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Whimsical entertaining television

For the past few weeks I have been watching the television drama Father Brown, which has been on daily at 2.15pm on BBC1. This crime drama lasts an [..]

Reviews

Persona by Ingmar Bergman

by Michael Skywood Clifford Persona is a disturbing film. Its a visual feast and an uncomfortable journey. It's a bit like an-edge-of-your-seat, not-knowing-whats-going-to-happen horror film. It's remarkably simple [..]

Culture, style and the arts, Reviews

The Firefly

By Michael Skywood Clifford It's a beautiful late afternoon and here I am in this wine bar/ pub, an alarming mishmash of style. It may be sunny outside [..]

Culture, style and the arts, Modern life, Reviews

The Hobbit – a review

By Michael Skywood Clifford As a lone artist writing and composing in the wind, the wind is blown firmly out of my sails when I see productions like [..]

Culture, style and the arts, Reviews

The Plough in Worcester

By Michael Skywood Clifford. One of the more interesting pubs in Worcester for the serious ale drinker is 'The Plough', situated on the corner of Fish Street in [..]

Modern life, Reviews

The Dragon Inn in Worcester

By Michael Skywood Clifford. The Dragon is on the edge of Worcester city centre, situated on the 51 The Tything, Worcester, which is slightly north of Foregate Station. It is [..]

Modern life, Reviews

Adele

By Michael Skywood Clifford. Yesterday I saw Adele sing for the first time, on BBC at 8pm, doing a gig at the Royal Albert Hall. I thought she [..]

Culture, style and the arts, Reviews