The HitchHiker’s Guide to the Galaxy returns to the radio tonight! Continue reading “Are You Froody? Don’t Panic!”
Podcast: Regressing to Childhood
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With half term having just gone in the UK, Rob talks to his Mum about his childhood reading habits and more. Continue reading “Podcast: Regressing to Childhood”
Sherlock – His Last Vow review
Time for His Last Vow and the final Sherlock of 2014. Continue reading “Sherlock – His Last Vow review”
Sherlock – The Sign of Three Review
It is John’s big day and quite an eventful one for Sherlock as well. What could possibly happen when the Great Detective is your best man? Continue reading “Sherlock – The Sign of Three Review”
Sherlock – The Empty Hearse review
And he’s back. But it took us until the final third of the episode to discover how our favourite detective returned from beyond the grave.
Continue reading “Sherlock – The Empty Hearse review”
Introducing the Sherlock Read-a-long
Happy New Year! And a many happy return to our favourite detective, who is back on our screens tonight on BBC One.
Just how did Sherlock fake his own death? All will be revealed soon but what better way to celebrate than a huge re-read of all the Conan Doyle Sherlock Holmes stories.
Weekend Reads: How to write the Simpsons, Fact-Checking Stephen King and more
Settle down for some reading this weekend with our selection of the best articles we enjoyed this past week. Continue reading “Weekend Reads: How to write the Simpsons, Fact-Checking Stephen King and more”
Weekend Reads: Book Smells, Game of Thrones Dating, I Am Stephen King and more
Settle down for some reading this weekend with our selection of the best articles we enjoyed this past week. Continue reading “Weekend Reads: Book Smells, Game of Thrones Dating, I Am Stephen King and more”
First Look ‘Under The Dome’
I’ve grown up with Stephen King’s novels and to a lesser extent, the many number of adaptations into film or television. For every Shawshank Redemption or Stand By Me there is a Maximum Overdrive or a Pet Sematary. (sic) and many more. King’s novels often struggle when they are adapted as much of the horror comes from within and our own imaginations.
In my early teens we passed around a VHS copy of the television adaptation of ‘IT,’ as Tim Curry forever put a different slant on clowns in what ended up being a great miniseries that was let down only by its television roots and the distinct lack of budget. Remember the ‘spider’?
Podcast: Neverending Stories
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Kate and Rob discuss the stories that we keep returning to and whether it is always a good thing to have a sequel.