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Wise Psychological Interventions

Wise Psychological Interventions (WPIs) were the subject of an article titled “A mind trick that can break down your brain’s barrier to success” by Dan Jones in the March 12 2016 edition of the New Scientist.  647 more words

Human Memory: Theory And Data

Moments with Orica Green Edge

I have sat down to write this so many times but just haven’t been able to find the right words. The delete and backspace button on my computer have worked overtime. 1,219 more words

Review Constellation Street by Kaitlin Wray

Constellation Street  written by Matthew Bulgo is a combination of four monologues that interlink with each other. Just like Matthew Bulgo’s ‘Last Christmas’ produced by Dirty Protest these stories are cleverly thought out and are both captivating and raw. 861 more words

Henry VIII And His Six Wives  We spoke to historians Dan Jones...

Henry VIII And His Six Wives 

We spoke to historians Dan Jones and Suzannah Lipscomb about their upcoming Channel 5 series ‘Henry VIII And His Six Wives’, which begins on Friday 18 April at 8pm.

By: History Extra.

Review Constellation Street The Other Room by Kiera Sikora

Constellation Street; a place of conscience, cowardice, courage and heart-hurting honesty.

All photographs credit Aenne Pallasca

Firstly we meet Ruth (Nicola Reynolds) a brash and beautiful landlady with a lot to be said about good deeds, their punishments and the past they create. 410 more words

Secrets of Great British Castles (Netflix 2015)

4 Kernels

Dan Jones presents another great historical documentary meant for those with an insatiable hunger for anything British.  Let’s face it – I hated history.  491 more words


The Wars of the Roses by Dan Jones

Lucid, detailed, and engrossing, much like its predecessor, The Plantagenets. Jones has a gift for converting a parade of names and dates into personalities and dramatic clashes. 141 more words

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