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Being Frank for the final time

Amidst the ancient halls of learning, quaint shops and scholarly streets of Oxford is a little pub called the Eagle… Continue reading »

The Hunger Games; don’t bother.

I’m sure you’re all aware of the massive blockbuster success of the movie ‘The Hunger Games’ at cinemas at the… Continue reading »

The Cross, the Queen, and Dawkins

What do these three have in common?  Probably nothing besides the fact that they’ve all brought Christianity into the headlines… Continue reading »

No Miracles Here?

Apologies for the empty spaces the last two Wednesdays – no I didn’t give up posting for Lent.. Last week… Continue reading »

Dante, Dust and the Divine

‘Midway upon the journey of our life I found myself in a dark wilderness, for I had wandered from the… Continue reading »

Vive Dickens!

“…Sir,” I answered, “there are certain writers to whom humanity owes much, whose talent is yet of so shy or… Continue reading »

Tintin and Real Boys

At one stage or another everyone, I think, must have received that email about the way things were in ‘the… Continue reading »