Risky business: the extraordinary life of firefighter Sabrina Cohen-Hatton | Books | The Guardian
Homeless as a teenager, Sabrina Cohen-Hatton has spent the last 18 years dealing with everything from fires to car crashes and terrorist attacks. Who better to write a book about life-or-death situations?
RealLifeStories  Firefighters  TheGuardian  Interviews  Books  SabrinaCohen-Hatton 
april 2019
Online Music Magazine Drowned in Sound to Shut Down - Pitchfork
Drowned in Sound is shutting down. The UK-based music website, founded in 2000 by editor Sean Adams, will cease publication of reviews and features “for the foreseeable future,” as Adams explained in a statement posted to his personal Facebook page. The community aspect of the website will live on, as Drowned in Sound’s forums are set to remain operational.
DrownedInSound  SeanAdams  MusicJournalism  Journalism  Music  MusicNews  MediaNews  MusicBlogs  Endings  Closures  Pitchfork 
april 2019
God of War wins best game at Bafta Awards - BBC News
Action-adventure game God of War has won the sought-after Best Game prize at the 15th annual Bafta Games Awards.
GodOfWar  BAFTA  BAFTAAwards  RedDead  Sony  SonyInteractiveEntertainment  SIEE  Awards  AwardCeremonies  Gaming  GamingNews  BBCNews 
april 2019
Channel 4 shows finally available on Apple TV in the UK with 'All 4' app - 9to5Mac
After a long wait, Channel 4’s on demand service is finally available for Apple TV. This means the last major UK TV channel is now officially onboard with Apple’s set-top box.
AppleTV  Channel4  Apps  TV  TVNews  9To5Mac 
march 2019
Roses Gabor + Mosa Wild For Clash Live At Metropolis Studios Next Tuesday | News | Clash Magazine
Clash Live returns to Metropolis Studios next Tuesday 26th March, continuing our third year of invite only recording sessions in style with Roses Gabor and Mosa Wild stepping into the spotlight.
RosesGabor  ClashMagazine  LiveMusic  MetropolisStudios 
march 2019
Brexit march: Thousands join referendum protest - BBC News
Tens of thousands are marching through central London calling for another EU referendum, as MPs search for a way out of the Brexit impasse.
Protests  UKPolitics  People'sVote  Brexit  EUReferendum  Article50  London  BBCNews 
march 2019
Google reveals gaming platform Stadia - BBC News
Google has unveiled a new digital gaming platform called Stadia which will stream better-than-console-quality games that have traditionally had to be either downloaded or purchased on disc.
Google  GoogleStadia  GoogleChrome  GooglePlay  YouTube  Gaming  GamingNews  Technology  CloudComputing  Streaming  GameStreaming  NextGeneration  GDC  GDC2019  BBCNews 
march 2019
George the Poet: Social media gives poets 'a fair shot' - BBC News
The acclaimed performer George the Poet says social media has helped poetry thrive.
Poetry  WorldPoetryDay  GeorgeThePoet  SocialMedia  BBCNews  Arts  CreativeArts  Storytelling 
march 2019
BBC - Changes to the BBC Music website
It will continue to be the place to find the best music content from across the BBC, including coverage from festivals and events across all of the radio networks. But, in the first half of this year, music audio and video content will have their own, dedicated homes and some functionality available here will no longer be supported.
BBCMusic  BBC  Music  Audio  Announcements 
march 2019
'A lot of us are in the dark': what teenage boys really think about being a man | Life and style | The Guardian
What’s on the average 16- and 17-year-old’s mind? Tom Lamont talked to young men across the UK about masculinity, #MeToo, role models and coming of age now
Masculinity  BlackMen  Society  MeToo  ToxicMasculinity  Identity  TheGuardian 
march 2019
Video: Deep Cotton, "We're Far Enough From Heaven Now We Can Freak Out" - Saint Heron
The Deep Cotton duo is down with Janelle Monaé and it shows in they’re quirky, refreshing approach visually and sonically. The undeniably ’60s mod inspired track, “We’re Far Enough From Heaven Now We Can Freak Out” will bring about deep desires to wop it out, or just jam. For a song like this, you know the video is going to be good. The duo, turned captives, attempt to use their charm, charisma, and wild vocals to promote peace amongst a group of powerful, weapon yielding women in a remote land of femdom, Camp Mothaland. Serving up short film, the ingenious video oozes with indie movie potential. [Ed note: as of March 2019, the music video has been removed from all official video sites.]
