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Something Old: That Mitchell and Webb Look

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TV is filled with the ridiculous. Programmes that engineer drama and stress out of even just baking a cake, the listings are filled with competitions. With contestants who have devastating back-stories, tears over getting a compliment and observational documentaries that try and Read more ›

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Lost history: Devonshire House, London

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Why, I ask myself, are we so eager to move forward at the cost of our heritage? On my most recent visit to London I took a stroll around Green Park and Piccadilly, where I stumbled across a pair of Read more ›

Must See Web Weekly: Collaborations from Beyond the Grave

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This week we have something that may or may not require a bit of effort (clearly not what  you need if you’re recovering from St. Patrick’s Day celebrations but nonetheless). Google have gone ahead and created an area where you Read more ›

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Something Old: The Banqueting House, Whitehall

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On my last trip to London I paid a visit to one of the most spectacular buildings that I have ever been in, The Banqueting House in Whitehall. The Banqueting House was completed in 1622 by King James I and Read more ›

Something New: Whale Watching in Kaikoura

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Kaikoura  Kaikoura is a coastal town on the East Coast of the South Island. Located in a rocky peninsula,Kaikoura has a population of 3,600 people.  Due to its unique location and the existence of deep ocean canyons, it is a hub for wildlife, plant-life and has Read more ›

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