It’s a sad occasion when one of your favourite television series comes to an end, how can you fill the void?
Gary worked in the field of Intellectual Property for over 30 years. He is now the Senior Communications Manager at Companies House.
To be honest, I haven’t got much love for Valentine’s Day. Restaurants are crammed with couples who wish they were at home in comfort watching a film.
Having some time off over Christmas and New Year allowed me to catch up with a bit of television viewing. A programme that I like is “Death in Paradise”.
It can’t be far away now. The John Lewis advert is on, Sky movies has a special Christmas channel and Jona Lewie is in a kitchen, trying to stop the cavalry.
Depending on your age, or your hobbies, you could be thinking of two things.
I am quite a fan of podcasts. I tend to download 2 or 3 a week and listen to them either in the evening or sometimes in the car on the way to an event.
Summer is with us, the time of year when many sit in their local beer garden with a pint or bottle of something chilled. And there has never been so much choice.
As the new Premiership season starts this weekend all eyes will be on José Mourinho as he takes the reins at Manchester United.
When it comes to choosing your own name, usually you don’t have a lot of say in the matter. Your parents would have decided this for you.
With the recent return of the Clangers narrated by Michael Palin, I thought it might be interesting to reminisce about other children’s favourites and who were the voices behind these classics.