“He can be quicker than Brett Lee”
“Mitch, from Townsville,” Mitchell Johnson introduced himself.
The 18-year-old was at Adelaide Oval No. 2 on an April morning in 1999. 1,748 more words
13 November, 19:30. Summerhall – Red Lecture Theatre, 1 Summerhall, Edinburgh, EH9 1PL. 7:30 doors for 8pm start. £5/£4 concessions
MacGillivray has walked in a straight line with a dead wolf on her shoulders through the back streets of Vegas into the Nevada desert, eaten broken chandelier glass in a derelict East German shopping mall, headbanged in gold medieval stocks in Birmingham allotments, burnt on a sunbed wearing conquistador armour in Edinburgh’s underground city, breast-fed a Highland swan in Oxford and regurgitated red roses in Greenland. 311 more words
In 1986, the movie Top Gun ruled the box office, raking in more than 350 million dollars. The movie was centered on kinship with a fellow wingman, dangerous piloting skills, classic rivalry and a man who was yet to be synonymous with the mission impossible franchise… 2,383 more words
This week I’d like to welcome Graeme Smith to the hotseat. Graeme was born in Exeter and his first book, The Awakening of Abraham Brown… 552 more words
A while ago I wrote about 7 trends in education that will disrupt our work as teachers. Here are 7 more. There is some crossover between them. 1,173 more words