Arriving hot on the heels of the release of Thor: The Dark World, this week’s episode presents another crossover with wider events in the Marvel universe.
Let’s get one thing straight before we go any further, John Hurt is not the name of the Doctor. I’m referring to all those people who tweeted that John Hurt was the Doctor’s name at the end of The Name of the Doctor. Phew, now we’ve got that out of the way we can carry on.
As culture curators, we always love a mixed-bag of a weekend – so that’s why we’ve got Japanese art, soul music and a Tarantino-inspired supperclub on the menu this week, with a few worthy escapades in-between…
I do like what Vintage do with their classics paperback range: neat red spines, big image, a certain room for manoeuvre with the title, and there, up in the top right, the author’s name, but just their second name, with the ‘Vintage’ slapped in front of it: this isn’t any old Iris Murdoch book; this [...]
It’s 50 years since the death of C.S. Lewis and, to mark the occasion, I thought I’d revisit one of the most overlooked books in the Narnia series, The Horse and His Boy
One area of London’s clubbing landscape that is often overlooked is the world of the promoter. It’s an unforgiving world, often unpredictable but a very rewarding endeavour for those who work hard enough to make a success of it. ‘Apogee Presents’ is a particularly interesting outfit due to the fact that the guys behind it all have full-time jobs and one of them, Tom Gearing, appeared on BBC’s The Apprentice no less! Sadly he wasn’t up for an interview, but I managed to grab some time with his co-promoter at ‘Apogee Presents’, Cameron Smith…
Would Scott and Bailey survive without its police procedures, or Doc Martin without solving any medical cases?
The newest member of the Whitechapel team stepped up to the mark this week and attempted to earn his stripes with some undercover work.
“Professional chaos” is the term used by Big Narstie to describe the effect of combining both himself and True Tiger
“I get really bad stage-fright and nerves just before [we go onstage] because, I don’t know what’s going to happen. You don’t know if you’re going to break something of yours, if something’s going to stop working, if you’re going to break a limb, if you’re going to hurt somebody…” Matt “Butch” Reynolds, guitarist
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