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Nostalgia: When Hollywood star James Mason returned to Huddersfield
Brian Haigh, former Assistant Head of Kirklees Cutural Services looks at Huddersfield’s rich musical heritage and recalls a TV documentary by world famous Huddersfield actor James Mason
Huddersfield Civic Society
Film night to show some of the most iconic moments from Huddersfield's history
Journey back 100 years
Rare Mercedes once owned by Huddersfield movie star James Mason up for auction
Mercedes-Benz 300 SE Cabriolet could raise up to £200k
Huddersfield Civic Society
Ask Examiner: Did Huddersfield once have more Rolls-Royces than anywhere else?
The answer may lay in the archives of a Huddersfield coachbuilder
History of Holmfirth Railway Station that closed in 1959
John Rawlinson is vice chair of Huddersfield Local History Society and editor of its journal. In the latest publication (issue 27) he examines in detail the history of the Holmfirth branch of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway.
University of Huddersfield to mark contribution of town's famous figures from the past
New £27m centre to be named after Richard Oastler
Popularity of Peter Brook's paintings grow
His work is held in collections all over the UK and abroad, including the Tate Gallery, home to artworks by some of Britain’s finest and most famous artists
University of Huddersfield
University of Huddersfield honour for Jesus Christ actor Robert Powell
Star of stage and screen gets honorary degree from the School of Music and Humanities at Huddersfield University
White Rose wonders! New book lists top tens of Yorkshire achievements - find out more here
WE all know that Yorkshire is a special place – but a Mirfield writer has now proved that time and time again.
Huddersfield Royal Infirmary
Likely Lads actor Rodney Bewes to sell Brighouse artist Peter Brook's works
HE is best known as one half of the TV stars The Likely Lads.
Arts: Huddersfield gallery opens major Peter Brook exhibition
HIS pictures are atmospheric, instantly recognisable and remain much in demand.
Letters to the Editor
IT IS a sad day for the residents of Lindley and surrounding areas after tremendous work had been undertaken by the Lindley Moor Action Group to stop the housing development by Miller Homes.
It’s time to talk Huddersfield up: Barry Gibson
THERE have been two types of promotion in Huddersfield in the last few weeks.
Holmfirth Film Festival
Joan Bakewell and Shirley Anne Field among the highlights of Holmfirth Film Festival
THE BIG film festival in the small town returns – promising premiers galore.
Comedy: Robin Ince bring science and stand-up to the LBT stage
HE’S the self-proclaimed science geek who asks questions of the experts the rest of us daren’t.
Arts: Unique Peter Brook collection at the Smart Gallery at Redbrick Mill, Batley
SEVENTY pieces of artwork by renowned artist Peter Brook will be exhibited next week.
Denis Kilcommons: I want to be one of Town’s pin up boys like Harold Wilson and Sir Patrick Stewart
I WAS impressed by the Made In Huddersfield promotion in the Kingsgate Centre.
Art fans rush to snap up Peter Brook paintings at Huddersfield exhibition
ART lovers from across the world have been snapping up paintings by late Brighouse artist Peter Brook.
Business Profiles: Yorkshire Bank’s Anita Crowther
ANITA Crowther is back in Huddersfield – and she’s more than happy to be here!
Late Brighouse artist Peter Brook set for top London exhibtion
A PRESTIGIOUS London gallery is set to feature the work of late Brighouse artist Peter Brook.
Examiner letters, January 10, 2011
IT was good to see Barry Sheerman and Jason McCartney’s views on the alternative voting system in the Examiner – but I felt both of them were looking at it from the point of view of an MP rather than a voter.
Gil poster for James mason's Odd Man Out fails to sell at auction
A RARE poster for the award-winning 1947 film Odd Man Out, starring Huddersfield-born movie legend, James Mason, failed to sell at auction.
The Fifties re-examined at University of Huddersfield
IT was labelled the “doldrums decade”.
Obituary: Yorkshire landscape artist Peter Brook
ONE of Yorkshire’s best-loved artists has died.