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Day 94: just wandering, not lost

recommended listening for this post: The Lost Art of Conversation by The Divine Comedy from the album Bang Goes The Knighthood

although i disagree that conversation is a lost art. 158 more words

8 Reasons To Watch "Thirteen" On BBC Three Online

BBC Three recently made the move to purely online and we’re all gutted about it. No more switching the TV on to Don’t Tell The Bride… 382 more words

Gone Girl Found: #Thirteen and Jodie Comer

Thirteen is the best British crime drama of the year, and it will be difficult to top. I know that is a pretty bold statement to open a review with, but I believe it wholeheartedly. 538 more words


'Thirteen' review

First off I would like to apologise for my absence, I’ve been so busy these past couple of weeks but hopefully I should be back on track now, so today I would like to review a tv show that I’ve been obsessed with the past few weeks. 316 more words


Review: Thirteen (S1 E5/5), Sunday 27th March, BBC3

For four weeks, Marnie Dickens has taken us on a rollercoaster ride with her debut stand-alone series, Thirteen. Her five-episode thriller has introduced us to Ivy Moxam – a young woman who, for 13 years, had been held captive in the basement by a man called Mark White. 650 more words

British Crime Drama

I love spending time with my family. It’s a fun adventure which is lead by imagination and creativity, but every now and then, I need a bit of downtime. 375 more words

Young Mothers

Review: Thirteen (S1 E4/5), Sunday 20th March, BBC3

In episode three of this excellent identity thriller, all relationships broke down – Ivy Moxam’s relationship with her family broke down, her sister Emma and her fiancé Craig were at loggerheads, her parents’ charade was well and truly smashed into pieces and even the relationship between investigating officers Carne and Merchant was at an all-time low. 638 more words

British Crime Drama