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JANE FRYER on how Milne's Pooh went from fierce to cute

jane fryer on how milne's pooh went from fierce to cute
Jane Fryer explores how AA Milne's honey-guzzling bear went from angular, grumpy and fearsome to cuddly, as explained in new book The Art of Winnie-the-Pooh by James Campbell.
MailOnline

Victoria and Albert museum to host Winnie-the-Pooh

victoria and albert museum to host winnie-the-pooh
The Victoria and Albert Museum in west London will host the exhibition which includes original drawings and a rare 1929 recording of creator AA Milne reading one his stories.
MailOnline

Videos for "Winnie The Pooh"

News video: Margot Robbie, Domhnall Gleeson In 'Goodbye Christopher Robin' Trailer 1

Margot Robbie, Domhnall Gleeson In 'Goodbye Christopher Robin' Trailer 1 02:37

A behind-the-scenes look at the life of author A.A. Milne and the creation of the Winnie the Pooh stories inspired by his son C.R. Milne. Starring Margot Robbie, Domhnall Gleeson, Kelly MacDonald and..
Source: celebritywire -

News video: Disney Casts Piglet For Live-Action Christopher Robin Movie

Disney Casts Piglet For Live-Action Christopher Robin Movie 00:41

Perhaps the most lovable member of the 100-Acre Wood is the jittery Piglet, and the fan favorite role has now been cast for live-action. In Disney's upcoming Christopher Robin, Piglet will be played by..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: Christopher Robin Movie Finds Its Piglet

Christopher Robin Movie Finds Its Piglet 00:57

Christopher Robin is continuing to collect his toys thanks to Disney, who has cast its Piglet in the upcoming adaptation of the popular Winnie the Pooh world created by A.A. Milne. The classic tales of..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: This Man Might Love Honey More Than Winnie The Pooh

This Man Might Love Honey More Than Winnie The Pooh 01:11

* by Jeff Donlan* Ayhan Azak broke a new record on Monday by eating almost 5 pounds of honey in just three minutes at the second annual Honey Festival.Held in the Turkish province of Antalya, the..
Source: Vocativ -

News video: Winnie The Pooh Movie Christopher Robin Adds Brad Garrett

Winnie The Pooh Movie Christopher Robin Adds Brad Garrett 00:34

Everyone's favorite walking frown Eeyore is coming to live-action, and now Disney has officially cast an actor in the beloved role. The talented and Emmy award winner Brad Garrett will lend his voice..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

 

Inspiration for Winnie the Pooh revealed

inspiration for winnie the pooh revealed
The teddy the illustrations of Winnie the Pooh were based on revealed to be Growler
BBC News

V&A is to host huge Winnie-the-Pooh exhibition

v&a is to host huge winnie-the-pooh exhibition
The Victoria and Albert Museum in west London will host the exhibition which includes original drawings and a rare 1929 recording of creator AA Milne reading one his stories.
MailOnline

Hayley Atwell joins Disney's Winnie The Pooh live-action film


ContactMusic

MP joins call for China to end its ban on Pooh

THE Chinese ban on Winnie the Pooh runs contrary to the whole ideology of the childhood character, says the daughter of the man who helped re- establish Sussex’s link with the beloved bear.
The Argus

Sussex MP calls on China to reconsider ban of Winnie the Pooh

A reversal of a ban on Chinese social media of one of Sussex’s most famous residents, Winnie the Pooh, has been called for by an MP.
Crawley Observer Also reported by •Sussex Express

Winnie the Pooh falls foul of Chinese censors

Winnie the Pooh briefly became a taboo character on Chinese social media this week. Josh Noble discusses what was behind this latest example of internet censorship in China with the FT's Yuan Yang in..
FT.com

China bans Winnie the Pooh on social media after comparisons with President Xi Jinping

Upcoming Communist Party congress means even tighter state control of social media is likely, experts say
Independent

'Oh, bother': Chinese censors can't bear Winnie the Pooh

'oh, bother': chinese censors can't bear winnie the pooh
The phrase 'Little Bear Winnie' - Pooh's Chinese name - has apparently been blocked on Chinese social networks. The bear has been used in the past in a meme comparing him to Chinese President Xi.
MailOnline Also reported by •BBC News

'Oh, bother': Chinese censors block Winnie the Pooh over meme comparing him to Xi Jinping 


Telegraph.co.uk

Daily briefing: Brexit round 2, property buoys China GDP, Winnie the Pooh censored

Clashing UK cabinet overshadows divorce talks
FT.com

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