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Tribute could help tourism

Tribute could help tourism

Talk of the Town - 1st February

As the country continues to discuss the rights and wrongs of the new film The Iron Lady, about the life of former Prime Minister, Mrs Margaret Thatcher, her home town of Grantham is debating whether more should be done to honour its links with its most famous daughter.

Archaeologist with a passion for the ordinary

Archaeologist with a passion for the ordinary

People & Places - 1st February

Promoting two new books, writing another, fitting in interviews, television and radio appearances as well as looking after his farm is all in a day’s retirement for archaeologist Francis Pryor.

Henry Alken (1785-1851)

Henry Alken (1785-1851)

Homes & Gardens - 1st February

Equestrian and hunting themes have long been popular within art and the subject has inspired a vast amount of pictures and prints. For at least three centuries artists have painted and drawn horse riders, in the midst of a race or hunt, to the delight of collectors. Few artists have been as prolific as Henry Alken in satisfying this demand.

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