DeepCotton  SaintHeron  JanelleMonáe  BlackCulture  BlackPeople  BlackMen  BlackWomen  MusicVideos  Music  MusicNews 
march 2019
£33m Eurotunnel payout not recoverable, government confirms | Politics | The Guardian
Details of out-of-court settlement reveals three £11m payments due whatever Brexit outcome
Transport  TransportNews  Brexit  Eurotunnel  Politics  UKPolitics 
march 2019
Magenta Devine, presenter of Network 7 and Rough Guide, dies aged 61 | Television & radio | The Guardian
TV host and journalist, known for her stylish attire and sunglasses, was the face of ‘yoof TV’ programming in the 1980s and 90s
MagentaDevine  JaneStreet-Porter  DeathAndDying  TheGuardian  Fashion  FashionNews  TVNews  Lifestyle 
march 2019
Father figures: why the new wave of visible black dads gives me hope | Life and style | The Guardian
My childhood gave me two role models for fatherhood – my biological father, who vanished, and the man I called Dad. I know which I prefer
Parenting  Fatherhood  BlackPeople  BlackMen  JosephHarker  TheGuardian  Opinion  Comment  RaceIssues  Society 
march 2019
Crossing Divides: The friends who are good for your brain - BBC News
Creative thinking is essential for everything from solving problems to personal fulfilment. So, how can we do more to nurture it?
BBCNews  Research  Psychology  Friendship  Friends  Creativity  Thinking 
march 2019
European Indoor Championships: Katarina Johnson-Thompson & Laura Muir win gold on day one - BBC Sport
Katarina Johnson-Thompson took gold in the pentathlon and Laura Muir retained her 3,000m title in style as Britain led the standings after day one of the European Indoor Championships.
BBCSport  Athletics  KatarinaJohnson-Thompson  Success  NiamhEmerson  EuropeanIndoorChampionships  SportNews 
march 2019
Space Jam 2 finally gets a release date - BBC News
The release date for Space Jam 2 has been announced - so clear your diary for 16 July 2021.
SpaceJam  Film  FilmNews  BBCNews  MichaelJordan  LeBronJames  Animation  LooneyTunes  BugsBunny  Sequels  2021 
february 2019
The Observer view: Jeremy Corbyn must honour his party’s pledge | Opinion | The Guardian
The Labour party has a duty to speak out for all those alarmed by Theresa May’s strong-arm tactics for the sake of the country
JeremyCorbyn  LabourParty  Brexit  EUReferendum  EU  Europe  EuropeanUnion  UKPolitics  Politics  Article50  UKParliament  Voting  People'sVote  Remainers  2019  Editorial  TheObserver 
february 2019
Keeley Hawes: ‘We all need to be more positive’ | Global | The Guardian
Keeley Hawes has cornered the market in playing complex characters, but off-screen is there a role for life’s simpler pleasures? She talks to Rebecca Nicholson about the joys of TV, meeting her husband on set – and caravanning with Emma Bunton
TheObserver  KeeleyHawes  Interviews  TheGuardian  Drama 
february 2019
It’s almost impossible to function without the big five tech giants | John Naughton | Opinion | The Guardian
As a US journalist discovered to her cost, trying to live without Google, Amazon and their ilk is a monumental problem
Amazon  Google  Apple  Microsoft  Facebook  Technology  TechJournalism  TechFeatures  Experiments  Comment  TheGuardian 
february 2019
Michael Jackson and George Harrison: Rare radio interview restored - BBC News
Forty years ago, two of music's biggest stars walked into BBC Radio 1 and sat down to review the week's new releases.
BBCNews  MichaelJackson  GeorgeHarrison  BBCRadio1  BBCRadio  Interviews  Radio  History  MusicHistory 
february 2019
Brexit: How ready is the UK government for no deal? - BBC News
The government isn't ready for the prospect of the UK leaving the EU with no deal in two months' time, according to a report from the Institute for Government.
BBCNews  UKParliament  UKGovernment  Brexit  NoDealBrexit  TheresaMay  BBCRealityCheck 
february 2019
Labour will be punished by voters if it gives any backing at all to Brexit | Polly Toynbee | Opinion | The Guardian
Jeremy Corbyn’s offer to soften his party’s stance is at odds with a new poll showing the depth of opposition to Brexit
PollyToynbee  Opinion  TheGuardian  Comment  Brexit  LabourParty  JeremyCorbyn 
february 2019
The definite article | English Grammar | EF
The word "the" is one of the most common words in English. It is our only definite article. Nouns in English are preceded by the definite article when the speaker believes that the listener already knows what he is referring to. The speaker may believe this for many different reasons, some of which are listed below.
