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The Lakes of Wales Book (1931) - What The Papers Said

14 September 2014

Frank Ward was clearly proud of his book The Lakes of Wales (1931).  After its publication he compiled a scrapbook of over 40 book reviews, including articles in… 408 more words

How I Made It: Robin Fenwick, Founder of Right Formula

ROBIN FENWICK wasn’t short of opportunities. With his contact book bulging and his last employer a potential client, all he had to do was pitch his idea. 766 more words

Sunday Times

When trees become root of all evil

The Sunday Times Published: 4 September 2011

featuring Graeme Dummond

When trees become root of all evil

They may add appeal to your property, but trees can also be a nuisance — and so can the council if you try to get rid of one says Ruth Bloomfield…

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Graeme Drummond

Max Irons in 'The Sunday Times'

Max Irons is interviewed in The Sunday Times Culture section for 31 August 2014.

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