greg Jenner Sep 15
This gorgeous oral history about the creation of is so lovely, and so fascinating -- a multitude of vital creative decisions made off the cuff, or because it just felt right. And the inevitable TV exec who wanted to "get rid of the dad character"
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The Lonely Crowd Sep 17
'She doesn’t leave immediately. Standing with the other bystanders, she gasps at each punch that connects.' reads 'Sound of the Riverbed' from Issue Nine of The Lonely Crowd.
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Sinéad Gleeson Sep 16
Last week’s book clinic featured a British woman moving to Ireland in search of writers that captured “the Irish soul”. The list provided was all-male, mostly dead writers. I was asked to suggest some alternatives.
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The Lonely Crowd Sep 9
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The Lonely Crowd Sep 12
‘The Rooney aesthetic is built upon the telling of unfiltered revelations while describing people who will do anything and everything to hide their real feelings.’ on Sally Rooney’s exceptional Normal People ⁦for ⁦
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John Harris Sep 15
And here's my piece about Somerset's drastic cuts & the crisis in public services in today's . Six years ago, the county got £90m in Revenue Support Grant from the govt; next year, its RSG will shrink to nothing.
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Mike Christie Sep 14
Raiding my own archives for the film and just found these: forgotten photos from the Feb 1994 Blackpool Tower Ballroom gig, that I took from the balcony. I also promoted that gig -…
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John Lavin Sep 13
Replying to @Cfpercy
Cheers Carolyn!
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