Category Archives: Literary Loitering

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Literary Loitering 93 – 2 Little 2 Women

This week Graham and Andrew discover that they may not be the bastions of sanity and elegance that they thought they were as Producer Rob is away, so they now have free reign to take the show in a more studied and genteel direction. Unfortunately

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Literary Loitering 92 – The Lost City of Scotlantis

The junk wagon of cultural anarchy rolls into town again with Andrew, Graham and Producer Rob riding in the back … hang on … WHO’S DRIVING? And since we’re travelling at the speed of a decrepit milk float, do we really need a driver? Anyway,

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Literary Loitering 91 – Gerry Anderson’s Space Deliverance

Has anyone else noticed that stories about the Trump presidency are beginning to sound more like stories from Game of Thrones that didn’t make the cut? Adding to the whirlwinds of controversy surrounding The Don of the U.S. government is Unhinged – a new tell-all

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Literary Loitering 90 – Twaddle, Youth Ninjas!

There are three Brontë sisters, and since we’re missing a Graham this week we decided to find out which of our three intrepid cultural anarchists (Sarah, Andrew and Producer Rob), could be the reincarnation of which Brontë sister. We find out the truth at the

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Literary Loitering 89 – All Stork, No Chin

The calamitous cultural anarchists have wandered haphazardly into town again, and this time they’ve brought a friend on their never-ending quest for snacks and a comfy place to take a nap. Kicking things off this week is our usual Game of Thrones-watch, which this time

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Literary Loitering 85 – Middle-Class Oedipus Rex

An annual, grandiose and symbolic event is upon us once again, but before we get into all of that we find out that domestic dramas are apparently crowding out traditional fantasy fiction in children’s books. It’s then time for a long-haul art vandal in the