Tonight was the world television premier of Red Dust, a court room drama about the most extraordinary court ever: South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission. The story concerns a successful […]
Invevitably the G8 leaders have tried to put the best spin on the agreements reached this week. But there has been real political climate change, and it is clear the […]
A weblog of brilliant photos defying the London bombers. Update: There are so many posts, click here for the very best.
Whilst Little Storping is in the home counties, in reality I’m a little further away from London. But yesterday everyone’s attention was on the capital, and I found myself relying […]
Tony Gardiner, writing in the Telegraph, finds students of mathematicians lacking when called on to combine standard techniques. Apparent improvements in exam results are deceptive…
Never mind his justifiable comments about English cuisine, Pres. Chirac’s real revealation is that the Scottish delicacy has lead to french distrust of the military alliance.
This really is one for nerds. The rest of you skip to the next post… When I first saw “Law & Order” on Five I liked the theme music. On […]
This week I’ve seen two films about the Hubbert Peak. When an oil field is drilled, it takes time and investment for the infrastructure to be set up and the […]