1. Silver Heels
Eddy Redmayne steals the show with an astonishing performance of physicist, Stephen Hawking. The details are right, down to the turned in eyes and curled lip. An astonishing performance that must have been coached. Bravo.
ACT 1 SC 1 INT SURGERY Your too fat, Mr. Bream I need some exercise. Three stone over your ideal weight. Thanks Doctor. ACT 1 SC 2. INT. SPORTS SHOP Basketball please. Twelve fifty, please. Cheers. ACT 1 SC 3 … Continue reading →
A 1 mm stare, watching a slug crawl across the floor. A knot of wood. A pepper pot.
My mother loved this film when it came out in 1980. It gave a voice to millions of women, stuck in dull suburban lives; working as handmaidens to husbands, children and bosses. My Mum is reaching her final furlong now … Continue reading →
I wish I was a starling, so I could fly away. I wish I was a pigeon, spotted in the sky. If I were only a sparrow, perhaps you’d miss me, rather than another guy with a broken heart. Robins … Continue reading →
Passed over at work, threatened in the street. True blue blood causing havoc in the street. Thousands and thousands of people, passed over for work. Angry people, upset people, people saddened by their treatment. Fat Cats.
Lutterworth College is set to close. With Lutterworth High School taking pupils up to 16 and Gazely Properties building a second school on Magna Park, Lutterworth College is set to become redundant with the lost of 15 jobs.
Great performances and script this afternoon on Radio 4 on Catastrophic Injury. The acting was first rate and the sound effects didn’t overpower the performances. Great script in the precinct of law.
Saturday Drama: Talking It Over/Love Etc Radio 4
Julian Barnes's story, adapted by Julia Stoneham, is a Swiss watch for radio. Ably directed and produced by ... Read More
Popular Dog’s Names In 1970′s England
Dalmations - Spike Doberman's - Beta Red Setter's - Brendan Labrador - Shep Hounds - Nova Popular Cats Blackberry, Katie, Magoo, Anna, Quila. Read More