Posts Tagged ‘Frank Skinner’

UK Top 100 Music chart summary w/e July 12th 2018

In the UK Top 100 Music chart summary w/e July 12th 2018, George Ezra stays at No.1 with Shotgun, and it’s okay, but nothing revolutionary. The Top 10 singles are as follows: 1 (1) George Ezra – Shotgun 2 (-) Drake – Don’t Matter To Me (feat. Michael Jackson) 3 (2) Clean Bandit – Solo […]

National Treasure Episode 1 – Robbie Coltrane drama – The DVDfever Review

National Treasure stars Robbie Coltrane as long-standing showbiz personality Paul Finchley, and he’s a perfect choice for this role, as he is, indeed, a national treasure. However, after many years in the public eye, it’s not long into the drama before the police come knocking as he’s accused of rape. Naturally, he denies all charges […]

UK Top 100 Music chart summary w/e June 23rd 2016

Drake feat. Wizkid & Kyla stays at No.1, in the UK Top 100 Music chart summary w/e June 23rd 2016, with One Dance, and it’s just bland, auto-tuned blandy blandness. I find it difficult to get annoyed at such a lazy track, but I’m amazed anyone bought it. There are no new entries in the […]

Mummy on the Orient Express – Doctor Who: Series 8 Episode 8 – The DVDfever Review

Mummy on the Orient Express puts us on a recreation of said train – except slightly bigger, where the rails are hyperspace ribbons, and it’s in space – and Clara immediately says “It’s a good one to end on”. So, is this her last ever episode? Frank Skinner plays Perkins, an initially mysterious Chief Engineer […]

Mummy On The Orient Express – Official Trailer and new videos – Doctor Who Series 8 – BBC

Mummy On The Orient Express is the 8th episode in Doctor Who Series 8, and this time round… there’s something that can only be seen by those about to die… It’s immortal, Unstoppable! And the Doctor (Peter Capaldi) has found himself stuck on a train with it. Also starring Jenna Coleman, Frank Skinner and musician […]

UK Top 100 Music chart summary & my views w/e June 21st 2014

Ella Henderson goes straight in at No.1 with Ghost, in the UK Top 100 Music Chart w/e June 21st 2014, and it’s a very funky track indeed, and one that’ll go down well in a nightclub. As such, Ed Sheeran drops to No.2 with Sing, and the only positive thing I can say about it […]

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