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Nevermind Watchdown: S7E10

Well, as I am allowed to say this since a member of Slade is on hand tonight, IIIIIIIIIITTTTT’S CHRRRISSSSTMAAAAASSSSS!!!!

Tonight’s long-delayed Series 7 Christmas Episode, brought back thanks to the quest for the lost episodes, features Rich Hall, Dave Hill from Slade, the last appearance of one of the members of the NMTB old guard, Tony “Not Metal, Don’t Know” Wright, and Daytime TV host Lorraine Kelly… 1,266 more words

Nevermind Watchdown

Your hi-tech home (Originally Published in New Dreamhomes and Condominiums Magazine)

Kevin Haber who drives to many dream homes to fix people’s computers sees technology creating a whole new communication universe for a homeowner. 785 more words

Writing (all Kinds)

Steering Tragedy Towards Mirth

Theater Review: The Winter’s Tale

By Perry Tannenbaum

Misdeeds in Shakespeare come in dark and light hues: they are prankish and trivial when the Bard smiles, malign and fatal when he glowers. 1,235 more words


The language you speak-Tony Wright's Interesting English

One of my favourite things to do in the archives it digging through our book collection. Maybe because there is such a wide range of material there, from fiction to resource books, from published dissertations to poetry. 289 more words


The Hurriers talk to Porky Prime Cuts

THE HURRIERS are the kind of band that Porky often dreams of: passionate, independently-driven – both in terms of control of their output, posters, promo, gigs et and their raison d’etre – and, almost as a bonus, a kick-ass in-your-face rock’n’roll act. 1,671 more words

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Nevermind Watchdown: S5E7

Ah, yes, the infamous super sized episode. 45 minutes, Two well-versed regulars, and two pretty well known newbies, and 15 more minutes to spend with them. 625 more words

Nevermind Watchdown

Parliamentary reform and The Constitution Unit

In the last of our series of posts adapted from presentations at the Unit’s 20th anniversary conference Tony Wright reflects on 20 years of parliamentary change and reform. 1,455 more words