Part 1 - 15min RA narration of 'Lost Land of the Tiger'
Serendipity segue--How many tens of thousands are their parents paying for their education? :) hehe..clever..
Until today, never heard the following song - rather appropriate isn't it?..and the understanding and generosity from fan tuttiatavalo are overwhelming.. ;)
Part 1 of 5 - The Tailor of Gloucester...watched these and all the others in this adorable series many times with my toddler niece, who is now 19yrs old..
Bits & Pieces:
TV Guide comments on Game of Thrones:http://www.tvguide.com/News/Look-HBOs-Latest-1026452.aspx
EW Richard-Watch: Can't believe after never reading Entertainment Weekly, I've started to thumb through it in case there's mention of Capt America or The Hobbit, etc. In the most recent edition, the only thing remotely linked to RA is a blurb about 'The Walking Dead' - his Strike Back co-star, Andrew Lincoln's, tv show.
Evidently, the writer Stephen King provides a column for the mag - not sure if it's every week or sporadically. His topic this time is 'The Best TV of 2010'. No. 2 in his estimation is said TWD. Kings says..
>What makes zombies scary again? Start with fine actors (headed by Andrew Lincoln and Sarah Wayne Callies), add taut scripts about likable people under stress, and throw in beautiful photography, so that the lush Georgia summer contrasts with the rotters shambling through the streets of Atlanta. All of a sudden you're talking about that 21st-century rarity, appointment TV. NBC passed on this series. Need I say more about why basic cable is now the place to be?<
Also noticed somewhere on-line mention of the fact the principal writer of TWD has fired all the others and plans to hire an entire new staff. Apparently the most positive and enthusiastic reaction to the series (which has been renewed for 2nd season) was for the first 2 eps which he had written himself.