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Holby City: Do what makes you happy

(Series 18, ep. 17) Major Bernie Wolfe is eventually going to be a new doctor on Keller, but this week she was a new patient on Darwin and, as such, spent the entire episode lying down. 710 more words


England triumph in South Africa

Just over a month ago, England began their South African campaign with many predicting a tough series for the visitors. How would England’s batting order cope with the Proteas’ quick bowlers, Steyn and Morkel, and how would James Anderson and Stuart Broad fare against Amla, DeVilliers and co.? 1,123 more words


Holby City: See you back on the ice

(Series 18, ep. 15) There was a moment in this episode when I thought things were turning against Henrik Hanssen in his battle with Selfie for control of the hospital. 451 more words


Holby City: Squeee level set at 11

(Series 18, ep. 13) For plot reasons, Henrik Hanssen sent Dominic, Digby and Morven to one of these adventure camp places where you get to pretend to be in a video game and make do without comfy beds and nice facilities in exchange for having your character built. 451 more words


To Kill a Mockingbird

PLOT (spoiler alert!!!):

The film’s young protagonists, Jean Louise “Scout” Finch (Mary Badham) and her brother Jeremy Atticus “Jem” Finch (Phillip Alford), live in the fictional town of Maycomb, Alabama, during the 1930s. 1,707 more words

Movie Reviews

South Africa v England: 1st Test, day five and match review

South Africa in disarray, England exultant.  No doubt the word “momentum” will be used.

Taking four wickets for seven runs (including du Plessis last night) probably wasn’t the expectation of anyone, with the game effectively done and dusted within half an hour of the start.   1,886 more words

Thoughts on England's African Safari

The England Test team’s 2015 has resembled one of those gauntlet matches Mr McMahon used to put wrestlers he hated through where the wrestler would fight five men in succession with each opponent getting progressively harder. 832 more words