Review: Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell

By John Ruberry It's time to take a break from politics. Many times while surfing on Netflix I came across a recommendation to watch the seven-part 2015 BBC One miniseries, Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, which is described as such: "In 1806 ambitious magician Norrell leads a revival of practical magic in England and ignites a … Continue reading Review: Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell

Is Egypt what Germany Could have been if anti-Nazi’s Revolted

C.R. MacNamara:  Just between us, Schlemmer, what did you do during the war? Schlemmer:  I was in der Untergrund: the underground. C.R. MacNamara:  Resistance fighter? Schlemmer:  No, motorman. In the underground, you know, the subway. C.R. MacNamara:  Of course you were anti-Nazi and you never liked Adolf. Schlemmer:  Adolf who? One Two Three 1961 Webster: … Continue reading Is Egypt what Germany Could have been if anti-Nazi’s Revolted

Doctor Who: A Thousand Tiny Wings: Amazon Review

My review of Big Finish #130 A thousand Tiny Wings staring Sylvester McCoy as the 7th Doctor and re-introducing Tracy Childs as Klein is available at Amazon.com here. It is not often that you see a sequel to an adventure, particularly one from 9 years earlier but the unresolved paradox of a Nazi from a … Continue reading Doctor Who: A Thousand Tiny Wings: Amazon Review