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REVIEW - Jimmy Carr, Funny Business Tour - Newcastle City Hall

I entered the small but really busy city hall with a smiling creepy looking close up face on green background on the projector on stage. No it’s not some crazy asylum I have entered, instead it’s the average welcome you will get to any Jimmy Carr gig. 495 more words


QI Watchdown: F12 (Food)

Alas, we’ve reached the last QI of Series F, one of the most consistent seasons in recent memory. This has been a season that utilized new anchors, and tried to spread the wealth around to several different panels, so that there’d be a mix of new panelists and strong returnees. 1,280 more words

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Five For Friday: Favorite Graham Norton Moments

The 18th series of The Graham Norton Show will be premiering tonight on BBC One in the UK and on October 3rd on BBC America. Alas this is one of the few programs I will miss now that I have jettisoned the repetitive and often irrelevant channel from my life. 343 more words

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QI Watchdown: F10 (Flora & Fauna)

Part of the new tradition of keeping some semi-regulars and mixing them with someone who’s never been on the show before, tonight’s QI features Jimmy Carr and Jo Brand, and also features journalist, politician, and failed-ballroom-dancer John Sergeant in a guest appearance. 1,193 more words

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4th September

Back in Lancaster, and probably everywhere, Caitlin is so much better than a tour guide as I. In first year I’d sit on my windowsill or on the steps out in Alexandra Square and on the odd occasion I’d watch her stand at the foot of the tree and count all the high school students who had been forced to come along for the day with sleek professionalism. 1,180 more words


QI Watchdown: F6 (Fakes & Frauds)

Nowwww we’re getting into the swing of QI things. We’ve had a Phill and Jo episode, and now that the regulars are rolling in, we have our first Sean and Jimmy episode of the season. 971 more words

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Nice digs - Mini gadget house

This mini gadget house in central London has everything you need in a small, multi-functional space. Less space = less clutter. Richard Ayoade had me at “You could re-enact that scene in Star Wars where they get crushed,” Who doesn’t want to re-enact that??