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TV COLUMN: Question Time, Daily Politics at Labour Party Conference, Damned

Columnist James Waller-Davies gives his view of some of the recent events on television.

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Pictured, from left, Steven Woolfe, Bonnie Greer, Priti Patel, host David Dimbleby, Richard Burgon and Rod Liddle.

Immigration and Brexit lead debates on Question Time

Pictured, from left, Steven Woolfe, Bonnie Greer, Priti Patel, host David Dimbleby, Richard Burgon and Rod Liddle.

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BBC Question Time to be broadcast from Boston - and expect Brexit to top the bill

BBC Question Time will be broadcast from Boston tonight (Thursday) - and we can expect Brexit to be top of the bill.

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Don't Breathe.

FILM REVIEW: Don’t Breathe

The twist will leave you breathless, writes Gavin Miller.

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: National Treasure, Panorama, Brexit: A Very British Coup?

Columnist James Waller-Davies gives his view of some of the recent events on television.

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Roald Dahl at work in his famous writing hut

Roald Dahl Day celebrates 100 years since author’s birth

Exactly 100 years ago today Roald Dahl was born and children and adults around the world will be coming together to celebrate the life and works of the much-loved author.

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Bad Moms.

FILM REVIEW: Bad Moms (15)

This female-centric comedy yarn provides a consistent humorous flow that takes it a cut above usual genre fare, writes Gavin Miller.

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: Remakes, reboots and repeats

Columnist James Waller-Davies gives his view of some of the recent events on television.

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James Waller-Davies

TV column: Great British Bake Off, Porridge, Ripper Street, ITV ‘switch off’

Columnist James Waller-Davies gives his view of some of the recent events on television.

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FILM REVIEW: David Brent – Life on The Road

FILM REVIEW: David Brent – Life on The Road

This feature-length movie dedicated to Ricky Gervais’ iconic character is surprisingly inconsistent fare – ultimately saved by half a dozen stand-out comedic moments, writes Gavin Miller.

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BIRTHDAY BOY: John Gabbey celebrates his birthday with a special cake presented to him by care worker Annabell Gallagher at Stonehaven Residential Home, Quadring.

Bank holiday birthday landmark for 105-year-old in Quadring

August Bank Holiday Monday will forever hold special memories for Quadring dad-of-two John Gabbey who celebrated his 105th birthday in the village.

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Lion Fest 2016 at Ye Olde Red Lion pub, Bicker, with guests
Marion Garton, Alex Lee, Daisy Ross, Tony Kiss, Kevin and Angie Large.  Photo by Tim Wilson.

Heart of the Lion in Bicker beats for heart centre

A roar from the heart could be heard across Bicker on Sunday as a village brought families together for the August Bank Holiday weekend.

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The Shallows.

FILM REVIEW: The Shallows (15)

Ever-improving ex-Gossip Girl actress Blake Lively impresses as the lead in this refreshing shark attack horror-thriller, writes Gavin Miller.

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FILM REVIEW: Suicide Squad (15)

FILM REVIEW: Suicide Squad (15)

This is one of my favourite movies to have been critically mauled – because it’s actually a lot better than the online backlash would have you believe.

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Pat Day with her dog Guiness and a 1964 Humber Sceptre. Photo by David Dawson.

Motoring along on a sunny day in Kirton

More than 450 cars and vehicles ranging from 18 to 88 years of age took over Grange Park, Kirton, for the 24th Boston Classic Car Show.

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Finding Dory.

REVIEW: Finding Dory

Compared to the original Nemo and the class act that was the Toy Story trilogy, this may suffer from sporadic short-term memory loss – but still has enough heartfelt warmth to make this solid Disney/Pixar family entertainment fare.

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LION FEST: Chantilly Milverton promotes Lion Fest 2016 for children's heart charity Keep the Beat at Ye Olde Red Lion pub in Bicker on August Bank Holiday Sunday.  Photo by Tim Wilson.

Lion to roar for Chantilly at bank holiday fun day in Bicker

Staff and regulars at a pub in Bicker will be pulling and drinking pints respectively for an “inspirational young person” over the bank holiday weekend.

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VIDEO: Record numbers expected for Heckington Show

Record numbers are predicted for this year’s Heckington Show.

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FILM REVIEW: Ghostbusters (12A)

So the new female-centric reboot was meant to be eerily rubbish, then some early test screenings raised hopes it was spookily good - now it’s been released it kind of sits somewhere in between, like a fascinatingly unnerving apparition, writes Gavin Miller.

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Cheryl Steele with author Margaret Dickinson.

Village’s First World War story in print

The impact on a Boston village of the First World War is explored in a new book, funded by a four-figure Lottery grant.

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