This month …
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- On BBC Two: United - (Review)
- Musings on "Lampeter Sunday, 1995"
- The Harrow Rifles?
- Places, strange and quiet: Wim Wenders at Haunch of Venison, London
- On BBC Three: Don't Tell the Bride
- Ruminations on "No Parking Please Funeral"
- Whatever Happened to Bobbie Gentry?
- Musings on 221b Baker Street
- Taylor Wessing Prize 2012 - National Portrait Gallery
- ATMA Dance / Mayuri Boonham at The Place
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Tag Archives: england
Always nice to come across something you missed and thanks to the good folk at lensculture I’m now enjoying the slideshow of Peter Dench’s Parr-esque “Drinking of England”. As a series it gets across just how pervasive booze is to … Continue reading
Being a man and English it’s fair to say that netball hasn’t really crossed my path particularly often. I remember we played it at school in mixed form a couple of times – enough for me to know what the … Continue reading
With a few minutes to go it didn’t look like England were going to get to cheer in a team photo. Trailing France 22-18 they didn’t seem to be able to find a way through but then a bit of … Continue reading
According to the papers that like to populate their stories about warm weather with images of pretty young things frolicking near fountains (The Guardian, this time) it’s been hotter in London than in a selection of randomly selected warm-sounding places. … Continue reading
One of the many things I learnt during the Pope’s recent state visit to the United Kingdom was that the Vatican has a railway system. The 1.2 square miles given to the Pope to create a Catholic state by Benito … Continue reading
It’s an annual event, like pretending that councils across England have banned Christmas and are instead celebrating ‘winterval‘. Obviously I’m not talking about St George’s Day – which was on Friday I know but I’ve only just got the photos … Continue reading
It was February when we last had weather. Between now and then it’s basically been a persistent light drizzle interspersed with occasional threats of sunshine. Last time it was headline news because there were actual problems – this time it … Continue reading