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Holby City: The man who won’t take no for an answer

(Series 20, ep. 19 ‘Bubble Wrap’ by Ed Sellek 8.5.18) It’s becoming increasingly clear that Prof Gaskell is a little bit… shall we say single-minded in his pursuit of his medical trial. 693 more words

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Holby City: Faces from the past

(Series 20, ep. 17 ‘The Way We Were’ by Becky Prestwich 24.4.18) There were lots of old faces in this episode. Apart from the main storylines featuring an ex-boyfriend of Frieda’s, and Dominic’s past coming back to haunt him, we also saw glimpses of Oliver Valentine and Arthur Digby – both of them gone but not at all forgotten. 699 more words

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Holby City: Smart juniors, full of smart juniosity

(Series 20, ep. 16 ‘New Ain’t All It’s Cracked Up to Be’ by Nick Fisher 17.4.18) At the beginning and end of this episode we saw F1 Nicky McKendrick as a child (played by Chanel Zinyemba). 653 more words

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Albums of the Month: March 2018

Here’s Love London Love Culture’s top five albums released this month… 

Staying at Tamara’s by George Ezra: Released 23rd March – four years on from the release of his debut album ‘Wanted on Voyage’, George Ezra is back with a brand new album which includes the singles ‘Paradise’ and ‘Don’t Matter Now’. 222 more words

Holby City: Everybody hurts

(Series 20, ep. 9 ‘Ache’ by Martin Jameson 28.2.18) Jac is struggling on despite being in horrendous pain (and Rosie Marcel is making sure we can feel that pain in every agonised breath Jac takes). 844 more words

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February Favourites 2018

It feels like forever since I last wrote a favourites post. I’m not quite sure how we’re at the end of February already, but here goes with my February favourites for 2018. 571 more words

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Holby City: Four day stretch

(Series 20, ep. 1 ‘The Prisoner’ by Ed Sellek 2.1.18) This stand-alone episode dealt with four days in the life of Ric Griffin, in prison on remand following his assault on Jeremy Warren, and Oliver Valentine, returning to the world after being in a coma since being shot in the head. 662 more words

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