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14:58

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Gangland shooting in Marbella

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN malaga

In Essex there was a time when just uttering his name would cause a deathly silence. So feared was Pat Tate, a gangland leader with strong links to the Costa del Sol, that his story ultimately met a violent end. THE FILM Title: ‘Rise of the Footsol

18:17

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Dubbing still reigns in Spanish cinemas

ICÍAR OCHOA DE OLANO

...have been shown - all in English apart from two which were in French - and Murder on the Orient Express proved the most popular: 75 tickets were sold, whereas normally between 80 and 100 would be sold for any full-length film in Spanish on the same day

10:12

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Life, death, love and war

Mark Nayler reading into spain

The greatest books make you envious of those who have not yet read them, those who you know have a great experience still to come. For Whom the Bell Tolls, Ernest Hemingway’s Spanish civil war masterpiece and arguably his best novel, is one such book

15:23

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The dark side of escaping the daily routine

Mark Nayler

By his own admission, the narrator of this brilliant and dark novel is a “c***sucker”. He is at the very bottom of a three-layered hierarchy that constitutes the world of work in Spain: at the top are the “Buddhas”, who barely work but are unsackable

17:34

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Different, but not so gloomy

Mark Naylor

The monument for Laurie Lee on the sea front in Almuñécar is easy to miss. A whitewashed pillar about six feet high, it squats under a palm tree at the end of a line of trendy beach bars. It looks like the chimney of an old Andalusian house - or, as

10:12

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A short-lived revolutionary idyll

Mark Nayler reading into spain

George Orwell was lucky to make it out of Spain alive. By a mad irony only conceivable amidst the paranoia of war, the pro-revolutionary line of the organisation for which he had been fighting - the Partido Obrero de Unificación Marxista (POUM: ‘The

14:17

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Secrets in the blood

SUSANA ZAMORA health

On 10 September 1984 geneticist Alec Jeffreys had arrived early at his laboratory in Leicester. It was just an ordinary Monday like any other until, just after 9am, he had one of those ‘eureka’ moments which have occurred periodically in the history