Monthly Archives: March 2008

THEATRE REVIEW: Shaw’s ‘Major Barbara’ at the National

By Ray Bennett LONDON – Bernard Shaw’s play “Major Barbara” tackles themes similar to the movie “There Will Be Blood,” but instead of the American Daniel Plainview it’s a very English capitalist named Andrew Undershaft who takes on religion and … Continue reading

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Many left behind in digital world: report

By Ray Bennett LONDON — Teenagers live in a different world of entertainment and technology compared to the rest of the population, a new survey confirms. Revealing what it calls “an astonishing divide in digital entertainment takeup and technology ownership … Continue reading

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Soho club owner Paul Raymond dies

By Ray Bennett Soho multi-millionaire Paul Raymond, who has died at 82, looks like Peter Sellers on a very bad day in the photos run alongside his obituary in the newspapers. He made his money from nudie magazines and cabaret … Continue reading

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