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17:10

Opinion

Change the record

Peter Edgerton

The town of Torrijos, with a population of 13,466, lies about twenty minutes' drive to the north of the city of Toledo in Castilla-La Mancha. Were you ever to pass by, you might be struck by its vivid urban art work or, indeed, the magnificent Pala

19:18

Opinion

Appy days are 'ere again

Peter Edgerton

Shazam is an app that allows its users to discover the name of a song that's being played and who it's by. On a practical level (at least in The Shakespeare) this process usually involves somebody holding their phone ridiculously close to a speaker -

16:07

Sport

Crackpots

Rob Palmer

...were pawned off in an effort to reduce the wage bill by 40 per cent; Rodrigo headed for Leeds and Ferrán Torres joined Manchester City as the club raised 60 million euros. Valencia is a shambles. Billionaire Peter Lim runs the club from his empire in

16:02

Opinion

What a noise, some people

Peter Edgerton

It's good to do ridiculous things sometimes. Perhaps not with the frequency and panache with which I seem to manage them, but good nonetheless. After all, laughing at the folly of our own existence can only be good for the soul in the long run. Yes

13:48

Opinion

Sneezy like a Monday morning

Peter Edgerton

Just when you think you've seen it all, you find yourself witnessing something so outlandishly baffling that you're obliged to do a cartoon comedy double take, rub your eyes in disbelief and then smack yourself about the head for half an hour just to

15:40

Opinion

Mistake 'n pride entity

Peter Edgerton

Sometimes I fantasise about bringing together all the professionals I know who take a pride in their work and who are, consequently, quite excellent at it, and forming a crack team in order to plan something quite absurd... like an expedition to Timb

22:15

Opinion

Lead 'em and weep

Peter Edgerton

On the outskirts of Valladolid, a medieval Spanish city up in the north west of the country there's a street called - rather magnificently - Calle Me Falta Un Tornillo ('I'm Missing A Screw Street'). What makes this funny is the fact that it's where

17:50

Opinion

Clothes encounters of the worst kind

Peter Edgerton

Zikes! It's that time again. It happens once every couple of years and brings me out in a cold sweat at the very thought but it can, I'm afraid, be put off no longer. I need to buy some new clothes. Things came to a head this week as I rifled through

14:51

Opinion

Swimming against the tidy

Peter Edgerton

...marked 'Peter's Dignity' at some point but, mercifully, nothing of the sort occurred. Necklaces, bracelets, scarves and skirts abounded but that's enough about the blokes' stuff, this is an equal opportunities article. At one point, I came across a

13:53

Opinion

I got you over my skin

Peter Edgerton

A frozen wind whips in off the wild Atlantic and cuts through the historic granite streets of Aberdeen, and one thirty-five-year-old resident of the town decides that this would be the perfect time to pop a light jacket on and head down to her local