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Book review: Admissions: A Life In Brain Surgery by Henry Marsh

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Rising opera star Bibi Heal is set to launch the Voices of Craven summer concert next week.

Opera, song and all that jazz

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Photo by David McQuillan

Photo of the Day: May 27th

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Ribby Hall recipe by Grant Beech
Lamb Kleftiko

RECIPE: Lamb Kleftiko - Serves two to three people

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Photo of the Day: May 26th

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Eating cheese is better for you than previously thought

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Game Of Thrones trailer leaves fans 'crying with excitement'

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Mum's cake bake fundraiser for victims of Manchester atrocity

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Langho singer/songwriter Ella Shaw.

Singer Ella Shaw dedicates song to Manchester and the bomb attack victims

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This solar powered invention is more than just a barbecue

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Opera, song and all that jazz

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Langho singer/songwriter Ella Shaw.

Singer Ella Shaw dedicates song to Manchester and the bomb attack victims

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Ltitia Sadier is playing the Continental in Preston on Friday

‘Epic’ line-up starts with avant-pop legend Laetitia

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Police outside the MEN arena this morning.

More than a dozen Ribble Valley school pupils at Manchester bomb attack gig

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Festival-goers will be able to take their drugs to a testing tent run by The Loop, which will then tell them what is in the drugs before destroying what was handed over

Music festivals to allow revellers to test illegal drugs

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Comedian Rob Brydon is going it alone on a tour which sees him take to the stage at Preston's Guild Hall

Would he lie to you? Rob set to play Guild Hall

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Comedian Bill Bailey is heading to Preston next year

What larks are in store when comedy ‘treasure’ Bill flies in

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Admissions: A Life In Brain Surgery by Henry Marsh

Book review: Admissions: A Life In Brain Surgery by Henry Marsh

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Photo by David McQuillan

Photo of the Day: May 27th

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Photo by Laura Mirfield

Photo of the Day: May 26th

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Game Of Thrones George RR Martin

Game Of Thrones trailer leaves fans 'crying with excitement'

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