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Father and Son: The Newmans

William John Newman was born in 1870 in Dover. In 1894, he married Eliza Jane Mills in Malling and, the following year, the couple had the first of their six children, Wilfrid Ingram Newman. 286 more words

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Turntable Tuesday Video: 'Walk of Life' By Dire Straits

Here’s one that you might not have heard in awhile.

This is my favorite of all the Turntable Tuesday songs I picked for today, mainly because I remember this song and music video so vividly! 61 more words



We’re excited to host a CTC exclusive today, thanks to our friends at Austin-based record label, WHISKEY PICKLE. Straight out of Texas, Whiskey Pickle specialise in the underground across a wide variety of genres with a hearty lean towards the cosmic, psychedelic, and more leftfield disco. 44 more words


60 Minutes, Sunday, August 17, 2014

Rush of Love
This could be the strangest love story you’ll ever see. A high flying London banker falling head over heels for a convicted drug mule serving life in a Bali prison. 229 more words

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Brothers in Arms: The Lewises

Frederick Charles Lewis was born in 1872 in Yeovil, Somerset to Edmund and his wife, Caroline. In 1895, he married Matilda Jane Adams, and the young couple moved to Harringay, London, where they started a family. 213 more words

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Brothers in Arms: The Greenwoods

Albert James Greenwood was born in Colchester in 1863. During his adult life, he travelled further and further west, marrying Mary Ann Anderson in Limehouse in 1888, and then moving to Holborn, where the couple’s eldest  son, Albert Anderson Greenwood, was born on 28 February 1890. 441 more words

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Brothers in Arms: The Barrengers

William George Barrenger was a solicitor and a keen member of the church community of St. Paul’s, Harringay. William had been born in the area to the north-west of Harringay, near Tottenham Lane, in 1866 to George, a baker and confectioner, and his wife Rebecca. 631 more words

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