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1. British Boxing Olympians
British Boxing Olympians
The Olympics is the ultimate in sport. Winning the Olympic gold is the pinnacle of a sporting career. It is an athlete's dream and for many simply competing and representing their country is their proudest moment. Boxing is one of the few sports where there is something higher than the Olympics,...
Sports & Recreation - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 06:06:27
2. Dr Who's Male Companions
Dr Who's Male Companions
A large percentage of the Doctor's companions have been female and several times particularly in the new series they have become slightly jealous of their replacements. However there have also been many men to travel in the TARDIS and seeing as they were omitted from the visual records shown by a...
Entertainment & Media - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 06:03:49
3. The Victoria Cross
The Victoria Cross
The Victoria Cross (VC) is the highest decoration awarded to British and Commonwealth service personnel. Introduced by Queen Victoria on the 29th January 1856, originally to award valour in the Crimean War, 1,361 VCs have been awarded but only 14 since the Korean War. The medal consists of a red...
Culture & Society - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 06:04:34
4. The Master (Dr Who)
The Master (Dr Who)
The Master is a character in the popular British sci-fi TV program Dr Who. The Master, like the show's main character the Doctor, is a Time Lord from the planet Gallifrey. These legendary aliens are capable of traveling through time and space but have rules prohibiting them from interfering with ...
Entertainment & Media - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 06:03:50
5. War Sitcoms
War Sitcoms
War is not a nice thing. It is brutal and can result in injury, death or mental problems resulting from post-traumatic stress for the participants. However it has provided some of the greatest sitcoms of all time. Proving that laughing at other's misfortunes is a great release and helps people co...
Entertainment & Media - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 06:02:46
6. Quiz: The Goon Show
Quiz: The Goon Show
The Goon Show ran from 1951 - 1960 and was a British radio show starring Spike Milligan, Peter Sellers and Harry Secombe that mixed surreal comedy (including bizarre storylines, absurd logic and puns) with light musical interludes from Max Geldray and Ray Ellington. As well as inspiring generatio...
Entertainment & Media - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 06:06:29
7. Dad's Army
Dad's Army
Dad's Army is a British sitcom from the 60's and 70's with 80 episodes. It was the first sitcom based on a war and follows the exploits of the Walmington-on-Sea platoon of the Home Guard. The Home Guard was made up of men either too old or too young to join the military. They patrolle...
Entertainment & Media - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 06:06:30
8. Dr Who aliens
Dr Who aliens
This lens is still under construction. It has been published early so that the pictures can be used for the Alien identification test on the Dr Who quiz lens. When completed this lens will give details on some of the popular aliens and monsters from the British TV sci-fi program, Dr Who.
Entertainment & Media - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 06:02:50
9. Dr Who The Next Doctor
Dr Who The Next Doctor
Dr Who is a British TV program and the longest running sci-fi show in the world. Following the adventures of a time traveling alien known as the Doctor, the original or classic series ran from 1963 - 1989, an attempt to revive the franchise in 1996 only got as far as a single made for TV movie bu...
Entertainment & Media - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 06:04:45
10. The 1st Doctor
The 1st Doctor
William Hartnell played the first ever Doctor in the long running BBC sci-fi series Doctor Who. Originally pitched as a children's educational program with stories in the past to teach history and in the future to teach science, Bill Hartnell accepted the role as a means of breaking his typecast ...
Entertainment & Media - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 06:04:44
11. The 4th Doctor
The 4th Doctor
Tom Baker took over the role of the Doctor in 1974 and would become the most popular and longest reigning incarnation of the series, remaining in the role until 1981. With his long scarf and practically an obsession with jelly babies, Tom was the first Doctor to be shown in America, this combined...
Entertainment & Media - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 06:04:25
12. Jamie McCrimmon (Dr Who)
Jamie McCrimmon (Dr Who)
Jamie McCrimmon is a character from the popular British TV show Doctor Who played by Frazer Hines, and is a companion of the 2nd Doctor. Hailing from 1746 Scotland, he meets the 2nd Doctor in the episode "The Highlanders" during the aftermath of the Battle of Culloden. The episode ends with Jamie...
