HE was one of the first black men to serve in the First World War and risked his life as a firefighter during the Second, but like so many others could have ended up a forgotten hero, lost in the m
WHEN she was growing up in County Tipperary in the 1960s, Lorraine Maher (pictured) met no other black people and on the few occasions they came into her midst she would avoid them.
Dan Carrier talks to playwright Jonathan Harvey, who will be speaking about his work at this year’s ArchWay With Words festival.
THE work of author and playwright Jonathan Harvey has been seen by millions.
The Former curate at St John's Church Row, Hampstead talks to Piers Plowright this Thursday (October 13th) at Burgh House.
LORD Harries of Pentregarth, former Bishop of Oxford, and the nation’s favourite contributor to Radio 4’s Thought For The Day, is the author of books on fine art and theology,
WE could do with some fun as the world is enveloped with disasters and political problems are forever grabbing the headlines.
THE walls of the Peggy Jay Gallery at Burgh House in Hampstead’s New End Square are hung with words, abstract images and musical notes this week.
WHEN Cleo Sylvestre played truant that particular day in 1964, it was more a case of opportunity knocks than youthful defiance.
NO matter what avenue of news you consume, which experts and columnists you follow, and which political party you support, you’ve probably got that feeling of unease about the future in your