It Touched Every Street published

It Touched Every Street has been published – chronicling the lives of hundreds of World War One casualties in one area of Cardiff. The 200-page book, which includes stories and memories contributed by families, follows five years of research into the World War One casualties on Grangetown’s war memorial by Steve Duffy. It includes the […]

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Heart of the concrete jungle

Spaghetti Junction is perhaps Birmingham’s best known landmark to the outside world. But not many would think of walking underneath this concrete icon.

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Herbie Hancock’s memoirs – inventions and dimensions strike a chord

Herbie Hancock – Possibilities (with Lisa Dickey, Viking) Musicians’ memoirs have been more miss than hit for me in recent years. There have been the hugely enjoyable (Tracy Thorn), the warm and well written (Tim Burgess) but also the strange and mangled (Neil Young) and then there’s Morrissey’s. Jazz books are rarer. Straight Life by […]

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