EnglishLanguage  Grammar  Meaning  Education  Language 
february 2019
In pictures: Sony World Photography Awards shortlist - BBC News
The shortlist for the Open and Youth competitions in this year's Sony World Photography Awards has been announced. The competition received 326,000 entries from 195 countries.
Photography  Awards  SonyWorldPhotographyAwards  BBCNews  Pictures 
february 2019
9 LinkedIn Default Settings You Need to Change IMMEDIATELY
Today, we’re going to take you through what the core settings associated with your LinkedIn account are, what they do, how to change them, and our recommendations in relation to these settings. So go on, open up your LinkedIn account and make any relevant changes to your profile as we go along.
LinkedIn  SocialMedia  Privacy  Recruitment  Jobs  JobSearching  Talent 
february 2019
Delete your account: leaving Facebook can make you happier, study finds | Technology | The Guardian
Despite all the scandals of the past year, here we are, still on Facebook, a couple of billion of us spending about an hour a day in its iron grip. Now a new study suggests it’s making us feel bad.

That’s in part because we may be addicted. Want to feel better? Delete Facebook.
Studies  Facebook  TheGuardian  Research  Happiness  SocialMedia  Wellbeing  MentalHealth 
february 2019
Eyelid problems - NHS
What to do if you have a lump on your eyelid, or an eyelid that's swollen, sticky, itchy, drooping or twitching.
NHS  NHSChoice  Eyelids  Health 
january 2019
An artist's paintings of East End London are finally gaining recognition - BBC News
Doreen Fletcher started painting scenes of East End London in 1983 but gave up in 2004 after being discouraged by a lack of recognition.
DoreenFletcher  BBCNews  Painting  Pictures  London  EastLondon  Art  Arts  1980s 
january 2019
Chris Evans launches new Virgin Radio breakfast show - BBC News
Chris Evans said it was "so great to be back on Virgin" as he launched his new breakfast radio show. It's his first since he exited BBC Radio 2 on Christmas Eve after nine years of fronting the breakfast show there.
ChrisEvans  VirginRadio  BBCRadio  BBCRadio2  BreakfastShows  BBCNews 
january 2019
The Cutting Room Floor
The Cutting Room Floor is a site dedicated to unearthing and researching unused and cut content from video games. From debug menus, to unused music, graphics, enemies, or levels, many games have content never meant to be seen by anybody but the developers — or even meant for everybody, but cut due to time/budget constraints.
Gaming  VideoGames  Demos  Debugging  Unused  Music  Graphics  GameDesign  Wiki 
january 2019
PSC » List of Ps3 Demo disc
A list of selected PS3 demo discs, from Official PlayStation Magazine UK, and others. List unconfirmed.
Gaming  VideoGames  PlayStation  PlayStation3  PS3  Demos  DemoDiscs  Wiki 
january 2019
Complete List of Demos and Tool Discs - PCSX2 Wiki
This is a complete list of demo and tool discs available on the Wiki with AKAs and some of the properties (including serial numbers and release dates for each region). The list is not created on the regular basis so the actual data may differ a bit from that of the list.
Gaming  VideoGames  PlayStation  PlayStation2  PS2  Demos  DemoDiscs  Wiki 
january 2019
Complete list of PlayStation demos on the UK store - PlayStation Forum
The PlayStation Store's search functionality for demos leaves a lot to be desired. There are sections for demos but they're quite incomplete. Until such a time as the store keeps a perfect record of all its demos and trial versions, I present my own list here, which I update on a regular basis.
Demos  PSN  PlayStationNetwork  PlayStationStore  PS4  PlayStation4  PS3  PlayStation3  PSVita  PlayStationVita  PSP  Gaming  VideoGames 
january 2019
Why do they remove old demos on the PSN store but not on the Xbox Marketplace? - PlayStation 3 Message Board for PlayStation 3 - GameFAQs
On PSN, developers pay for the downloads and bandwidth used, so it make sense for them to have them pulled off after some time. If the demo is in your download history, you can still download it though, even if it's no longer available in the store.