Entertainment & Media - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 06:06:33
13. The 10th Doctor
The 10th Doctor
David Tennant took over as the 10th incarnation of the Doctor in the BBC sci-fi program Doctor Who, during the 2005 Xmas special. David would stay for three series plus an extra year of specials, with his final onscreen appearance airing on the 1st January 2010. For many new Who fans David was t...
Entertainment & Media - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 06:02:50
14. The 8th Doctor
The 8th Doctor
Paul McGann played the eighth incarnation of the Doctor in the 1996 TV movie after Sylvester McCoy reprised the role just long enough to regenerate and provide the film with canonicity in the Doctor Who universe. The movie was supposed to be the launching point of a new TV series but this never m...
Entertainment & Media - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 06:02:50
15. Banocolate
Banocolate (or at least that's my name for it) is probably the simplest and easiest to make dessert that doesn't just involve scraping something out of a tin. While I doubt I created this dish, I had no prior knowledge of existence before deciding to try it as a work around the rules of my campin...
food-and-cooking - Tue, 10 Jul 2012 10:40:09
16. Alternative Films
While Hollywood is great at producing the big blockbuster movies, full of action, special effects and not much else, sometimes you feel like watching something a little... well different. If you're bored of the standard Hollywood fare why not check out a film from my alternative film list below. ...
Entertainment - Mon, 11 Jun 2012 12:53:14
17. My Camera Bag
As a keen photographer and videographer who submits to stock footage agencies while currently studying a Film & Video course at university I often wonder what equipment other people have and what's been used for a certain shot. I also naturally have a list of equipment I'd like if/when I can affo...
arts-and-design - Sat, 09 Jun 2012 17:04:23
18. My bucket List
Well some people may think I'm a bit too young to have a "Bucket List", that is a list of things I want to do before I kick the bucket (i.e. die), but by listing them all down now I will actually have a better chance of achieving some of them than if I left it until I am older. This lens will...
squidoo-community - Wed, 22 Feb 2012 10:43:38
19. How to turn your garden into a bird haven
The sight of birds flitting through your garden can be beautiful. More and more species of bird are declining in number and by using some of these tips you can help make birds' lives easier and brighten up your garden at the same time. Here is how you can turn your garden into a bird haven. Some...
pets-and-animals - Mon, 21 Nov 2011 09:55:07
20. Georgina Ditton Film & Media maker
I am a British film Student, concentrating on directing and camerawork but ultimately helping out with any job that needs doing. I am also contributor to several stock footage websites including Pond5.com. This Lens shows some of my work and offers links to some useful filmmaking websites.
squidoo-community - Wed, 16 Nov 2011 23:18:34
21. The 9th Doctor
The first actor to play the Doctor in the new revived TV series, Christopher Eccleston took on the role of the 9th Doctor in 2005 but was only in one series. While the revived show kept all the key features of the classics (time lord, two hearts, TARDIS stuck in the shape of a police box etc.) th...
Entertainment - Fri, 28 Oct 2011 19:09:27
22. Roger Delgado is the best Master
Dr Who is full of iconic enemies, there's the daleks, cybermen and sontarens but despite not having a distinct alien look possibly the greatest villain of the show is one of the Doctor's own race: The Master. The Master first appeared on the show in January 1971 played by Roger Delgado in the Jo...
