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Remembering Dunblane

Today is a dark day in Scottish memory. Who can forget the terrible day of 13th┬áMarch 1996 when Thomas Hamilton walked into Dunblane primary school in Scotland and opened fire on a primary one class of school children killing sixteen … Continue reading

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Isabelle (Malawi film)

Isabelle has suffered malnutrition seven times in her six young years. Unable to walk, she is sitting alone by the side of the road as we arrive. Her grandparents greet us and explain that Isabelle’s mother is gravely ill with … Continue reading

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Perspective

Two weeks filming in the third world certainly brings some perspective to life… Landing in Heathrow, it’s the feeling of washing your hands in water so clean it can be drunk. Sitting down to whatever in the world you feel … Continue reading

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Mai Tai

Think they call it a busman’s holiday but we honestly couldn’t think of a better way of recording such vital-to-ongoing-life information. What use is a scrap of paper with a recipe scribbled on it when you can sit back and … Continue reading

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End of Day One: Hawaii

End of day one in Hawaii and while everyone back home is being wakened by time-to-get-up-for-work alarms, we are just catching up with emails and reflecting on our first day in Hawaii… yeah, you guessed, with a beer. It’s pretty … Continue reading

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