I am listening to
- BBC Redux - 15 Minute Drama - Carol, by Patricia Highsmith. 5/5. Carol abandons Therese after being blackmailed by her husband. Therese returns to New York to resume her career as a theatre designer.
- BBC Redux - 15 Minute Drama - Carol, by Patricia Highsmith. 4/5. Having become lovers during a road trip across America, Carol and Therese find themselves pursued by the world they have left behind.
- BBC Redux - 15 Minute Drama - Carol, by Patricia Highsmith. 3/5. Carol and Therese set out on car trip to discover 1940s America. Neither woman knows where their journey will take them.
- BBC Redux - 15 Minute Drama - Carol, by Patricia Highsmith. 2/5. Two days after their meeting in a New York department store, Therese accepts an invitation out to Carol's home in New Jersey.
- BBC Redux - 15 Minute Drama - Carol, by Patricia Highsmith. 1/5. Christmas 1948, New York. Therese Belivet, a struggling young theatre designer, is about to have her life turned upside down.
Category Archives: Dead Like Me
In the light of The Guardian’s top 50 television dramas of all time, I thought of the dramas that I remembered fondly and also remembered being, well, top. So, here’s a list which is not in any order except for … Continue reading
Dollhouse: “Ghost” (Joss Whedon) This was better than an average episode of Angel but since I think Angel is the biggest let down ever then maybe I’m not sounding too positive. However, I did like most of it and I … Continue reading
Except for the fact it was Buffy the Vampire Slayer that made me spend all that money: this list is the same as mine (except add Wonderfalls and Dead Like Me for Farscape). So Farscape, hmm… And the early issues … Continue reading
I feel mean just mentioning Christine Willes and Britt McKillip so here’s all the others who made Dead Like Me so amazing. First, the Americans: Ellen Muth as George: “but if death sneaks up on you, the only thing you … Continue reading
We have just finished Dead Like Me season two and we are so disappointed that there is no more (except a rumoured DVD film). It had so much still to offer. The cast were magnificent, it was funny, it was … Continue reading
Roxy: It opened up its cage and went crazy. Pet dabbed the robber’s eyes, scratched his face up like he was Tippi Hedren or some shit, and don’t you tell me that’s not friendship. Mason: How big was his parrot? … Continue reading