Recent Comments

  1. 23 Apr ’14 at 6:46 am

    Nick on This is a man’s world too

    Great article. As many feminists seemingly fail to acknowledge, equality is for everyone and should be striven for for the benefit of the whole of society, not just women.

  2. 23 Apr ’14 at 5:53 am

    Joni on Game Review: 2048

    A great version for chrome
    https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/2048/pfmhmjadbiokegmddpjggiaenhjopfek

  3. 22 Apr ’14 at 1:35 pm

    Karen on TV Review: Endeavour Series 2 Episode 4

    Superb. Shaun is a revelation. Best prog on tv. Bereft that it is over

  4. 22 Apr ’14 at 11:03 am

    john boy on TV Review: Endeavour Series 2 Episode 4

    excellent!can,t wait for more of morse? please!

  5. 22 Apr ’14 at 11:03 am

    Kim on TV Review: Endeavour Series 2 Episode 4

    Wonderful as always not sure about Reg Bright who’s side is he on ?

  6. 22 Apr ’14 at 9:16 am

    Billyboy on TV Review: Endeavour Series 2 Episode 4

    Not entirely a cliff hanger ending since we already know that Morse’s career saw him rise to Detective Chief Inspector in the Oxford City Division of Thames Valley Police. The real questions are, ‘How was the fact that corrupt officers had attempted to frame him become evident?” and “Was Reg Bright on the side of good despite his incompetence, or was he part of the evil conspiracy?”

  7. 21 Apr ’14 at 9:49 pm

    Dorothy Little on TV Review: Endeavour Series 2 Episode 4

    Great episode, wonderful series – what more could we ask for where Morse is concerned? What a cliffhanger of a finish though, surely an indication that a further series (or more, hopefully) is planned. Sean makes a fantastic young Morse, can almost see John Thaw there.

  8. 21 Apr ’14 at 7:14 pm

    MG on The many placebo effects of caffeine

    Drinking Coffee = Placebo

  9. 21 Apr ’14 at 6:07 pm

    mike clayton on TV Review: Endeavour Series 2 Episode 4

    Endeavour,excellent!,excellent!,can’t wait for a new series.

  10. This article is really interesting and comes up with a theme that is quite important.

  11. 21 Apr ’14 at 2:50 pm

    Anon on This is a man’s world too

    “Focusing on the trials of only one gender means focusing on only one half of the problem” – except, as you acknowledge, the problem overwhelmingly affects women, both in severity and frequency. Describing that this as an equal problem for both genders detracts from the fight against the misogyny exhibited in our culture’s attitude toward female bodies…

  12. 21 Apr ’14 at 2:48 pm

    Christine Egerton on TV Review: Endeavour Series 2 Episode 4

    Fantastic – well done ITV! Can’t wait for the next series

© 1964–2014 Nouse Dashboard | Edit | Disclaimer | Privacy Policy | Cookie Policy | Policies |