As debate trundles on between those that believe technology is the only way to beat climate change and those that believe we need to fundamentally change how we live,
The Western Women, one of Dorset writer and director Ann Jellicoe’s most successful Community Plays, is about to reach a new audience in a very different form. She talked to Fergus Byrne about how the plays began.
I was reading a posting that a cousin had written on her Blog (web log) recently. It was about her memories of the day a bomb went off in her home town of Omagh
The idea that we can somehow turn the clocks back and create peace between the western coalition that went to war in Afghanistan and Iraq, and the people whose lives were decimated by those decisions, does seem somehow ludicrous. The Read more »
My brother was the subject of an identity theft recently. His credit card and address details were used to book a ferry journey from Portsmouth to Bilbao. The thieves bought a one-way ticket, and though their car registration was noted, Read more »
Bonny Sartin chuckles as he remembers one particular English teacher who had tried to get him to lose his Dorset accent. “I didn’t have a cultured accent as far as he was concerned” he says. “I’m very proud of Dorset; Read more »
Any of us watching our children or grandchildren grow up will have wondered what the world will be like when they try to find work. We wonder about their chances of finding a career that makes them happy and fulfilled, Read more »