Monthly Archives: November 2014
Mr Turner (despite seeing it with subtitles: “Obscure muttering (in Dutch)”). Tim Spall surely an Oscar contender?
Tierra Peru in Essex Road. Delicious Ceviche with tiger’s milk and crunch corn kernels.
The Missing – harrowing for all parents but compulsive viewing with superb performances.
The report describes a strategy to secure economic growth by supporting businesses across Britain that have the ambition and the capability to “scale-up” more quickly. Targeting more support to fast-growing companies will give the UK a much better chance to “create the next Google.”
It is not a manifesto. It is not full of what will be done, or even what must be done. It is about recommendations and opinions. And, boy, it’s not short of them. It is heaving with shoulds. There are 95 uses of “should” in the report.
Great to visit the newly-renovated Liverpool Everyman, winner of the Stirling Prize, for a BBC North event. celebrating Puppy Love and Moving On.
Puppy Love started airing this week (10pm BBC4 on a Thursday night.
The sublime Kate Duchene and Sarah Ridgeway (who did great work in The Making of a Lady) in Kate Mitchell’s The Cherry Orchard at the Young Vic.