Dancing on the Edge #BriFri — 7 Comments

  1. I’m not sure how these linky-things work (I don’t get out much), or whether my site is appropriate – inevitably, everything about it is British and every blog post concentrates on that. So if the link is inappropriate, feel free to delete. If not, I hope you enjoy a bit about Ely Cathedral. We didn’t see ‘Dancing on the Edge’, but it sounds as though it would be fun – something to keep a look out for. Too much TV features cooking, house-searching, sad reality programmes and celebrities no one has heard of!

  2. I hadn’t heard of this either, will have to check it out.
    I’m reading a good British police procedural at the moment, Beneath the Bleeding by Val McDermid. It’s a series but i’ve been reading it out of order and it’s fine.

  3. I LOVE Matthew Goode! An of course Chiwetel—did you know he’s the guy Keira Knightley is married to in Love Actually? Anyway, haven’t seen this and will now keep an eye out. I thought it was a reality show variation of Dancing with the Stars but since it isn’t Oh JOY! And speaking of Oh Joy, I feel terrible. I’ve been sick in bed all week with a stupid cold thingey that go the better of me. While I kept up with most of my blogging, my British Isles Friday duties fell by the wayside!
    PS I’m reading a variation of The Girl on the Train, The Woman in Cabin 10. A 30ish British woman, drinks too much is the same kind of unreliable narrator. Written by British writer Ruth Ware.

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