Demos  PSN  PlayStationNetwork  PS4  PlayStation4  PS3  PlayStation3  Gaming  VideoGames 
january 2019
Final Fantasy XIII-2 demo | Final Fantasy Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia
A playable demo of Final Fantasy XIII-2 was released on PlayStation Network and Xbox Games Store on January 10, 2012, in North America and on January 11, 2012, in Europe. The demo is free to download and requires 1.778 GB of free space for the PlayStation 3, and 1.29 GB for Xbox 360. [This demo does not appear on any OPM UK demo discs.]
FinalFantasy  Demos  PS3  PlayStation3  SquareEnix  2009  Gaming  VideoGames 
january 2019
Final Fantasy XIII demo | Final Fantasy Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia
The only playable Final Fantasy XIII demo that was released to the public was bundled Japan-exclusively with the Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Complete. The Final Fantasy XIII demo takes as much as 5.09GB of space on the blu-ray disc, which may be why it or any other playable demo was never released outside of Japan as a download-only feature, although Square Enix considered this at some point.
FinalFantasy  Demos  PS3  PlayStation3  SquareEnix  2009  Gaming  VideoGames 
january 2019
The week in radio: Seriously…; Overage Drinkers; Philip Glass: Taxi Driver; The Bin Laden Tapes | Television & radio | The Guardian
Radio 4 got its documentary house in order - Last week, with little fanfare, the station changed its Documentary of the Week podcast to something called Seriously… (Aug 23, 2015)
SeriouslyPodcast  Podcasts  Radio  BBCRadio  BBCRadio4  MirandaSawyer  Documentaries 
january 2019
BBC Radio 4 - Seriously..., Seriously... - What's Rhianna Dhillon been listening to?
Rhianna Dhillon is the the new voice of Seriously… Formerly BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra’s film critic, she also presents film podcast Back Row with her boyfriend Mike Muncer, and BAFTA's The Guru podcast. She tells us what she’s been listening to recently.
BBCRadio4  SeriouslyPodcast  RhiannaDhillon  Podcasts  Storytelling 
january 2019
Brexit vote: What could happen next? - BBC News
MPs are to get their say on Theresa May's Brexit deal on Tuesday - five weeks after the vote was postponed because the government seemed likely to lose. So what would happen if the Brexit deal is rejected?
Brexit  BBCNews  TheresaMay  UKGovernment  UKPolitics  Politics  LabourParty  ConservativeParty  UKParliament 
january 2019
'I want to stand up for every woman experiencing abuse' - BBC News
When nude photos of leading Ugandan model Judith Heard were published without her consent last year she not only found herself under arrest, but also under attack in the media and online. To break this pattern of victim-blaming, she is now urging Ugandan women to talk openly about sexual abuse - and to show solidarity with one another. She told her own story to Sophie Hemery and Alice McCool.
JudithHeard  Uganda  Modelling  Models  Abuse  Harassment  MentalHealth  BBCNews 
january 2019
Janelle Monae books Glastonbury slot - BBC News
R&B star Janelle Monae is the latest headliner to be confirmed for the Glastonbury Festival.
JanelleMonáe  Glastonbury  2019  RnBMusic  Music  MusicNews  BBCNews 
january 2019
Our response to Improbable’s blog post (and why you can keep working on your SpatialOS game) – Unity Blog
"Improbable published a blog post regarding their relationship with Unity earlier today. Improbable’s blog is incorrect." says Unity.
UnityTechnologies  Improbable  EpicGames  Unity  SpatialOS  UnrealEngine  GameEngines  GameDevelopment  Technology  Conflict  Gaming  GamingNews 
january 2019
Obi Strip - MusicBrainz Wiki
An obi strip is a piece of paper wrapped around the spine of Japanese CDs, DVDs, movies, or books sometimes referred to as a "spine card".
ObiStrip  Japan  Japanese  CDs  DVDs  Film  TV  Books  Manga  VideoGames  Media  Packaging 
january 2019
Evelyn Dove - Wikipedia
Evelyn Mary Dove (11 January 1902 – 7 March 1987) was a British singer and actress, who early in her career drew comparisons with Josephine Baker. Of West African and English parentage, Dove built a solid reputation in Britain through her work with the BBC in the 1940s, and also performed internationally, travelling to France, Germany, Italy, Austria, the Netherlands, Hungary, the United States, India and Spain.
