Latest articles tagged with ‘Alan Sillitoe’

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Literary Locations #28: The Council House

Our Council House is 90!

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1996A
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20th Century Notts: 1994-1996

In our penultimate instalment, we are introduced to the fiction of Julie Myerson and Robert Harris, and former Nottinghamshire Police officers throw...

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1989A
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20th Century Notts: 1988-1990

We reach the '90s and Nottingham's favourite detective makes his debut.

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Saturday Night, Sunday Morning At Sixty

Saturday Night and Sunday Morning was released 60 years ago this month, James Walker shows that while the book may now qualify for a bus-pass, its...

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1987B
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20th Century Notts: 1985-1987

Life goes on for Alan Sillitoe as Stephen Booth and Alan Baker move to Notts.

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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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1964C
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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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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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1960A
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20th Century Notts: 1960

This edition of 20th Century Notts features just one year, 1960, a time when Nottingham was at the centre of the literary world.

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1959C
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20th Century Notts: 1957-1959

In this week's 20th Century Notts, Alan Sillitoe has a meteoric rise to the top and Agatha Christie shows a young Brian Blessed around Nottingham.

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1953B
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20th Century Notts: 1951-1953

As we enter the 1950s a certain young writer from Radford wins a prize at the Nottingham Writers' Club.

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