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157: SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE

A column from The Shed … * A BOOK TO READ The Shed likes Michael Henderson, in the Telegraph, and passes on this recommendation from him: The Booker Prize long list has one wonderful book, Lila by Marilynne Robinson, but … Continue reading

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SHEDNOTES 130: For the Filofacts – Films

Inspired by a good in-flight discovery, Robbie Collins, Telegraph, 13.6.15, offered a list of “Best Films You Won’t See In Cinemas”, plus a few which have previously been saved because they were “discovered at home”.. ** Beyond the Lights Gugu … Continue reading

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READING FOR BOYS – A GHOST STORY

  Below is a slightly edited version of a piece by freelance journalist Hannah Betts which ran in the Telegraph of Halloween 2013.  Original article, with readers’ comments on it,  can be found at http://tinyurl.com/pfsqxf7/ Apologies to Hannah and the … Continue reading

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