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On January the 29th 1886, Carl Benz applied for a patent for his “vehicle powered by a gas engine.” a three-wheeled Benz Patent Motor Car, model no. 1. This was the birth of the motor car… For well over 100 years the motor car has been through a myriad of changes, but one common theme […]

In 1455, The Gutenberg Bible (written in Latin) was the first major book printed in Europe. 100’s of years later literature has seen many changes and revolutions through social, cultural and today ‘technological demands’. Professional authors, publishers, and consumers are challenged by Audio and E-books and the competition of Celebrity Authors and sometimes their ghostwriters… […]

With the summer approaching fast, like all parents I am bracing myself with the task of planning a jam packed summer programme of activities that will satisfy my little ones. I will also attempt to not blow the weekly family budget on a single day at an outrageously over priced, over stimulated and over crowded […]

We got a chance to catch up with Bridget Kyle Gray this morning to talk about her new show on Radio Warwickshire called My Favourite Sings. Bridget will be on tonight at 8PM. Listen from our website, on any device, for the best experience as Bridget will be hosting a group chat during the show. […]

When you tell an 18 year old that they have been invited to see a musical by Madness (otherwise known to me ‘ohhh yeah, that band that sang that baggy trousers song?’), you can imagine that I went to this event slightly sceptical, however I am very happy to say that I was wrong.   […]

listen to ‘Feature about The Gatehouse Abbey Fields Kenilworth. Restoration & Archaeology ’ on Audioboo An exciting excavation outside the 14th century gatehouse is taking place in Kenilworth Abbey Fields this week as part of the National Festival of Archaeology. Warwickshire County Council’s in-house archaeology team, Archaeology Warwickshire, are joining forces with Kenilworth Abbey Advisory […]

Last year I did the anti-Valentine’s Day thing. This year, I thought, well if I can’t enjoy this fabricated holiday myself, at least I can help others get “in the mood.” So here goes my top 10 all-time favourite love songs: 10. “The Deeper the Love” “The Deeper the Love” is a song by the […]

listen to ‘New Show: That Was Then, This Is Now’ on Audioboo Ian Rose, our intrepid blogger, has now added his skills to hosting his first Radio Warwickshire show called, That Was Then, This Is Now. The show traces the links between some of today’s hottest songs with the songs that preceded them. The first […]

I am a borderline Ebenezer Scrooge when it comes to the Christmas holiday season. Presents, shopping, Christmas markets and carols, bah humbug indeed. But this year, I thought I would make an effort to be more festive. It is the season to be jolly after all. Besides, MTV and VH1 among others, have already started […]

Posted by @soulcruzer Two and a half hours in the car, two mega sized Red-Bulls later and I’m sat in a Best Western in Colchester eating mince pies to try to steady the caffeine shakes so I can write this review of thisismyjam.com music discovery website that I stumbled upon early. The concept behind thisismyjam.com […]


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