It's Thursday, it's 9am, and we continue on with the second installment of The Story of Pop: 2002. This week's entry has a slightly more sadder tone than usual, for reasons that will become apparent as you read on, so let us begin... Artist: AaliyahSong: More Than A WomanReleased: 07/01/2002Writers / Producers: Timbaland / Stephen … Continue reading The Story of Pop: 2002 (Chapter 2)
I am deeply saddened to be hearing and thus writing a post about the news that Girls Aloud's Sarah Harding has passed away this morning at the age of 39, following a year long battle with terminal cancer. Although I never met her or knew her, the news has hit home today in a big … Continue reading Remembering Sarah Harding: pop’s walking primrose
Hello everyone, It's been a strange and sad old weekend, and yet somehow it feels a bit longer than that. Then again, that always seems to be the way when a massive loss happens. Most people reading this post from the UK will already know, but for any international readers among you, the sad news … Continue reading Kindness first, always.
Ask me to name one of my all time favourite sitcoms, and unquestionably, Richard Curtis' classic BBC One staple from the 90s and 00s, The Vicar of Dibley, is somewhere in my top 5. The hilarious antics of the barmy country parish flock of St Barnabas, Dibley, in Oxfordshire, tended to by the show's titular … Continue reading Bless you for watching: The best episodes of The Vicar Of Dibley
I write this special #BlastfromthePast blog about possibly one of my favourite TV shows as a kid on two notes this week. Firstly, on the note of sadness, due to the news that it's much loved central host passed away at the age of 76 this week. But also on a note of trepidation, largely … Continue reading #BlastfromthePast: Rainbow
I always find myself unable to express how I feel when someone in the public eye passes away, more so if that person is someone I admire and respect, as I often feel that what sorrow I feel is probably nothing next to their family and friends'. Which is more than certainly the case with … Continue reading In Memoriam: Robin Williams (1951 – 2014)