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Jamie Wood in 'O No'.

Review: O No! – 9 February 2017

M’Lady remained unconvinced of the gentle Bohemian spirit of ‘O No!’, as I explained: “And then the performer asked for a volunteer to get naked with him in a bag.”

The Stanley Spencer Gallery at the top of Cookham High Street.

Tour: ‘Paradise Regained’ at the Stanley Spencer Gallery

The gallery’s latest exhibition coincides with the centenary of the start of WWI and examines the effect the war had on the young artist. Stanley was one of five Spencer brothers, all of whom fought in the Great War; his older brother Sydney died at Epehy in September 1918, and is the only holder of the Military Cross remembered on the Cookham village war memorial.

A widow and her two daughters eat a meal Rachel Johnson has prepared.

Review: Famous, Rich, and Hungry – 16 March 2014

Poverty is all around us, apparently, but surely these days no one actually goes hungry, do they? A BBC two-part documentary attempts to shine light on the hidden hunger crisis on Britain’s streets. Here, Andrew Burdett reviews it.