Monthly Archives: September 2011

Submarine

In what could very well be the best British indie comedy in ages, Submarine tells the tale of 15 year old Oliver Tate and how he has a go at saving his parents’ marriage, whilst he tries to capture the … Continue reading

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The News Quiz wickedly dissects the Queen’s speech

Sandi Toksvig and Co take all the piss one can out of her Majesty’s annual address, on a brilliant News Quiz show (BBC Radio 4) from last year.

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Free Swim – Harmlessly English

As we spotlighted their brilliant EP “Two Hands Are OK” ages ago, we decided it was high time to welcome Paul Coltofeanu and co back for another go round. “Harmlessly English,” a track off FS’s current EP “Yolanda The Panda,” … Continue reading

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MINI Cooper and bull dog become mates

We hold a very special place in our hearts for the MINI. Not only is it one of the finest exports out of England (Oxfordshire to be specific), we just think it’s a brilliant little car in general. We keep … Continue reading

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TSF presents: Basil Fawlty and his crackling wit

For anyone that’s ever worked in a hotel, we’re sure you’ll appreciate this gem from Fawlty Towers, aka one of the finest programmes the BBC ever produced. God bless John Cleese!!

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“There There” live + acoustic

Back in 2003, Radiohead’s Thom Yorke and Johnny Greenwood paid a visit to Musique Plus’s studio in Toronto. In addition to performing such classic tracks as “I Will” and “Like Spinning Plates,” they played this haunting rendition of what is … Continue reading

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Pride & Prejudice Video Diary

This is a bonus feature on the DVD of the 2005 film. It never fails to make us smile wide and wipe away some jubilant/heartfelt tears 🙂

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