EvelynDove  Wikipedia  BlackBritons  BlackBritish  BlackWomen  1940s  1950s 
january 2019
BBC 6 Music breakfast show: Lauren Laverne reveals her plans for her new show - Radio Times
The presenter discusses taking over from Shaun Keaveny as the host of 6 Music's breakfast show – and why radio needs to be more diverse
BBC  BBCRadio6Music  BBCRadio  LaurenLaverne  BreakfastShows  Radio  RadioIndustry  MirandaSawyer  RadioTimes 
january 2019
Luther series 5 episode 4 review: is this really the end? | Den of Geek
Is this the last ever episode of Luther? Do we know that? Because it both does and doesn't feel that way. Even if it is supposed to be (and like I say, I don't actually know), enough has been left hanging that I feel another go-around wouldn't be entirely a bad idea.
Luther(TVSeries)  IdrisElba  NeilCross  DenOfGeek  Reviews  TVReviews  TV  BBC  BBCStudios  2019 
january 2019
The Last of Us: Joel Edition and Ellie Edition announced! - PlayStation.Blog.Europe
The Last of Us is coming to PAL regions on 7th May, 2013. The game centres around two key characters, Joel and Ellie, and their journey across a post-pandemic United States. To celebrate these very special characters we’re delighted to announce The Last of Us: Ellie Edition and The Last of Us: Joel Edition – two special editions of the game exclusive to PAL regions.
TheLastOfUs  PlayStation  PlayStationBlog  SCEE  NaughtyDog  SpecialEditions  LimitedEditions  PS3  PlayStation3  Gaming  VideoGames 
december 2018
Can we learn to love French pop music? - BBC News
A French language radio station launching in the UK will play mostly Gallic pop. Could this be the right time for Britain to rethink its sniffy attitude to le genre?
FrenchLanguage  FrenchMusic  BBCNews  BBCNewsMagazine  Nemone  PopMusic  Radio  Music 
december 2018
O2 4G data network restored after day-long outage - BBC News
Mobile operator O2 has said its data networks have been restored after a day of disruption for smartphone users.
O2  Mobile  MobileData  Technology  Telecoms  Business  ConsumerAffairs  TransportforLondon  TfL  Outages  BBCNews 
december 2018
fredbutlerstyle: Monday 19th June: "Propa Tee" exhibition at The Southbank Centre
My archive Björk t-shirt in "Propa Tee", an exhibition at The Southbank Centre curated by M.I.A, Gorillaz co-producer Remi Kabaka and art director Harris Elliott.  The showcase of 40 years of music t-shirts takes place in the Archive Studio space as part of M.I.A's Meltdown Festival for this Summer.  
Music  Fashion  Art  SouthbankCentre  RemiKabaka  HarrisEliott  T-shirts  Blog  Photos 
december 2018
Propa Tee: 40 years of Music in Tee Shirts
Explore music, fashion and memory through music t-shirts in this exhibition curated by M.I.A, Remi Kabaka and Harris Eliott.

The exhibition comprises t-shirts entirely from personal collections, giving an insight into a range of musical subcultures, movements and genres from the 1970s onwards.
Music  Fashion  Art  SouthbankCentre  RemiKabaka  HarrisEliott  T-shirts 
december 2018
A Duty to Inform, as well as Entertain: The BBC On the Edge of an Abyss
Peter Jukes on the BBC's failures to inform and educate in recent current affairs coverage of Brexit and other UK politics stories. // 2018 has been a troubling year for those who support public service broadcasting and the national broadcaster's remit to INFORM not just entertain.
BylineMedia  PeterJukes  BBC  BBCNews  Brexit  EUReferendum  UKPolitics  Politics  CurrentAffairs  Media  MediaNews  Misinformation  FakeNews  Education  Lies  Truth  News  NewsMedia  Broadcasting  BroadcastJournalism  Journalism  LongReads 
december 2018
BBC - 19 albums we're looking forward to in 2019
2019 looks set to be another amazing year for music lovers. As ever 6 Music will be your trusted guide to all the new releases, with our new daytime line-up of Lauren Laverne at Breakfast, Mary Anne Hobbs in the morning, Shaun Keaveny in the afternoon, and Radcliffe and Maconie at weekends, joining our regular line-up of programmes. From the return of legendary acts (My Bloody Valentine, The Chemical Brothers) to new releases from recent 6 Music favourites (Big Thief, Ibibio Sound Machine) to much-anticipated albums from some of today's most in-demand artists (Childish Gambino, Grimes), here are 19 of the albums we're looking forward to hearing in 2019.
