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Howard has written on music for the Independent, Songlines, The Word and other publications. He is also a musician and has just completed his first novel, Etc Etc Amen.

Articles By Howard Male

Top of the Pops: The Story of 1976, BBC Four

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Watcha Clan, Rich Mix

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Benda Bilili!

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CD: Tulipa - Efêmera

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Great British Food Revival, BBC Two

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Deolinda, Jazz Café

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The Model Agency, Channel 4

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CD: Iness Mezel - Beyond the Trance

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Outcasts, BBC One

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The Creole Choir of Cuba, Barbican

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Marchlands, ITV1

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CD: Mama Rosin - Black Robert

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Being Human, BBC Three

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The Godmother of Rock'n'Roll, BBC Four

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Cheikh Lo, The Scala

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theartsdesk Christmas Message

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