From the daily archives:

Sunday, September 8, 2013

Week 36: Prat – Ed Miliband

September 8, 2013

This Week’s Prat of the Week is Labour leader Ed Miliband for his apparent determination to de-fund his own party by making a fuss about absolutely nothing Ed Miliband has had a curious couple of weeks.  He has, since the vote on Syria, been the subject of the worst media demonisation of a leader of […]

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Week 36: Villain – Rupert Murdoch

September 8, 2013

This Week’s Villain is the Australian Press Baron and all round World Class Villain – Rupert Murdoch. We hate this bloke. I mean, really hate him. His record as media mogul or press baron or whatever you want to call him is scandalous. In this country he has helped to drag down the press with […]

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Week 36: Hero – Noel Gallagher

September 8, 2013

This week, our hero award goes to Noel Gallagher for putting William Hague in his place – or at least reminding him where his place is We have often moaned about how little of today’s music reflects austerity Britain (with a few exceptions), whereas our youth was full of music railing against Thatcher. As if […]

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Cine-East Film Club Presents #21: 2005, Good Night and Good Luck (George Clooney)

September 8, 2013

‘There’s a Knickerbocker game on tonight, I’ve got front row seats. Are you interested?  (William Paley) ‘I’m a little busy bringing down the network tonight, Bill’  (Edward R Murrow) This week’s Cine-East Film Club presentation was inspired by my post on the late David Frost, the winner of last week’s Hero of the Week Award.  […]

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