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Tim Minchin — The Good Book

Tim MinchinThe Good Book.

A brilliant video to accompany a great song by Tim Minchin. Remember, The Good Book is good because it’s a book and it is good. Onwards!

Music

Atheist Comedian Gets It Right

Here is an interview with my favourite public atheist Tim Minchin. By favourite, I mean least obnoxious and most entertaining. He seems to realise that bilious verbal attacks and endless sarcasm do nothing to endear oneself to those you disagree with, and certainly do nothing to change their minds. 595 more words

Christianity

Review: Matilda the Musical (Cambridge Theatre, London)

One of the hottest tickets in London in the last few years, Matilda has made a big impact. Starting life as the RSC’s Christmas show, it’s the brainchild of songwriter Tim Minchin and director Matthew Warchus. 926 more words

Review

Je Suis Charlie, Je Suis Satire

I don’t think you get to tell me what historical figures I can or cannot satirise in cartoon form

Tim Minchin & the Heritage Orchestra, Live at the Royal Albert Hall.

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Among my favourite Morandi tracks ...

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Gianni Morandi, “Morandi Morandi”, RCA, 1992

When I’m out walking and NOT listening to an audiobook but to music, this is the kind of track that has me… 193 more words

Music

Minchin's Storm, Vaughan's Saga

Tim Minchin, DC Turner & Tracy KingStorm (Orion 2014)
Brian K Vaughan & Fiona Staples, Saga, Volume Four (2014)

The slender rationale for including these books in a shared blog post is that they’re both comics, and I read them both in a single beach-side holiday afternoon. 417 more words

Books

Christmas yule log and tapestry

OK, so this Christmas post is a few days late, apologies to all.  Hope you’ve all enjoyed a wonderful and warm Christmas together.  Whether it’s inside toasty and warm as it snows outside, Swiss style (as it’s doing right now as I write this), or maybe you’re down at the beach in Australia sunning yourself and downing a chilled cheeky Chardonnay. 344 more words