Category: arts & entertainment

April 26, 2018


WildBear Entertainment, one of Australia’s leading producers of factual content for the domestic and international TV markets, is pleased to announce the completion of a unique three-year project – to create more than 60 individual and memorable films and media pieces for the new Sir John Monash Centre in Villers-Bretonneux, France.   Launching yesterday, […]

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June 19, 2017


British writer Nick Amies and film production company Eye Films are ready to go as they join forces to produce a movie version of Nick’s Britpop-era set novel, SHE’S ELECTRIC. Originally published in 2012, SHE’S ELECTRIC tells the story of four Lads and their quest for “The One” against a backdrop of girls, goals and […]

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April 29, 2015


14 May – 18 October 2015 Henry ‘Harry’ Moseley was an exceptionally promising young English physicist in the years immediately before World War I. His work on the X-ray spectra of the elements provided a new foundation for the Periodic Table and contributed to the development of the nuclear model of the atom. Yet Moseley’s life and career […]

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January 13, 2015


A classic painting of Venice by Claude Monet is expected to sell for £30 million when it goes under the hammer in London. Le Grand Canal was painted by the French artist during a three-month trip to Venice in 1908. Monet, then 68, beautifully captured the domes of Santa Maria della Salute, seen from the […]

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January 12, 2015


A teenager who is the country’s youngest tattooist artist has built up a nine-month waiting list with star-studded clients on the books. Artist Kaine Westmoreland, 19, has celebrities waiting to be inked by his young hands after setting up his own studio aged just 17. While most his age are pursuing full-time studies, Kaine is […]

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November 28, 2014


CrypArt has arrived! Invented by an anonymous artist under the pseudonym ‘Satushi’, CrypArt places QR codes as the focus of limited edition canvas prints and allows customers to create their own ‘hidden’ message, or bitcoin wallet in a picture.   Early in 2014, an email was received by a group of bitcoin enthusiasts on the […]

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November 12, 2014


Two entrepreneurs have created a viral spoof of the new John Lewis Christmas ad – featuring a man finding love in a penguin ONESIE. Chris Rea and Tom Carson launched their hilarious pastiche of the heartwarming story featuring youngster Sam and Monty the penguin. Their low-budget version portrays the characters as students living in a […]

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November 12, 2014


Monty Python legend John Cleese has been voted the most influential British comedy icon of all time. The actor, 75, who is also famous for playing barmy hotel boss Basil Fawlty in Fawlty Towers, beat a host of comedy greats to the accolade. Only Fools and Horses’ legend David Jason, 74, was runner-up in the […]

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July 31, 2014


A new mobile app is set to keep the party going – by showing users the nearest pubs and bars that have a late licence. NightCapp is the brainchild of South African Graham Paterson, who has compiled a list of more than 1,500 London bars and pubs that close after 11:30pm. The clever program uses […]

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July 31, 2014


War correspondents will be replaced with aerial drones within the next 10 years to protect life and enhance frontline reporting, according to one of the BBC’s most experienced battle-zone producers. Oggy Boytchev, who was legendary reporter John Simpson’s right-hand man, believes the Corporation will begin to phase in ‘journo drones’ within five to seven years. […]

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