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Visual arts

Pictorial sound-worlds

Pictorial sound-worlds

Nicholas Cranfield on an experiment at the National Gallery

Seeing a world out of kilter

Seeing a world out of kilter

Suzanne Fagence Cooper on the work of Eric Ravilious

Music’s poetry, deepest joys

Roderic Dunnett hears Orthodox texts that moved Tchaikovsky

Return to Cookham

Return to Cookham

Nicholas Cranfield sees the resident Spencer collection augmented

Piccadilly light and beauty

Piccadilly light and beauty

Nicholas Cranfield at the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition

Eastern Three Choirs launched

Roderic Dunnett  enjoys an imaginative programme

A fine Samson and Delilah

A fine Samson and Delilah

Roderic Dunnett on a Saint-Saëns revival

Hubbard’s cupboard

Stephen Brown sees a new documentary

Pursuing peace at St Martin’s

Pursuing peace at St Martin’s

Nicholas Cranfield sees an exhibition seeking to build bridges

Spanish composers interpreted

Roderic Dunnett catches The Sixteen on tour in Leicester

North-east sees Magna Carta story

North-east sees Magna Carta story

Roderic Dunnett reviews a clever community opera 

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Fri 31 Jul 15 @ 18:59
@steveLIVS @RhodesWriter @c_of_e It wasn't our data, it was a survey by the British Election Study. HS

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Giving in @c_of_e up to £1 billion. But number of givers falling