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11 October 2017 // Antidotes

After something to read, watch, or listen to? Look no further than our latest round-up of tasty titbits My Buddy: Patti Smith remembers her friend Sam Shepard, following his death in July this year. ‘The rain fell, obscuring tears. I knew that I would see Sam again somewhere in the landscape of dream, but at […]

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26 August 2017 // Antidotes

This week’s book, record, and miscellaneous recommendations come from Jeff Barrett and Diva Harris of CBTR HQ, and cherished contributor Adelle Stripe – author of Black Teeth and a Brilliant Smile, a former Caught by the River Book of the Month. Adelle will be discussing the book with Anna Wood on our stage at this […]

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17 July 2017 // Antidotes

A good old-fashioned roundup of happy distractions The BFI announces an addition of over 600 newly digitised films to their hugely popular archival project Britain on Film. Dating from between 1898 and 2000, the films, from the BFI National Archive and the UK’s national and regional film and TV archives, span the whole of the […]

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20 June 2017 // Antidotes

This week’s book, record, and miscellaneous recommendations come from Jeff Barrett and Diva Harris of CBTR HQ, and long-serving contributor Andy Childs. Diva Harris: – Gazpacho from Garcia’s, a really good Spanish deli on Portobello Road which has been there since the 50s. The only lunch I want to go anywhere near in this ungodly […]

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13 May 2017 // Antidotes

This week’s book, record, and miscellaneous recommendations come from Jeff Barrett, Andrew Walsh, Robin Turner and Diva Harris of CBTR HQ, and longstanding contributor Ben Myers, whose new novel The Gallows Pole is our current Book of the Month. Diva Harris: – The 200+ free art books the Guggenheim Museum have just archived online. A […]

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