Monthly Archives: May 2013

Reasons to be Cheerful…

Two events on Thursday made me celebrate for most of Friday in the glorious one day of spring we’re probably going to get. Firstly – watching the second semi-final of Eurovision which was completely and undeniably back on safe uber-camp … Continue reading

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Eurovision or Chucklevision?

When it comes to the UK in Europe there are two inevitable scenarios which loom like the Brandenburg Gate over reunification. One – that Tory leaders will meet their Waterloo over the EU and two – that ‘Team GB’ (whoever … Continue reading

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Worth the Trek

Went to see the latest Star Trek film the other day. Hugely enjoyable. As with most action movies these days it gets the obligatory terrorist attack set piece out of the way pretty early on. And while it touches on … Continue reading

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