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Dog-friendly Holdsworth House Hotel


On the edge of Halifax, Holdsworth House is a pretty 17thcentury Jacobean manor set in three acres of grounds. Dating back to 1633, the family-owned 38 bedroom 4* hotel has open fires, beamed ceilings, oak paneled halls, and mullioned windows. 129 more words


Monday Montage

What’s happening, what’s on and what’s interesting this week …

The renowned Mormon Tabernacle Choir celebrates the holidays with the world’s leading tenor, Rolando Villazon. Tune in for seasonal favorites and more on… 293 more words

Monday Montage

Last Tango In Halifax

So entertaining!!!

This is what you call well balanced drama and comedy. Still watching this one and so far really good.
You might want to switch on subtitles  if you’re not from the UK though.

Stay tuned for ultimate verdict.

Binge Watching

My LGBT icons: Johnny and Omar - but what about Caroline and Kate? (LGBT History Month 2015)

I was looking through some old files, when I came across the piece below. I often contribute to York St John’s LGBT History Month events, and had been asked if I would video a contribution for an event on LGBT icons and idols.  940 more words

Where Do I Know That Actor?

Just a quick two-fer this week regarding guest actors on Father Brown (Fridays on UNC-EX) and Luther (Saturdays on UNC-TV).

Last week’s Father Brown (“The Penitent Man”) saw the prying padre aiding his old adversary Flambeau when the latter is incarcerated for murder. 207 more words

Where Do I Know That Actor?

Last Tango in Halifax (2012 - ) [Review]

Rating: 5/5

The premise reads, “A romantic comedy between two 70- something widowed people”. For many, this would be enough to effortlessly overlook the show. But for many others, this would be enough to sit back and experience this intriguing story. 1,230 more words

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