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Remember that old 1930s fictitious documentary Man Of Aran that follows a family’s daily struggles to survive on the forbidding Aran Islands? Nah, me neither, but trust the pioneering nautical…

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The Natural History Museum is full of extinct animals. The foyer hosts the 12ft skeleton of a moa, the flightless bird native to New Zealand until hunted to extinction by…

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Perhaps it’s our island mentality, perhaps it’s just something in the water, but eccentricity is a very British trait. There’s something in our psyche that’s inexplicably given to fantastical flights…

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Despite having a name that seems to hark back to a time when Britannia ruled the waves, British Sea Power are no jingoists. The Brighton quartet’s appealing answer to global…