[Liberal Democrat Voice] - By NewsHound | Published 29th January :00 am Prompted by Merthyr councillor Amy Kitcher, wellwishers from all over the borough have come to the aid of Paul Thomas, who was living in a flat in conditions he described as a “living nightmare”.
[The Independent] - Paul Thomas, a media consultant, said: "If I was going to do it, spring is when I would do it." Press freedom has greatly diminished this year because of the impact of "archaic" libel laws, the policing of the London riots and the Leveson inquiry
[This is Somerset] - The new radio equipment was bought with funding from a community grant secured through Chard police beat manager PC Paul Thomas. Pastors co-ordinator Nat Thomson said: “This is a massive help to us because the signal for mobile phones isn't that great
[The Guardian] - Now in its 33rd year, Sundance remains America's largest independent film showcase, credited with launching the careers of a range of film-makers, including Steven Soderbergh, Paul Thomas Anderson and Quentin Tarantino. At times, however, the event has
[Radio Today] - Producer Paul Thomas is leaving BBC Radio 1 after more than 10 years to oversee output for independent production company Folded Wing and manage its digital projects. Paul won the BBC's Best Technical Sound of Award for his documentary on the
[Nouse] - The Master sees the return of Paul Thomas Anderson after 2007's incredible There Will Be Blood. Set in the 1950's, the always-brilliant Phillip Seymour Hoffman stars as Lancaster Dodd, a charismatic intellectual who invents a religion called 'The