Tag Archive: Issue 1.0

Carnival of Football Covers Corruption

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As the greatest event in the football calendar finishes for another four years the entire world has been treated to a viewing spectacular. Widely considered to have been one of the most exciting… Continue reading

Sex And Ceramics: A Book Review

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Wendy Jones’s biography, Grayson Perry: Portrait of an Artist as a Young Girl, explores Perry’s life, interests and artistic developments. Perry, born in 1960 and raised in Chelmsford, is an award-winning artist famous for… Continue reading

The Gump Effect

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I hate The Lion King. I hate Family Guy. I hate The Green Mile and most importantly I hate Forrest Gump. Why I hear you ask? Because of what I call the Gump… Continue reading

Five Comedies That Need Your Attention

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Yes everybody knows about Game Of Thrones, The Walking Dead, The Big Bang Theory etc. But there are plenty more quality television shows out there that deserve your attention. For this article, I’m… Continue reading

Why is Malcolm Tucker a hero?

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Next month begins the new series of Doctor Who. The most significant feature of the upcoming series is that it will be the debut series of Peter Capaldi as The Doctor. The role… Continue reading

There’s nothing wrong with a weak handshake…

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Be it an episode of Room 101 or QI, a discussion amongst friends or a knee jerk reaction at a formal dinner, one thing is clear: a lot of people have a big problem… Continue reading