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Posted on 4:23pm Thursday 19th April 2012
It is one of the most searing images of the 20th century: a terrified nine-year-old girl runs towards the camera after being burned by napalm in Vietnam. Journal blogger Chris Wain, then an ITN news correspondent, on what it was like to return to Vietnam 40 years later.
Posted on 4:54pm Monday 19th March 2012
…I found myself wondering, as the curtain rose on the opening night of the Playhouse revival of The Seven-Year Itch. The action is set in a New York apartment with a big living room, kitchen area and a small patio on stage-right.
Posted on 11:24am Wednesday 15th February 2012
…first appeared on the political radar screen. There’d been talk of it earlier, of course, but nothing serious. Previous Tory cabinets had looked at the idea and rejected it as impractical.
Posted on 9:35am Friday 3rd February 2012
We took her to the wonderful King’s Singers’ concert at the Cathedral on Saturday night, enjoyed a great Sunday lunch in a pub at Burcombe, saw The Artist in the evening, visited Christchurch Priory and harbour on Monday, and finished her visit with an excellent dinner in Fisherton Street.
Posted on 3:02pm Monday 21st November 2011
… in the cathedral there was an embarrassing moment when one of the officers thanked our “Lord Mayor” for attending. But it was an understandable slip. After all, if our powerless parish council insists on styling itself as something it isn’t, there’s bound to be confusion.