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Thane and regret: an Australian idiot’s tale more

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Farewell to a champ who took his leave in style more

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A fond farewell to the afternoon quizmaster king more

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NHS funding: why it’s time to face the facts of the matter more

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Why the last big celebrity death of 2016 struck the darkest chord more

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You can’t beat a good fire. But sometimes it can leave you cold more

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Enough clowning around. This US comedy has a long way to run more

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After some recent experience doing battle with the nefarious Triffid weed Richad Nye has some hilarious musings on why a mystical view of nature is no good for your garden more

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West Ham United's move from Upton Park to The Olypmic Stadium has given our most experienced journalist plenty of food for thought about the nature of identity more

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I am the enemy you killed, my friend. I knew you in this dark... more

Former hostage Terry Waite talks to Richard Nye ahead of the Richmond Literature Festival more

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Why childhood deprivation can work wonders more

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As The Richmond Magazine completes its first 20 years, former Editor Richard Nye talks to the brains behind it all more

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Arlott and Swanton were two of the voices of English cricket. A new book explores their impact. Richard Nye meets co-author David Kynaston more

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Conflicting thoughts on the heroine of Epsom Downs more

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Thane and regret: an Australian idiot’s tale more

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4 STARS, March 17-24. As winter's fire rages outside, Richard Nye enjoys an accomplished performance of Macbeth by the Richmond Shakespeare Society more

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What the Arsenal manager should take from history more

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Why today’s hot topic could develop into a flaming row more

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LAWRENCE LUSTIG

Farewell to a champ who took his leave in style more

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Time for prayer: the request of a presenter in pain more

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Spare a kind thought for the new political fall girl more

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A fond farewell to the afternoon quizmaster king more

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Transports of delight? Not with this Mayor... more

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4.5 STARS, September 16-23. A heart-wrenching piece of theatre that deftly explores the traumatic trans-generational repercussions of escape from the Holocaust with the unstoppable force of a run away locomotive, says Richard Nye more

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Three cheers for a liberal dose of integrity more

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Richmond borough is blessed with authors. Here Fiona Adams, Richard Nye, Jane McGowan and Brooke Theis review some recent publications more

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4 STARS, June 3-10. It's a nightmarishly good performance from the RSS of Franz Kafka's classic Metamorphosis. Richard Nye enjoys/endures a production that masterfully explores universal human fears more

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