BBCRadio  BBCRadio6Music  2019  Albums  Upcoming  NewReleases  Music  MusicNews 
december 2018
I'd rather have Charlie Brooker's annual Wipe than more Black Mirror - and more than Rob Rinder's Good Year Bad Year - Radio Times
There’s a distinct and definite Charlie Brooker-shaped hole in our Christmas schedules for the second year in a row, with Brooker’s Wipe of the Year taking a back seat due to the hectic writing schedule for his other brainchild, Netflix anthology Black Mirror.
CharlieBrooker  ScreenWipe  BlackMirror  RadioTimes  Opinion  Comment  CurrentAffairs  News  UKPolitics  Politics  Year-in-Review  TVProgrammes  TV  TVNews  TVIndustry  Netflix 
december 2018
Liam Bailey Deals With Self-Hate, Rebirth In 'You Saw the Devil In Me' Video: Premiere | Billboard
Liam Bailey's latest single is called "You Saw the Devil In Me." But the song and its video, premiering exclusively below, is actually about the British soul singer himself seeing those demons.
LiamBailey  Billboard  MentalHealth  Music  MusicNews  SelfCare  SelfLove  SelfReflection 
december 2018
J Hus jailed for eight months for carrying knife - BBC News
J Hus has been sentenced to eight months in jail after admitting carrying a knife in a public place.
JHus  BBCNews  Music  MusicNews  CelebrityNews  Crime  BBCNewsbeat 
december 2018
What is the main plot of each season in the Pokemon anime? - Quora
Hold on to your buttcheeks. This is gonna take a while. I'll tackle this by Generation, giving you a brief overview, the highlights as well as the Community's general opinion of each generation.
Pokemon  GameFreak  Nintendo  Quora  Anime  Manga  TV  Storylines  Cartoons  Children'sTV  FanFiction  Fans  Communities  Reference 
december 2018
Crunchyroll - Wondering What Cardcaptor Sakura All About? Let's Catch Up on the Series before the Clear Card Arc!
Cardcaptor Sakura, created by the acclaimed CLAMP, is making a surprise comeback for the winter 2018 anime season with the Clear Card Arc! As a long-time fan and lover of the series, this girl could not be more happy about the return of the series. It was the first manga set I collected in full, the first series I ever read the whole way through, and the first romance my little pre-pubescent heart truly fell for. I even started writing (terrible) fanfiction purely because of my love for the characters and relationships in the Cardcaptor Sakura series.


But after the new season was announced, I faced a bit of a problem – no one I talked to really knew what the show was about! I found myself at a loss... how could I make sure my friends were as hyped as I were for the show if they didn't know what had happened? After all, the Clear Card Arc being adapted takes place after the events of the first series. If you don't know what happened there, you might find yourself a little out of the loop. So, without further ado, allow me to catch you up!
CardcaptorSakura  Cardcaptors  Crunchyroll  Anime  Manga  TV  Storylines  Cartoons 
december 2018
Found footage (film technique) - Wikipedia
Found footage is a film subgenre in which all or a substantial part of the work is presented as if it were discovered film or video recordings. The events on screen are typically seen through the camera of one or more of the characters involved, often accompanied by their real-time, off-camera commentary. For added realism, the cinematography may be done by the actors themselves as they perform, and shaky camera work and naturalistic acting are routinely employed. The footage may be presented as if it were "raw" and complete or as if it had been edited into a narrative by those who "found" it.
FoundFootage  Film  FilmTechnique  HorrorFilms  Cinematography  Wikipedia 
december 2018
What's happening in Marvel Phase Four? - Digital Spy
Digital Spy breaks down some of the possibilities for Marvel's MCU Phase 4.
DigitalSpy  MarvelCinematicUniverse  Marvel  MarvelComics  Avengers  Film  FilmFeatures 
december 2018
BBC - BBC Studios celebrates 40 years of the Radio Comedy Writer’s Bursary and announces new recipients - Media Centre
BBC Studios is celebrating 40 years of The Radio Comedy Writer’s Bursary, which gives two new writers each year the chance to secure a contract to write for a year across a variety of audio comedy shows.
BBCStudios  BBCMediaCentre  RadioNews  RadioIndustry  Comedy  CatherineBrinkworth  Radio 
december 2018
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