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Salem in Stoke Newington: Delaine Le Bas

It is a rare occasion when one encounters a Minnie Mouse doll and is simultaneously delighted and extremely disturbed. Welcome to Delaine Le Bas’s Witchunt: a riot of joyful colour and texture,...

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Davide Tiso: Millions of Melodies Erupting

Davide Tiso is the inspired creative mind behind Ephel Duath as well as the truly progressive Manuscripts Don't Burn, why then isn’t he a household name in metal?   During his...

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Henry Rollins: Student Protests Are Great

Henry Rollins talks to Trebuchet about politics and protest ...

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UK Government to Back Online Petitions

The UK government is to look into online petitioning which would allow the public to propose topics of discussion for parliament the government and intends to shut down the e-petitions part of the...

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Chap-Hop Rivalry reaches New Heights

Chap-Hop a particularly English form of Hip-Hop has become privy to some ugly scenes of one-up-manship recently between Mr B and Professor Elemental. ...

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The Double Helix of Political Life

In “What Mad Pursuit”, Francis Crick declares that he had no memory of walking into the Eagle pub in Cambridge and declaring that as a result of his discovery of the double helix of DNA along...

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Howard Marks: First there was the Welsh…

Howard Marks has become something of a cult-celebrity. Trebuchet interviews the ex-con about his other 'other' pastime - writing. ...

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Boris rejects Cameron’s ‘Social Cleansing’ Cap

London Mayor Boris Johnson seeks to mitigate the effects of Cameron's bill to cap housing benefit...

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Art Music: Remembering Mille Plateaux on the eve of its relaunch

Mille Plateaux, a multifaceted icon of the dot.com musical era and now in 2010 it’s coming back. ...

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World Music: Further Review (WOMAD 2008)

A critical review of where WOMAD 2008 exists in your cultural hearts...

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Standing Our Ground: Land reclamation in Bevere, Venezuela.

In the Bevere community, located outside Tucani, Venezuela the push for agricultural reform and ‘endogenous development’ is the government’s reported attempt to reduce the poverty and...

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Uwe Boll: Is this the most hated man in cinema?

Interview with Uwe Boll film maker and hated director...

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Stop The War: Or What?

The War on Terror is unquestionably the dominant security discourse of our times. It has reshaped our worldwide strategic perspective, reoriented our approach to policing and airport security, and...

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Idealistic Escape : Womad 2010

Womad 2010 : Partly ecological fayre, part activistic showcase, part global awareness program a lot more goes on around the stages than is commonly publicised....

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Howard Marks: Senor Nice

Howard Marks, ex-dope-dealer extraordinaire and veteran of America’s toughest penitentiary, is tonight treading the boards at the Shepherd’s Bush Empire, joint in hand and sounding lethargic....

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Censorship: Desert Island Disclosures

censorship has been operating under spectacular circumstances. There is no point pretending that censorship in the 21st century is over...

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All or Nothing: Interview with Matthew Devereux

Matthew Devereux and Trebuchet’s Kailas Elmer caught up in conversation to discuss his hypertextual novel on risk, structure, relationships, war...

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Obama : After the Future, All is Change

Obama is preaching 'change' but how does that work as a broad concept let alone an election promise? ...

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