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Doctor Who exhibition, Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester

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Baddies both old and new on display. (Though let's be honest, we all prefer the old ones.)
9th Jul 2007, 14:02   | tags:comments (3)

Manchester Central

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As part of the ongoing Manchester International Festival, Heston Blumenthal has set up an ice-cream stall selling things like Mushy Pea Sorbets and Chocolate Wine Slushicles.
9th Jul 2007, 13:57   | tags:comments (4)

Hilton Hotel, Manchester

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Haven't stayed there: just liked the look of it.
9th Jul 2007, 13:52   | tags:comments (0)

Migration Is Not A Crime

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Graffiti spotted at Welsh Back in Bristol.
2nd Jul 2007, 16:06   | tags:comments (3)

Taste Of Bath

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The West Country version of the touring foodie fair. A bit wet on the day, unfortunately.
2nd Jul 2007, 16:03   | tags:comments (0)

Kid Carpet, Bristol Academy

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A small pilgrimage to the West Country to see the Kid in his natural habitat, accompanied by compere Jeff and a couple of Cybermen.

Speaking of which, Dr Who fans may like to pretend that what looks like a lens flare in the fourth picture is actually the result of everyone on the planet thinking "Jeff!" simultaneously.

Soil & Pimp Sessions, Jazz Cafe

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Japan's finest jazz band hit London once again. This time, as seen from the balcony.

Fun with tube posters

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1. Michael Connelly book poster at Euston. Can you spot where they went wrong?

2. Yellow Pages poster at Kings Cross. Note that someone has actually crossed over the electrified tracks just so that they could black out that girl's teeth.
2nd Jul 2007, 15:17   | tags:comments (0)