Niamh (Photo credit: Iain Purdie)
I’m writing this up a couple of days later, simply as I’ve not had the time since the big event.
Niamh Ann Purdie is our daughter and she was born at 14:50 on July 25th 2012, weighing in at an eye-watering 10lb 7.5oz (4.7kg approx). She is absolutely perfect […]
As if this one needs an introduction. We’d hoped to see it at the IMAX as I saw the first two episodes there. Unfortunately, you have to book at least a day in advance at the Glasgow one due to their steam-powered booking system (assuming you can even find it on their web site). […]
Cineworld (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
After sending my original missive (Dear @ cineworld…) on June 20th, I waited the three working days I was told by the automated email for a response. I then chased them and was told they’d not received it and could I mail them it again? I did. Five days later […]
Doctor Who And The Daleks by David Whitaker My rating: 3 of 5 stars
The second Doctor Who book I’ve ever read – the first was Genesis of the Daleks when I was about 10 years old. It’s based on TV episodes from 1963 and originally published in 1964, though there was a film […]
Extreme Risk: A Life Fighting the Bombmakers by Chris Hunter My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Not so much a follow-up to “Eight Lives Down” as a companion tome, and a far superior one. Whereas the first book covered predominantly Hunter’s involvement in one conflict, Extreme Risk spans several.
It’s also a far more […]