My Top TV Moments of 2015

It’s been a good year on the box, hasn’t it? SkandiNoir is now a generic term to describe any moody, atmospheric murder mystery being unravelled in damp weather, while Mad Men did the unthinkable and ended.

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International dancers to take global stage with first ever live streaming

Silver Medallist Chelsea Andrejic_Genee 2008_Photo Christopher Wahl

Silver Medallist Chelsea Andrejic_Genee 2008_Photo Christopher Wahl

For the first time in its 84-year history, the Genée International Ballet Competition Final will be live streamed online, allowing the dancers of tomorrow to take their debut steps on an international stage with an enlarged global audience of dance lovers and professionals in virtual attendance. Past Genée medallists, such as Leanne Benjamin or Xander Parish, have gone on to work for some of the best ballet companies around the world.

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Sunday Slackers

spaceProductivity: Being late isn’t all bad.

Humanity in Space: The One Earth Message Project – crowdfunding for alien communication.

Art History: Rare photos of Picasso painting with light.

Food: Bacon in all but name – and it’s healthy!

You want me to do WHAT- I'm not here forPhotography: Unexpected famous couplings, and more.

For Writers: How to deal with rejection.

Animals: The Running of the Pugs.

Sport: Brief yet delightful – junior soccer star!

Images: Pixabay Space / Pug

Medway River Festival 2015

Another little snippet of a sunny Saturday in Medway – this time, the River Festival.

I’m not happy with the quality of the Splice video on a desktop, so do yourself a favour and watch it on mobile (most of us do these days I know, but still …)

I’m investigating other apps but those I’ve tried so far seem to be worse quality or restrictive in how many clips you can include. So bear with me while I experiment – or, if you’ve a favourite app for movie making, let me know in the comments 🙂