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Animal-lovers can look forward to many great programmes on the box this festive season. Here are 10 of the best.
Rolf’s Animal Christmas
Christmas Eve, 6pm, Channel 5
This Yuletide special from everyone’s favourite cartoonist-turned-pet-lover features a host of heart-warming and memorable stories from the popular series Rolf’s Animal Clinic. The programme reveals […]
On the eve of their 80s Here and Now tour, Julian Hall surfs the wave of nostalgia with 80s pop icons Hazel O’Connor, Clare Grogan and Kim Wilde
What do you think of the 80s revival?
Kim Wilde: I’m amazed it’s still going on. Perhaps the further we get […]Continue Reading →
Paul Merton is on a one-man mission on to bring silent cinema to the masses. He’s back on the road with Silent Clowns, the live show he first toured on the back of his popular BBC Four programme of the same name. Merton introduces a feature length silent movie and a couple of […]Continue Reading →
Matchbox Contributors, Matchbox Events, Matchbox Tribes and Rant; all examples of contributions to Matchbox, a lifestyle magazine for West London, over the course of 2006/2007
The new Marc Jacobs store on Mount Street, Mayfair, is the designer’s second European store, after this year’s Paris opening. To mark the occasion Marc […]Continue Reading →
Raquel Cassidy interview, Summer 2007
From Teachers to Party Animals via Lead Balloon, Raquel Cassidy is rarely off our screens these days. Julian Hall talks to the actress sleeping late, empathising with murderers and ‘getting mucky’…
I’ve arranged to meet Raquel Cassidy at a cafe next door to […]Continue Reading →
Ross Noble interview, Spring 2007
Star of the Edinburgh Festival and voted 10th best stand up of all time, Ross Noble is a comic phenomenon. Julian Hall catches up with him ahead of his latest world tour.
There are no two ways about it, Ross Noble is a comic phenomenon. You may not have seen him on […]Continue Reading →
An Uncommon Correspondent
Julian Hall talks to award-winning journalist John Pilger
Celebrated and controversial campaigning journalist and film-maker John Pilger, whose forty-year career includes extensive work for national newspapers (both here and in his native Australia), a stint as a reporter for TV’s current affairs flagship show World In Action, and seminal documentaries […]Continue Reading →
The cup floweth over
Julian Hall looks back Chelsea and Fulham player’s World Cup performance and forward to the new season.
There was a stage of last season where it looked like south-west London’s two premiership teams might be shoring up both ends of the division. Luckily for the determined manager Chris Coleman and […]Continue Reading →
Laughter Lines, article about the comedy heritage of the Central Trains region.
The Connect region can lay claim to some infamous comedy hotspots. The Independent’s comedy critic Julian Hall gives a run down of some of the best.
Let’s start with Liverpool – in the north-west of the Central […]Continue Reading →
Comedian Arthur Smith has been strutting his stuff at the Edinburgh Fringe for nearly 30 years. On the eve of the city’s festival season he talks Julian Hall about his long association with the Scottish capital-and offers some tips on how to make the most of your festival experience.
Last year, […]Continue Reading →