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Yusuf Islam talks about the production and crowd sourcing of his new song ‘My People’ inspired by the revolution in Egypt and the Arab world. Yusuf used facebook to gather peoples voices and mixed them into the production.

Feb 25, 2011

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by: StojneBabe

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Well it looks like the worst case scenario, that in which Gaddafi sabotages the oil fields, may have been avoided. There’s still a strong danger of civil war within Tripoli as hard core loyalists and mercenaries defend a last ditch position. Meanwhile what’s the news from Tangiers and other places? This article titled “Libya rebels […]

Feb 24, 2011

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by: StojneBabe

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The people in Tahrir square have had a crash course in revolutionary politics over the past twenty days, worth a lifetime of study. They have formed a council with powers to call and also call off mass protests, and issued a “People’s Communique No 1″ with a list of demands to the new military regime. […]

Feb 13, 2011

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by: StojneBabe

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Wanstead Flats Campaign Join us for ‘Take Back Wanstead Flats’ on 2pm on Sunday 21 November. The Save Wanstead Flats campaign plans to use wooden stakes and tape to mark out the boundaries of the proposed police base on the Flats, in order to show just how much space it will swallow up in 2012. […]

Jan 31, 2011

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by: StojneBabe

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Havering Folk Club – Romford, Essex Havering Folk Club has become a regular Wednesday evening event where I enjoy playing a couple of songs amongst a friendly group who enjoy all sorts of styles. The venue has changed in the past, but remained at The old Golden Lion pub in the High Street, Romford, upstairs […]

Jan 17, 2011

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by: StojneBabe

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Welcome to Andy Roberts music and songwriting page I’m trying to gather together all my stuff about music making, guitar playing and songwriting with news of any latest songs, gigs and links out to various places on the web where Andy Roberts Music can be played and often downloaded for free. I think the best […]

Nov 21, 2010

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by: StojneBabe

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See also:  London Cable Car Planning applications for a new London cable car crossing over the Thames linking 2012 Olympic venues in east London have been submitted by Transport for London. TfL has submitted the plans to both Newham and Greenwich borough councils proposing that a London Cable Car station be built a few hundred […]

Nov 09, 2010

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: Blogs

Love Never Dies By the time many people read this the free tickets competition will be over, so I’ll write about why I think you might like to consider Love Never Dies theatre breaks anyway. I guess you may have already seen The Phantom of The Opera ? The most successful piece of live entertainment […]

Nov 08, 2010

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by: StojneBabe

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I tend to bang on about rail travel as preferable to driving, but theatre breaks by coach offer a different kind of experience altogether. People over a certain age may well have bad memories of coach journeys back in the bad old days when there were no onboard facilities, long uncomfortable journeys around bendy trunk […]

Oct 26, 2010

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: Blogs

The topic for Blog Action Day 2010 is water, and I’m just going to link out to some other entries from here, this time. In 2009 I wrote blog-action-day-when-the-waters-rise In 2007, the first blog action day, I explained that individual-action-is-not-enough So this year I entered another song, Mondura Dam which according to the composer, myself, […]

Oct 15, 2010

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by: StojneBabe

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