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Archangel 1

Today, Michael and Patrick are discussing Archangel 1, originally released May 18th, 2016.

Michael: Over the course of recent pop culture history, it has become more and more well-known that time travel stories are difficult to pull off successfully. 1,505 more words

Alternating Current

One Season was Simply Not Enough

For part two of this blog post (part one is shows that were cancelled too early but had more than one season), let us have a quick chat about some amazing shows that got canceled in their first season… some in their first episode. 706 more words


Legends of Tomorrow is Breaking My Heart

Legends of Tomorrow is breaking my heart in a way that hasn’t happened since Terra Nova.

Terra Nova, for those out of the loop, was the show about people living among dinosaurs that I wanted to see since I was five years old. 1,395 more words

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Report: Shakespeare Lives in Belfast

Guest post by Ilana Gilovich, Queen’s University Belfast, reporting on her participation in events in the #ShakespeareLives in Belfast programme from 21 to 23 April, including the Discover Shakespeare event at the Ulster Museum and the Terra Nova… 617 more words


Field: Creating Functioning Communities - Terra Nova

Most of the quotes here are from Chapter “24 Creating Functioning Communities” in the book “Terra Nova: Global Revolution and the Healing of Love”, by Dieter Duhm. 3,814 more words


Irish Renaissance Seminar, QUB: Shakespeare Lives across the Island, 7 May 2016

Shakespeare Lives across the Island:

Conversations and Celebrations

7th May 2016, Old Staff Common Room, QUB

12pm                                  Lunch (courtesy of School of English)

1pm – 2pm                         … 266 more words

Preview: Belfast Tempest, Terra Nova Drama

by Scott Russell, Queen’s University, Belfast

The Tempest, a late romance that explores  the thematic wonderings of race, love, and patriarchal control is often labelled as ambiguous. 831 more words