Here's a round up of all the new articles this week on The DreamCage and AlbieMedia websites...
On The DreamCage - https://www.thedreamcage.com/
"Don’t worry it has nothing to do with football, but everything to do with masculinity and is rather troubling"
Marc Nash checks in and checks out DTF, a documentary by Alan Bailey, streaming now on Amazon Prime...
"'Star Wars: The Clone Wars' has really expanded the galaxy and explored characters I had completely taken for granted in the Prequel Trilogy."
Ayn Walsh starts an epic journey through the Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated series, currently streaming on Disney+ ...
"by accident or design a very moving film that is about more than graffiti'd concrete from a bygone era and more about how the passage of time and perceived freedoms aren’t always what they seem to be"
Steve Taylor-Bryant watched The American Sector thanks to the Open City Documentary Festival…
"it felt like I got 200 pages of build up and 1 page of climax and what had been a very enjoyable read thus far left me feeling somewhat underwhelmed."
Steve Taylor-Bryant read You Again by Debra Jo Immergut, thanks to Titan Books...
On 26th December 2019, 627 pieces of Classic Doctor Who content were made available to Britbox subscribers. Every Sunday in 2020, our Doctor Who expert, Tony Cross, looks back at some of the classic stories.
Here are Tony's thoughts on...
Meanwhile on AlbieMedia - https://www.albiemedia.com/
"sung by someone with one of the most unique voices I’ve heard."
This week's #SotD80 choice from Jimmy Hunter is Randy Crawford's One Day I'll Fly Away ...
"Love it or hate it, everybody knows a Rembrandts song, even if they don’t know it was by them."
Susan Omand doesn't win any Friends with her look back thirty years to The Rembrandts self titled album...
"aside from the duets and collaborations, like the writing, the performers are associated with the writers and have a side each: ELO and Olivia Newton-John. "
Turning back the clock forty years for #TTND80, Jimmy Hunter remembers the legend that was Xanadu's soundtrack album...
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