Margaret Graham

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Name: Margaret Graham
Date registered: May 5, 2014

Latest posts

  1. Playing with Fire by Paul Heiney – book review by Milly Adams — January 17, 2018
  2. THEATRE REVIEW by Paul Vates – East at The King’s Head Theatre, London   — January 17, 2018
  3. Words for the Wounded announces the launch of The Georgina Hawtrey-Woore Award — January 10, 2018
  4. Vera’s back on our screen – F-A-B-U-L-O-U-S news, and in THIRSK on 30th January. — January 9, 2018
  5. The Sore Throat Season is Here with a Vengeance — January 8, 2018

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Jan 17

Playing with Fire by Paul Heiney – book review by Milly Adams

Playing with Fire by Paul Heiney I was going to call this a quirky book, and then stopped myself. Perhaps it’s a sign of the times, what with central heating, and small gardens, that a book that explores the art of chopping and burning wood is considered any such thing. Paul Heiney, the author,  reminds …

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Jan 17

THEATRE REVIEW by Paul Vates – East at The King’s Head Theatre, London  

‘With brains, heart and guts it still hits home’     I ventured to trendy North London to watch an iconic play about gritty East London. Something ironic in that.   East arrived in 1975, from the Edinburgh Festival premiere, transferring to The King’s Head and launching Steven Berkoff’s raucous style. This revival shouldn’t work. …

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Jan 10

Words for the Wounded announces the launch of The Georgina Hawtrey-Woore Award

Words for the Wounded is run by three grannies, all writers and reviewers, all conscious that we need to help our unwell and disabled veterans. So what better way than by creating opportunities for aspiring writers, something of great importance to all three grannies.. This is why they launched their International Words for the Wounded …

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Jan 09

Vera’s back on our screen – F-A-B-U-L-O-U-S news, and in THIRSK on 30th January.

How come? The White Rose Book Café have arranged for Ann be at The Old Courthouse, Rural Arts, Thirsk, YO7 1QS on 30th January. What a treat. The doors open at 6.30 and the evening starts at 7 pm not 7.30 as previous stated. Frost Magazine loves and adores Ann Cleeves’ unique detective DCI Vera …

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Jan 08

The Sore Throat Season is Here with a Vengeance

  Research by Ultra Chloraseptic, the anaesthetic throat spray which relieves pain in seconds, reveals that sore throats have a big impact on our work, social and family lives. I should say so. Having felt very sorry for myself over the last week, the only thing that actually helped, and helps, is an anaesthetic throat …

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Jan 08

A Day in the Life of Photographer Cire Simone

I have been passionate about photography since I was a child, and my evenings were spent watching David Attenborough documentaries and thinking that becoming a wildlife photographer would be the best job in the world. A degree in Marine and Natural History Photography at University College Falmouth further cemented my ambition to create images, both …

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Jan 07

James Swallow author of NOMAD – DAY IN THE LIFE

       Frost is thrilled that James Swallow has found time to write about his writing day for us – enjoy. And read his novel NOMAD, a belter of a book. ‘Bedtime? Forget it. This is one you won’t put down until it’s finished. We need a new strong character in this genre, and …

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Jan 05

Twelfth Night is on the horizon       by Milly Adams

  It’s time to celebrate the remembered joys of the festive season so how about a Twelfth Night supper? Perhaps a lightly spiced Asian meal (why not a takeaway after the feverish home cooking) followed by dessert, and perhaps a light blue cheese. What to drink though? Nothing better for Frost Magazine is the 56 …

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