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A few articles ‘wot I wrote.’

  • More Doctor Who Work:

I regularly contribute to the Doctor Who site, Kasterborous, but that’s certainly not the end of it.

Here’s a plethora of articles about Doctor Who Fun Day:

Bristol fans expected to converge on Doctor Who fun day

The Fun Day was to celebrate series 6’s premiere, with The Impossible Astornaut.

Exterminate!

This short preview also appeared in the printed version of The Weston and Worle Mercury.

Doctor Who Fun Day packs out Bristol Forbidden Planet

A review of the day, which was also used by Kasterborous – before I worked for them! (Photo by me.)

Doctor Who Fun Day @ Fordidden Planet

My second article for ItchyBristol.

And then I did this:

Day of the Daleks Special Edition DVD

Once more for ItchyBristol. And boy, was it hard to review such a huuuge DVD release in so short a word count! But hey, I did it. Philip Bates: available for short copy and weddings.

  • CultBritannia

The Daily Mail Gives Away Sherlock!

My first article for Kasterborous’ cousin, CultBritannia.

Review: The Reichenbach Fall

I still can’t believe I got the chance to review the amazing last episode of Sherlock, series 2. What a priviledge!

  • Other

£9000 university tuition fees will make the common student an endangered species

I’m hugely proud of this feature article about a subject I feel really strongly about, even though it will not personally affect me. And I know I’m not the only one, as shown in this blog.

Jack Vettriano celebration comes to the RWA, Bristol

A pleasure to write about, Vettriano’s work is instantly recognisable and 100% fantastic. Plus, I was thanked for writing it here…! Wasn’t expecting that, but it’s really appreciated.

Website: Forklift Inspections (South West)

A big project, but I’m really happy with the final website, as are FLI.

Weston College HE Prospectus Profiles

One of the first bits of copy I ever did. Short but sweet. That’s what I tell the girls.

Have you ever… had a failed plane landing?

Real Travel magazine; Issue 57; December 2010. (And unfortunately, unavailable online.)

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