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5ive

The first post-nuclear apocalyptic film I ever saw was Five, or 5ive, which was on television one evening back when showing a movie on TV was a big deal. 607 more words

Film

Jimmy Anderson backs Joe Root to step up if 'fantastic' England captain Alastair Cook resigns

Jimmy Anderson believes Alastair Cook has improved greatly as England captain after struggling to adapt to the job initially.

Cook, 32, is currently considering his future as England skipper following the 4-0 Test series defeat to India at the end of last year. 503 more words

Cricket

Holby City: Bleak hospital

(Series 19, ep. 17) Ooh, but this was a dark episode. The AAU and Keller stories were difficult and gloomy, with some of our favourite characters going through horrible times, with Darwin providing a bit of welcome light relief. 504 more words

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Holby City: What are the chances of that?

(Series 19, ep. 15) There was luck for some and not so much for others in this episode. Fletch was the lucky one – he’s inherited a sum of money so large it had to be written on a piece of paper and not uttered aloud. 599 more words

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Holby City: Like something out of a Victoria Wood sketch

(Series 19, ep. 14) Dominic may have mainly shed his Darren days, but there’s one element he can’t escape from, and that’s his parents. His mum, the very wonderful Carole, in particular has a habit of pitching up at Holby to create her own brand of maximum maternal embarrassment for her Dazzle. 391 more words

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Anderson hoping to be fit for Second Test

James Anderson remains positive that he can recover from his shoulder injury to be fit for the second Test Match against India this week.

Anderson joined the England squad in Rajkot on Tuesday after completing his training in Loughborough. 312 more words

England

Holby City: Watch out for that man!

(Series 19, ep. 11) This review may not be up to my usual impeccable standard, because I watched the episode several days ago in a hotel room in Berlin on a television that warmly embraced the concept of British TV without having an entirely secure connection to it. 410 more words

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