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I’ve not really mentioned the Staffordshire Hoard here on the Brownhills Blog. It’s not that I’m not interested in it – it’s a fascinating, huge discovery – it just seems to me that so much has been broadcast, written and … Continue reading
Regular readers with sharp minds may remember that way back in August, I took umbrage at Express & Star columnist Peter Rhodes, following his smug, snide snipe about all this ‘new’ citizen journalism not being as diligent and honourable as … Continue reading
Whilst zipping down the Tissington trail last Saturday (8th August 2009), I was listening to a BBC Radio 4 podcast of the previous days ‘The Now Show’, a current affairs comedy program, fronted by Hugh Punt and Steve Dennis. The … Continue reading
I see the anti-science pixies are at work again. Political Penguin has written a sensible, common sense response to some largely recycled scarelore appearing on the Labourlist site. Labourlist and and vaccination woo-mongering | Political Penguin. I also suggest anyone … Continue reading
Dr. Ben Goldacre does it again – dismantling PR statistics with wit and aplomb… Home taping didn’t kill music – Bad Science. Check out the whole ‘Bad Science’ blog while you’re there.