- Wed, 07 Sep 2011 09:51:16
23. Henry Cooper
Henry Cooper was a British heavyweight who represented Great Britain at Light-Heavy in the 1952 Olympic games and fought profesionaly between 1954 and 1971. Although he never won the World title he did win the British, European and Commonwealth (at the time Empire) titles. He also won a Lonsdale ...
sports-and-recreation - Tue, 03 May 2011 17:52:54
24. Boxing Firsts
There is a first time for everything. There is the first of many. There is the first & only. This lens is dedicated to boxing firsts. Want to know what was the first world title fight to be fought under Queensberry rules, or what was the first fight televised in the UK? These and many other firs...
sports-and-recreation - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 17:24:14
25. Stonehenge at Solstice time
The summer and winter solstices are the biggest celebrations of the Pagan year and the celebrations at Stonehenge are the biggest and most widely known in the world. However you don't have to be a pagan to attend, the solstices at Stonehenge are open to anyone regardless of faith, nationality, ge...
travel-and-places - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 17:10:27
26. The 3rd Doctor
Jon Pertwee took over the role of the Doctor in his third incarnation in 1970, and his era saw a number of new elements, the most obvious of which was the transfer to colour. Pertwee's reign also saw the introduction of his archnemesis, a fellow renegade Time Lord called the Master. Jon's tenure...
Entertainment - Thu, 04 Jul 2013 18:15:50
27. The Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy
The Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy, also known as the Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy, is a group of films by Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. The trio first worked together on the TV sitcom Spaced which was packed with parodies, quotes and references to popular culture. They went on to make...
Entertainment - Sat, 11 May 2013 00:45:39
28. The 11th Doctor
Matt Smith took over as the 11th incarnation of the Doctor in 2010 and is the current Doctor. At 26 Matt Smith is the youngest actor to play the Doctor, beating 5th Dr, Peter Davison's previous record of 29. Despite some criticism from fans before his first episode aired, Matt has fit into the ro...
Entertainment - Sun, 28 Apr 2013 18:47:14
29. Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart (Dr Who)
Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart is a character from the popular British sci-fi program Doctor Who, played by Nicholas Courtney. His first appearance was in the Second Doctor era episode "The Web of Fear" where he is a Colonel in the regular army. By the next time he is seen on screen in "The Invasio...
Entertainment - Thu, 07 Mar 2013 14:19:20
30. Hogswatch Gifts - A Discworld Christmas
Have you got a friend or family member who is obsessed with Discworld? Are you bewildered about why they keep muttering to themselves about Hogswatch? Are you even more lost on what to get them for a Christmas present? This lens aims to help you. However please note we can only offer suggestions,...
gift-guide - Tue, 25 Dec 2012 00:30:26
31. The 6th Doctor
Colin Baker took over the role of the Doctor in the BBC's long running sci-fi show Dr Who in 1984, playing the character's sixth incarnation. Colin had already had a small role in the show appearing as the commander of the chancellory guard, who shoots the 5th Doctor in the episode 'Arc of Infini...
Entertainment - Wed, 19 Dec 2012 23:20:09
32. The 5th Doctor
In 1981 Peter Davison landed the enviable role of being the Fifth incarnation of the Doctor, but was in the slightly less enviable position of having to follow the show's most popular and longest running doctor: Tom Baker. Due to Tom's popularity the BBC decided to make the 5th doctor the polar o...
Entertainment - Wed, 12 Sep 2012 00:04:15
33. Sarah Jane Smith (Dr Who)
Sarah Jane Smith is one of the most popular characters in the long running British TV series Doctor Who. Played by Elisabeth Sladen, Sarah Jane is an investigative journalist who first appears in the 1973 episode "The Time Warrior" alongside 3rd Doctor Jon Pertwee. She remained the Doctor's compa...
Entertainment - Wed, 12 Sep 2012 00:03:07
34. The 2nd Doctor
Patrick Troughton took over the title role of the Doctor in Doctor Who in 1966. Although the regeneration seems extremely basic by todays standards, it was the first time ever a character had changed actors on screen. This clever but simple plot point was what allowed Doctorr Who its longevity. T...
Entertainment - Tue, 11 Sep 2012 23:21:46
35. The 7th Doctor
Sylvester McCoy took over as the 7th Doctor in 1987 and would remain until the classic series was cancelled in 1989. Sylvester would reprise the role in the 1993 charity special "Dimensions in Time" and for the opening of the 1996 Dr Who movie where he regenerated into the eighth Doctor.
