PR49: Black Mirror: Series 2, Episode 2 'White Bear'

The quality of writing and storyline means we don’t want to turn away from Black Mirror, but that it somehow seems to get more disturbing as we go along….

Charlie Brooker and his team have done it again with series two, episode two ‘White Bear’.

A disorientated woman wakes in an unfamiliar house, and the program moves along swiftly from there.

We’ve been told by many of you that you’re able to watch Black Mirror along with us, and we hope that’s the case. If it is, join in the post podcast conversation by leaving your thoughts in the comments section on the website.

To say it has made an impact on us is an understatement. Tune in and find out how.

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Voltaire & Rousseau

You have never been in a book shop like this in your life, I guarantee it.

Voltaire & Rousseau's passion for the written word is quite literally spilling from every shelf.  

There are books on the shelves, on top of the shelves, beneath the shelves, in front of the shelves, books on top of those in front and even books around every wall of the entrance. Books essentially pour out of every nook and cranny you can see.

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Melissa George: Retrospective

She has stared in "Alias", "In Treatment", "30 Days of Night", "The Good Wife", "Mulholland Drive", "The Slap", "Triangle", "Grey's Anatomy", "Hunted" and many more besides.

An impressive resume to be sure, but it's fair to say that there is a lot more to this very versatile and talented actress than you perhaps realise. 

Born in 1976 in Perth, Australia, at an early age she showed a passion and flair for Artistic Rollerskating. A passion that saw her win medals at national level and eventually silver at the 1991 world championships.  Years later, George would also appear as herself in the 2013 documentary “Rollerboy".

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10 Icelandic Musicians You Show Know

Iceland is a country that contributes enormously, and in so many ways, to the rest of the world.  

In no other area is this more prominent than their musical output.  Iceland has produced some world renowned acts such as Bjork, The Sugarcubes and Sigur Ros.  But believe me they are just the tip of the iceberg.

So if you already love Icelandic music or if you just want to add some new tunes to your collection, here is a break down of the Icelandic Artists you need to check out:

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Beauty Bottled - Hair Raisers

So here it is at last.

9 of the most beautiful songs ever written.  Songs which make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up.

It's a nice feeling and I'm finally willing to let you feel as good as I do.

Oh, and more good news, I'm not just TELLING you what songs to listen to, I'm also TELLING you exactly when in the song to listen from.

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Desert Island Discs

Desert Island Disc’s first appeared on BBC Radio in 1942, and remains a popular series to this day.

On episode 28 of our podcast we thought it would be fun to try to take on the difficult task of whittling down a list of favourite tunes to just eight tracks.

We were delighted that so many people took the time to add their lists to our website, so we’ve collected them together and displayed them below. Hopefully you enjoy reading through these lists, and maybe even find one or two new songs along the way!

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Limitless: You, But Better

What if you could access your brains full potential, rather than just the 10 or so percent we use now?

The 10% thing is of course a myth, so I'll rephrase the question, what if you could be the best that you possibly could be?

What if all that was required to make this happen was 1 pill (taken daily) called NZT? 

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