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Miles Caston makes some interesting observations whilst on holiday in Corfu
In this seemingly unsafe world, wouldn't it be refreshing, revitalising and more hopefully, revolutionary, for music to act as a pre-action to the threats of war, terrorism and scandal asked Miles Caston
Miles Caston asks whether contemporary football is all about money
Miles Caston describes the highlights of this year's Isle of Wight festival and suggests a 'greener' way to enjoy music festivals
Miles Caston explores an alternative 'Gap Year' idea for those wanting to differ from the norm. WWOOF lets you contribute to a local community abroad and help the environment through maintaining sustainable ways of living
This year Britain's king of alternative comedy, Billy Connolly, hits 70-years-old. Still alive and kicking. But is the notion of alternative comedy dead asks Miles Caston.
The importance of Henry David Thoreau, the man who told us all we must listen to the world and march to a different drummer, is greater now than the day he died 150 years ago in May 1862, says Miles Caston.
Pop dinosaurs head up Britain's Eurovision challenge and the Olympic jamboree. New seasons of X Factor and Pop Idol are being spawned in some modern marketing womb of entertainment hell. They are destroying Britain's reputation as an alternative music powerhouse, writes Miles Caston.
Miles Caston makes the case that life is better lived off-line