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ASH Smyth

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ASH Smyth has written about music and the arts for The Oxford Times, The First Post, The Spectator, Music Teacher, Early Music Today, whatsonstage.com, Guernica, Stop Smiling, and the Sri Lankan Sunday Times. He is the co-author (with Richard Suart) of They'd None of 'Em Be Missed, a potted history of WS Gilbert's "Little List".

Articles By ASH Smyth

The Three Musketeers (3D)

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Snoop Dogg, O2 Arena

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House, Season 8, Sky1

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theartsdesk Q&A: Actor Paul Bettany

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The Debt

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The Good The Bad/ The Cut Outs/ Peter Parker's Rock'n'Roll Club, Madame JoJo's

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Fry's Planet Word, BBC Two

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Mademoiselle Chambon

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Spooks, Series 10, BBC One

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Gary Numan, O2 Shepherds Bush Empire

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Q&A Special: Bass Sir John Tomlinson, Part 2

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Q&A Special: Bass Sir John Tomlinson, Part 1

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Misfits: Vegas Baby!, 4oD

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DVD: A Very British Coup

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The Children of 9/11, Channel 4

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QI, BBC Two

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