Research is essential in finding the perfect pooch. Remember the bigger the dog, the bigger the ‘doo-doo’.
BBC Sport’s not all about Wimbledon. To my amazement I spotted on its website a quiz all about – wait for it – ultra marathons. And there was me thinking that ultra-marathoning was safe in its obscurity. Anyway, no complaints. Fabulous that the sport is getting the exposure.
Our local yoga centre, in Marylebone, has a yoga dog called Jalebi. She is a 10-month old Sheltie.
If a well known vet becomes ‘the face’ of a product such as a pharmaceutical or a campaign, are you more likely to trust that product?
Rather unexpectedly, as the 10th anniversary of the Iraq war approaches, the myth-making of the antis seems to be subsiding. I had assumed that the anniversary would be another festival of “lies”, “illegal war” and “war criminals”.
The BBC are today introducing a brand new BBC Sport mobile app for iPhone and iPod Touch users, with an Android version is expected to launch in the coming weeks.
We spent an entertaining Tuesday evening at The Crazy Coques in Londons’ West End watching a tribute show to Doris Day.
This week the international singing star, Fiona Apple hit the headlines by cancelling the whole of her South American tour to be with her dying dog.
She posted on Facebook:
“If I go away I’m afraid she will die and I won’t have the honour of singing her to sleep or escorting her out. Sometimes it takes [...]
Given the competitive nature of the TV industry it’s perhaps hard to imagine our biggest broadcasters and independent production companies coming together to discuss how they can work together on a project that might just change the entire industry. But for the past year, eleven of some of the biggest companies in the industry have been meeting once a month to do just that – all in the name of saving the planet.
This week the Scottish Labour Party suggested that if Scotland gains independence it will lose the BBC. Despite the popular belief that politicians don’t know what voters really care about, it appears that for once they might actually be onto something.
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