Day: January 31, 2017

Landscape of Horrors

Landscape of Horrors

Landscape of Horrors By Michael McNulty Imagine being trapped in your car, stalked by a truck down endless highways, or chased through the Louisiana swamps by a vengeful group of Cajun hunters. Being stuck in the middle of nowhere, fighting for survival, having to keep your wits about you in ...

Six Nations, Billy Vunipola’s big heart and poor man management

Six Nations, Billy Vunipola’s big heart and poor man management

Sport News 24/7 Episode 21: Bit serious, bit trucky TheLondonEconomic.com Sport brings you Flats and Shanks latest Rugby podcast.  If you love rugby, sport or just changing room japes, you'll love this... This week the lads talk about Billy Vunipola's big heart, poor man management, and the Six Nations. http://rss.acast.com/flatsandshanks/episode21-bitserious-bittrucky/media.mp3 David ...

Private island put on the market for £75 million

Private island put on the market for £75 million

A 26 acre tree-covered private island with marina and beach has been put on the market for £75 MILLION. Pumpkin Key is an "extraordinary" retreat which boasts a three-bedroom main home, two caretaker's cottages and a dock master's apartment. The island, which is a ten-minute helicopter ride from Miami's famous ...

Theatre Review: Years of Sunlight, Theatre 503

Theatre Review: Years of Sunlight, Theatre 503

There’s plenty of drama in Michael McLean’s Years of Sunlight about friendship and the exodus of Liverpudlians living in 1960s slums to new purpose built town Skelmersdale, but Mark Rice-Oxley’s Paul, best friend of parent-less Emlyn, is directed by Amelia Sears to stand as still as one of Anthony Gormley’s ...

FA Cup consumed by its own magic

FA Cup consumed by its own magic

Sport News 24/7 Was the Fourth Round a classic in the annals of FA Cup history? Two non-league sides made it into the Fifth Round hat for the first time this century and lower league sides were toppling their supposed superiors across the board. Magic of the Cup, innit? Not ...