22/12
It may be Christmas week but that doesn't mean that there's nowt to do...
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22/12
Ron Burgandy and his moustache are back after nine years - was it worth the wait?...

21/12
New Music, live in session, from Nottingham for Nusic. The latest artist in the Nusic Future Session studio is...
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20/12
The foundation of Stilton, life in a large country parish, the revolt of the Luddites and more...

19/12
"I love the anarchy of panto. It’s also got everything theatre should have; song, dance, drama, comedy, spectacle, everything"...
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19/12
"Still a pulse, bit heavier, less or no hair, but still alive"...

18/12
"After the sheer misery this season, there is an abundance of positivity that I’m delighted to be able to share with you this month"...
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18/12
Singer and comedian Duncan Oakley offers a Christmas song that packs a punch without any of the schmaltz...

18/12
"In Kinch’s hands the saxophone sings, its voice multiplying as delay pedals are triggered, the sound then switching to guttural growls, cries and discords"...
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18/12
A Notts short from Fourmost Films...

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    This bloke has been bringing a massive camera to the Malt Cross and snapping Nottingham residents in a way that puts the selfie fad to shame