Fiona Bruce proves safe hands with national treasure Question Time
“Welcome to all of you here, and of course all of you at home. It’s lovely to be here.” And with that, and a knowing smile to the camera, Fiona Bruce swept away 25 years of David Dimbleby’s Question Time, and claimed the nation’s highest-profile political programme absolutely as her own.
from Pocket https://www.theguardian.com/media/2019/jan/11/fiona-bruce-proves-safe-hands-with-national-treasure-question-time
For the first time in a quarter of a century, the most pressing subject for the audience of BBC One’s Question Time last night was how the new presenter was doing. Before her first appearance as the replacement for the retired David Dimbleby, Fiona Bruce received a rude welcome from Andrew Neil. from Pocket https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2019/jan/11/question-time-fiona-bruce-is-fresh-face-in-a-tired-format […]
Diane Abbott has said Fiona Bruce was “clearly repeating Tory propaganda” and rejected the BBC’s apology after the Question Time host misstated Labour’s position in the polls, as the shadow home secretary shows no sign of backing down in her row with the corporation. from Pocket https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/jan/21/diane-abbott-labour-question-time-fiona-bruce-repeated-tory-propaganda via TV/a>
It is ten days until the voting for the first instalment of the interactive closes. If you haven’t yet read the first instalment you can read it here –The First Instalment Or the abridged version – Abridged First Instalment Then cast your vote – Cast Your Vote Here The interactive novel is set in Victorian Britain and […]
Book Review: Mystery Club 1 – Secret Clues by Fiona Kelly Do you love mysteries? In that case, the first book in Fiona Kelly’s Mystery Club series will charm you with its wit and plot. This book is written for teens but who even cares about the book age limits. I’m adult and I will […]
“It’s always a matter, isn’t it, of waiting for the world to come unraveled? When things hold together, it’s only temporary.” Simply put, The Great Believers is a novel about the fragility of life; how tenuous our grasp on it–and each other–is. It is also beautiful, honest, and funny. I am not ashamed to admit that […]
Considering Buying a Business of Your Own? Here’s a List of the Most Frequently Asked Questions and Responses by William Bruce.
The most frequently asked question by individuals who are considering buying a business and answers by William Bruce, President, American Business Brokers Association.
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Last Thursday, the Conker House team were privileged enough to be part of a book launch for Fiona Murden’s new publication, Defining You (Nicholas Brealey). The Saloon Bar in The Marylebone was buzzing with people, all so excited to share this important moment with Fiona. As I travelled back from London, I found myself pondering […]
10/11/18 Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh It’s 1727, and Janet Horne (Deirdre Davis) is eking out a living in the Scottish Highlands with her teenage daughter, Helen (Fiona Wood). Times are tough: they have no peat for their fire and very little food. But Janet knows what to do: a few incantations, some good luck charms […]
THERE’S simplicity to Joel Asoro’s appraisal of the nightmarish situation that has slowly engulfed Sunderland AFC. Perhaps it’s a simplicity that could be dismissed as naivety, the ill-informed comments of a teenage academy graduate still coming to terms with the realities of professional football. Perhaps the young forward, speaking to the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet, should […]