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RESIDENTS have been urged to attend an exhibition this afternoon about hundreds of new homes on the outskirts of Oxford which councillors say was badly advertised.
Sputnik International
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Cotswold Journal
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ARTISTS who have experienced the anguish of homelessness will showcase their best work in Worcester Cathedral at the first exhibition of its kind for the city.
BBC News 24
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Brixton Road has flooded northbound at Ferndale Road. In Kensington, a pipe's burst on Exhibition Road. It's closed between Kensington Gore and Cromwell Road. And in Notting Hill, after a fire at a building on Colville Road, it's closed between Colville Terrace and Westbourne Grove. Let's take a look at the weather now. Here's Elizabeth Rizzini. Good morning. Once again it's a very quiet day of weather across the capital.
BBC News 24
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In Kensington, a pipe's burst on Exhibition Road/ -- and it's closed between Kensington Gore and Cromwell Road. Let's take a look at the weather now. Here's Elizabeth Rizzini. Good morning. Again it's a very quiet day of weather across the capital. Time to play spot the difference with yesterday. Not a lot to tell the days apart. Starting with -4, minus five degrees in rural spots.
The Bolton News
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Autocar
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So off theses places went, knocked to the ground. The Tricorn Centre in Portsmouth; that car park in Gateshead off of Get Carter. Walk along London’s South Bank today, though, and the Hayward Gallery in particular, and the South Bank Centre in general, look terrific. Did they have a naff phase? If they did, they have come out the other side of it, thanks to the patience of those who’ve looked after them. Perhaps it’s because they’re arts centres anyway and that those in charge can resist the temptation – and there once was a plan to cover the whole lot in glass – to dilute the initial brilliance and have instead nurtured the buildings well. That’s not to say everyone in Portsmouth didnt appreciate the Tricorn, whose bigger problem was the way it was used and maintained. Portsmouth City Museum even had an exhibition on it. Sadly, 10 years later it was demolished.
BBC One West
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Gloucester Cathedral representatives say this incident was fundamentally different from the one in Glasgow. The exhibition intended, they say, to start conversations about faith - although they admit the online video lacked any context and they'll learn lessons for next time. Tonight a Digital Marketing expert who specialises in how the internet affects faith organisations has said Gloucester Cathedral shouldn't have taken the post down.
BBC One West
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Andrew Plant reports. READS TRADITIONAL PRAYER Filmed on a mobile phone, a traditional Muslim prayer read by a local Imam, which was then posted online. The video attracted some criticism, much of it offensive, and the cathedral removed the entire post from its Facebook page. The prayer wasn't part of a service, but was read as part of the cathedral's exhibition launch, which also including drumming, Hindu dancing and a pagan rock band.
BBC One West
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That's Newsnight with Emily in Washington. Good evening from BBC Points West. Our headlines tonight: Putting religious tolerance to the test. Gloucester Cathedral hosts a Muslim ceremony but there's been criticism. It certainly didn't deserve the comments that people were making and often from far away, who hadn't experienced anything of the exhibition or even Gloucester itself.
BBC One West Midlands
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A traditional Muslim prayer, filmed inside Gloucester Cathedral's Chapter House on Saturday. No one complained until it was posted on Facebook. It was all about promoting tolerance as part of a faith exhibition, but the context was lost on some.
BBC One West Midlands
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The Dean of Gloucester Cathedral has defended his decision to remove a video from social media, which showed a Muslim prayer being read in the Chapter House. The film, which featured a local Imam, had been posted on the Cathedral's Facebook page as part of a new exhibition celebrating the city's different faiths, but it attracted fierce criticism. Ben Godfrey reports.
The Huffington Post
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Dear Congresswoman Blackburn, Thank you for your service to Tennessee, the beloved state I have called home for the last 11 years. I truly appreciate and am grateful to you for your service, and I admire your dedication to public service. I was born and raised in a small town in the bootheel of Missouri. Our trips to the big city of Memphis every Christmas to Goldsmith's department store to visit Santa Claus was a major highlight of my year. I grew up going to Kentucky Lake where it meets the Tennessee River. From a young age, I dreamed of playing the Ryman someday and have had the good fortune of doing so many times. And I have deep affection and respect for the many wonderful artists who come from here. Like so many folks of my generation, I was raised at a time when video games and cable TV did not exist. Our entertainment consisted of a bicycle and nature, and my imagination grew monumentally because of my parents' belief that there is no more beautiful exhibition of God's handiwork than nature itself.
KyivPost
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This art exhibition celebrates the life of one of the most famous and mysterious artists of the Northern RenaissanceDutch painter Hieronymus Bosch. At the exhibition, a copy of one of Bosch’s most famous works, “The Temptation of St. Anthony” from the 16th century will be on display, along with a collection of various prints by other 16th-18th century artists influenced by Bosch. “The Temptations of Hieronymus Bosch” (art exhibition). Jan. 20March 6. Wed-Sun 10:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Bohdan and Varvara Khanenko Museum of Arts (15-17 Tereshchinkivska St.). Hr 20 Christmas festival Ukraine has plenty of winter holidays, which last until the end of January. So it should come as no surprise that St. Michael’s Monastery is holding a Christmas festival on Jan. 21. Apart from a celebratory church service, there will also be Christmas literary readings and a folk fair, where visitors can learn a new ethnic art skill or buy traditional souvenirs.
BBC One West
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The Facebook post has gone, scrubbed off the Internet but the exhibition is running for another five weeks and is free to the public. Back to you. Andrew, thank you very much. West Country businesses are being urged to embrace the uncertainty thrown up by Brexit. Business West, which represents thousands of local firms, overseas holidays are more expensive and as a result, people will holiday in the UK, which is good for us, the staycation phenomenon will continue so it is good for the caravanning sector.
BBC One West
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Taking it down was merely practical. What we haven't taken that is this wonderful exhibition. Tell us a bit about that, outlined it for us. It is running for five weeks and it is about meeting it for us. It is running for five much indeed.
BBC One West
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Do you think there was anything wrong with the Facebook post? It was a statement of fact of what went day on -- on in a day of education and Dale faith sharing. Not a day of Christian worship in the cathedral, it was out here in the cloisters, so nothing wrong with that, that was the purpose of the exhibition and its launch, but sadly too many of the comments are generated were so negative that I really couldn't have those on our Cathedral Facebook page and it had to come down.
BBC One West Midlands
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It does come to a point where I'm not there to provide a full room for other peoples comments. This is our canvas. Thank you very much indeed. Although that post has been taking down now, the exhibition is on at Gloucester Cathedral for another weeks.
BBC One West Midlands
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People go away and pressed and interested. One of the problems is how much time do you get to actually explain? This something wrong with having an Islamic prayer read here rather than just moderating the comments? Some people might think that. This whole exhibition is about different faiths in a place of fees and that prayer was not during a Christian service. It was in the Chapter House and that's a place of learning and discovery. We are confident that was the right thing to do.
BBC One West Midlands
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What could have been done differently with that post? More context to render the deal? That was the problem. That kind of social media doesn't allow for the proper explanation and for those who were here, it was a fantastic event and for those who have been coming in great number to see the exhibition.
BBC One West
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The exhibition, they say, intended to start conversations about faith - although they admit the online video lacked any context and say they'll learn lessons for next time. We have got with us Stephen Lake, the Dean of Gloucester.