We’ve all heard the term “hate breeds hate” and when Darren Osborne was convicted for 43 years last week this phrase was confirmed. I followed the trial closely as I wanted to understand this man’s reasoning.
Showroom Cinema: ‘Clio Barnard’s Dark River runs into Sheffield for special Q&A’
When Francis Lee’s magnificent and Yorkshire set God’s Own Country exploded onto cinema screens last year, it felt like it mined a similar kind of vein as Hope Dickson Leach’s remarkable 2017 debut – The Levelling - in sprawling, emotional and beautiful fashion.
As the winter nights are starting to get just a little bit brighter and Easter, spring and summer are just around the corner my thoughts turn to holidays spent in France and then obviously to the wealth of wonderful glassware that has come from that glorious country.
Wildlife Column: Sighting of barn owls in gardens!
I received quite a postbag in response to earlier articles about the recovery of barn owls, and this included some remarkable photographs. One particular story was very exciting and this came in from Michael Banks who lives in North Derbyshire.