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Sunday, November 19, 2017
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Picnic

Wroughton holds a Late Summer Picnic and everyone’s welcome

Everyone’s invited to come and enjoy the community gardens at their best. Bring your own picnic or enjoy the hot and cold food that will be available

A Hip-Hop Panel – on the four elements that shaped a...

Not in the Bronx but in Swindon: four individuals, who embraced the culture of hip-hop, chose one of the elements as a creative form...

Mark Sherratt – on a career in pictures that tell stories

Is a picture worth a thousand words? Do pictures of big known things tell more important stories than pictures of the unknown and often...

Clover Stroud – from Wiltshire to a wild world, and back!

A teenager’s happy life in Wiltshire is suddenly shattered when a horrific accident leaves her mother brain-damaged. What should she do? How would she...

John Rees – on The Leveller Revolution

‘In 1649, to St George’s Hill, a ragged band they called The Diggers came to show the people’s will, they defied the landlords, they...

Lionel Shriver – on a fictional family facing reality

What does the future hold for Americans? Will their economy survive threats from upstart currencies? Will they face a bloodless world war? Should they...

Terry Waite – out of the silence

At the height of the Lebanese civil war in the 1980s, as the Archbishop of Canterbury’s special envoy, Terry Waite conducted several successful missions...

Fiona Maddocks – on music for life

What makes us listen to music? How do we choose our music? Does it choose us? Can music reflect key moments in our lives?...

Nicola Millbank – on eating well but having fun, with real...

By day, Nicola ‘Milly’ Millbank is a celebrated television and film actress, with roles in Mount Pleasant, Mr Selfridge, and Silent Witness, but by...

David Owen – on Cabinet’s Finest Hour

What do you think of the Cabinet system of government in Britain? Is it messy and cumbersome? Or is it the best way of...