It's not a lot but it's all I've got this morning. Apart from the fact that Tom Hardy is still a massive bellend.
deep_stoat 9:26, reply
that an enterprising UK TV channel bought the rights to Ms. Scanlon's RTE oeuvre screened last year? She is, undoubtedly, a 'would'.
philanderer 14:51, reply
has been signed up to 'star' in (yet another) London Gangster film. The Name of the Game. The Director has edited such classics as: The Rise and Fall of the White Collar Hooligan, Strippers vs Werewolves, Essex boys Retribution and, He Who Dares: Downing Street Siege.
So I expect it to me a subtle, nuanced, exploration of the dichotomy of the gangster lifestyle and middle-class familial mores.
whitemaninhammersmithpalais 10:12, reply
Today's emergency Cobra meeting in Whitehall was chaired by none other than the Deputy National Security Advisor Paddy Mcguinness...perhaps he got some help from his uncle Martin *Gets coat, trips over bin*
jimmy_corkhill 14:29, reply
But Colin Murray quitting talksport reminds me of the letter of complaint he sent the Telegraph a few years ago. Colin took umbrage against the Tele calling him a 'boring DJ' and seemed to be considering action until the chap who wrote the article pointed out that the dj set being reviewed consisted of songs by The Killers, Kings of Leon, Oasis, and ended with a Proclaimers song.