Month: August 2005

Media

Commercial Competitor to Radio 4

Lord Birt, the former Director General of the BBC, and now a “blue skies thinker” for the government has been reported as...

Misc

PSP Movies

Sony finally launches the PSP in the UK this week, and that’s good news for me, because it finally means that I might be able to get...

TV

The Daily Show – Coming Soon To The UK

While Mediaguardian gets excited about the fact that the impending October 10 launch of More4 – the new digital channel from Channel...

Music

I Predict A Riot

This year was V Festival’s 10th anniversary, and I think that one way or another I’ve been to the last nine of them, starting...

Uncategorized

Copenhagen library

Copenhagen library, originally uploaded by adambowie....

Films

Family Guy: Stewie Griffin, The Untold Story

First some honesty – I’ve come very very late to the whole Family Guy thing. I’d been told how good it is, and like The...

Books

Home Is The Sailor

Another Hard Case Crime series novel, and it’s a brash and trashy as the rest of them. Swede is big and big-hearted sailor, fresh off...

Books

Case Histories

I’d not read any of Kate Atkinson’s books before, although I’ve seen them riding high in the bestsellers for a while. So...

Misc

Celebrity Spot of the Day

Former MI5 officer, David Shayler, in Old Street tube station. I assume that this isn’t top secret, and no lives are at risk by...

Misc

Who’s The Daddy

Who’s the Daddy is a new play by Toby Young and Lloyd Evans, The Spectator’s theatre critics, that presents an ever-so-slightly...