IN ALL his adventures in time and space, the Doctor rarely needs anything as basic as money. However, fans visiting an exhibition about of the Time Lord may be hoping their wallets – like the Tardis – are bigger on the inside.
Admission to the show, opening today at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow, costs up to £9. Accompanying merchandise includes £95 pewter Dalek salt and pepper shakers. Remote-controlled Daleks are available at £50, with Dalek helmets at £40.
Reporting on the conference Capital, Culture and Power in Liverpool, Leo Singer and Clara Paillard find a useful vehicle with which to crash the regeneration party and pose some difficult questions for its hosts
Rebecca Gordon Nesbit
“The referendum on Scottish devolution on September 11th 1997 was a historic moment for our country. But the ‘Yes Yes’ result was not a mandate for politicians, civil servants, local government officers or any other public sector officials to take on extra powers ‘on behalf of the people’.”
Bridget McConnell, 19971
Mr. James Doherty 28/6/08
Culture and Sport Glasgow
Dear Mr. Doherty,
Further to your letter dated 23 June, we take the opportunity to reply herewith. To take your last point first – that “the author has referenced newspapers as reliable and accurate sources of facts, which is a major flaw in a so-called piece of academic writing