Day: October 9, 2014

Right to wipe, free to pee

Jack Peat reviews Urinetown and a new wave of dystopia created by the conflict of human rights and resource management.  Science and economic observers of India have been confronted by some puzzling statistics of late. Despite certain areas of the country enjoying sustained economic growth there are still vast numbers of children ...

The changing reality of what we leave behind

 By Anand Ramdeo, founder of Planned Departure www.planneddeparture.com Only a decade ago most of us would never have even considered that our digital lives would eventually have real financial, not to mention emotional value.  Yet recent research by PwC revealed that the sum of unclaimed digital assets in the UK amounts to ...

The Kevin Pietersen Saga

Sport News 24/7 By David de Winter - Sports Editor @davidjdewinter @TLE_Sport The fallout from Kevin Pietersen’s imminent autobiography is unlike anything I have previously experienced. The absolute childishness and pettiness of ex-England cricketer Pietersen, the ECB, Graeme Swann and other players connected to the controversy is staggering. Accusations, name-calling, ...

The Imitation Game: London Film Festival Review

The Imitation Game: London Film Festival Review

By Anna Power @powersfilms  A simple story about a complicated man, Alan Turing (Benedict Cumberbatch), the Cambridge mathematician whose unquantifiable contribution to the decoding of Enigma, is a story previously unheralded on screen before The Imitation Game. Based on the book Alan Turing: The Enigma, by Andrew Hodges, the film faithfully ...