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The Mill Nominated

Digital effects boffins at The Mill have been nominated for their superb work on Voyage of the Damned (via Millenium FX) They’re in the Visual Effects category of the BAFTAs up against some pretty strong competition…. VISUAL EFFECTS sponsored by Autodesk MATT FOX, CHRISTIAN MANZ, TIM HAINES – Primeval (ITV1/Impossible Pictures) VISUAL EFFECTS TEAM –…

I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue

[singlepic=17,320,240,,right]I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue is on tour, this week kicking off at Hammermith Apollo.  And when I say “on tour”, I mean “on tour”.  Humphrey Lyttelton, Barry Cryer, Graeme Garden, Tim Brooke-Taylor, Jeremy Hardy and the pianist Colin Sell are appearing in the second phase of the tour that began in 2007, and…

Curse? What Curse?

[singlepic=16,240,320,,right]They say there’s no curse, but Galton and Simpson are apparently fans of the current BBC Four series The Curse of Comedy. Writing in The Times, they describe how Hancock wasn’t always on the bottle, how Frankie Howerd was always happy (as long as he was centre of attention) and how Steptoe and Son’s Harry…

A Day in the Death Reviewed

The tale of Owen Harper continues in A Day in the Death, as he and the team come to terms with his new found deathness. It is an interesting direction the show has taken with this storyline, one that hopefully will not have a reset button. Owen being dead and Jack being unable to die…

Attack of the Ming Mongs

Unhappy with BBC scheduling? Time on your hands/no life? Well, why not write to the BBC, and express your disgust with Doctor Who being on at 6.20pm. A few months ago, we found out that Doctor Who wouldn’t be on much in 2009. I for one was astonished, and find it doubtful that a rest…

Partners in Crime FX Preview

The website of the popular scifi magazine SFX has an interesting news feature on the visual FX used in next weeks series opener Partners in Crime. The Adipose – the new alien race that we will see in Partners in Crime – will be computer generated beings, and will be realised using the crowd-generating Massive…

Al Murray book reviewed

[singlepic=15,240,320,,right]Causing a certain amount of surprise and a definite source of amusing on Christmas Day was Al Murray’s The Pub Landlord’s Book of British Common Sense. I went off comedy books a few years ago when I was heartily disappointed by Wayne’s World, and hadn’t really recovered – Murray’s tome has restored my faith in…

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