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CastAlbums.org: REVIEW: Merman's Apprentice - Original Cast Recording

Originally published on CastAlbums.org.

If you’ve ever uttered the phrase “they don’t make ’em like they used to anymore,” I would kindly direct your attention to… 548 more words


Air Bowie a la Nordic Thunder


We lost a hero with David Bowie. I must admit that I grew up in the eighties and very clearly remember the ‘Let’s Dance’ days of David Bowie. 292 more words

Premaitha Health: Dr William Denman to join the Board as an Executive Director

Premaitha Health PLC, developer of the IONA test, the first CE-marked non-invasive prenatal screening test (NIPT) confirms that Chief Medical Officer, Dr William Denman, will join the Board of Premaitha as an Executive Director on 1 November 2015. 186 more words


Key questions unasked in the news about the US attack on Kunduz Hospital

Summary: The attack on the Kunduz Hospital occurs at a potentially pivotal time in the Afghanistan civil war, as the Taliban gains ground against the puppet government installed by the US government. 1,119 more words

Iraq & Afghanistan

Do World Political Leaders Aim To Bankrupt Mankind Based On An Error?

Do World Political Leaders Aim To Bankrupt Mankind Based On An Error?

Posted by: Greg Lance-Watkins – Greg_L-W.




one increasingly realises that world political leaders seem to be determined to bankrupt mankind based on the fundamental error of believing that climate change and global warming are consequentially influenced by mankind, yet increasingly scientists are speaking out with proof that anthropogenic influence is so minimal as to be insignificant. 1,395 more words

Not even partially correct

Since I’m up early and waiting for the rest of the family to rise, I thought I might comment on this Miranda Devine article which claims that… 624 more words

Climate Change

Medieval saints in Bangor Cathedral

Further to my last post on the David Evans east window at Bangor Cathedral, during my talk in the cathedral on Saturday I was asked about a medieval window depicting the Welsh saint Dwynwen, formerly in the cathedral, which I did not know about. 340 more words