Posted: 1st December 2014 | Written by: Scott Payne
Set during the final allied push into Nazi occupied Germany in WW2, Fury is an unflinching look into the lives of a grizzled veteran, five man tank crew.
Posted: 22nd October 2014 | Written by: Scott Payne
On August 11th this year we lost a comedic genius. The whys and wherefores surrounding his passing need not be discussed in this particular instance as instead, I would like to celebrate one tiny portion of his life that meant a great deal to me, and no doubt countless others, when I was growing up.
Posted: 12th September 2014 | Written by: Peachy Butterfield
If I were a betting man I would wager my wife’s earnings on this: ninety percent of ‘wine poncery’ emanates from the south, rushing over our ‘border’ with notes and finishes of snobbery that taint us lliberally with their tannins.
Posted: 10th September 2014 | Written by: Al Roberts
Following on from my earlier musical tour of the Riviera, here's another playlist compiled especially for you yachties out there. Here's a little something for all those who sail and love music!
Posted: 29th August 2014 | Written by: Chris France
In the south we have London Fashion Week, where designers compete with their fashion collections. In the North, they have 'gurning', the competitive 'art' of pulling disgustingly ugly faces at a Crab Festival.
Posted: 28th August 2014 | Written by: Scott Payne
There’s a little voice inside us all that secretly wants to side with the villain, so let's take a look at the top five cinematic pirates that have washed up on our shores over the years.
Posted: 26th August 2014 | Written by: Chris France
In the south of England we have the Formula 1 Grand Prix, whilst in Yorkshire they have the Knaresborough Bed Race. To my mind neither is worth spending much time watching but at least Formula 1 excites interest and a huge worldwide TV audience for spectacle.
Posted: 26th August 2014 | Written by: Peachy Butterfield
It was day two of the 'Northern Lads Monaco Grand Prix Booze Cruise' and the boys and I were settling down for breakfast, after 'settling in' a bit too well the evening before.
Posted: 7th August 2014 | Written by: Scott Payne
Starring Anthony Hopkins as Lieutenant William Bligh and Mel Gibson as Masters Mate Fletcher Christian, the 1984 film treats its characters a little differently than in previous versions.
Posted: 7th August 2014 | Written by: Chris France
For my birthday I received a book entitled 'Only In Yorkshire'. It was given to me by a most incomprehensible dyed-in-the-wool Yorkshireman who was seeking to 'educate' me.