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ALL-TIME CLASSIC MOVIE FAVOURITES – THE BISHOP'S WIFE (1947)

Directed by Henry Koster, the Christmas classic, The Bishop's Wife, tells the tale of an Episcopal Bishop, Henry Brougham played by David Niven, who has been working for months on the plans for a new cathedral, paid for by a selfish and stubborn widow Mrs. Hamilton, (Gladys Cooper).
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You Are Both Of You Fantasists

We’re often in dis orchard – dat’s Dixon, McGurk and meself – and normally we’d have some buckets wit us and we’d be up on the trees, proggin apples...

Misfire

The outstanding recurrent mechanism within my dreams has to do with my camera. Like all of us, my dreams are overloaded with spectacular vistas,...
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Stupid Bikes In Small Towns

It’s crap when you get a puncture far from home and you have to walk like a bell-end through the whole town wit yer stupid bike – you never know who...
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Dundee

10. Mr. O’Hare’s a real bastard but even I’d suggest he’s the right man for putting on a play. He’s always coming in with a bow-tie. Very slick. He...
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Review: Tales of Sorcery and Silicone

Well, this is the first time I've tried writing a review in ABC tales. So here goes: ***************************** Tales of Sorcery and Silicone By...
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Hurrymen

My friend Dixon’s fadder is an alco, a wino, a sour old souse too. We all know it. Now here he is lyin in a hape along Legion Avenue. I’ve seen him...
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ALL-TIME CLASSIC MOVIE FAVOURITES – NO HIGHWAY IN THE SKY (1951)

No Highway in the Sky, is a thriller written by Nevil Shute and directed by Henry Koster, in which aeronautical engineer Theodore Honey (James Stewart) is being sent to Labrador from London to examine the wreckage of a new Reindeer class passenger plane designed by his company, Rutland.
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Ice House Hill

6pm. We’re skipping teatime tonight and knocking about on Ice House Hill - that's Dixon, McGurk and meself. It’s chilly, but no sweat because the sky...
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Letter to Corona

Scientists measure the spread of an epidemic by a number called R0, or “R naught.” That number is calculated this way: for every person who develops...