Are you like me? I aspire to earn a crust from writing so I have to write a lot of words, put in a lot of hours and basically fail a lot. But I love to write. And I don’t have much else to do at the moment. But getting started, sitting down to actually … Continue reading The First Step Is Often The Hardest – How Not To Procrastinate
A festive treat for followers of No Script For Life - a nice, quick Christmassy short story. or perhaps it's flash fiction, I don't know but I hope you enjoy it. The Christmas Tree Stripper Anglesey Herman doesn’t get drunk at Christmas any more. He can’t trust himself not to say “something stupid” , by … Continue reading The Christmas Tree Stripper (Original Short Story / Flash Fiction)
Douglas Wilmer played Arthur Conan-Doyle’s world famous detective in thirteen episodes made by the BBC in 1964, so why is his performance still considered by many to be the defitive take on the role?
Broton, Warlord of the Zygons has been a bit naughty again. Please enjoy this short audio adventure.
Possibly the most atmospheric, perhaps one of the most essential and certainly the loudest episode of Blake’s 7. It's a typical Saturday afternoon, and the rain is slanting down from a blueless grey sky. Typical for us in the UK, anyway. But what could be better than sitting down with some easy lunch and continue … Continue reading Blake’s 7,000 decibels. It’s ToW Brian Blessed
When is a sport not a sport? When it’s entertainment, apparently. As we approach the end of the snooker season and the beginning of Wimbledon, there are again quiet rumblings in the Force about what is, and is not, sport. Quite recently, snooker fans have had the wind snatched from their sails as commentators and … Continue reading When is a sport not a sport?
Our special three part series on grudges concludes with a poem specially written for the occasion.
At last! A guide to help you hold and maintain a grudge. Part 1 of 2.
Snooker's most perrenial almost-man finally lands a big one.
Has Judd Trump shaken off his reputation as an 'entertaining under-achiever' and finally changed the narrative?
Recounting the days when this city boy went reluctantly rural, and the unsettling effects it had.