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Being Transgender: the hurt and the...

This poem, submitted by Pauline Smith, follows her feature piece: Being Transgender: The Pain...

Are you sitting comfortably?

“Then I will begin” - said Daphne Oxenford on the cult children’s radio programme...

Love Me Do….The Beatles & Roy...

Radcliffe reporter, Pauline Smith, shares treasured memories of seeing the Fab Four perform in...

Young at Heart in Our Place

A poem dedicated to the TAMG news team, penned by reporter Pauline Smith: Special people...

A Special Man

Submitted by Bury reporter, Pauline Smith as a dedication to our TAMG editor, Bob...

Brew Buddies

Lonely and frightened Living alone Scared of abuse just for going outside No telephone calls Lonely and frightened.   Where...

Our Place

Empty damp shiny pavements An old man walking with a newspaper in his hands Clouds darken...

Springtime and Renewal in Our Place

By Pauline Smith, TAMG reporter Green shoots springing up and buds bursting forth daffodils and tulips leaving...

Being Transgender – The Pain and...

Around 1957 I discovered that I was different, as I am what is now...

Manchester reporter: Pauline Smith

Pauline Smith REPORTER PATCH: Manchester Our reporter, Pauline Smith, moved back to Manchester in late 2007 at...