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In Conversation with David Cross

By Gursimran Hans

This article was originally published in two parts on The National Student.

Now, 67, David Cross refused to drink until gone midnight after winning the FA Cup with West Ham in 1980, in order to savour the memory. 2,740 more words

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10,000 Feet Funfair - KC's 7th, Red

Island / Atlantic Records, 1974

Released just six months after Starless and Bible Black and right on the heels of Fripp dissolving the group (again), … 671 more words


Bottle Neck Slide - Starless and Bible Black

Island Records/Atlantic Records 1974
This is a really strange offering in the KC canon – much of it was recorded live or derived from live recordings made on the Larks’ Tongues In Aspic tour, and some aspects feel too fast. 1,158 more words


David Cross Says He And Many Of The 'Arrested Development' Cast Support Jeffrey Tambor

In the wake of Jeffrey Tambor’s firing from Amazon’s Transparent due to allegations of sexual misconduct, David Cross, one of the comedy veteran’s Arrested Development… 201 more words

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Film #646: The Post (2017)

As someone who’s watched almost every Best Picture nominee, normally I can deduce why the academy selected a movie for recognition in its top category. This is certainly true of The Post; as it has a recognisable director in Steven Spielberg, two big star leads in Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep as well as a story that most senior members of the academy will remember. 941 more words

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Crimson suspenders - Larks' Tongues In Aspic

Island Records, 1973

Recorded over a year after Islands and with a completely new lineup, Larks’ Tongues In Aspic takes King Crimson in an entirely new direction. 953 more words


The Post Review

Going into The Post, I didn’t have high hopes from its announcement to its release as 20th Century Fox have marketed it as a “Oscar bait” film (it sure paid off, gaining Meryl Streep a Best Actor in a Supporting Role and a Best Picture nomination), which usually wards me off from seeing a film (see:  703 more words

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