A Study Of The Light In English TV Series Solo Starring Felicity Kendal

RND/ To consider a study of the light in ‘very English’ BBC TV comedy series Solo starring Felicity Kendal and written by Carla Lane: 1920 x 1440 .jpg Ooh boy, does this series ever feel distinctly of-its-time. Offensive non-offensiveness. Pseudo-feminist claptrap with distinct historical foreshadowing shades of Fleabag. The main character constantly allows herself to … Read more

Seriously, Fuck Downton Abbey (A Study Of The Light)

RND/ In which you make a study of the fashy light in Downton Abby: Both the program and its movies are raw fascist propaganda run amok. Racist, sexist and ignorant to it’s core, it actively seeks to naturalize class distinctions and make the UPPER CLASS as somehow inevitable as the sun. The servants are the … Read more

A Study Of The Light In BBC TV Series The Chinese Detective

RND/ To consider a study of the light in awesome BBC TV police procedural drama series The Chinese Detective 1981-1982.) Starring the hugely talented David Yip. Professional Duffer Edward Ruthven: Nice view of the Themes.. Manly we was in those days. We had dignity of race. Undiluted. You know what I mean? We didn’t have … Read more

Fred Dibnah: A Study Of Working Class Light

RND// To consider a study of the Northern, Working Class light in much loved BBC TV series starring Fred Dibnah. Pessimistic interpretations of the industrial revolution have led to the popular acceptance of what R.M. Hartwell terms the “theory of immiseration” – a belief that unrestrained capitalism was making the rich richer and the poor … Read more

Light Study In English Boredom Simulator Reginald Perrin

RND/ To consider a study of the light in popular boredom simulator “The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin”, a UK sitcom starring Leonard Rossiter, based on a series of novels written by David Nobbs (BBC, 1976 to 1979.) The series is vitally important because of the way it strongly hints at the cultural Public … Read more