Thraves is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Jamie Thraves is a British film writer and director.
James Thraves was an English footballer who played in the Football League for Leicester Fosse and Notts County.
Stephen Thraves is a British children's author. The author of over 200 books, he is the creator of Fetch the Vet, a 26 episode animation for pre-school which aired on ITV between 1999 and 2001. He also wrote eight Famous Five adventure game books based on Enid Blyton's major series, published by Hodder & Stoughton in the 1980s. The first adventure game book of the series, The Wreckers' Tower Game, was published in October 1984.
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Dick, Dicks, or Dick's may refer to:
Lee is a common surname in English-speaking countries.
Gupta is a common surname of Indian origin.
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Matthew Fitt is a Scots poet and novelist. He was born in 1968 in Dundee, Scotland. Previously writer-in-residence at Greater Pollok in Glasgow, he is currently National Scots Language Development Officer.
Nick Adams may refer to:
Norman is both a surname and a given name. The surname has multiple origins including English, Irish, Scottish, German, Norwegian, Ashkenazi Jewish and Jewish American. The given name Norman is mostly of English origin, though in some cases it can be an Anglicised form of a Scottish Gaelic personal name.
Bing often refers to:
"I'd Do It All Again" is the lead single from English singer Corinne Bailey Rae's second album The Sea and her first single in three years.
Fetch the Vet is a British children's television programme created by Gail Penston and Stephen Thraves. 26 episodes were produced by Cosgrove Hall Films, Flextech Television, Itel and London Weekend Television for ITV's children's strand CITV, and it originally aired between 2000 and 2001. The show circulated around Tom Fetch who lived in the countryside working as a vet and was respected by everyone because of his duties to help cure sick or injured animals.
Drennan is a surname of Irish origin and is derived from the Gaelic Ó Draighnáin, meaning "grandson of blackthorn". Variant spellings include Drennen, Drinan, Drinnan, Drinnon, Drynan, and Drennon.
The Cry of the Owl is a 2009 thriller film based on Patricia Highsmith's book of the same name. The American-British-Canadian-French-German co-production was directed by Jamie Thraves and stars Paddy Considine, Julia Stiles, and Karl Pruner. This is the third filming of the book after the 1987 French film adaptation by Claude Chabrol and a German TV adaptation titled Der Schrei der Eule, also dating from 1987.
The Cry of the Owl is a 1962 novel by Patricia Highsmith.
"Two Fingers" is a song by British singer songwriter Jake Bugg. It was released as the fifth single from his self-titled debut album (2012). It was released as a digital download in the United Kingdom on 7 September 2012. The song has peaked to number 28 on the UK Singles Chart. The song premiered on BBC Radio 1 as Zane Lowe's 'Hottest Record In The World' on 3 September 2012.
Randles is a surname which may refer to:
"Negative" is a song by the English alternative rock band Mansun. The song was written by Paul Draper, Dominic Chad, Stove and Andie Rathbone. It was recorded and produced by Paul Draper and Mark 'Spike' Stent during sessions for the group's second studio album. The song was released as the third single in 1998 from the group's second album, Six. Despite being one of the album's more traditional songs the single peaked low at #27 on the UK Singles Chart, breaking the group's run of seven consecutive top twenty singles.
Pryzm is a nightclub located on Upper Parliament Street in Nottingham, England.
Alfred John Thraves FRIBA was an architect based in Nottingham who specialised in cinema design.