Who could this Alistair Murray character be? He was found to cries of David Tennant shouting “of course, of course” to have been in email exchange with Danny, after police (finally) recovered his hard drive.
This week sees the release of the Keanu Reeves-fronted documentary Side By Side. The film features interviews with several respected filmmakers, each of whom discuss their personal attitude towards the decline in traditional 35mm photochemical cinematography, and the revolution in digital acquisition, distribution and exhibition.
The big day is coming up, and Emma (Jayma Mays) is still panicking about her wedding day. We see her anxiety and OCD manifest itself in obsessively clean habits which see her furiously scrubbing everything in the school. Will (Matthew Morrison) doesn’t have time to help her organise everything for the wedding, so she’s left to her own devices.
If fans have been disappointed so far, then this is the adventure they have been waiting for and it is a corker.
“A ground swell already in motion” – this is the toxic rule of Kane that has created a swell of corruption. But these words aren’t shared between men in suits, the power-playing politicians. No, they’re on a bus out in the countryside. Drinking. Reaping rare votes. Talking about, “A group of people I’d like you to meet.”
Now that we’re into the start of the festival season, choosing what to do on the weekend should be a breeze – so make some space in your calendar for La Linea 13, Udderbelly and the Warp Films at 10 season over the next few weeks, while one-offs like the Dante Fried Chicken brunch and the Gaia’s Show of Hands are two destinations this weekend that simply can’t be missed.
Last week saw Larkin, Tess and Shivi survive their quarter final on the merits of their food’s deliciousness. Larkin impressed with a curry and chips, which has to be a MasterChef first, and Dave (who was sent home) served up a chocolate mousse that rather too closely resembled a dog turd.
William Golding might be one of those authors that publishers fear will shrink over time to the contours of a single famous work, that remains read by everyone while their other books languish forgotten.
Proxy hails from Russia and makes music that is often as tough and uncompromising as the Russians who are stereotypically portrayed in western films and TV shows. He was inspired by a now legendary show by The Prodigy in Red Square back in the mid-Nineties and has been fascinated with making his own music ever since.
If people tuning into the latest instalment of Mad Men were hoping that Don Draper’s much publicised trip to Hawaii would lend the opening episode a warm and upbeat feeling then they were sorely mistaken – the two-hour series premiere was bleak but compelling watching.
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