Star Interview: ‘Cancer won’t keep me from my work in politics,’ says Sheffield MP Clive Betts
“I’m at an age now where I could retire,” says Clive Betts. The Labour MP for Sheffield South East had his 68th birthday over the weekend, and is well aware he could swap Westminster for a more sedate life – but it’s unlikely.
Katie says: Although set in modern-day Yorkshire, it feels like Elmet could easily be referring to events in a much more primitive past. It is in essence a timeless tale, very much an “us against the world” story, full of folklore.
Column: Promising time for film-making in Sheffield with new industry lifeline
Last year he Aesthetica Short Film Festival, an annual BAFTA recognised event held in York that each year attracts thousands of visitors from all over the world, brought together at 18 locations across the city to celebrate independent film making at its finest.