Ian Whitwham was reading to his granddaughter when he lost the ability to speak. A stroke had laid him low I’m playing with the grandchild, Sylvie. It’s early in the morning. I’m a bit sleepy, a bit slow.
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When Utada Hikaru burst on the scene in the late 1990s, Japanese pop music was a different world. At the time, there were bands and there were singer/songwriter types. But when it came to mega pop stars?
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When 14-year-old Elsie Frost was murdered in an unexplained, violent attack on a Wakefield towpath in 1965, her family were thrown into a period of intense shock and grief. For Elsie’s younger brother,
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Scottish drinkers could be forgiven for crying into their drams after a single malt from Japan was named the best whisky in the world for the first time. Whisky expert Jim Murray awarded a record-equalling