Etichetta: readers

Ordinare: Data | Titolo | Visualizzazioni | | A caso Ordine crescente
Visualizzazione:

I lettori rispondono: why are Tories pulled to the right by breakaway parties, but Labour is pulled to the centre?

1 Visualizzazioni0 Commenti

Why are the Tories pulled to the right by fringe parties, but Labour are pulled to the centre? Barry Kington, Worcester Send new questions to nq@theguardian.com. “The centre is where the votes are,” apparently. Evide...

‘We get married in spring!’ Readers’ favourite memories of office life

2 Visualizzazioni0 Commenti

Among memories of bake sales, lunchtime walks in salubrious surroundings and debating with colleagues the optimum technique for making a cup of tea, my fondest memory of the office shall always be striking up a friend...

‘Exquisite views and total exhilaration’: readers’ favourite running routes

1 Visualizzazioni0 Commenti

I love running in Ghent. It is completely flat, so encouraging for beginners and people aiming for personal bests. There is a rowing lake with a 5km track around the outside called Watersportsbaan. This connects with ...

‘Her lust for adventure was honey for me’: readers’ favourite travel books

26 Visualizzazioni0 Commenti

Fabled Shore is Rose Macaulay’s account of her journey in 1949, alone and by car, round the coast of Iberia from Catalonia to the Algarve. She found dire poverty and the Spain she describes, still reeling from civil w...

‘It was the day of my husband’s funeral’: readers remember 20 Maggio 2020

19 Visualizzazioni0 Commenti

Su 20 Maggio 2020 the UK was two months into its first lockdown, with many isolated and barred from seeing friends and family even in the most difficult circumstances. The news that a “bring your own booze” party was all...

Readers’ ideas for the Queen’s jubilee Platinum Pudding

32 Visualizzazioni0 Commenti

Almost seven decades on from the invention of coronation chicken, members of the public have been invited to suggest a dessert celebrating the Queen’s 70-year reign. Fortnum & Mason has launched a competition for ...

‘It captured our awe and excitement’: readers’ favourite travel snaps

11 Visualizzazioni0 Commenti

On a trip to the Urban Nation Museum in Berlin in 2018 I could not have foreseen the restrictions on travel that were to come. Looking through the photographs, I see that my shot of the staircase of coloured light “to...

‘The ducklings might not survive’: readers’ concerns over early spring

13 Visualizzazioni0 Commenti

I saw this young palmate newt emerging on the evening of 1 gennaio. Newts should be overwintering in leaf and log piles, compost heaps and other suitable refugia from November until late February or early March, when...

Guardian readers nominate their person of the year

22 Visualizzazioni0 Commenti

Guardian readers were asked to offer suggestions of who they would choose as their person of the year. Dozens of names were put forward – from scientists to sports personalities, from healthcare workers to climate act...

‘I was lost in a world of crystal skulls’: readers on the books they got for Christmas

13 Visualizzazioni0 Commenti

What a festive joy it has been to read about the books you remember getting for Christmas – and also to see how many of you, come me, adored Kaye Webb’s I Like This Poem. Whether it was the Rupert annuals received yea...

Aurora boreale, fenicotteri selvatici e aquile reali: vacanze preferite dai lettori di 2021

71 Visualizzazioni0 Commenti

Un facile 12 miglia (19km) pedalare a sud di Valencia ti porta alle spiagge di dune di sabbia di El Saler e alla riserva naturale dell'Albufera. Ho soggiornato due notti all'hotel Parador de El Saler, che si affaccia sul Mediterraneo...

‘Wholly irresponsible’: Readers’ views on UK Omicron response

43 Visualizzazioni0 Commenti

The UK government has decided it will not yet impose new restrictions in England to curb the spread of Omicron before Christmas, despite warnings from scientists that waiting until the new year will “almost certainly ...

‘It makes me cry with laughter!': readers recommend 15 fabulous Christmas films

28 Visualizzazioni0 Commenti

The original Ebenezer is, ovviamente, Alastair Sim. Ideally, I like to watch this on an old videotape with the early 1980s BBC logo and announcer before the film starts. Every Christmas, we would watch Mr Sim transfor...

‘Beautiful, profound, uplifting’: readers’ favourite stage shows of 2021

61 Visualizzazioni0 Commenti

Curve, LeicesterI don’t think I’ve ever seen anything quite like it – it was so captivating I saw it twice. Forced to switch to a streamed version, the theatre changed its entire approach, and instead had the doomed t...

I lettori rispondono: nel 500 years’ time, which current scientific theories will be as discredited as flat Earth theory?

30 Visualizzazioni0 Commenti

Five hundred years or so ago, a significant number of people thought the world was flat. Nel 500 years’ time, which current scientific theories will be relegated to the same level as the flat Earth theory is now? Richa...

‘A fabulous walk and a cheery drink’: readers’ favourite UK Christmas activities

21 Visualizzazioni0 Commenti

Our local Christmas walk is an amble up Arnside Knott, to meet our friends and neighbours, rucksacks laden with bubbly and nibbles. Hopefully someone brings a guitar to add to the cheer. The spectacular views over Mor...

« Precedente