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2016 Art 365 challenge – Week 5

Here’s my work for Week 5. Going to start working more on my perspectives this month; 36 more words

My Top 5 Uncle Albert War Stories

Only Fools and Horses remains one of the most quintessentially British television shows of all time. It embodied the working class of modern Britain in the 1980s and 1990s, it being one of the first television comedies in the UK to embrace the multi-culturalism of London as opposed to other shows of the time that concentrated on the traditional cockneys. 1,150 more words

JOURNALISM: The definitive list of Jasons

AS a journalist in the digital age it is important to keep up to date with what the cool cats at the likes of Buzzfeed are doing – and that largely seems to involve making lists of things for very little obvious reason. 350 more words

Ronnie Barker

25 September 1929 – 3 October 2005

British actor and writer; one could argue (perhaps hyperbolically) the greatest writer since Shakespeare and a star of some of comedy’s greatest shows. 312 more words


Goodbye Sir Pratchett, thank you for all the laughs.

Few authors influenced me as Terry Pratchett did. Amazon has a commercial on my “Kindle” these days and it says:

“Children exposed to reading may become CURIOUS, INDEPENDENT or even develop an IMAGINATION full of wonder. 521 more words