Category Archives: Film & TV

Happy Christmas

At Christmas in 1977  David Bowie and Bing Crosby got together to sing a duet on Crosby’s TV special. For our Christmas blog we’ve made a short quiz.

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Hush

Time to get very scared!

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Sky news 01/10/2016

Did you use the news headlines during a TLNet course last week? If you did, or even if you didn’t, here is the review.

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Farewell Michael Cimino

Last week Director Michael Cimino died aged 77. We honour his memory with a short clip from the Deer Hunter.

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The Big Lebowski

On Wednesday 27th April at 8pm TLNet is going 10-pin bowling in Rome at the Brunswick Recreation Centre – Lungo Tevere dell’Acqua Acetosa, 10.

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To kill a Mockingbird

Nelle Harper Lee was an American novelist famous for To Kill a Mockingbird, published in 1960.

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The Bishop’s Wife

It is Christmas. David Niven is a bishop trying to get a new cathedral built so he prays for guidance. An angel (Cary Grant) arrives, but his guidance isn’t about fundraising.

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Bridge of Spies

The new Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg film opens this month.

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Chef’s Table

How would you use a mountain of parmesan?

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Back to the Future

  The Back to the Future series is celebrating its 30th anniversary. Today on the TLNet blog, the trailer to the sequel from 1989 which took us to a certain date in the future. Guess when!

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