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  • "The Game" BBC soundtrack
    Composer interview: Daniel Pemberton honors ITC sound with BBC’s ‘The Game’
    British composer Daniel Pemberton is among the crop of up-and-coming composers, primed to take Hollywood by storm. Refusing to limit himself to any one genre or medium of visual entertainment, Pemberton has been making himself known for his...
  • 'The Driver (2014)' DVD Review
    'The Driver (2014)' DVD Review
    Vince McKee (David Morrissey) is a cab driver in Manchester, England. His home life is in a shambles. He can barely pay his bills and he is in a depressed state. His job as a cab driver stinks, literally. It really does especially when one of his...
  • New Worlds, DVD Review
    'New Worlds' DVD Review
    In the 1680's England, King Charles II (Jeremy Northam) is on the throne. He had made many promises when he took the throne none of which he has kept. A growing disgruntled group of young people are ready to fight for the freedoms promised....
  • C S Lewis in a Time of War
    Book review: learning from C S Lewis' work ethic
    How do you distinguish between working too hard and being lazy?C. S. Lewis had to make that choice during World War Two. Besides his duties as an Oxford professor, Lewis also kept busy giving talks at various RAF (Royal Air Force) bases throughout...
  • 'Murdoch Mysteries: The Movies
    'Murdoch Mysteries: The Movies' DVD Review
    Detective William Murdoch (Peter Outerbridge) is a Victorian age police official. Dr. Julia Ogden (Keeley Hawes) is a medical coroner and between the two are bringing law enforcement into the twentieth century. The cases they are involved in...
  • 'Dr. Who: The Complete Fifth Series'
    DVD review: 'Dr. Who: The Complete Fifth Series'
    Let's continue on with 'Dr. Who: The Complete Fifth Series'. If you haven’t already, consider reading the review of the Fourth Series, first.We have a new incarnation of The Doctor (Matt Smith). He encounters a little girl named...
  • The Modern Kurdish Warrior
    The Kurdish State: Evolution of the Iraq conflict and Modern Kurdish Soldier
    صعود المحارب الكردي الحديثThe current statement of the Kurdish people is an evolution of the modernization both the state of Iraq, the Republic of Turkey, and Syria. It is within the multi ethnic fracturing of the political system that the Kurds...
  • Britains's Bloodiest Dynasty: The Plantagenet's, DVD Review
    'Britains's Bloodiest Dynasty: The Plantagenets' DVD Review
    The Plantagenets rose to power upon Henry II taking the throne. He was a control freak about everything including his family who would later try to overthrow him because of it. From the 11th century into the 13th England would be ruled by some of...
  • Jamaica Inn, DVD Review.
    Jamaica Inn, DVD Review
    Mary Yellen (Jessica Brown Findlay) is a young girl who has just lost her mother. Orphaned she is forced to go live with her Aunt and Uncle in Cornwall. Uncle Joss (Sean Harris) is as temperamental as they come. He is abusive and is not a man to...
  • Vote for BBC Women’s Footballer of the Year
    Vote for BBC Women’s Footballer of the Year
    It's not all about the royal baby in England. BBC World Service has announced the shortlist for the inaugural BBC Women’s Footballer of the Year competition and voting is now open.The five shortlisted footballers are:Nadine Kessler ...
  • 'Dr. Who: The Complete Specials'
    DVD review: 'Dr. Who: The Complete Specials'
    After the high point that the fourth series departed on, it seemed odd to follow this up with a collection of standalone specials.That's exactly what was done, though, and what we are reviewing today.'The Waters of Mars' is a...
  • The Mystery Of Lord Lucan acorn
    'The Mystery Of Lord Lucan' DVD Review
    John Bingham, the 7th Earl of Lucan,was living a very frivolous lifestyle. He was married to Veronica and they had children. Lucan was nicknamed "Lucky" but he was not. Lucan had gambled away much at the Chermont Club. A local casino run...
  • Broadchurch: The Complete Second Season, DVD  Review
    'Broadchurch: The Complete Second Season' DVD Review
    If you were to look at the coastal town of Broadchurch one might think they had stepped back into the early 18th century. It has quaint little shoppes to browse through. It has local pubs that have so many little stories to tell. At first glance...
  • New Tricks: Season 11, DVD Review
    'New Tricks: Season 11' DVD Review
    'New Tricks' is a wonderful, entertaining show that brings retired detectives out of retirement to work on cold cases and solve them. The camaraderie and easy going attitude has always been a plus for this show. It is widely acclaimed in...
  • W1A
    Review: Season two premiere of 'W1A'
    As an American, I think it's fair to say that some British humor is an acquired taste for those of us in the States. It's not just that British television humor seems to only have two levels: dry to the point of blowing dust or an endless...
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