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Long-ago interviews No. 3: David Soul and the difficult question

When I was a child in the 1970s, one of the cool American shows we all loved was Starsky and Hutch, starring Paul Michael Glaser and David Soul as Southern Californian detectives who were an unbeatable team. 904 more words


Book Review: Blood Brothers (Nora Roberts)

Book 1 of 3 in the Pagan Stone Trilogy


Three young boys, Cal Hawkins, Fox O’Dell and Gage Turner have more than a small southern town in common. 892 more words


Blood Brothers - A (very late!) Review 01/05/2014

When I first heard Blood Brothers was coming to Ipswich, I got a tiny bit excited. The first reason being that us people in Suffolk need some form of entertainment other than driving around on tractors all day…. 1,408 more words


Odin is a calm breeze to Loki’s fire-cooling the face and feeding the flame. Odin is made of mists and shady glens and time stretching on forever and Loki is the chaos of those minutes in between-the rush before work the rush between small jobs when we’re cramming in something we love instead of doing what we love and cramming in the crap of living. 44 more words

Review: Blood Brothers

Blood Brothers is arguably Willy Russell’s most famous play and for over 25 years, it has entertained audiences across the West End and on Broadway. The story has stood the test of time so well is undoubtedly due to the relatable themes of class, family and the devastating effects of unemployment. 279 more words