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23:34, 12 JUL 2013
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.
Holmfirth Film Festival
Step aside Cannes as Holmfirth Film Festival plans revealed
STEP aside Cannes, Venice and Sundance.
Heritage Trail and blue plaque plan for Huddersfield
WE’VE got a fabulous heritage in Huddersfield.
Talk up our heritage
WHAT a great idea to have a heritage trail and blue plaque scheme in Huddersfield.
Graduation 09: Wednesday, July 8, University Campus Barnsley
2.30pm University Campus Barnsley School of Art, Design
Golf: Disaster for Hanson
DISASTER overtook Chris Hanson almost before he got into his stride in the Open Championship regional qualifier at Alwoodley yesterday.
‘ I fight with nature rather than nurture it’
DENIS KILCOMMONS mentioned the other week that James Mason (inset) took the two marble lions from outside his parents’ house to his home Switzerland.
Huddersfield Choral Society
Local newspaper week: The role we play at heart of community
This week is Local Newspaper Week and the spotlight falls on Head Of Features Val Javin who reveals that one of the best ways to report on a community is to be part of it.
Denis: Home James
IT will be 100 years on Friday since James Mason was born in Croft House, Marsh.
Wilf: Offer up a silent prayer
I WENT to see Paul Merton’s showing of old films at the Lawrence Batley Theatre.
Wilf: Memories of Mr Crisp, the flea circus man
PROFESSOR Ward of the University of Huddersfield had a showing of the documentary Home James about James Mason’s return to Huddersfield in 1972.
Kirklees Council managers “should be sacked” for £44m black hole
UNLESS the Diocese sent you a different statement than the statement to parents, I feel Miss Nixon was misrepresented entirely in your report of her departure.
Wilf Lunn: A case of mistaken identity
ON Tuesday the Examiner showed a photo of James Mason and his father.
James Mason’s poignant look into Huddersfield's history
Film legend James Mason’s look back at his home town Huddersfield to be screen in centenary of star’s birth
The life and work of Huddersfield actor James Mason
James Neville Mason was born in Croft House Lane, Marsh, on May 15, 1909, and died on July 27, 1984.
Cannes Film Festival
Movies back at the LBT!
IT IS what some have long hoped for, the return of film to the Lawrence Batley Theatre.
What did the actor James Mason do for Huddersfield?
HE was the Hollywood star, born in Marsh.
Golf: Hanson still on course
CHRIS HANSON dropped from joint eighth after the first round into a tie for 23rd as Section B of the European Tour Qualifying School’s First Stage at The Oxfordshire went into the final round yesterday.
Survey says Summer Wine worst thing about Yorkshire
LONG-RUNNING sitcom Last Of The Summer Wine has collected many accolades over the years.
Yorkshire has seen a galaxy of stars
Marsden Moor and Elland are just two of the places that have helped build Yorkshire’s claim that more films have been made here than in any other county in England.
In search of family connections
I AM looking for information about John Mason (b 1879) who worked as a textile merchant for Wilkinson and Son in Huddersfield in the early 1900s.