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Roads? Where I’m going I won’t need roads…

And now the end is near and so I face the final curtain. So said the Chairman of the Board himself, Frank Sinatra.

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Bitsa ramblings on travel – both time and otherwise

In the mid-90s I briefly took a break from playing Goldeneye on the Nintendo 64 and worrying about who would win the musical face-off between Blur and Oasis to watch children’s television.

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Gammar Nazi puts the word out on language

Earlier this week, for reasons now forgotten, I was looking back over some old articles I had written and came across one which had the phrase ‘Occupied France’.

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Why regular bus journeys could drive you mad

So my R plates come down in just over two weeks. Big whoop I know. Some people reading this column have been driving for years and will be thinking ‘so what?’

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Serious reservations at the ceasing of Ceefax

So here we are in the space year 2012. While we’re not yet living on the moon or eating our meals in pills as TV and films had promised me, one thing promised long ago will definitely be taking place this year – the switching off of the terrestrial television signal in Northern Ireland.

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Blowing off those rumours of Bob’s Baker Street solo

Did you know Bob Holness played the saxophone solo in Baker Street? It took precisely three seconds from the revelation of the former Blockbusters host’s death last week for someone to present the office with that ‘fact’.

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Jog Blog: Week Three

Well, things are getting better. I’m training more, eating cleaner and sleeping like a log. I’m still no Sonia O’Sullivan, […]

Jog Blog: Week Two

Every morning for the past week I’ve set my alarm for 6am to get up and go for a run. […]

Beating the goddess within – and without

In the 10 weeks between now and race day, we will be tracking two Belfast Media Group novice runners in […]

Squinter review of the year

JANUARY STILL no sign of the firebomber who ran through the bustling streets of pre-Christmas Belfast with his head and […]

Yule politics

May we all have a very happy and blessed Christmas. Remembering departed friends and entertaining – and being entertained by […]

From Athens to Andytown, it’s the same old thieving story

THE British Museum has loaned out one of the Elgin Marbles for the first time ever. The State Heritage Museum […]