The Godmother of Rock & Roll: Sister Rosetta Tharpe Live in Manchester, 1964
- “I’m singing, oh I’m singing in my soul, when the troubles roll, I sing from morn’ till night, it makes my burdens light…”
George Galloway believed British surgeon would be freed by Syria
- The Respect MP George Galloway was promised by Syrian government ministers that Dr Abbas Khan would be freed, an inquest into the death of the British surgeon has heard.
Michael Dunn Sentenced to Life in Prison for Murder of Teen Over Loud Music
- In total, the Florida man has received life plus 105 years in prison for the shooting death of Jordan Davis, the attempted murder of Jordan's three friends and firing into an occupied ...
Phone hacking: Rebekah Brooks’s husband loses £600,000 costs claim
- Rebekah Brooks’s husband Charlie has lost his bid to recover the £600,000 in legal fees he incurred as a result of being a co-defendant in the phone-hacking trial.
And after double maths it will be... paganism: Schools told to put witchcraft and druids ...
- Cornwall Council has told its schools that pagan beliefs, which include witchcraft, druidism and the worship of ancient gods such as Thor, should be taught alongside Christianity, Islam and Judaism.
Bad luck, Chuck! Groundhog dropped by NY Mayor Bill de Blasio ‘dies of its internal ...
- Since he took a chunk out of Michael Bloomberg's finger in 2009, clairvoyant groundhog Chuck has never had the smoothest relationships with New York mayors.
Kiwis who fought in the Battle of Britain honoured
- A spitfire flew over the National War Memorial in Wellington today as the Air Force paid tribute to New Zealand airmen on the 74th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.
What Happens in Thailand…Goes on the Internet
- Over the past year I have been making some serious progress through my bucket-list of singledom. I have gotten drunk in Norway, Paris, Cyprus, Malta, Aberdeen, Yorkshire and London. I have been ...
The Gaming Tramp
Riba Stirling Prize 2014: Liverpool Everyman Theatre wins
- The Everyman Theatre - famed for launching the careers of actors including Bill Nighy, Julie Walters and Pete Postlethwaite - first opened in 1964 in the shell of a 19th Century chapel ...
Paul Gambaccini will not face charges over alleged sexual offences
- Paul Gambaccini, the gay radio and television presenter who faced allegations of historic sexual offences, will face no charges, prosecutors have said. The BBC Radio 2 DJ was held at his home ...
Under-fire crime tsar faces police probe for driving with no insurance: Gaffe-prone Ann Barnes under ...
- Ann Barnes’s Mercedes collided with another car and then ploughed into a tree, and The Mail on Sunday can reveal she is now being investigated by the force she holds to account, ...
DYSLEXIA AWARENESS MONTH
- It's TIME to make your Voice Heard. Dyslexiic Kids need YOUR SUPPORT.October is National Dyslexia Awareness Month, Progress is being made, HOWEVER, NOT ALL STATES have recognized that Dyslexia is real for 1 in 5 ...
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