Monthly Archives: September 2012

  1. “Trying to Sentimentalise a Cultural Chernobyl”

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    September 29, 2012 by raconteurmagazine

    by Sam Flintlock If you only read one book this year, you should be ashamed of yourself.  But if you …
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  2. The Doctor Who Revival

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    September 28, 2012 by raconteurmagazine

    by Gina Kershaw Doctor Who is about as prime time as it gets. Post-tea time Saturday evening viewing, terrifying your …
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  3. A Gala Evening of Gilbert and Sullivan

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    September 27, 2012 by raconteurmagazine

    By Ian White On Sunday evening, I attended a fund-raising concert held at the Lawrence Batley Theatre in Huddersfield, on …
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  4. They’re the Thlyds. You are Not.

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    September 26, 2012 by raconteurmagazine

    By Sam Flintlock “Hey, Journalist”, spits out Thornton Halfwit (lead singer of The Thlyds), on The True Price Of Kent. …
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  5. It’s Only Rock & Roll (but it’s local)

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    September 24, 2012 by raconteurmagazine

    By Nate Bradley Music is almost everywhere. It’s on your TV, on your radio and in your living room. You …
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  6. Introduction to “The Wargamer” Column.

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    September 20, 2012 by raconteurmagazine

    By Ian White In this series of articles I hope to specifically inspire, amuse and provoke response from any and …
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  7. A PhD in Cutting Wood

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    September 17, 2012 by raconteurmagazine

    By James Bovington I must not write about X-Factor. I made a promise. It’s such awful dreck, it causes me …
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