The following is a guest post. Only in Great Britain could you get away with some of the rudest names for a pub that you can ever imagine. Some could be named totally by innocent or created just to sound downright disgusting or offensive.
Before I reached my teenage years I had already had my fair share of house moves, so I got to know quite a few parts of England well. I have holidayed in many places across the British Isles and visited many sights on any serious tourist’s list.
The following is a guest post. Over the Hill is a series of articles based on interviews with people over fifty enjoying life and getting the most out of living in Britain. I wanted to kick the series off with a couple I met only last summer: Stephen and Jennifer McGuigan of Maryport, Cumbria.
The following is a guest post. No doubt you’ve heard the news of the passing of Rik Mayall earlier this week. He was a comic actor and writer and, with his frequent partner in crime, Adrian Edmondson, Mayall was an innovator of 1980’s alternative comedy. He was also one of the founders of The Comic […]
The following is a guest post. Driving to Hastings along the tree-lined A21, you’ll see a sign: ‘You are now in 1066 Country’. It is easy to imagine the Saxon soldiers tramping along a rutted track through the woods to meet the invading Norman horde.
The following is a guest post. The future of the X-MEN depends on the past being rewritten.
The following is a guest post. The recent news that a fire at the Glasgow School of Art resulted in the devastation of the Charles Rennie Macintosh Library was a blow not only to students, faculty and staff, but to admirers worldwide of the art nouveau building. The loss of the structure is mitigated somewhat […]
The following is a guest post. It’s no secret that Leeds is a fantastic city: The bars, the restaurants, the clubs, the shopping, the vibrant music scene, the architecture, the culture, the excellent ring road system encircling the city that gives drivers superb access to the city and surrounding areas, and so on.
Caught between two worlds – The Film Fatales examine one woman’s unique story.