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Barney Harsent

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Writer, editor, and author of Music Top 10s (Bounty), Barney is a music and television fanatic. He also hosts a radio show on boxfrequency.fm, and is a surprisingly capable barman.

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Masculinities: Liberation through Photography, Barbican revi...

The exhibition starts on the Barbican’s lift doors, which are emblazoned with photographs...

Alexei Sayle, Oxford Playhouse review - return of the politi...

It has been seven years since Alexei Sayle last toured – radio shows and books detaining him elsewhere – but he's back with a bang. As he walks on...

DVD/Blu-ray: The Winslow Boy

Though set in a handsomely-realised 1912, many of The Winslow Boy’s period details seem disconcertingly contemporary, from aggressive...

Panikos Panayi: Migrant City review – the capital of the wor...

Some menus never change. In 1910, the Loyal British Waiters Society came into being, prompted by “xenophobic resentment at the dominance of...

Patricia Grace: Potiki review – a searching examination of h...

With the publication of her first work, Waiariki (1975), Patricia Grace became the author of the first ever collection of short stories...

Reissue CDs Weekly: Bona Rays

For record buyers, Bona Rays left limited evidence for their existence. One single was issued by the aptly named Mystery Records in 1981. Pressed...

CD: Grimes - Miss Anthropocene

Grimes is hilarious. For all the grandiose conceptualism, apocalyptic visions, high tech sonic manipulation, outré costumes, modish witchery,...

Aimard, Gürzenich-Orchester Köln, Roth, RFH review - Beethov...

In Beethoven anniversary year, there are three ways to...

Hunters, Amazon Prime review - bringing God's justice t...

Apparently network executives initially reacted with alarm to the premise of Hunters,...

Supergrass, Barrowland, Glasgow review - nostalgic reunion p...

As Gaz Coombes noted around the halfway point of Supergrass’s Barrowland set “the last time we were here it was to say goodbye”. That was a decade...