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520Px Ada Lovelace Portrait
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Ada Lovelace: King, Countess, Genius.

To mark Ada Lovelace Day (9th October) we asked playwright Emily Holyoake to tell us why Lovelace was definitely a women Notts can be proud of:

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1983A
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20th Century Notts: 1982-1984

Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting as Reginald Dwight pays Nottingham a visit.

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Our Nottingham Things

Over the past couple of months, LeftLion Editor Bridie Squires and Nottingham’s Young Poet Laureate Georgina Wilding have been writing poems with...

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Response to the consultation into Nottingham's proposed new library

Sandeep Mahal, Director of Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature responds to the findings of the consultation into Nottingham's proposed new library:

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1980A
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20th Century Notts: 1979-1981

Nottingham exits the 1970s by bagging a Nobel Prize and a European Cup. What will the '80s bring?

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Nottingham Speakers' Club - Getting Nottingham Talking

Discover your inner Dickens at Nottingham Speakers' Club.

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The Accidental Memoir: Human Writes

The Accidental Memoir was released this Summer, and has become a sensation. Conceived by Notts writers Eve Makis and Anthony Cropper it's a...

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1978B
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20th Century Notts: 1976-1978

Agatha Christie saves a local man, Frank Palmer scoops an award and Stephen Wright makes a name for himself.

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Beeston Tales
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Reinventing the Spiel: Beeston Storytellers.

The Beeston Storytellers have been spinning yarns to rapt audiences for several years now, so we sent reporter Bryony Ashmore to see how they've...

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