Day: 8 September 2015

Strictly Come Dancing’s Jeremy Vine ‘I’ve been Strictlified’

This week, Strictly Come Dancing's Jeremy Vine talks about his Strictly makeover, or Strictlification With its sequinned costumes, spray tans, top hats and sparkly shoes, the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing is renowned and loved for its dramatic makeovers and fairly tale costumes. Now, the Strictly contestant Jeremy Vine has revealed ...

Bill’s Horrible History : Interview with director Richard Bracewell

By Toby Venables  @TobyVenables Bill – a new British comedy about Shakespeare’s lost years – brings the Horrible Histories crew together on the big screen for the first time, and on familiar territory. It’s already wowed audiences at the premiere at Cambridge Film Festival – but will it bring about ...

Gallery: Feed The Rhino

A gig photographer needs to be made of sturdy stuff. A dedicated tog must have the will to heft their gear on a nightly basis to the best (read: rowdiest) shows in town, risking lens and limb for the killer shot. All of the above – not a problem for ...

Are Robot Servers The Food Industry’s Next Big Thing?

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food Way back in 1989, Robert Zemeckis’ classic cult Sci-Fi blockbuster – 'Back To The Future 2' – predicted that 2015 would behold all sorts of outrageous, futuristic contraptions most probably designed by an outrageous (evidently very prolific) scientist with dreams that even the most ...

Tory Evening Standard London Mayoral Hustings – Review

By Abeer Sharma Last Thursday evening the Evening Standard held hustings for the Conservative candidates running to be their party’s chosen one for next year’s Mayor of London election- Andrew Boff, Zac Goldsmith MP, Stephen Greenhalgh and Syed Kamall MEP. Truth be told, the lack of big names compared to ...

A once ignored solution to the age old quandary of monetary union

By James Clark The culmination of the much fabled Bretton Woods Conference of 1944 resulted in the brave claim that a system of monetary union, positioned unshakeably upon the benevolent foundation of US hegemony, had established the conditions for everlasting economic stability. What the Conference had however failed to adopt ...

Trump’s Great Wall of America?

By Oliver Ward The migrant crisis which has dominated the European press this week has brought to light some exceptional examples of human generosity and kindness. From the individuals who brought food and blankets to those in Budapest, to countless numbers who have volunteered their spare beds to those in ...

Seven Most Expensive Mistakes London Property Buyers Make

By Jeremy McGivern, founder of London’s internationally renowned property search agency, Mercury Homesearch It’s very easy to waste a lot of money when buying a property. You can buy a poor property, pay too much or throw money away by paying tax unnecessarily – in the worst cases, people do ...

Review: Hooton Tennis Club – Highest Point In Cliff Town

By Declan Roberts (@DeclanMR) Ranging from tales of never-ending love to nightmare party situations, Wirral-based foursome Hooton Tennis Club have made a heart-on-sleeve debut album. As consistency goes, HTC are the kings. As you progress through twelve tracks of wonderful titles, the slacker-pop of Howler and ‘I Should Coco’-era Supergrass ...