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20th Century Notts: 1970-1972

It's the early 1970s and Nottingham is splashing out on a new festival, shopping centre and Lawrence exhibition.

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A Visit to the DH Lawrence Festival

The DH Lawrence Festival is now well underway: our reporter Bryony Ashmore visited Eastwood to find out more.

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1969B
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20th Century Notts: 1967-1969

We reach the summer of '69 with a book in a box and naked wrestling.

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My Summer With Dorothy Part 8: Young Anne

She's spent the summer reading nothing but the novels of Dorothy Whipple, and as September beckons Clare Harvey's task is completed. Where better to...

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20th Century Notts: 1964-1966

As a writer becomes a Freeman of the City, Anarchy produces a Nottingham issue, and it's revealed that Enid Blyton's adventure stories are not wanted...

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My Summer With Dorothy Part 7: High Wages

Acclaimed Nottingham author Clare Harvey has set herself a challenge to read the entirety of Dorothy Whipple's oeuvre over the summer. This week, she...

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1962B
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20th Century Notts: 1961-1963

Another Sillitoe classic hits the screens, and it's a significant time for theatre in Nottingham.

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My Summer With Dorothy Part 6: They Knew Mr Knight

Acclaimed author Clare Harvey is spending the Summer reading the complete works of Notts writer Dorothy Whipple, and in week 6 she tackles Whipple's...

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A New Library For Nottingham?

This morning (Tuesday, August 14th) Nottingham City Council announced plans for a new central library to be built on the former Broadmarsh site: a...

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