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Review: Gareth Malone’s Voices at the Hammersmith Apollo (21/5/14)

Malone and Co. clearly have what it takes to make a successful pop tour – hummable tunes, the opportunity for a singalong, and impressive compèring from an exceedingly likeable showman. Four stars. Continue reading

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Review: The Hobbit

The traffic was horrific and Westfield itself, a circle of hell. However, now I am back home and in possession of a gin that will, I hope, paralyse me, I can offer the following review of The Hobbit: Short people, … Continue reading

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Read again: D for Dalrymple on How To Be A Woman

There is an argument to say that deaf people should have just as much access to the mind-blunting qualities of D for Dalrymple’s prose as the unfortunate hearing. Continue reading

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Listen again: D for Dalrymple on NTS Live

My radio voice is OK. It looks like all the coffee and sitting on the overground muttering, ‘CATlin Moran. Dis-en-fran-chisement. An agenda. An agenda. Ananagenda BOLLOCKS’ paid off. Continue reading

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