Poetry in motion

JAMES HEARTFIELD journeys through the poetry in motion of logistics FOUR AND a half hours from 85 per cent of Britain is the unsung town of DIRFT. Nobody spells out the acronym, Daventry International Railfreight Terminal, though they might, as explanation expand to DIRFT Logistics Park. Four and a half hours is important because that […]

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I want to be alone

The idea that animals have a ‘right’ to privacy is a trojan horse for even madder ideas, says TIMANDRA HARKNESS YOU MIGHT not think so from some of what passes for ‘factual entertainment’ television, but programme makers do follow some ethical guidelines. Members of the public generally need to give their consent before any footage […]

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