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BBC Two's White Gold: Episodes 1 and 2 review

Since its premiere in 2008, E4’s crude schoolboy comedy The Inbetweeners has gone onto gain somewhat of a cult status, with every bit as quoted and re-watched as it was when it first hit screens almost a decade ago (Yeah, it’s really been that long). 470 more words

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White Gold: Ed Westwick, Joe Thomas and James Buckley star in trailer for BBC comedy

White Gold is a curious animal as this new BBC series delves into the world of double-glazed salesmen. You wouldn’t immediately think of this as a prime spot for possible comedy but watching this first teaser trailer, they’ve picked an in-favour era where people wanted to believe in a lot of things and – quite truthfully – thicker windows were definitely on the list of must-haves. 128 more words

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Boys from the Dwarf reunion

The Red Dwarf cast had a special meeting today!!

Having brekkie with me dodgy mates pic.twitter.com/uBT2DchIyx

— Robert Llewellyn (@bobbyllew) April 27, 2017

We're fascinated to meet a young person called James Buckley.

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Chris Barrie

The Pyramid (2014) **REVIEW**

Forget everything you know about Ancient Egypt and the pyramids, forget it all and keep your minds open for what might be.

Two archeologists found a pyramid outside of Cairo under the desert. 217 more words

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Sarah Tattersall (1835-1880)

Sarah Tattersall is my 2x great grandmother. She married James Buckley on 26 April 1857 at the Parish Church of Bingley in West Yorkshire. The marriage certificate shows that Sarah was of “full age” and was a spinster. 570 more words

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Netflix A-Z: Kill Charlie Countryman (2013)

For all of you not into all the Christmas stuff, I’m going to be continuing on with the Netflix A-Z. The most optimal thing would be to wrap it up before the end of the year but that sounds pretty much impossible. 1,274 more words

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The Comedian's Guide to Survival

A couple months ago, I tried to watch Peacock Season, which is a movie about a depressing standup comic trying to make it at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. 649 more words

Jaime Pond