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Samuel Brothers

Sam Brothers is a young singer-songwriter and performer, based in Canterbury, in the South of England. Although he is rooted in the raw traditions of the travelling Troubadour, he reflects the ever-changing world we live in through the wide eyes of his generation. With the face of an innocent, the voice of a fallen angel and with a deep knowledge far beyond his years, he offers a genuine and meaningful alternative to the pre-packaged, over-processed, trivia-twittering wannabees that dominate the airwaves and flood our screens, daily reducing music to fast food in a world screaming out for home cooking.
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Winner: Berlin Silver Bear for Outstanding Artistic Contribution 2023
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Dr Joel Merriner is an Associate Lecturer in Art History at the University of Plymouth, where he teaches modules on art historical methodologies and the history of book illustration.
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The inspirational true story of Mercedes Gleitze, who in 1927 became the first British woman to swim the English Channel.

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