Look! See! I have a santa hat on in this one! I’m not a morose scrooge! Eat those words dammit!!!
Yeah…Kill the Moon’s happened all over again, I seem to be one of few who really hated it….look, I generally like the ideas I just thought the script needed a shittonne more work
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I wanted a slot to mock any mundane TV shows I feel like talking about for reasons explained in the intro,
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Self indulgent nostalgia: The online series. Yeah this’ll be the slot where I look back like someone’s granddad at all the shows I grew up with or was needlessly obsessed with as a teenager. Mostly retro stuff as I am very backwards looking
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Fellow festive killjoys, let me further harsh your fuzzy lovebubble with how slim the pickings are in this christmas’ TV schedule…really its even more uneventful than last year
The second building brick.
Yeah, this was always the obvious idea, basically running like my fifty shades reviews but shorter in like 10-15 minutes (though open to longer or multi-part ones as yes Bared to you by Sylvia Day is on my list) basically giving myself more opportunity to lampoon cheap disposable books people don’t normally think much about in my usual style. It’d give me opportunity to change up the format as I switch genres as well since this one’s very unlike other stuff I’ve covered before.
The little book of calm (Penguin)
Open sea morning – Puddle of Infinity (youtube’s free library)
The Anti Think Piece: The opposite of journalism
I did a blog for two years about the way in which journalists present the news in my commuting paper “The Metro” called Metroblog (found here: https://stubagful.wordpress.com/category/metroblog-not-sponsored-by-the-metro/)
This would run similarly in taking a story from a big UK news outlet (or Buzzfeed if nothing’s happened that week) and deconstruct the way they do it. It’s more about journalistic technique employed by the British press than the actual events of the news because I find that
more interesting because news is something we take at face value and we don’t realise that because it is written by humans, not data compiling robots, there is always a reasoning and agenda behind it. It’d range from proper serious stories to irreverent fluff like I’ve got this week.