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12:36pm Friday 24th October 2014
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5:30pm Wednesday 15th October 2014
Actor Adam Pearson on disfigurement, working with Jonathan Glazer and nude scenes with Scarlett Johansson
2:10pm Wednesday 15th October 2014
Filmmaker Jonathan Glazer has produced some of the most culturally significant images of our time: from his advertising work with Guinness and Sony BRAVIA to his movies Sexy Beast and Birth. So when fan Adam Pearson was offered the chance to meet the director, to a secure a part in his latest movie Under the Skin, he leapt at the chance. Unfortunately their initial meeting didn’t entirely go to plan.
1:50pm Saturday 11th October 2014
9:00am Friday 10th October 2014
All they wanted was to be treated fairly. To have the same rights and wages as their male counterparts. The story of the 1968 strike at the Ford Dagenham car plant, where female sewing machinists walked out in protest against sexual discrimination has already been dramatised into a film Made in Dagenham. Now this inspirational tale of women who paved the way for the introduction of The Equal Pay Act by Government has been transformed into a musical of the same name.
5:50pm Thursday 9th October 2014
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9:00am Sunday 5th October 2014
9:00am Saturday 4th October 2014
2:31pm Friday 3rd October 2014
October marks the start of Black History Month and there’s a host of activities taking place in the borough honouring this annual celebration of achievements of black men and women throughout history.
2:23pm Friday 3rd October 2014
7:00am Saturday 4th October 2014
On July 7, 2005, 52 people were mercilessly killed in a series of co-ordinated terror attacks in London. The blasts, carried out by suicide bombers during the morning rush hour on trains and buses, further claimed 800 casualties, making the assaults the UK’s worst terrorist incident since the 1988 Lockerbie bombing.
David Baddiel: 'The Infidel is not trying to be blasphemous, but religious people should be sent up'
9:58am Monday 29th September 2014
Ten years ago David Baddiel took part in the genealogy documentary show Who Do You Think You Are?. His grandfather Ernst, a German Jew, had fled his native land with his family, weeks before the Nazis invaded Poland.
3:52pm Friday 26th September 2014
2:21pm Wednesday 24th September 2014
12:20pm Sunday 21st September 2014
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9:00am Tuesday 23rd September 2014
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4:50pm Thursday 18th September 2014
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4:42pm Thursday 18th September 2014
Two artists and two writers engage in conversation about the nature of distractions. How can we define distraction? There are so many meanings. It is a term loaded with associations: complex, confusing, contradictory.
10:34am Thursday 18th September 2014
To celebrate the changing of the seasons, East Village is hosting an Autumn Fair, transforming Victoria Park into an urban fairytale, resplendent with bunting, maypole ribbons and trees draped in fabric.
5:20pm Wednesday 17th September 2014
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11:14am Wednesday 17th September 2014
Mercury Prize folk artist Sam Lee discusses his new project A Time and Place which commemorates World War I
11:08am Wednesday 17th September 2014
Mercury Prize folk artist Sam Lee discusses his new project A Time and Place, an evening of music inspired by the folk song, stories and poetry of the First World War, which he will present with fellow musicians Rachel and Becky Unthank at The Barbican to park the centenary of World War I.
1:39pm Wednesday 20th August 2014
For the past 37 years, the Antiques Roadshow has captivated viewers. Its appeal has little to do with antiques, rather, it’s about the people featured, and how one man’s rubbish can become another man’s riches.
2:31pm Tuesday 19th August 2014