Something for the Weekend

In Rambles on June 16, 2006 by alanswan

Had a poxy cold for the past 3 days, but feel somewhat human again today!Music from todays show included Tom Petty, Van Morrison, Pattie Smyth, Corinne Bailey Rae and Bic Runga.

Elswhere, just saw the brand new James Bond trailer which can be found here. After seeing Daniel Craig in a full trailer, I totally stand by what I first thought – he will be a fantastic James Bond. Can't wait for November 17th 06, the day CR is released.

Other movie clips that caught my eye includes Wordplay. According to the site the film "Focuses on the man most associated with crossword puzzles, New York Times puzzle editor and NPR puzzle-master Will Shortz. Director Patrick Creadon introduces us to this passionate hero, and to the inner workings of his brilliant and often hilarious contributors, including syndicated puzzle creator Merl Reagle." Watch out for the John Stewart contrubution – class.

Elsewhere watched World Cup – England Vs Trinidad & Tobago. Now we all know Peter Crouch scored the first goal but did you know he pulled the T&T defenders hair back to make it easier to score. Rubbish? Well I thought so too until I saw this clip. Still love Crouchy though!

Next week on the show – new album from Jewel – Goodbye to Alice in Wonderland. Years free gym membership to a top hotel and all the usual messing.

Have a great weekend.


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