Kurt Jackson Etchings

30 January 2009 // Miscellany

As Kurt Jackson’s Forest Gardens exhibition draws to a close at the end of this week, we would like to draw your attention to a series of limited edition works on paper. With a range of subjects including garden vegetables, boats, lighthouses and seascapes, the series also features ‘Meadow Brown and Faller’, a drypoint specially […]

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Knot of the Day

30 January 2009 // Miscellany

drawn by Alexander Jardine. We are starting to build up a good collection of AJ’s work which we will eventually put up on CBTR. For now you can see a bit more of his work on his son Charles’ site. Have a great weekend. Jeff

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Blog: Caught By The Red Indians

28 January 2009 // Miscellany

A confused and insecure start to what had already promised to be a tricky year was momentarily despatched last week as the god’s of good stuff gave us brief respite; Firstly, at Heavenly, Doves delivered a masterpiece of a fourth album. It is genuinely a killer. We had a collective ‘holy shit’ moment followed by […]

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Wye; Voices from the Valley

28 January 2009 // Film/TV //On Water

The story of life in the Wye Valley told by a ghillie, a sheep farmer, a bee-keeper and a cider farmer. Tonight on UKTV Gardens (what do you mean, do I have that channel!) – Sky 248 – 7pm and 11pm.

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Good Casting

27 January 2009 // Film/TV

Timothy Spall as Peter Taylor. Genius. this from Empire magazine; Good films about football are rare – especially if the sight of Pele slaloming through a square-looking Wehrmacht back four doesn’t do it for you. That could be about to change though, judging by The Damned United trailer which has just hit the internet. The […]

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