Culture

Film Review: Safe House

A high-profile fugitive turns himself in to a US consulate in Cape Town and is sent to a CIA ‘Safe House’ for further questioning. It appears fairly quickly however that it is not only the CIA seeking the information kept by the detainee and dangerous forces are at work to intercept him first. 



Slinkachu – Small People

Slinkachu has been working on the ‘Little People Project’ since 2006. By re-modelling and repainting those miniature characters from train sets and photographing them in real-life-size locations the resulting photos give a charming and new perspective.

Byron Burgers

Burger Bunch: Byron Hamburgers

As part of our Burger Bunch series of features I wanted to let you know about MY favourite place to get a burger, Byron. They’ve won loads of awards, and they taste nearly as good as the ones I make at home.

Film Review: Young Adult

Quirky, off-beat, this is usually what Hollywood calls boring movies with no special effects and a weird ending. In the case of Young Adult, these terms can be applied, but in their truest sense. It’s a film that gives quirk and off-beat a good name.

The Taste Test: Walkers Mystery Flavours

Walkers launch 3 new kinds of crisps this week but no-one knows what flavours they are. If you can guess you could win £50,000. We got a head start on the competition.

The Science of Sleep: Zeo Sleep Manager

Believe it or not, 80% of people in the UK don’t feel like they get enough sleep at night. Last week I tested the ZEO Sleep Manager, a device that allows you to monitor sleep patterns and help to improve the quality of your time under the covers.

5 Facts about Burgers

As part of our Burger Bunch series of features, here is 5 ‘sort of’ interesting facts about burgers you never knew you didn’t know.

Another Brick in the Wall: The Art of the Brick

I once made a giant bumble bee that a groom commissioned for his bride as a wedding gift. I also did an entire billboard out of LEGO bricks. It measured 53 feet long and 15 feet high, and used over 500,000 individual LEGO pieces. Welcome to the world of Nathan Sawaya.