If you haven’t heard of Line of Duty, you must have just come up the Lagan in a bubble. The drama about a police anti-corruption unit has become the BBC’s most watched drama of the 21st century. Until recently I knew very little about it other than the fact that it was filmed in […]
I have had an uptick in subscribers this week, probably listeners of the You Have Permission podcast. Thanks for signing up! You have motivated me to write a blog post for the first time in a while. Might as well address the most pressing current issue on this side of the Atlantic, American chaos notwithstanding: […]
Saturdays are my free days, so today I explored Sapporo city centre. I was initially planning to rent a road bike and go cycling, however the rental shop was closing early and a day’s rental would not have been value for money. I will do it another day. A friend from back home who is […]
I recently turned 18 and I read the newspapers that my Dad bought the day I was born, 7th January 1999. I thought I would share a few highlights – apologies for the dire picture quality. Headlines – Prince Edward gets Engaged Meanwhile in America, Bill Clinton’s impeachment trial began. […]
I have made every effort to make this review spoiler free! During the half term break I read Salmon Fishing in the Yemen by Paul Torday, published in 2006. Even the title is intriguing – the absurdity reminded me vaguely of Round Ireland With a Fridge. I had already watched the BBC film which I […]
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Welcome to my first blog post! I am currently writing from 11,582m as we begin our descent into Buenos Aires, so this will be brief. I thought I should outline what I want to do with this blog. I plan to use it to write about any events I attend, share some of my experiences […]