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Sunday Bloody Sunday (Schlesinger, 1971) and a bunch of other short ones

Sandwiched in between his two best films (Billy Liar and The Day of the Locust) is John Schlesinger’s Sunday Bloody Sunday, which reminds me quite a bit visually of  1,112 more words

Parliament Week

Parliament Week (14-20 November) is an annual programme of events that aims to connect people with parliamentary democracy in the UK. This year, Parliament Week has set up a campaign called ‘Do Democracy’ which focuses on young people and their engagement in politics. 318 more words


Okay, I’ve got to be honest, this isn’t what you think it is. In fact it wasn’t what I thought it to be either.

The first paragraph to the ‘Introduction’ of ‘Talking Dirty’ by Carole McKenzie says:

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Hell is Enlarging Itself Through Earth Quakes and Volcanos

I was listening to Sid Roth on his program It’s Supernatural the other day. His guest was a woman named Glenda Jackson. I had never heard of her before, but I’m glad I listened in to this program. 262 more words

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