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Where Do I Know That Actor?

A few weeks back, I sang the praises of The Last Enemy in hopes fans of Benedict Cumberbatch would catch this fantastic mini-series airing Saturday nights on UNC-TV. 154 more words

Black Work: Episode 1 ****

These days anything with Sheridan Smith in is certainly worth a watch – Black Work was no exception.

And not just for Sheridan Smith – it really does have a stellar cast. 411 more words

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"White Teeth" by Zadie Smith (1999) - book review

I’d give my absolute eyeteeth to have a cup of tea with Zadie Smith.

The critics’ comments splashed all round the cover of this national bestseller give a hint of what’s to come (good news, seeing as just occasionally the reviews are overly enthusiastic and you can’t help but feel a little diddled by the outcome) : “ 391 more words

Book Reviews

Robot Overlords (2015)

What would you expect from a film with so triumphantly cheesy a title as Robot Overlords? Something fun, campy and silly, probably, as ultra-stern robots try their darned best to lord it over a bunch of utterly disobedient humans. 686 more words



With a sharp rise in the number of males interested in their homes and in collecting more manly pieces with provenance, it is no surprise that this new trend is hitting the antiques sector with confidence and verve. 393 more words


Sherlock Holmes

The tales of Sherlock Holmes, first written down in the works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, have been retold on our screens many times, the most often in the form of film. 486 more words


"We're building Utopia"

I would expect a Utopia Q&A to be as atmospheric, heavy and explorative as the programme but the event got off to a raucous start when the BAFTA deckchair cum director’s chair collapsed on stage breaking the ice and setting the stage for the night. 657 more words