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Dancing On The Edge
There are some weeks when, frankly, it’s a bit of a struggle to find something new in the television schedule that I can recommend to your attention. And then there’s this week. Dancing On The Edge (scheduled for 4 February on BBC Two) is a big, shiny,...
YOUR HEALTH Dr James Le Fanu: 25 May
Every year our Queen dispatches more than 2,000 congratulatory telegrams to centenarians, a 10-fold increase on the 200 when she first ascended the throne – reflecting the astonishing increase in life expectancy during the 60 years of her reign. The...
Jubliee fever is gathering pace. At London's The Rib Room, this infusion of spirit has inspired a literal spirit infusion. Bombay Sapphire expert mixologist Sam Carter has worked with five of the nation’s most creative people to invent the...
Silencing my voice of doom
I have always had a strong inner voice of doom. No holiday, party or weekend plan has ever been able to escape my critical logistical eye – and with a baby it has raged out of control. “We can’t do that,” I will say gravely when my husband suggests...
Radio Review: 13th October
Nothing prepared me for how good Radio 1 Vintage, the BBC’s three-day DAB and online celebration of its pop station’s golden jubilee, would be. I expected there to be bits that I enjoyed and bits that made me turn off or over, but I left the household...
Radio Review: 15 September
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the radio is on most of the time in my house. Every so often, something emerges from the chatter, stops me in my tracks and makes me listen intently. One such item was from a 1963 edition of Woman’s Hour (R4, weekdays, 10am)....
Radio Review: 22 September
September has been quite the month for significant anniver- saries in radio. On 7 September, Classic FM celebrated a quarter of a century on air, and next week sees the 50th anniversary of the transformation of the Home, Light and Third into Radios 1,...
Radio Review: 8 September
The Forth Bridge doesn’t need constant repainting. Modern paints mean the current coating, completed in 2011, is good for another 20 years or so. However, the spirit of eternal vigilance lives on in the hair of children with the never-ending battle...
Radio Review: 1 September
A while back, I decided that I could improve my mornings immeasurably by eschewing the Today programme on Radio 4. Just occasionally, I catch some of it by accident and realise the wisdom of this decision. A prime example was Mishal Husain’s interview...
Radio Review: 25 August
If a programme makes you sit in the car park of a large hardware chain store so you can hear it to the end, it’s fair to assume it is a hit. Thankfully, Ben Garrod’s Bone Stories (Radio 4, available on iPlayer) was only 15 minutes long, but the...
Radio Review: 18 August
Listening to a turn from the Edinburgh Fringe on the Radio 2 Arts Show with Jonathan Ross last week (Thursdays, R2, 10pm-Midnight), I was so dismayed by the quality of the comedy on offer that I’ve decided to mount my own Fringe show next year. It’s...
Radio Review: 11 August
As you’ve probably guessed by now, I’m a sucker for anything to do with old comedians. Lancashire legend Frank Randle has exercised a huge fascination over me for decades, partly because so little evidence of his work survives outside of a handful of...
Modern Signs of Bravery Revealed - Including Confronting an Online Troll
Eating out on your own, speaking up against a boss, confronting an online troll – and wearing Lycra on the school run are among the modern signs of bravery, a study has found. Forget big acts of bravery, more than half are now considering small,...
Summer radio
At the time of writing, Donald Trump is still President of the United States of America. But, looking at the news, I admit he may have been impeached by the time The Lady hits the shelves. In an age of so-called ‘fake news’, it’ll be interesting to...
Radio Reviews : 14 July
Bruce Thomas is one of the greatest bass players alive. That’s fact, not opinion. On the occasions when I was lucky enough to catch Elvis Costello and the Attractions in concert, my attentions were divided between Bruce, drummer Pete Thomas (no...
Radio Review: 7 July
Bridlington is not generally the bit of the north associated with Northern Soul. The music is more usually connected with Wigan Casino and the Twisted Wheel in Manchester, the latter commemorated in a moderately obscure Chris Rea song that everybody...
Radio Review: 30 June
When the lower-grade news- papers were having a pop at Ed Miliband for being unable to eat a bacon sandwich in a natural- looking manner while numerous photographers pointed cameras at him, it would have been hard to imagine him as a Radio 2 disc...
Radio Review: 23 June
When Sir Michael Parkinson was Jamie Cullum’s guest last week (Tuesdays, R2, 7pm), he mentioned that Frank Sinatra was the guest that got away. They met once, and Parky was hopeful he’d be able to persuade ol’ Blue eyes to come on his show. Parky...
The Diary of Miss Darcy Bustle: 30 June
Tuesday Yesterday I wasn’t able to write in my diary because it was too hot. When it is too hot doggies are at risk of getting sunburnt, and worst, getting burnt paws. People forget that walking around city streets and pavements can have a terrible...
Radio Review: 16 June
It was an election night to remember – and in my own case, not just because of the surprise of the result. I found myself spending a good couple of hours in the dark watches of the night trying to release a trapped jackdaw from the living room chimney...

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