Monthly Archives: March 2009

Ray ‘The Cat’ Jones rides again!

What a difference a blog makes! The flurry of excitement that kicked off after my January entry on Ray ‘The Cat’ Jones continues apace with the greatest cat burglar of all time being featured in yesterday’s Wales On Sunday. There … Continue reading

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Dress like a banker to fool G20 cops demonstrators warned; fear of attacks as old bill plots violence

London is preparing to go into lock down amid fears of cop violence directed against anyone who dares to make use of those public spaces the authorities have designated as no go zones for the duration of the G20 summit. … Continue reading

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Unseen Polish films of the 1970s & 1980s

I headed over to the RCA in South Kensington on Thursday to catch Controlled Image: The Question of Image Control in Poland in the 70s and 80s. This was funded by the Polish Cultural Institute who in recent years have … Continue reading

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Chucky meets Natural Born Killers?

I always say you can’t get more post-modern than your local Blockbuster video store, and once again I proved this to myself when I popped in this week to find something to watch. I hadn’t noticed it before but lurking … Continue reading

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