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Chasing Stars

December 31, 2015

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*For Monica, Michelle, Estelle and all the family. This is for you and your beloved Max So my dear friend You have now gone Left us for the stars Whilst we behind are left bereft Left with broken hearts You were our companion Our best friend and more besides Whilst you are no longer here […]

Wrong Time, Wrong Place by Simon Kernick book review

December 27, 2015

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The storyline Four friends meet up after a long time apart and go on holiday together in a remote area of the Scottish Highlands. The holiday is soon cut short upon the discovery of a young foreign girl running naked near their holiday cabin. They take her back to try and help her but she […]

Doctor Who Christmas Special: The Husbands of River Song

December 27, 2015

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The Storyline It is the year 5343 on the human colony of Mendorax Dellora and a man named Nardole arrives at the stationary Tardis to ask the Doctor for medical assistance for a woman on a flying saucer who turns our to be none other than the magnificent River Song, little realising who he is; […]

Doctor Who: Hell Bent review

December 27, 2015

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The Storyline We begin the final part of this trilogy by finding the Doctor in Nevada in the small diner where his previous incarnation once visited to find Clara is back and behind the counter serving with him the only customer and he does not recognise her at all? They make small talk as he […]

Star Wars: The Force Awakens review

December 17, 2015

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The Storyline We start with a battle on a planet where rebels are hiding from the First Order. A pilot tries to fight his way out and orders his droid BB-8 to go without him and escape when all seems lost. Stormtroopers are ordered to kill all civilians but one chooses not to and this […]

Starman

December 15, 2015

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Today a humble hero goes into space To the ISS he will live through three seasons Watching the world spin below As we watch in rapt awe This Starman goes where many have gone before He not the first Briton up there either Yet history is made this day As he sits and waits for […]

Prelude

December 6, 2015

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The silent dawn greets tired souls Not a thing stirs out in the chill of dawn Rough sleepers snug tight in their sleeping bags No birdsong their alarm clock this morn Some up to prepare for Sundays roast Kitchens hot with their toil This a day of rest for many Whilst others work to pay […]