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Book Reviews: 13 July
OUT NOW PIECES OF LIGHT: THE NEW SCIENCE OF MEMORY by Charles Fernyhough (Profile Books, £14.99) Fernyhough is a novelist and academic psychologist who introduces current work about memory by means of exploring examples from real lives and fictional...
The Daily: February 13
Your commute to work may be causing you more stress than you realise The Office for National Statistics have confirmed that a daily commute can increase your levels of anxiety, lack of motivation to work and decrease your enthusiasm for daily...
The Daily: March 27
Angelia Jolie travels to the Congo to campaign against rape Angelia Jolie and British Foreign Secretary, William Hague, travelled to the Democratic Republic of Congo this week in a campaign to end widespread rape. The pair visited refugee camps in...
The Daily: November 8
‘Draped Seated Woman’ jeopardise public art Henry Moore’s sculpture of the Draped Seated Woman has stirred up debate of whether Britain is putting public art at risk. Lutfur Rahman, the independent mayor of the borough Tower Hamlets, overruled the...
The Daily: 23 July
Victory for Britain This week has been victorious for Britain as cyclist Bradley Wiggins triumphantly won the prestigious Tour de France tournament. Wiggins crossed the finish line on the Paris Boulevard after racing a grand total of 2173 miles for...
Yves Klein: Theatre of the void
If you’ve never experienced an intensity of colour that renders you powerless to avert your gaze, then this exhibition will open up a whole new world. International Klein Blue (IKB), the result of scientific assistance, became Yves Klein’s signature...
The Daily: March 13
Sumatran tiger cubs born at London Zoo Hidden cameras captured the birth process of three Sumatran tiger cubs, keepers announced today. After a 106-day pregnancy, five-year-old Sumatran tigress Melati gave birth to triplet cubs on 3 February. The cubs...
The Daily: January 6
Former Guardian journalist dies aged 67 The former Radio 4's 'The News Quiz' presenter and Guardian journalist, Simon Hoggart, died aged 67 on Sunday of pancreatic cancer. Described by Alan Rusbridger, the Guardian's editor, as 'a terrific reporter and...
The Daily: July 8
Murray's Historic Victory Andy Murray's victory on Centre Court yesterday ended the 77 year wait for a British Wimbledon men's singles champion. The Scot beat world number one seed Novak Djokovic with straight sets of 6-4, 7-5, 6-4. With temperatures...
The Daily: 5 September
Radio 4's most familiar voices to say goodbye After working on BBC Radio 4 for 74 years between them, presenters Charlotte Green and Harriet Cass are set to retire. The much-loved team have worked with the BBC since the 1970's, and plan to leave in the...

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