Review: Taken 2 and Video Game Films
Simon Pitt | Tuesday 25th June 2013
Simon continues his pattern of reviewing average action films months after their release with Taken 2.
Simon Pitt | Wednesday 22nd May 2013
In which Jason Statham punches a collection of things.
Review: The American
Simon Pitt | Monday 18th March 2013
Working through his DVD backlog, Simon watches
, George Clooney's scrawniest role to date.
Simon Pitt | Sunday 11th November 2012
Bond holds a special place in the British consciousness. But what do we want from Bond any more? And does
give us that?
Review: An Idiot Abroad
Simon Pitt | Sunday 3rd October 2010
Simon reviews Sky's new heavily advertised Gervais/Merchant comedy:
An Idiot Abroad
Review: Soul Music
Robert Weedon | Wednesday 22nd September 2010
Robert reviews one of Radio 4's hidden gems.
Review: Radio 4 Flashmob
Robert Weedon | Thursday 26th August 2010
How do you show a radio programme on television? As Radio 4 make their first Red Button television programme, Robert has a look and wonders if they've missed the point slightly.
Robert Weedon | Monday 26th July 2010
to Doctor Watson, Steven Moffat brings us yet another Sherlock Holmes adaptation, but is it any good?
Robert Weedon | Tuesday 29th June 2010
Tom Hollander's new ecclesiastical sitcom
is the latest sitcom about a member of the clergy, although surprisingly, the first to feature an apparently realistic vicar. Robert discusses why.
Review: Election 2010
Robert Weedon | Tuesday 18th May 2010
After 5 months of intense speculation, hype, and more speculation, the 2010 General Election came and went. But what did the media make of it?
Review: Alice in Wonderland in 2D
Simon Pitt | Sunday 28th March 2010
Simon manages to find a cinema to watch
Alice in Wonderland
in 2D, and reviews Tim Burton's latest Depp-fest.
Simon Pitt | Monday 15th March 2010
As promised nearly a year ago, Simon starts commenting and reviewing websites. This time, 'new' social media site Tumblr. It may be over 3 years old and have 3 million users but most people still haven't heard of it.
Review: A Man Between Three Rivers
Robert Weedon | Sunday 7th February 2010
Robert looks at Anglia Television and the importance of the lost genre of regional ITV documentaries, before examining a particularly fine example from 1975.
Review: Number 10 Immortality at Last
Simon Pitt | Friday 11th December 2009
The fifth in a series of reviews of radio plays considering the current state of the Afternoon Play. Like this review, today's play was the last of a five part series. But with no series stacking and no way of hearing the first four parts now that they're gone, how will this episode fair?
Review: Getting to Four Degrees
Simon Pitt | Thursday 10th December 2009
The fourth in a series of reviews of radio plays considering the current state of the Afternoon Play. Today's afternoon play is another play that isn't really a play but leaves Simon thinking after it's finished.
Review: One in a Million
Simon Pitt | Wednesday 9th December 2009
The third in a series of reviews of radio plays considering the current state of the Afternoon Play. One part maths whodunnit, one part tale of brotherly sacrifice and one part blatant documentary. Simon examines a rather mixed bag of a play.
Review: Winter Storm
Simon Pitt | Tuesday 8th December 2009
The second in a series of reviews of radio plays considering the current state of the Afternoon Play. After a dissapointing start yesterday, Simon's faith in the Afternoon Play is restored by this bleak but haunting tale or words and snow.
Review: Zero Degrees of Separation
Simon Pitt | Monday 7th December 2009
The first in a series of reviews of radio plays considering the current state of the Afternoon Play. Simon is unimpressed by the first Afternoon Play of the week; a mismash of three short plays by 'community writing groups' (putting the 'ew!' into 'New Writing').
Robert Weedon | Friday 13th November 2009
Robert reviews ITV1's latest drama series, and surprisingly, he likes it.