KATE Middleton was worried for Prince Harry when she learned about Meghan Markle's bizarre relationship with her family, it has been claimed. Kate Middleton, 39, is understood to have expressed concerns to Harry after he brought Meghan to stay with them at their Norfolk home Amner Hall for Christmas in 2017 shortly after they announced their engagement. Speaking to The Sun , Ingrid Seward, editor in chief of Majesty Magazine, claimed: 'She could not understand why Harry had never met his future father-in-law, nor why Meghan, who Harry assured was The One and "ticked all his boxes", appeared embarrassed about her family and unwilling to speak about them apart from her mother. " Read our live blog below for the very latest updates on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry... Alice Peacock 6 minutes ago HARRY LIKELY REGRETFUL AND EMBARRASSED OVER INTERVIEW - BIOGRAPHER Prince Harry is likely feeling "regretful and embarrassed" following his tell-all … [Read more...] about Meghan Markle latest – Kate Middleton ‘feared for Harry over Duchess’ bizarre relationship with dad Thomas and siblings’
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Music students to Germany from abroad should be familiar with composers such as Bach, Mozart, Beethoven and Stockhausen. However, knowing modern Nigerian composers like Joshua Uzoigwe and Fela Sowande or the 16th-century Indian court musician Tansen is neither expected nor is their music taught in German music colleges. "For the entrance exams, you have to be familiar with Western European music; you can't apply as a specialist in African drum rhythms," Julia Gerlach from Berlin's Akademie der Künste cultural institute told Deutsche Welle. Watch video 04:13 Share Berlin, city of music, goes online Send Facebook Twitter reddit EMail Facebook Messenger Web Whatsapp Web Telegram linkedin Permalink https://p.dw.com/p/3rXHj Berlin, city of music, goes online Oxford plans to change curriculum The University of Oxford has recognized the lack of diversity in its curriculum. Recently, Britain's The Sunday … [Read more...] about Is classical music colonialist?
While it sounds like the stuff of science fiction, a cancer treatment in which a patient’s own cells are engineered to hunt down and wipe out their disease — and then linger in the body to stop the cancer returning — is helping to save patients’ lives. The results of the treatment, known as CAR T-cell therapy, have been astonishing. Patients who had exhausted all other options and been told they had just months to live have gone into remission. Others have even been cured by the one-off dose. In trials, all signs of cancer disappeared in more than 80 per cent of patients with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia — the most common cancer in children — after receiving CAR T-cells. Success stories include Emily Whitehead, now 16, who in 2012 became the first child in the world to take part in a CAR T-cell trial. CAR T-cell therapy (or chimeric antigen receptor T-cell therapy) is a form of immunotherapy, using the power of a patient’s immune system to fight the disease … [Read more...] about Stunning therapy lands knock-out blow to cancer by training immune cells to seek and destroy deadly threats in trials
So far, 2021 has been the year of Russian intelligence, with four spectacular operations exposed in the last four months. In Berlin, Jens F., an electrician with a Stasi past, was caught selling Bundestag construction plans to secret service agents at the Russian Embassy. In Bulgaria, a Russian spy ring was uncovered around the ex-military intelligence officer Ivan Iliev. In Italy, a frigate captain named Walter Biot was found to be selling military information. And in the Czech Republic, the Interior Ministry identified officers of the Russian military intelligence agency GRU as the perpetrators of two explosions at an ammunition depot in Vrbetice in 2014 . These were the same men who allegedly poisoned Bulgarian arms dealer Emilian Gebrev in 2015, as well as former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter with the Soviet-era nerve agent Novichok in 2018. The Bulgarian Prosecutor General's Office has also linked the GRU with four other instances of sabotage at … [Read more...] about Analysis: Russia’s secret services betray their weakness
THE BBC's Small Axe leads the way at the 2021 Bafta TV Awards with a massive 15 nominations. The gritty Steve McQueen drama is closely followed by Netflix's The Crown who has 10 nods, and Sex Education who has been nominated in six categories. What are the Bafta TV Award nominations 2021? Drama Series Gangs Of London - Gareth Evans, Matt Flannery, Thomas Benski, Jane Featherstone, Lucas Ochoa, Hugh Warren - Pulse Films, Sister/Sky Atlantic I Hate Suzie - Lucy Prebble, Billie Piper , Andrea Dewsbery, Julie Gardner, Georgi Banks-Davies, Anthony Neilson - Bad Wolf/Sky Atlantic Save Me Too - Simon Heath, Jessica Sykes, Lennie James, Lizzie Rusbridger, Coky Giedroyc, Jim Loach - World Productions/Sky Atlantic The Crown - Peter Morgan, Suzanne Mackie, Michael Casey, Oona O’beirn, Andy Stebbing, Martin Harrison - Left Bank Pictures In Association With Sony Pictures Television/Netflix Leading Actor John Boyega Small Axe - Turbine Studios, Lammas Park /BBC … [Read more...] about Bafta TV Award nominations 2021: Full list revealed including Small Axe, The Crown and Eastenders