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Hauser: Mozart's 21st Piano Concerto

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On This Day in History: 1961, Ham Becomes the First Chimpanzee to go Into Space

The Great (pile of sumptuous tosh)

Trump's Lawyers Quit Before Senate Trial

300 "Fans" Attack Football Training Centre in France, Causing Cancellation of Marseille v Rennes Match

More Pro Navalny Protests in Russia

Thought for the Day MDCXXI

On This Day in History: 1969, Beatles Stage Rooftop Concert

On This Day in History: 1972, Bloody Sunday in Derry/Londonderry

On This Day in History: 1649, Charles I is Executed

On This Day in History: 1933, Hitler Becomes Chancellor of Germany

Marjorie Taylor Greene is a Problem and there is an Argument to Say Needs to be Expelled from US Congress

Capitol Officer Brian Sicknick, Killed by Trump Supporting Terrorists, to Lie in State in Capitol Rotunda

The EU and It's Own Goal Over Export Controls

Austrian Man Leaves Bequest in his Will to a Village That Saved Him From the Nazis

Thought for the Day MDCXX

The Beatles: Don't Let Me Down

The Burgin-Allison Discussions: Coronavirus and the United States

On This Day in History: 1856, Establishment of the Victoria Cross

Swayne Refuses to Back Down on Covid Comments

Boris Johnson - "Independence Debate Irrelevant to Most Scots"

Senior Republicans Continuing to Court Donald Trump

Thought for the Day MDCXIX

Actors Who Nearly Got to be Bond Villains (and Those Who Could Have Been)

On This Day in History: 1986, Space Shuttle Challenger Explodes

On This Day in History: 1754, Horace Walpole Coins the Word "Serendipity"

On Sir Desmond Swayne's Anti Covid Vaccine Campaign

I Agree With Nicola Sturgeon. Johnson's Trip to Scotland is Not Essential

John Kerry: The Stakes Couldn't be Any Higher (On Climate Change)

US Terror Alert Regarding Internal Terrorism

Gunman Who Killed Walter Lübcke, Given Life Sentence

European Union and AstraZeneca Look at Resolving Supply Crisis

WHO Probe Team Leave Wuhan, China, After Being in Quarantine

Australia: Queensland and South Australia to Reopen Their Borders

Thought for the Day MDCXVIII

John Williams: Schindler's List Theme

On This Day in History: 1820, Discovery of the Antarctic Continent

On This Day in History: 1945, The Liberation of Auschwitz Concentration Camp

100,000 Dead in UK From Covid and the Need for Responsibility

Biden and Putin have a "Frank" Discussion

Justice and the Terrorism That Took Place at Capitol Hill

Covid Curfew in the Netherlands to Continue

Thought for the Day MDCXVII

David Arnold: The Game is On

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On This Day in History: 945, Byzantine Emperor Constantine VII Overthrows his Co-Emperors and Forces Them to Become Monks

On This Day in History: 1788, Start of First Permanent Settlement in Australia

The Horrors Around Australia Day 2021

Impeachment Articles Against Donald Trump Delivered to the Senate

Further Anti-Covid Curfew Riots in the Netherlands

Italian PM to Resign

Germany, Brexit Britain, and Biden

Putin Denies Palace in Navalny Video is His

Thought for the Day MDCXVI

On This Day in History: 1924, Opening of the First Winter Olympics

On This Day in History: 1791, The Old Province of Quebec Split into Upper Canada and Lower Canada

White House Say Trump Administration's Covid Vaccine Rollout Was "Chaotic"

Protests in the Netherlands Against Curfew Laws Over Covid

Ugandan Court Orders Release of Bobi Wine

Thought for the Day MDCXV

Queen: I Was Born To Love You

On This Day in History: 1536, Henry VIII Injured in a Jousting Tournament

On This Day in History: 1990, Japan Sends a Probe to the Moon

First Community Case of Covid in New Zealand in Months

The Special Relationship

France and Algeria. Coming to Terms With the Past

Thousands Arrested in Pro Navalny Protests in Russia

Thought for the Day MDCXIV

Queen: Innuendo

On This Day in History: 1570, Earl of Moray Becomes The First Head of Government to be Assassinated by Firearm

Party in Beauchamp Road, Knightsbridge, Involving 200 People, Broken Up by Police Who Were Injured

President Biden Apologises Over Members of the National Guard Sleeping in Car Park

British Trading Problems with the Irish Republic and Northern Ireland

Concerns Over Delays to Access Across European Union for Vaccine

Protests Across Russia. Dozens of People Detained

Thought for the Day MDCXIII

Paul McCartney: Deep Deep Feeling

On the Delay of No Time to Die

On This Day in History: 1506, The Swiss Guard Arrive at the Vatican

On This Day in History: 1879, The Battle of Rourke's Drift

Police Breakup Wedding Party With 400 People

Governor General of Canada Resigns Over Toxic Bullying Allegations

My First Criticism of the Biden Administration

Republicans Want Delay Until February for Trump Impeachment

Dairy Sow Found

Germany Under Pressure to Halt Russian Gas Pipeline

Thought for the Day MDCXII

James Brown: Living in America

On This Day in History: 1919, Meeting of the First Dail

The EU's Diplomatic Status in the UK, or Lack of

Charles Curtis's Home

A Moment for Vice President Harris

Biden Starts Reversing Trump's Policies

Thought for the Day MDCXI

Judy Collins: Amazing Grace

Biden Inauguration Day

On This Day in History: 2009, Barack Obama Becomes the First African American US President

On This Day in History: 1937, First US Presidential Inauguration in January

On This Day in History: 1265, First Meeting of Parliament Involving Non Peers

The Conservatives and Cuts, Cuts, and More Cuts

A Start of a New Era for America

Italian Prime Minister Survives Senate Vote

Thought for the Day MDCX