As part of the 2018 LIFT festival - Storm the Tower brings 150 performers for a spectacular collision of music and dance. Dance styles from across London and music from The Band of the Irish Guards, contemporary a cappella vocal group The Gold Vocal Collective, rock musicians, strings and vocalists and the rebellious history of the site itself, East Wall is the Tower’s first large-scale artistic presentation since the award-winning Poppies installation.
Wed 18th - Sun 22 July, 7.30PM.
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New Scientist Magazine.
GB. England. Salisbury Plain. Wiltshire. New Scientist Magazine. David Water head of the Great Bustard group. Great Bustards, which were hunted into extinction in 1832, are now self-sustainable, thanks to a pioneering scheme which has reintroduced the species. The Great Bustard is the heaviest living animal that can fly.
Six Times Open Campaign.
Six Times Open is a charity campaign to raise 100K in a year for the British Heart Foundation, run by fraternal twins, Jonathan and David Stretton-Downes. It was born out of the reality that Jonathan will be undergoing his sixth heart surgery later this year and wanted to turn this experience into something positive. The 12-month campaign intimately follows Jonathan and David as they prepare mentally and physically for the roller-coaster of a sixth heart operation, through the surgery itself and along the harsh road to recovery.
Rev. Simon Bailey - BBC Radio 4.
50 years since homosexual acts were partially decriminalised in England and Wales. To mark the anniversary, Rosemary Bailey has rereleased the biography of her brother Simon. He was a gay priest in the Church of England and died from AIDS in 1995.
National Media Museum - 'Lates'.
For one night only, four times a year, The National Science and Media musuem will work with scientists and artists from all over the UK to bring brilliant minds together, creating a night out unlike any other. 'Lates' events are upbeat and energetic from live experiments to exclusive talks. Image - Batley Frontier Club formerly Batley Variety Club.
Barnsley Policeman Bill Harber.
Barnsley Policeman Bill Harber, famous locally for his distinctive moustache, has died at the age of 86. A traffic policeman, who became famous in Barnsley after decades of directing traffic through the town. He featured in Dave Cherry's song about the "useless" Stairfoot roundabout. Mr Harber's friends and family described him as an "absolute gentleman" and "a legend".
More info: BBC
Story behind the Image.
Journalist Magazine interview on the Fall of the Berlin Wall, Germany.
The Economist Magazine.
Reverend Roly Bain - Clown-Priest (1954-2016)
National Media Museum - 'In your Face' Campaign.
The Bradford-based museum is looking at how faces are represented in the media.With the rise of social media and selfie culture, our faces have never been under greater scrutiny than they are today. We all look at hundreds of faces every day, and we all get huge amounts of information from them much more than we realise. In Your Face runs until 30 October 2016.
Photography John Angerson
More information National Media Museum
Design - B&W Studio
David Cameron - Times Magazine.
In the run up to the European referendum Prime Minister David Cameron MP undertook a campaign for the UK to remain in the EU. Photographed here on the 12.47 departure from Southampton Airport Parkway to London Waterloo.
English Journey - Vortigern Gallery.
English Journey Exhibition will be shown at the Vortigern Gallery in Margate, Kent from 9th April through May 8th 2016.
Peter Capaldi for the Big Issue magazine.
Depart - Tower Hamlets Park.
Depart is Circa production 16 - 26 June 9.00pm Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park. Haunting sights and sounds will seduce you down a path punctuated by unexpected encounters as you weave through the space between life and death in this East End cemetery.
Bride waits on the concourse at Kings Cross Train Station, London. 18.48hrs January 29th 2016.
Photograph: John Angerson