Entertainment - Mon, 06 Aug 2012 20:14:37
36. Liz Shaw (Dr Who)
Dr. Elizabeth 'Liz' Shaw is a character from the popular British sci-fi program Dr Who, played by Caroline John. Despite never leaving Earth, she is regarded as a companion to 3rd Doctor Jon Pertwee, although some would argue assistant is more accurate. Her first appearance was in Spearhead from ...
Entertainment - Fri, 22 Jun 2012 15:05:41
37. The A-Team
The A-Team was a fantastic TV programme from the 80's and can still hold it's own today. Starring George Peppard, Dwight Schultz, Dirk Benedict and Mr.T as a special forces unit on the run from a crime they didn't commit. It ran for 98 episodes over 5 series
Entertainment - Thu, 31 May 2012 15:10:13
38. Ace (Dr Who)
The character of Ace was the last traveling companion of the Doctor in the original run of the British sci-fi TV show Dr Who, which ended in 1989. The show returned first as a single TV movie in 1996 and then as a revived TV series in 2005, which is still running today. Played by Sophie Aldred, ...
Entertainment - Thu, 10 May 2012 23:12:59
39. The Rani (Dr Who)
The Rani is a character in the British sci-fi program Dr Who and is played by Kate O'Mara. Like the show's protagonist the Doctor she is a renegade Time Lord from Gallifrey. She is a scientific genius specialising in biochemistry but considers everything to be of secondary importance to her resea...
Entertainment - Thu, 10 May 2012 23:08:18
40. 2011 Challenges
Its the start of a New Year and I've never been one for New Year's resolutions, I don't really see the point all that happens is people feel bad after they break them. However this year I've decided to list some challenges; things I want to achieve by the end of the year. I'll make a note on here...
squidoo-community - Sun, 15 Jan 2012 09:58:17
41. Dr Who Christmas
Christmas is supposed to be a wonderful time of year, full of goodwill and presents. While this description may not be true for everyone depending on their circumstances, one thing that is true is that for many people, especially sci-fi fans and Whovians in particular, the Dr Who Christmas specia...
Entertainment - Wed, 04 Jan 2012 23:12:38
42. Porridge
Porridge is one of the all time great British sitcoms. Starring comedy legend Ronnie Barker amid an all star cast, Porridge was unique in it's prison setting and ruled 1970's comedy with a rod of laughter.
Entertainment - Thu, 15 Dec 2011 18:19:40
43. The Meddling Monk (Dr Who)
The Meddling Monk is a character from the classic Dr Who played by Peter Butterworth. The Monk was an adversary of the 1st Doctor and the first person from the Doctor's home planet shown on screen apart from him and his Granddaughter Susan, although the classifications of Time Lord and Gallifrey ...
Entertainment - Thu, 10 Nov 2011 22:17:57
44. Dr Who Crossover Vids
Cross over or mash up videos are an ever increasing phenomena among fans of multiple film or TV shows. Taking the pre-existing footage from a show they re-edit it with clips from something else to create their own videos with varying levels of narrative. This lens looks at mash ups dealing speci...
Entertainment - Sun, 23 Oct 2011 11:22:16
45. Allo Allo
'Allo 'Allo is a British sitcom that boasted an impressive 85 episodes between 1982 and 1992. Set in occupied World War 2 France in the little town of Nouvion. The show follows cafe owner Rene Artois as, under threat of death, he tries to help both the French Resistance and the occupying German a...
Entertainment - Wed, 28 Sep 2011 23:06:58
46. It Sticks Out Half A Mile
It Sticks Out Half A Mile is a radio sitcom from the 1980's. A spinoff from the popular TV series Dad's Army, It Sticks Out featured the return of several Dad's Army character's in new peace time roles. Uniquely in the BBC's history the show had two pilots. The first one was recorded in July 198...
