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Singer and priest Peter Skellern dies aged 69

Singer and priest Peter Skellern dies aged 69

The musician fulfilled his lifelong dream of joining the priesthood last year.

3:23pm Friday 17 February 2017

Hugh Bonneville calls for unity with new film

Hugh Bonneville calls for unity with new film

He plays Lord Mountbatten in the partition drama.

10:22pm Thursday 2 February 2017

Hugh Bonneville: Film on India's partition reminds people to resist division

Hugh Bonneville and Gurinder Chadha arrive at the dinner

Actor Hugh Bonneville has said he hopes his new film exploring the partition of India will remind people to compromise and resist division.

9:47pm Thursday 2 February 2017

Remains of near-complete Roman buildings found under Chichester park

Archaeologists during a dig in Priory Park, Chichester, West Sussex (Chichester District Council/PA)

The remains of three near-complete Roman buildings have been discovered under a city centre park, archaeologists have revealed.

12:16am Thursday 26 January 2017

Arise, Sir Mo: Knighthood 'a dream come true' for Olympic great

Mo Farah, who is knighted in the New Year Honours, celebrates with his gold medals from the Rio Olympics

Four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah has said being given a knighthood in the New Year Honours is a "dream come true" for a boy who arrived in the UK unable to speak English.

12:14am Saturday 31 December 2016

Knighthood 'a dream come true', says Olympic champion Mo Farah

Mo Farah, who is knighted in the New Year Honours, celebrates with his gold medals from the Rio Olympics

Four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah has described being given a knighthood in the New Year Honours as a "dream come true" for a boy who arrived in the UK unable to speak English.

10:34pm Friday 30 December 2016

Teacher jailed over sex attacks

Renowned musician and teacher Philip Pickett has been jailed for 11 years for sex offences

A music teacher from a top arts school to the stars has been jailed for 11 years for "exceptionally serious" sex attacks on two schoolgirls and a young woman in sound-proof practice rooms, it can be reported.

10:32am Friday 20 February 2015

Demo forces Olympic torch diversion

Darrel Harpur lights the Olympic Flame Beacon at the end of the day on the Torch Relay leg in Derry

The Olympic torch had to be rerouted 100 yards today because of protests in Northern Ireland.

7:47pm Monday 4 June 2012

Tom's quartet will have the Lion Ballroom swinging

YOUNG musician Tom Rees-Roberts, Herefordshire's Young Musician of the Year in 1995, is returning to the area with his London-based Jazz Quartet to present a lively evening of jazz at the Lion Ballroom, Leominster on Saturday.

12:00pm Wednesday 26 September 2001

Sir George Martin was the record boss who made The Beatles a worldwide success

Sir George Martin was the record boss who made The Beatles a worldwide success

Sir George spotted something special when he first heard their demo in 1962.

10:33am Wednesday 9 March 2016
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