Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Xmas Adventure Pt.6 - No.1241

The Hounds of Baskerville

The BBC have released new promotional pictures from Sherlock Series 2 – Here is Russell Tovey in Ep 2, The Hounds of Baskerville (airs Jan 8th 2012 in the UK)

Below: Press play to see the latest trailer for season two of Sherlock with guest star Russell Tovey.


Walles Hamonde
WheresWalles: I keep practicing facial expressions in elevator mirrors, before spotting the crafty little security cameras in the corner #starofcctv
Tom In Oz ✔
Tom_In_Oz_: @WheresWalles you do realise they are cameras MY people have installed!
Walles Hamonde
WheresWalles: @Tom_In_Oz: that explains the visions! ;p
Tom In Oz ✔
Tom_In_Oz_: @WheresWalles that & my secret Russian spy satellite & undercover agent cleverly disguised as a French poodle!!!


Christmas Serial
Tom Markstahler
Continued from post No.1240


A bear-tourist isn’t different from any of those human tourists. You need to take photos of yourself in front of impressive sights and scenic landscapes to prove to friends and neighbours that you actually have been there. If you didn’t have photographic evidence, it didn’t happen. Ozziebear’s little excursion to Trafalgar Square together with his bestest mate Mark surely needed to be captured on film... erm... well, on SD card.
It was the coldest day ever and Ozziebear was pretty happy to wear his fur coat and have Mark to cuddle.

Later that night he stopped at the Houses of Parliament and decided that one fine day he will be the first German plush toy bear MP in the history of Great Britain!

To be continued...

Launch of The Bag Issue
Stars turn out for launch of new social initiative

Broadcasting legend David Frost and rock royalty Sting were amongst the stars who joined Sting’s wife, and recent Big Issue guest editor, Trudie Styler to launch The Bag Issue initiative in central London last night. Over 200 guests, who also included Alan Yentob, actor Russell Tovey and comedian Eddie Izzard, saw Styler and Big Issue founder John Bird unveil the initiative at the House of St Barnabas in Soho. The Bag Issue – a bag made, incredibly, from camel and elephant dung and created by children from the Karm Marg orphanage in India – is a joint partnership with the Big Issue. The bags are made and sold by children from the orphanage on the outskirts of Delhi, which is sponsored Mukti, a Reading-based charity Ms Styler has been a patron of for 11 years. “There’s a synergy between the Bag Issue and the Big Issue. Both Big Issue vendors and the children at Karm Marg are working their way from the streets,” Styler told The Big Issue. “They want to make their own destiny and hold their head up. This gives them self esteem, helps foster communities and enables them to support their own lives.” The bags, which are 100 per cent recyclable, feature the Big Issue logo alongside the Declaration of Human Rights. “I’m incredibly proud of Trudie,” Sting added. Every Bag Issue bought helps support Karm Marg which was set up in 1997 to give children a home and an education. There are an estimated 300,000 children on Delhi’s streets and many at Karm Marg have run away from slave-like conditions. Almost all – boys and girls – have suffered sexual abuse or rape, but they now raise 60 per cent of the funds needed to support their own living through micro enterprises like the Bag Issue. During the event, which also showcased some of London’s finest traditional Indian musicians, Ms Styler showed a video of the children at Karm Marg and spoke of how the Bag Issue will continue to empower them. Next year, the children will begin making waterproof bags made with banana fibres, which will also be sold through the Big Issue. John Bird said he had always wanted to create a bag which was also a magazine. He said, “Poverty is a human rights abuse and Trudie has done wonderful work in highlighting this. I urge everyone to get behind the Bag Issue.”

Being Human

Dr Who
Voyage of the Damned
The End of Time


Kate Austin
leightonthegreat: Russell Tovey (George - Being Human), Bohemia (the girlfriend) and myself (Hello) in Burger King of all places! After seeing "We Will Rock You."

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