Entertainment - Mon, 05 Sep 2011 09:52:59
47. Quiz: The Oscars
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences was created in 1927 as a fellowship of filmmakers and the awards ceremony began in 1929. Today the Academy Awards are considered the most prestigious awards in film and the golden Oscar is one of the most recognisable trophies in the world. So are y...
Entertainment - Thu, 14 Jul 2011 21:34:58
48. Unusual Funeral Songs
Funerals have become a time of sadness where we mark the passing of someone we knew and loved, but in days gone by they used to be more of a celebration of the life that the person lived. Depending on the religion or culture it may represent a rebirth of the person's spirit into a new life or the...
Music - Mon, 06 Jun 2011 11:00:38
49. The 2010 Oscars
The 82nd Academy Awards (or 2010 Oscars) were held on the 7th March 2010 and celebrated the highlights of films from the 2009 season with Alec Baldwin and Steve Martin hosting. Awards were presented in a range of categories designed to recognise achievement from the various departments that help ...
Entertainment - Tue, 03 May 2011 23:22:40
50. Comedy Guide to Shop Work
Many of you will have worked in a shop at some point in your life, whether as your full-time job or just part-time during the holidays. Either way chances are you have had moments of extreme frustration most notably at those customers who seem to have a superiority complex and look down on shop w...
Entertainment - Fri, 15 Apr 2011 17:01:14
51. Oscars 2011
The 83rd Academy Awards aka the 2011 Oscars were held on the 27th February 2011 at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood and was hosted by James Franco and Anne Hathaway. The nominees were announced on the 25th January 2011 with British film "The King's Speech" up for 12 nominations. The pre-Oscar hype ...
Entertainment - Mon, 28 Feb 2011 11:45:56
52. Charity themed Fancy Dress
If you're bored of the usual fancy dress themes, want to do something different or just want to make your guests think a bit more about the good of the world while having fun, why don't you consider making people represent a charity with their fancy dress. The best thing is you don't ...
holidays-and-celebrations - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 17:24:05
53. Enviro-flags
With ever growing awareness and concern about our planet, climate change and out effect on the environment, it seems many of our Governments are not as interested in protecting the World as their citizens are. Time and time again the global leaders meet without making any progress or agreement on...
healthy-living - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 17:21:18
54. My First Behind The Scenes DVD
A lot of my friends at college can remember the first film they watched that made them want to be a filmmaker, the first time they started noticing the great sets/lighting/makeup/camerawork etc in films or some such filmic moment that would mark the start of their interest in film as more than a ...
Entertainment - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 17:20:26
55. Film Lighting
Lighting is one of the most important aspects in filmmaking. After all it comes first it that universally known phrase "Lights, camera, action!" Without lighting no-one will be able to see what's going on, but too much light can flood a scene resulting in people still not being able to see proper...
arts-and-design - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 17:19:48
56. Support Our British Troops
This is a page to show our support to the British troops. Whether you support the war or not doesn't matter, you can still show your support and respect for the service men and women who risk their lives everyday. With information on charaties aimed at helping British service personnel, a guestb...
culture-and-society - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 17:18:50
57. Curry and Chips
Curry and Chips was a hugely controversial sitcom that ran for a single series in 1969. Written by Johnny Speight Curry and Chips was based on an idea by Spike Milligan, who blacked up to play an Irish-Pakistani called Kevin O'Grady. The show was supposed to provide a caricature like view on Brit...
Entertainment - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 17:16:18
58. Monty Python Career Advice
Very few children know what they want to do when they grow up. Many will follow the example of their parents and work in the same industry. Others just select a career at random or just take the first paying job available and end up stuck in it for the rest of their lives. One things for sure the...
Entertainment - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 17:20:59
59. A Monty Python Education
Monty Python were a British comedy team that got together in 1969. Heavily influenced by Spike Milligan and the Goon Show, they developed his bizarre surreal comedy that normally had some fairly reasonable but extremely twisted logic behind it, and took it to a new level. However despite the mad ...
Entertainment - Fri, 31 Dec 2010 17:10:48

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