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30 years after playing Robin Hood, Sean Connery's son is returning to TV as a contestant on Celebrity Masterchef Jason Connery returns to our screens with an apron, not bow and arrow In the 1980s he became a heart-throb starring in Robin of Sherwood
MailTribune.com for the Mail Tribune In the Robin Hood stories we all know, Robin is a nobleman, Robin of Locksley, who has retreated to the forest to become a sort of proto-Marxist who relieves rich evil-doers of their purses and distributes the
Historian Sean McGlynn believes the legendary figure was actually William of Kensham Robin Hood did not rob from the rich to feed the poor in Sherwood Forest, he was a freedom fighter attacking French invaders in Kent, a historian has claimed. The
Since then, local residents have flocked to the page to discuss whether the unusual figure looks like Robin Hood's trusted companion or other figures such as former Prime Minister Winston Churchill. But it's likeness to Friar Tuck and the forest's
The Olympic flame visits Robin Hood country and will be carried on ice by Olympians Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean on day 41 of the relay. The torch is travelling 100 miles from Lincoln to Nottingham on Thursday, ending with an evening
12 June 2012 He is amongst the ultimate figures of folklore, and Robin Hood is well known for having robbed from the rich to give generously to the poor. But only the very wealthiest will be able to afford the sprawling estate where the legendary
Hickman takes the opposite approach in reworking the legend of Robin Hood into a more realistic saga, but it mostly works outdoors in Schiller Forest... er, Schiller Park. Actors' Theatre's well-cast, well-paced world premiere launches its 31st
News in pictures On Facebook From the blogs I have tried to explain on many occasions* why the Liberal Democrat policy of raising the income tax... While efforts to tackle climate change bring a host of major challenges, there are opportunities too.
Richard Carpenter, creator of Catweazle, dies aged 78 Carpenter worked as an actor in the 1960s, in shows including Z Cars and Dixon of Dock Green Richard 'Kip' Carpenter, the creator of cult children's TV series Catweazle, has died at the age of 78.
George Mikes A short while ago, my daughter, Judy, who is between seven and eight years of age, began to show signs of great nervousness. She would refuse to be left alone in her room; she was afraid of the dark; she would wake up two or three times