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Archive for April, 2010

Of course you do. “Spot the voice-over” has become some sort of a sport (LG, anybody?); it might not contribute much to the fitness of couch-potatoes all over the planet, but it sure is educational. I secretly hope for a showdown between Jack Davenport and Aleksandr the Meerkat.

So here’s something for the audiophiles among you.

JACK DAVENPORT READS FROM GEORGE ELIOT’S STUDY OF PROVINCIAL LIFE, “MIDDLEMARCH”

And if you prefer to see Jack Davenport as well, not only hear him, here’s your chance:

THE UPRIGHT CITIZEN’S BRIGADE THEATRE PRESENTS “RONNA & BEVERLY”
Friday, 30 April, 8pm, 5919 Franklin Ave Hollywood, CA 90028
(323) 908-8702

‘Ronna & Beverly’ is hosted by Ronna Glickman & Beverly Kahn (Jessica Chaffin & Jamie Denbo), best-selling co-authors of ‘You’ll Do a Little Better Next Time: A Guide to Marriage and Re-marriage for Jewish Singles.’ Special guests include Bob Saget, Jack Davenport and Julie Klausner.

You can reserve your tickets here; they cost USD 8.00.

But remember: schedule and line-up subject to change!

In completely unrelated news: I. Want. That. Cooker. (The one on the left – a CookEasi, no doubt!)


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Jack Davenport talks in the Radio Times about this and that, crap television and good music, newsnight and food and yes, there is a baby. That’s fantastic news – not only because kids are great, but also because folks can stop mailing me about it now. Congratulations and all the happiness in the world to Michelle Gomez, Jack Davenport and their wee bairn!

Click the pic to read the interview (special thanks to M. for sharing).
And here’s the perfect song to go with it…!

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BRB

Just a line to let you know that I’ve managed to slip, stumble and fall down the stairs. I got a 7.5 rating for the technique but only a 3.1 for the artistic expression.

Funny, that, seeing how my back is now as colourful as a pavian’s arse…

Anyway, this is just to let you know that I’m not ignoring anybody on purpose and will eventually reply to your mails.

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