The new Watership Down on BBC1 definitely isn’t for kids!
Everyone’s doing these photo things… I thought I’d join in. This is an outfit I’ve worn out a couple of times. It sort of mixes up looks and adds a bit of alternative in. The photos on the right are details of the back pocket – yes they look like leather jeans, but actually they’reContinue reading “A Sartorial Post”
One of my favourite TV shows is Bones. In case you’ve been living under a rock, it is an American drama based in a forensic lab at the Jeffersonian loosely based around the lives Temperance Brennan and her FBI partner Seeley Booth; along with the various group surrounding cast (Camille, Angela, Hodgens, Sweets, plus variousContinue reading “I love Bones, but I hate it!”
When I first signed up for MySpace I decided I’d only add friends at first, but then relaxed the rules somewhat and allowed anyone who added me. D’oh. I’m still on MySpace, but don’t really use it any more. Then a new fangled thing came along called Facebook… and the same happened again. All goodContinue reading “Sliding along…”
I’ve just watched a little bit of Embarrassing Bodies, brought to you by the very Danish Christian Jessen (pictured left). Now the question is… if you had a little problem with your brown hoop which meant it needed to be cut up in a rather severe way… would you go on national television and showContinue reading “Embarrassing Bodies?”
Why is there something really amusing about watching the American public utterly humiliate themselves on national television? I’m talking Total Wipeout of course (known as just Wipeout in the USA) Watching people bouncing across giant foam obstacle courses reminds me of school sports days… except Wipeout has less tears and injuries… or perhaps a politeContinue reading “Big Balls!”
I’ve just finished watching Jim Al-Khalili presenting the programme Chemistry: A Volatile History on BBC4. It was absolutely engrossing especially when covering what could become a very boring subject (think Open University 1970’s). A great presenter… and why does his surname make me think Alkali?… hmmm… I am so relieved that we in the UKContinue reading “Science IS fun!”