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TV COLUMN: Whites vs Blacks: How Football Changed a Nation, Strictly Come Dancing, Andrew Sachs

History’s a funny old game. Just when you’re sure something happened, it goes and gives you the slip. There’s nothing so changeable as the past.

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: The Grand Tour, Westworld, I’m A Celebrity

Columnist James Waller-Davies gives his view of some of the recent events on television.

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Light in sci-fi, but heavy on heart ... Arrival.

FILM REVIEW: Arrival (12A)

This is one of the hardest films to review this year because while it deserves immense praise for being a ‘thinking person’s’ sci-fier – you could potentially argue that more was anticipated ... from a certain perspective at least, writes reviewer Gavin Miller.

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"Oh Margaret, youre such a Polecat and as for you Susan, you Ninnycock, Ill see you later"

REVEALED: Academic uncovers the best long-lost British swear words

A language historian has revealed the best long-lost swear words from Britain - including nippy, tarse and wittol.

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: Masterchef: The Professionals, The Apprentice, Question Time

Columnist James Waller-Davies gives his view of some of the recent events on television.

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Charity festive fair set for Tealby Hall

Tealby Memorial Hall will be full of seasonal spirit when the annual WI and St Barnabas Hospice Festive Fayre takes place this Saturday, November 19.

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On point for classic Christmas story on stage at Grimsby

Dreams come true this year as a tour of the festive family favourite ballet The Nutcracker comes to Grimsby Auditorium

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Presenter and property expert Lucy Alexander/ Raise the Roof Productions

Casting call for new TV show which helps you find your dream home

Led by property expert, Lucy Alexander (of Homes Under the Hammer fame), indecisive house hunters will be given the chance to find the right property for them.

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The 10 oldest TV shows still on the air

The 10 oldest TV shows still on the air

This week, as we celebrate 80 years of television, we take a look at the oldest programmes still on the air.

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: Dark Angel, The Choir: Gareth’s Best in Britain, BBC 80th anniversary

Columnist James Waller-Davies takes a look at this week’s television.

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Hunstanton school set to host family fun morning

Hunstanton’s Glebe House School is to host a family fun morning tomorrow (Saturday 5) in conjunction with Action for Children Hunstanton Children’s Centre.

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: Great British Bake Off, Great British Menu, Tutankhamun

Columnist James Waller-Davies gives his view of some of the recent events on television.

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Somme film show at Thorpe Camp, Tattershall Thorpe

Thorpe Camp Visitor Centre, wartime home to RAF Woodhall Spa, opens this Friday, October 28, evening as part of the Museums at Night event.

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Wolds Words Festival: The Sellwood Girls, a one-act play in Horncastle.

The final event in the Wolds Words Festival 2016 sees the world premiere of ‘The Sellwood Girls’, a one-act play by Margaret Crompton.

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: SAS: Who Dares Wins, Who’s Spending Britain’s Billions? Great British Bake Off

Columnist James Waller-Davies gives his view of some of the recent events on television.

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'Just Jane'.

Lincolnshire’s Just Jane takes massive step closer to becoming only third airworthy Lancaster in the world

The county’s much-loved Lancaster Bomber ‘Just Jane’ is to take massive steps in its bid to return to our skies with a £250,000 restoration.

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‘Weeping Lancaster’ Commemoration in Lancaster Corner at Newark Air Museum

‘Weeping Lancaster’ Commemoration in Lancaster Corner at Newark Air Museum

A new commemoration entitled ‘Weeping Lancaster’ has been added to the artefact display in Lancaster Corner in Hangar 1 at Newark Air Museum, close to the Nottinghamshire / Lincolnshire county border.

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: Question Time, Great British Bake Off, Poldark

Columnist James Waller-Davies gives his view of some of the recent events on television.

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VIDEO: Independently-produced animation features scenes from Lincolnshire

Disney could be callingfor a talented Lincolnshire film-maker who has created what he says is ‘Britain’s first independently-produced animated feature length movie’.

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REVIEW: The Girl On The Train (15)

Rachel Watson (Emily Blunt) has self-imploded following an acrimonious divorce from her cheating husband, Tom (Justin Theroux).

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