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Saturday Night Movie: The Battle for Britain’s Breakfast

A documentary about the early days of breakfast television might not immediately sound that promising. But this is excellent, and has quite the tale to tell.

Hillsborough

25 years on from such an awful tragedy and it still feels impossible to fully comprehend or articulate anything about the event. 96 people going to a football match and not returning is terrible enough. That they were failed by those who should have kept them safe, is worse. That the day would be followed by lies and cover-ups from…

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sfgiants:

Tonight’s #GoldenGIF - Angel Pagan saving a run and showing off his amazing hair

sfgiants:

Tonight’s #GoldenGIF - Angel Pagan saving a run and showing off his amazing hair

(via mlb)

maxcapacity:

this is the weirdest episode of murder she wrote i’ve ever seen

maxcapacity:

this is the weirdest episode of murder she wrote i’ve ever seen

Thirty years on from the first Merseyside Wembley final…

…this documentary has been doing the rounds. Made in 1984, it is centred around that year’s League Cup Final - the first time Liverpool and Everton had met in a Wembley cup final.

Saturday Night Movie: The Man who Fought the Planners – The Story of Ian Nairn

An excellent documentary, and an excellent entry point to Ian Nairn - after watching this you’ll probably find yourself trawling YouTube for more original footage.

The Road to Erith Pier

The Road to Erith Pier (vaguely psychogeographical stuff about my favourite spot by the Thames)

View from pierThe other Sunday seemed to be the first proper warm day of the year. A day without coats and without regrets about not wearing coats. A day when you can sit indoors, but will feel the guilt creep over you as you see the sun outside, the weather you’ve been waiting for through those months of damp and cold and wind. You feel compelled to go out. (more…)

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Taking Chances

Taking Chances

A new Sharon Van Etten track, a taster for her new album Are We There, due for release in late May. Her previous album Tramp is one of my favourite albums of the last few years. Van Etten can clearly write great songs, but can also create a mood. It is a kind of nebulous concept, but her songs have this feelthat you just don’t hear…

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Saturday Night Movie: Don DeLillo Documentary

This documentary was broadcast over 20 years ago, yet a lot of it still feels relevant and true.

Saturday Night Movie: The Battle for Britain’s Breakfast

A documentary about the early days of breakfast television might not immediately sound that promising. But this is excellent, and has quite the tale to tell.

Hillsborough

25 years on from such an awful tragedy and it still feels impossible to fully comprehend or articulate anything about the event. 96 people going to a football match and not returning is terrible enough. That they were failed by those who should have kept them safe, is worse. That the day would be followed by lies and cover-ups from…

View On WordPress

sfgiants:

Tonight’s #GoldenGIF - Angel Pagan saving a run and showing off his amazing hair

sfgiants:

Tonight’s #GoldenGIF - Angel Pagan saving a run and showing off his amazing hair

(via mlb)

maxcapacity:

this is the weirdest episode of murder she wrote i’ve ever seen

maxcapacity:

this is the weirdest episode of murder she wrote i’ve ever seen

Thirty years on from the first Merseyside Wembley final…

…this documentary has been doing the rounds. Made in 1984, it is centred around that year’s League Cup Final - the first time Liverpool and Everton had met in a Wembley cup final.

Saturday Night Movie: The Man who Fought the Planners – The Story of Ian Nairn

An excellent documentary, and an excellent entry point to Ian Nairn - after watching this you’ll probably find yourself trawling YouTube for more original footage.

The Road to Erith Pier

The Road to Erith Pier (vaguely psychogeographical stuff about my favourite spot by the Thames)

View from pierThe other Sunday seemed to be the first proper warm day of the year. A day without coats and without regrets about not wearing coats. A day when you can sit indoors, but will feel the guilt creep over you as you see the sun outside, the weather you’ve been waiting for through those months of damp and cold and wind. You feel compelled to go out. (more…)

View On WordPress

Taking Chances

Taking Chances

A new Sharon Van Etten track, a taster for her new album Are We There, due for release in late May. Her previous album Tramp is one of my favourite albums of the last few years. Van Etten can clearly write great songs, but can also create a mood. It is a kind of nebulous concept, but her songs have this feelthat you just don’t hear…

View On WordPress

Saturday Night Movie: Don DeLillo Documentary

This documentary was broadcast over 20 years ago, yet a lot of it still feels relevant and true.

A few words about Steven Gerrard, football, etc
Hillsborough
The Road to Erith Pier
Taking Chances

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