Have you been watching BBC 2’s School Season recently?
For one night only, BBC Points West weather forecaster Ian Fergusson left his weather map behind and went on a journey through the wet, the windy, the sunny, the stormy and the snowiest parts of the West.
As well as being the first day back at college for the new school year, TV duo Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley had their first day in their new job today.
Image: Copyright © Allie Caulfield / CC BY Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve been watching the Swedish police drama, Wallander. Based on the books by Henning Mankell, the TV series stars Krister Henriksson and Johanna Sällström.
© Never Was An Arrow II / CC BY-NC-ND 1350 miles per hour; 23 miles a minute; a mile in every 2¾ seconds; 10% faster than a rifle bullet; Land’s End to John O’ Groats in 24 minutes: Concorde. Captain… Continue reading
The photo above was one my sister took from her little ‘platform’ in the apple tree in our back garden. You can see the full album on my Flickr account. Its quite appropriate really, because yesterday evening saw the end… Continue reading
I have been fascinated over the last couple of days by BBC Newsnight‘s reports about the country of North Korea, which is widely regarded as one of the world’s most secretive countries.
The brand new BBC iPlayer launched in Beta* yesterday. It now contains all the material of the old one, in a slightly different layout for each of the pages. However in addition there is a built in personal area. The… Continue reading
The Digital Switchover for TV viewers in the BBC Points West region is now complete, and the BBC West area is now completely digital.
Last night saw the start of the new series of Dr. Who, starring Matt Smith as the Dr. and Karen Gillan as his companion.