The beautiful game

Jun

29

2016

The beautiful game

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With the Olympics just around the corner Charlotte Pearson talks to team USA’s women’s football coach about Rio 2016 and how the game has changed. In 2002 when the film Bend it like Beckham came out, women’s football was not something you would expect to see on the BBC or Sky Sports. But in recent...

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Moving pictures

Jun

29

2016

Moving pictures

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Richard Gladstone speaks with internationally-renowned photographer and triple amputee, Giles Duley on how he is charting the plight of refugees through pictures amid Europe’s migrant crisis. For more than a year the headlines have been dominated by the huge influx of refugees and migrants arriving...

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Hipster hotspot

May

25

2016

Hipster hotspot

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Richard Gladstone talks about Stade Saturdays, a series of free performances that have featured in Hastings’ arts calendar over the last four years. In recent years Hastings has become a mecca for artistic culture, with new art galleries, the Jerwood and the month-long Coastal Currents festival showcasing...

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Monkey Music

May

25

2016

Monkey Music

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You are never too young to learn how to play a musical instrument as Charlotte Pearson discovers. Moving to a new town, Emma Barnes was keen to attend a mother and baby class. However after finding nothing that ticked all the right boxes, she decided to do it herself. Emma taking a class Picture: Wendy...

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Izzy Bizu

May

25

2016

Izzy Bizu

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Charlotte Pearson catches up with Izzy Bizu who is fast becoming the singer on everyone’s playlists. Summer and festivals go hand in hand and even if we don’t always have the weather for it here in the UK, you can’t beat listening to a number of great bands in a field with your friends. “I love...

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The art of science

May

25

2016

The art of science

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Is digital photography art? Do science and art have more in common than first thought? And how can art change your home? These are all questions that Alex Jenkins puts to one East Grinstead artist. At school science and art was made out as being at the two opposite ends of the spectrum. One based in...

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Ry X

May

9

2016

Ry X

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Charlotte Pearson talks to an Australian singer about his musical influences and festivals. Growing up in the middle of nowhere singer-songwriter Ry X’s escape was music. “I grew up on a remote island near Australia where there were no cities or traffic lights,” he explains. “There wasn’t a...

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Pet inspiration

Apr

28

2016

Pet inspiration

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For many years now, Brits have enjoyed the reputation of being a nation of pet lovers. Here Elaine Hammond, Alex Jenkins and Ruth Sax look at how pets have become part of the family and round up some animal inspired accessories. An award-winning Goring photographer has come up with a quirky business...

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HolyEsque

Apr

15

2016

HolyEsque

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Some cultures believe a photo captures part of your soul, but one singer reveals to Charlotte Pearson how he thinks another medium could do the same. Wearing your heart on your sleeve and putting yourself out there is a scary thing. But imagine if you were bearing your soul to thousands and thousands...

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Brighton Festival 2016

Apr

1

2016

Brighton Festival 2016

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Laura Cartledge takes a closer look at Brighton Festival’s 50th outing.   Brighton Festival’s 50th year looks set to be as intriguing and eclectic as the city it entertains. So it seems fitting that the 2016 offering will see it come home, at least in terms of theme. Laurie Anderson Picture:...

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