Coronation (foaled 1838) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire. In a career that lasted from August 1840 to September 1841 he ran seven races. He began his career with a run of six successive victories including the 1841 Epsom Derby. He was retired after being narrowly defeated in the St. Leger Stakes at Doncaster. Coronation later had moderate success as a stallion before he was exported to Russia.
Coronation, a "blood" bay horse standing 16 hands high, was bred by his owner, Abraham Rawlinson of Chadlington in Oxfordshire. The Farmer's Magazine described him as a "splendid looking animal" with a strong, tapering head, muscular shoulders and long legs. Coronation was prepared for racing "with considerable ability" by Ben Painter (or Painten), Rawlinson's "stud groom" at Chadlington and Heythrop Park. He was foaled in the year of Queen Victoria's coronation.
Coronation's sire, Sir Hercules, was an Irish-bred racehorse who ran third in the St Leger of 1829. He went on to become a highly successful and influential stallion. He sired many important winners including Faugh-a-Ballagh (St Leger), The Corsair (2000 Guineas) and Birdcatcher, the male-line ancestor of most modern thoroughbreds.
Coronation (also known as Coronation V, foaled 1946) was a Frenchracehorse. In a racing career which lasted from the spring of 1948 until October 1950, she ran thirteen times and won six races. As a two-year-old she was one of the best fillies of her generation in Europe, winning the Queen Mary Stakes in England and the Prix Robert Papin in France. In the following year she dead-heated for the Poule d'Essai des Pouliches, but was beaten in both the Oaks Stakes and the Irish Oaks. In October 1949 she established her reputation as one of the best fillies to race in Europe in the 20th century when she emphatically defeated a strong international field in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe. Her subsequent racing career was disappointing and she was a complete failure as a broodmare.
The scene subculture is a contemporary subculture which has been common in the United States, Europe, Asia, and Latin America from the late 2000s until the mid 2010s. People (most often in their teens to 20s) involved in this style are called "scene people," "scene kids," "trendies" or sometimes "scenesters" in the US, "moshers," "chavmos," or "chemos" in the UK, "coloridos" in Latin America, and "shamate" in China.
Scene is a British television anthology drama/documentary series made by the BBC for teenagers. Featuring plays on topical issues as well as documentaries, sometimes of a controversial nature, and by leading contemporary playwrights, programs were originally broadcast to a school audience as part of the BBC Schools strand. Dramas from the series were also regularly broadcast for a wider adult audience. The series ran episodically from 1968 to 2002 and some of the dramas went on to receive critical acclaim, nominations and awards including five in 1996–97 and a Prix Jeunesse in 1998 under series producer Andy Rowley (see below).
Scene was originally conceived as a series of 30 minute dramas and documentaries suitable for showing to teenage schoolchildren as part of the English and Humanities curriculum. It was envisaged that the dramas shown would stimulate discussion in the classroom about various contemporary issues relevant to teenagers (such as race, drugs, sex, disability etc.). Critical reaction was positive with praise for the high production standards.
Some of the actors featured in Scene went onto achieve varying degrees of mainstream success. e.g.: Jemima Rooper (Junk, 1999), Sarah Jane Potts, Jack Deam, Lucy Davis (Alison, 1996), Adrian Lester (Teaching Matthew, 1993), Sean Maguire (A Man of Letters, 1994), Peter Howitt (Stone Cold).
The coroner said the aggravated robberies, and leaving his bag with his passport in it at the scene of the last robbery, set the scene for the events of August 2 ...Police who later examined the scene found a cellphone by Mr Cerven's legs, but no weapon, the coroner said. The coroner said she accepted that "officers 12 and 16 believed that Mr Cerven ......
CoronationStreet has revealed the first official details of Aidan Connor's inquest ... #Corrie A post shared by Coronation Street (@coronationstreet) on Jul 22, 2018 at 4.03pm PDT Although Eva makes an abrupt departure from Weatherfield this Friday, without saying goodbye to any of her family, she reappears for the inquest the following week ... Coronation Street airs these scenes on Friday, August 3 at 7.30pm and 8.30pm on ITV....
MORRIS – The Grundy CountyCoroner released the identity of a man whose body was pulled from the Illinois River around 4.30 p.m. Saturday, July 21. George F. Lamboley, 29, was pronounced dead at the scene by Grundy County CoronerJohn Callahan at 5.45 p.m. Saturday. Authorities had first received a call for a person in the water at around 2.30 p.m. in the Illinois River near the Railroad Trestle ... An autopsy is scheduled for Sunday, July 22....