And you can download them now from iTunes…
I’d never heard, for instance, about a potential impact on airline travel: commercial airliners may not operate safely in extreme heat.
I’d say I called this, but it’s such an obvious choice to air that episode that it hardly required any great prognosticatory skills.
And yet I can’t seem to get advanced access to the episodes…
Sure, people who come out to visit a museum will probably spend money in shops and restaurants. But might attending a live-music gig make someone less likely to cheat on their taxes?
Woke to the news of the overnight craziness in Boston, was glued to Twitter and the Web and BBC News all day. Because I couldn’t not.
I’d love to see Benedict Cumberbatch as evil sexy bastard Kerr Avon and, yup, Martin Freeman as Vila Restal.
I mean, it’s so completely mysterious that people could get so caught up in something that doesn’t matter. So I look forward to the BBC’s upcoming feature “Arsenal Supporters: Why Are They So Devoted?”
Soon you will be able to lick David Tennant.
Why does corporate-media sociopathy seem to believe that anything not forbidden is compulsory?