Christopher Eccleston’s uncle, who died in June, was head of news at the @BelTel in the mid-1990s.
By Julie Philips, Alice Shelton’s biographer.
Online community can be amazing.
A grim and graphic read.
Another great piece by @LyraMcKee, who was killed last night.
Moving article about death in peacetime in Northern Ireland by @LyraMcKee. She was shot dead last night.
Grimly fascinating statistics.
Beautiful. By @Alasdair_CM.
A moving story of how the US foreign service handled the death of one of their team (a former colleague of mine).
Her first TV appearance was as Ping Cho in Doctor Who (Marco Polo, 1964); she returned 45 years later as the registrar in the Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith (2009).
A grim tale.
A good summary.
Tony de Brum: "a sane and courageous human being who has seen the sky turn red and felt the shockwaves of Armageddon, and who has spent a lifetime trying to force the world’s most powerful nations to reverse the course of mutually assured destruction."
Lovely on Brian Aldiss.
Brilliant interview with him from last year.
Extraordinary and sad.
Statistics and maps. Grimly fascinating.
The full truth can hurt. An extraordinary story.
Lovely obituary by former US ambassador @SamanthaJPower.
I had completely missed that she died four years ago. What a shame. #fb
Among many other things, he owned the foundry which has made the Hugo Awards since 1984.