You may have noticed that I tend to veer wildly from the course set by the Playblast Podcast. That current course - as set out on the 'about' page - is 'Popular Culture', in its many forms. Popular Culture: the entirety of ideas, perspectives, attitudes, … Continue reading It’s Been a Long Week
I don't get out much, so my movie watching is done via Sky and thank the Digi-God on high for Sky, providing a plethora of film to feast upon; otherwise I'd be having to resort to nitty-gritty soapland, chef-based shenanigans, or worse still, to switching … Continue reading Movie Reviews and Me
Welcome anonymous reader. We are, as yet, unacquainted and likely to remain so, and yet I guarantee you'll get to the end of this article (if you make it to the bitter end that is; maybe a cup of tea is looking like much the … Continue reading Click on this article and you won’t believe what happens next!
Hello Good evening Ugg the Younger. H** T*** ******* M* I'm sorry Ugg the Younger, you're breaking up, could you try pointing your conch shell at the Sun God in the sky. Is that better, can you hear me now? Loud and clear. I just … Continue reading The Intern Interview circa 10,000 BC
My local picture house was showing The Theory of Everything this past weekend, alongside the Shaun the Sheep Movie. Unlocking the secrets of the universe, or a frolicking lambs' tale down on the farm - no contest there, you might think. Well, the sheep won, and rightly so … Continue reading Shaun the Sheep Movie – A Review
YouTube - a playground for the amateurs, the professionals, the activists, the nutters, the gamers, the singers, the wannabees, the Vloggers, the babies and the cats. ITube, YouTube, TheyTube, we all watch the Tube, via sound and picture bites just long enough to hold the … Continue reading YouTube is 10 years old
2015 marks 150 years since the publication of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Last Saturday the BBC looked at the life of its author in 'The Secret World of Lewis Carroll', drawing some disturbing, although not surprising, conclusions about the nature of this very private man. … Continue reading The Trial of Lewis Carroll