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  1.  In love with gavin and stacy


    This program has to be the best comedy of the 21st century... The scripts are amazing thanks to ruth and james, the cast are one of the best and the whole thing too good for words! I am addicted watch it !

  2.  On the best film list.


    I recently watched this on dvd and I was soooooo glad I did. It knocks all the other batman films off the post, brilliant acting from all the cast especially Heath who fully deserves a oscar, great directing and story line. If you haven't seen it watch it you don't know what you are missing!!!!

  3.  No time for goodbye.


    This was a really good read, it kept me guessing and gasping at the twisting plot. I read it in 2 days! Couldn't put the book down. I now want to read another of his books !!!

  4.  Dark Dexter


    These books are brilliant. They combine the darkness of murder with humour = creating a truely sparkling gruesome character Dexter.

    The sequals are equally good leaving me on the edge of my seat, racing through the pages to the end of the book.

  5.  Just as good as the 1st book.


    If you've read Twilight then you have to read New Moon. The begining is soo dramatic it makes you never want to put the book down. In New Moon you get to know Jacob more and see his relationship with Bella blossom minus Edward:(. Another brilliantly written book by Stephanie and I can't wait for the film (they've already started making! )

  6.  Best book ever!


    This book fully deserves 5*'s.. Couldn't put it down (I read it in less than a week), I would recommend it to anyone it was that good. I loved the book so much that I went to see the film as soon as it was out (twice Isaw it) and brought all the sequals. Can't wait to see if Stephanie brings out the 5th book !!!!!!

  7.  Comic Play


    This play is very funny, it follows Susan regaining consciousness after knocking herself out by stepping on a garden rake. