Posts In Category Guardian G2

What to eat on your Holidays

on March 5, 2008 by Chris Arnot in Guardian G2, Comments Off on What to eat on your Holidays

The colourful Hindu festival of Holi heralds the start of spring and the celebrations include some delicious festive snacks. Top chef Vivek Singh shares his favourite recipes with Chris Arnot

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Carry on up the Khyber

on July 11, 2007 by Chris Arnot in Guardian G2, Comments Off on Carry on up the Khyber

Kipling called it ‘a river of life’. Chris Arnot on a unique attempt to capture the spirit of the 1,500 mile-long Grand Trunk Road

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Precious gem

on October 7, 2000 by Chris Arnot in Guardian G2, Comments Off on Precious gem

As ministers from Nato gather in Birmingham, Chris Arnot explores the Jewellery Quarter’s mix of new bars and Georgian architecture.

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Too much too young

on September 13, 2000 by Chris Arnot in Guardian G2, Comments Off on Too much too young

Twenty years ago Coventry was briefly the hottest spot in British pop. As a new musical revisits those high-energy days, Chris Arnot talks to some of the stars of 2-Tone.

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Playing for real

on August 30, 2000 by Chris Arnot in Guardian G2, Comments Off on Playing for real

The portrayal of life on a grim West Yorkshire council estate caused a stir in the play and film Rita, Sue and Bob Too. Nearly 20 years on, preparations for a new play revealed a community still trying to cope with its problems.

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What’s the bard of Barnsley doing in Mexico City?

on August 15, 2000 by Chris Arnot in Guardian G2, Comments Off on What’s the bard of Barnsley doing in Mexico City?

Chris Arnot on the cultural mission of poet Ian McMillan

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Spears of destiny

on May 20, 2000 by Chris Arnot in Guardian G2, Comments Off on Spears of destiny

Chris Arnot visits the one place in England to take full advantage the asparagus season

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Shocking for fun

on November 24, 1999 by Chris Arnot in Guardian G2, Comments Off on Shocking for fun

First came the teddy boys, terrorising the staid society of post-war Britain, then the punks, vampire goths, fetishists and piercers – all making statements by the way they dressed. Now they all get together for parties. Chris Arnot meets the revellers and the man who takes their photographs.

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Flavour of the month

on July 28, 1999 by Chris Arnot in Guardian G2, Comments Off on Flavour of the month

Rustie Lee, the bouncy TV chef with the set-shaking laugh, is back in the limelight after seven long years. But this time there’s not a saucepan in sight. She talks to Chris Arnot

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