This month …
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- On BBC Two: United - (Review)
- Musings on "Lampeter Sunday, 1995"
- The Harrow Rifles?
- ATMA Dance / Mayuri Boonham at The Place
- 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
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The internet is good for some things. Whilst idly browsing YouTube links of 19th century photography – don’t tell me you don’t do the same – I came across Gertrude Käsebier. Our Gertrude married Edward Käsebier and he financed her … Continue reading
The things you find on YouTube part 94. This time, Simon Munnery’s inspired monologue of the Real-life Confessions of Sherlock Holmes, or the start thereof anyway. I’ve seen Munnery live a couple of times – about the only comedian I … Continue reading
Proof – if any were needed – that the internet is the finest thing to happen to humanity since some rugby clubs got together in The George Hotel. Today’s YouTube majesty is a reworking of the GPO classic film “Night … Continue reading
It says a lot about the towering genius of Leslie Neilsen that I’ve forgiven him the two hours of my life I won’t get back from watching Spy Hard. This is better.
Funeral for Sky Sports News (on Freeview). Beyond awesome.
A Sherlock Holmes film from when Conan Doyle was still alive? Sir Arthur died in 1930, some thirty years after “Sherlock Holmes Baffled” was created. Thanks to Wikipedia for highlighting this first ever appearance on celluloid (well, paper print) of … Continue reading
I noticed that my shot of the Chesham shuttle arriving into Chalfont & Latimer was getting a few views, which is a shame as it’s awful. So, instead of that, why not have a look at this driver’s eye view … Continue reading
Well, goals, goals anyway. Here are my photos from yesterday’s not exactly thrilling encounter between Chesham United and Bromsgrove Rovers. But to capture the real drama (by which I mean “two goals”) why not head over to the land of … Continue reading
The things you find on Youtube. Such as a nice little documentary about Margaret Bourke-White. Enjoy.