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Poor reactions to Sherlock’s writings

And one more:

BBC Films attends the Testament of Youth Gala Premiere

Colin about filming the scene at the lake

this is just Colin’s interview bit of the clip on bbc.co.uk
here’s DL for the complete clip (interview with Kit, Taron etc.) feel free to use or re-up wherever you want :)
DL for just Colin’s bit

In England 1464, the two sides of the same family have been at war for nine years to take the thrown of the kingdom. As The House of York’s™ Edward IV (Max Irons) is crowned the King of England with the help of the master manipulator Lord Warwick (James Frain), a damaged and highly religious Margaret Beaufort (Amanda Hale) from The House of Lancaster would stop at nothing to see her young son Henry Tudor take the throne. With the help of her mother and a self-proclaimed sorceress Jacquetta (Janet McTeer), a captivating and beautiful commoner Elizabeth Woodville (Rebecca Ferguson) falls in love with Edward IV and secretly marries him. As Warwick’€™s plan for control over the King of England crumbles right before his eyes, he will stop at nothing to maintain his grip on the throne. [x]

RADIO NEW EPISODE: David Tennant On Just A Minute Next Week 

David Tennant’s second episode of Just A Minute will air on Monday 30th March at 6.30pm on BBC Radio 4. David will once again be joined by fellow panelists Julian Clary, Stephen Fry and Paul Merton.

You can listen to the show live worldwide from the BBC Radio 4 website here.

David previously made his debut on the February 9th edition of the show. On his first go he astounded the audience, his co-panellists and veteran host Nicholas Parsons by speaking for a full minute on the subject of ‘Exit…Pursued By A Bear’, the first time in the programme’s 47 year history that a newcomer has achieved such a feat.

You can listen to David’s first episode of Just A Minute here.

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On This Day in History March 30, 1981: United States President Ronald Reagan was shot and seriously injured outside the Washington Hilton Hotel after giving a speech to the Building and Construction Trades Department of the A.F.L.-C.I.O. The would be assassin was John W. Hinckley Jr who fired six shots before being subdued by the Secret Service. Also wounded were White House news secretary James Brady who suffered severe head injuries, Tim McCarthy of the Secret Service and Washington D.C. police officer Thomas Delahanty.

Who was John W. Hinkley Jr. and why did he shoot President Reagan? According to the post 1981: President Reagan is shot from the BBC On This Day 1950-2005 website:

John Hinckley, 25, the son of an affluent oil industry executive, was charged with trying to assassinate the president fuelled by an obsession with actress Jodie Foster and a desire to impress her.

President Reagan would recover fully. Brady would survive his injuries but would be paralyzed on his left side and confined to a wheelchair for the rest of his life. 

Brady would become an ardent supporter of gun control regulation. On November 30, 1993, the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act was signed into law by President Bill Clinton. Brady would pass away on August 4, 2014. Hinckley was found not guilty by reason of insanity in 1982 and has been confined to a mental hospital since. 

For Further Reading:

My favorite facts from Your Life On Earth on the BBC website. They how so much more too it’s pretty impressive.

Reminder: Gizoogle exists and it is HILAIRE
Gizoogle renders not only your Google searches, but the first level of pages turned up by such searches into ‘gangsta slang’ AND IT IS PRICELESS.

BBC News website cookies message under Gizoogle reads:

From the Daenerys Wikipedia page:

Seriusly, dudes, Gizoogle your own pages and wet yourself.

VIDEO FRIDAY — EXCERPT FROM MATT’S INTERVIEW ON BBC ARTS ONLINE

On March 3, the BBC website released an article and video interview with Matt that was filmed right before his one off gig in February.  This is the first half of the interview.  I published the second half last week.  The full interview can be seen here [x].  If you are not in the UK, you can use the browser app Hola to see BBC iPlayer videos.  In this portion of the interview Matt talks about working with Vic and Bob.

Messi better than Ronaldo, says Pele

Messi better than Ronaldo, says Pele

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El Clasico: Barcelona v Real Madrid



Venue: Nou Camp. Date: Sunday, 22 March, 20:00 GMT



Coverage: Live text commentary plus report, ratings and analysis on BBC Sport website from 18:30 GMT



Brazil legend Pele says Lionel Messi has outshone Cristiano Ronaldo as “best in the world” over the past decade.

Argentina and Barcelona…

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Video Update: Maxine Peake, Zinnie Harris & Vicky Featherstone discuss 'How To Hold Your Breath'

http://maxine-peake.com/2015/03/18/video-update-maxine-peake-zinnie-harris-vicky-featherstone-discuss-how-to-hold-your-breath/

Video Update: Maxine Peake, Zinnie Harris & Vicky Featherstone discuss ‘How To Hold Your Breath’

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Remember the interview from the BBC Arts website? You can now watch it below on our site, enjoy:

http://maxine-peake.com/download/Projects/How%20To%20Hold%20Your%20Breath/How%20To%20Hold%20Your%20Breath%20-%20Main.mp4

Actor Maxine Peake, writer Zinnie Harris and director Vicky Featherstone discuss the play

Thanks Kathryn Morris UK for helping us out!

Paracetamol ‘no good for back pain'

Paracetamol ‘no good for back pain’

By James Gallagher Health editor, BBC News website

  • 1 April 2015
  • From the section Health
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Paracetamol is ineffective at treating back pain and osteoarthritis despite being a recommended treatment, a group of Australian researchers has warned.

Their review of 13 clinical trials, published in the British Medical Journal, said the drug did not reduce disability or…

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BBC News - Home: BBC News website changes for Africa coverage

BBC News - Home

The latest stories from the Home section of the BBC News web site.

BBC News website changes for Africa coverage
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/blogs-the-editors-32087099licRSS20-sa
Mar 30th 2015, 10:36

How the BBC News website’s coverage of African news is changing

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Office workers 'too sedentary'

Office workers ‘too sedentary’

By James Gallagher Health editor, BBC News website

  • 27 March 2015
  • From the section Health

Office workers need to get off their backsides and move around more, according to a new campaign.

On Your Feet Britain says sitting for long periods at work is linked to a host of health problems, which are not undone by working out in the gym.

It is calling on people to stand…

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