British Entertainment #BriFri #BBAW — 13 Comments

  1. Joy, I couldn’t agree with you more about blogging on other subjects. On my food and life blog (Squirrel Head Manor) I do frequent mini updates about what I am watching, listening to, reading, gardening and life.

    Love that map of the tv shows and locations. A long time ago I had a movie map like that. Got it from the British Tourist board in NY. Very cool!

  2. Being Irish born I am drawn to books written by Irish authors. As for TV we are big Coronation St fans and were amazingly surprised to pick up a Canadian TV station (we are in Mexico) and watched a couple of episodes this week.

  3. As much as I would love to dedicate posts to other topics, it doesn’t happen often or last long. And I am okay with that. It’s a great idea though, especially when someone is burnt out from writing about books all the time.

  4. I think you’ve got some good advice here. And I agree that bringing different cultures and viewpoints to your reading and watching is a good way to keep it different and not boring. To you. Because it’s your blog. Right? LOL

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  6. Hi Joy, That map is worth investigating in depth. I love doing your British Isles Friday blog, it’s fun to branch out from my usual memoir stories, or my book-to-movie blog. You inspire me weekly and I’m grateful for that.

  7. Hi Joy: Neat map of British TV shows! I think I might see the movie Theeb on Apple TV this week, it might be available now. It looks good. Interesting Brooklyn won at the BAFTA’s. I’m thinking of the British Isles this week b/c I’m wondering if they will stay in the E.U. Cameron seems to have a fight on his hands.

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