06/06
"The English flag is the tapas of national flags; the more added bits, the better"...
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04/06
Lou's increasingly erratic behaviour reveals his psychosis as it takes a firm hold of him and shakes up his world...

03/06
From Glastonbury to Download, LeftLion looks ahead to nine of our favourite festivals happening in the UK this summer...
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02/06
Irreverent and bawdy, but beneath the often silly banter is a story of love, friendship and triumph over death...

01/06
With Wild Beasts, Blood Red Shoes, Beach House, Ellie Goulding, Mystery Jets, Los Campesinos! and much more...
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01/06
Style over substance is The Losers in a nutshell. Quite enjoyable, yet forgettable fun; perhaps with potential for improved sequels...

01/06
EM Media are host to a crewing event at Antenna for DV Shorts 2009/2010 - get involved...
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" I’ll follow Notts forever, always look for their results and come back and visit a few times"...

01/06
Overview of the last two months with: Carl Froch, Alan Sillitoe, elections, bus fare rises, the new Robin Hood film and the Ladyboys of Bangkhok...
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01/06
A cosy, friendly, independent café bar just off the Market Square that - surprise, surprise, serves a vast array of 'homemade' food. ...

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