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The Women Who Saved the English Countryside by Matthew Kelly review – nature’s guardians

In 1951, it emerged that the BBC planned to erect a 229-metre television transmitter at North Hessary Tor on Dartmoor. Lady Sylvia Sayer, chair of the Dartmoor Preservation Association, was incensed. It would, she wrote, be “landscape-slaughter on a more than usually impressive scale”. The “alien” presence would be “a perpetual reminder of that modern ‘civilisation’ which most people come to a national park to forget”.
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Matthew Kelly Leads Assumption To 90-70 Win Against Southern Connecticut

Tuesday night the Assumption University Greyhounds hosted Southern Connecticut State University after losing their last matchup against New Haven Jan. 22. The Greyhounds last win was against American International College Jan. 15 and they came into Tuesday night’s contest 7-6 on the season. Southern Connecticut State University is 4-8 after losing their last matchup against Stonehill.
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The Dresser review – Matthew Kelly and Julian Clary face the final curtain

Any play that contains a show-must-go-on message is bound to resonate in the current climate. That is especially true for the latest production of The Dresser, which is opening a year later than intended. Ronald Harwood’s perennial favourite, inspired by his years spent as dresser to Sir Donald Wolfit, takes place during one evening in 1942, as a touring company treads the boards in the provinces while bombs fall.
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