As our Lost Blogs video collection starts to grow, we have created a page for them. If you haven't seen any of our videos yet, view the short snippet below which gives you a clue as to what they might be about ... but, always expect the unexpected. To go to our new Video Collection... Continue Reading →
There are few things in life that really hack me off, but what happened to me this week goes straight to the top of the hacking off tree. It's silent, menacing and evil. The ultimate way to hack people off. Don't do what I did ... don't let it happen to you ... don't... Continue Reading →
Have you had your daily dose of Randy Rainbow? Randy is a comedian, actor, writer, host and Internet sensation best known for his viral comedy videos ... like this one ... and, although I don't want to go all covfefe on you again quite so soon ... I just couldn't resist it.
50,000 people attended the One Love Manchester benefit concert tonight at Old Trafford. Organised by 23-year-old Ariana Grande to raise funds for those affected by the bombing inside Manchester Arena on 22nd May 2017, which killed 22 people and injured more than 100 others. Those who died will never be forgotten as we all pull together in... Continue Reading →
How can anybody turn their back on Climate Change? It is happening. You cannot escape from it. You cannot ignore it. It is not about making the best business deal, it is about making plans for the long term preservation of our planet and every single one of us have a part to play. Nobody should be exempt. For someone who boasts about making his country great again, President Trump's extraordinary decision to pull out of the Paris Climate Agreement is beyond belief.
I have learned two new words this week. I was unsure about blowhard, the word Jeremy Paxman used to describe Theresa May, so looked it up. Once I had, I thought it would perhaps be more aptly suited to Paxman himself.
Life is a rollercoaster ride of highs and lows and capturing its bittersweet essence in the written word is far from easy, but I can only learn from the brilliance of Willy Russell and Sally Wainwright. And who knows? One day I just might write it right.
In light of recent events, women around the world should reach out to each other and find an inner strength in that solidarity. One day that strength will guide us to finding a peaceful solution to the threat the world currently faces ... through education. Where better to find like-minded women than to support the month-long multi-disciplinary 2017 Women and War Festival which examines the impact of war on women. Now in its second year the Women and War: EXODUS will focus on displacement and refugeeism and will celebrate the lives of exceptional women throughout the years through theatre, music, dance, art, film, performance, poetry, craft, cuisine and comedy.