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15:50, 4 OCT 2013
Denis: Celebrities having a rumble in the jungle
HELEN Flanagan was brilliant in Coronation Street playing Rosie Webster, a spoiled girl obsessed with her looks who is determined to find fame and fortune, no matter what the cost.
Huddersfield University unveils new ‘super’ computer
LOOKS can be deceptive.
University unveils new ‘super’ computer.
LOOKS can be deceptive.
What to watch on TV
TONIGHT: Merlin (BBC 1, 7.45pm) SEASON five of this internationally successful fantasy saga kicks off.
What to watch on TV
TONIGHT: Doctor Who (BBC 1, 7.20pm). IT'S the end of an era, and one that all involved have promised us will end with viewers wiping away a tear or two.
Examiner Literary Luncheon: Author James Dawson on teenagers and witches
BOOKS borrowed from his young pupils set James Dawson on his career as an author.
Denis Kilcommons: I’ve got that sinking feeling
OLD fashioned deep sea divers relied on their air supply being pumped through a rubber tube by a chap on the deck of the trawler above.
Examiner Literary Lunch oozes Yorkshire flavour
OOZING Yorkshire flavour and dripping in creative talent, this year’s Examiner Literary Luncheon has all the right ingredients.
Examiner Literary Luncheon 2012: Yorkshire flavour for top event
This year’s Examiner Literary Luncheon, on Tuesday October 2, will have a strong Yorkshire flavour and a tempting line-up of authors.
Brighouse Business Initiative
Creativity kicks-off at Brighouse Arts Festival and return of the Totally Locally street market
NINE days of art, music and fun are guaranteed in Brighouse.
In fine tune for the first Brighouse Arts Festival
A TOWN is striking the right note with the launch of its first arts festival.
Harsh criticism of new Kirklees College
AS the monolithic and overbearing Kirklees College building has neared completion at Chapel Hill, there has inevitably been a slew of letters to the Examiner expressing horror at its scale, design and materials.
Olivia Anderson in singing finals
A TEENAGER who was born and raised in Huddersfield has reached the regional finals of a popular music competition.
Top roles for Huddersfield actress Jodie Whittaker and husband Christian Contreras, who stars in BBC1 drama The Syndicate
ACTRESS Jodie Whittaker has landed a top role with the National Theatre.
Holmfirth's Jessica Gunning has been in Doctor Who, Law & Order and now she's set to star in BBC drama White Heat
A FORMER Holmfirth student is set to star in a major new TV drama.
Dr Who author entertains children in Lindley
DR WHO author Steve Cole was greeted by a flurry of fans at a Huddersfield primary school yesterday.
Denis Kilcommons: Ryan Gosling or a new Hotpoint - ladies, it’s your choice
THE sign in the Huddersfield shop window cheered me up no end: “Spring Fashion”, it said.
THE combined force of children’s favourites Peppa Pig, Fireman Sam and Doctor Who could not save toy distributor Character Group from posting a fall in Christmas sales.
Denis Kilcommons: Christmas Past
CHRISTMAS past always involved an orange and a new penny. They were at the bottom of the pillow case in which my presents were stacked.
Netherthong author Annabel Pitcher is nominated for two coveted literary prizes
A NETHERTHONG author has been shortlisted for two prestigious prizes in the world of literature.
Fashion and Beauty: Ellen Rey goes for Fifties-style Girl Power
Fifties fashion is all about looking and feeling feminine. That’s why 23-year-old Huddersfield student Ellen Rey de Castro enjoys wearing the styles of more than five decades ago.
CBeebies TV star Alex Winters to switch on Huddersfield Christmas lights
CHILDREN’S TV star Alex Winters is to kick start Huddersfield’s Christmas celebrations.
Holmfirth artist Ashley Jackson honoured by Grand Central train named after him
ARTIST Ashley Jackson is joining the likes of Michael Palin and Dr Who – he’s getting a train named after him.
Book review: I Must Collect Myself by Maureen Lipman
I Must Collect Myself. Maureen Lipman/ Simon and Schuster, £8.99