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Skegness resort inspires writer’s first novel

Skegness has helped inspire the debut novel of a comedy writer who has provided material for the likes of Michael McIntyre and Stephen Fry.

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The story involves Batman working with other people - for a change

REVIEW: The Lego Batman Movie

“I have seen you go through similar phases in 2016 and 2012 and 2008 and 2005 and 1997 and 1995 and 1992 and 1989 and that weird one in 1966...”

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: Roots, British Academy Film Awards, The Jump

Columnist James Waller-Davies gives his view of some of the recent events on television...

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Jurassic's boiler and firebox are lowered gently into the frames in Skegness on return from the North Norfolk Railway's workshops. Picture: Dave Enefer, LCLR.

£43k train restoration steaming ahead

A £43,000 project to return a vintage train to operation in Skegness is on track, with a major part now complete.

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VIDEO: Hopes restored lifeboat will stay in Lincolnshire

A man who has spent almost two decades lovingly restoring Skegness’ first motor lifeboat is hoping to find a new home, preferably somewhere in the county, to take care of her.

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: The Moorside, The Good Karma Hospital

Columnist James Waller-Davies gives his view of some of the recent events on television...

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Will you be getting involved in the Layers of History project?

New £600k heritage initiative aims to help people discover more about Lincolnshire

A £600,000 project aiming to help people discover more about Lincolnshire’s historic landscapes has launched.

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REVEALED: Netflix codes to unlock full film and TV show list

REVEALED: Netflix codes to unlock full film and TV show list

It’s the most popular entertainment streaming service in the world and has revolutionised how we consume films and television shows.

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: British History’s Biggest Fibs with Lucy Worsley, Brexit Bill Debate, This Week

Columnist James Waller-Davies gives his view of some of the recent events on television.

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James Waller-Davies

TV REVIEW: National Television Awards, Film 2017, Winterwatch

The National Television Awards (ITV), otherwise known as the Ant and Dec awards show, was held this week.

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Restoration work at Heckington Mill. Picture: Kevin Bourne courtesy of Heckington Windmill Trust.

Update on Heckington Windmill’s £1.8m as volunteers celebrate over 50 per cent of restoration project complete

A preview event has been held to showcase the work done so far on a £1.8 million restoration project at Heckington’s iconic eight-sails windmill.

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: Sherlock, How To Diet Well, Common Sense

Columnist James Waller-Davies gives his view of some of the recent events on television.

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Full Sky TV service  to be available without satellite dish for first time

Full Sky TV service to be available without satellite dish for first time

Pay-TV giant Sky is to make its full service of 270 channels available without the need for a satellite dish for the first time, as it looks to win back customers who have defected to rivals such as BT.

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The Apprentice - have you got what it takes? YPN-161218-114955060

Applicants wanted for The Apprentice

Think you could be the next Richard Branson or Bill Gates? The Apprentice is now looking for entrepreneurs to win Sir Alan Sugar’s next big investment.

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Assassin's Creed.

FILM REVIEW: Assassin’s Creed

Why so serious Michael?

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WATCH: From twerking builders to Scottish football fans: 10 most complained-about adverts in 2016

The Advertising Standards Authority has released the 10 most complained-about adverts from last year.

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A Monster Calls

FILM REVIEW: A Monster Calls (12A)

Cinema ticket? Check. Popcorn? Check. Tissues? Check! writes reviewer Mikey Clarke.

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMNS: Sherlock, Endeavour, Silent Witness, Midsomer Murders, Death In Paradise, A Spy In The Wild, Common Sense

Judging by the explosion of detective dramas for the new year, January has to be the most dangerous month on television for being murdered in a variety of ingenious ways.

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Hit '90s TV show Crystal Maze, famously hosted by Richard O'Brien, is coming back

Start the fans please! Crystal Maze set to return to our screens

Big news in the TV world this morning as Channel 4 has announced that hit ‘90s show Crystal Maze is coming back to our screens.

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: ‘Pretty poor pickings’ compared the ghost of Christmas past

Columnist James Waller-Davies gives his view of some of the recent events on television.

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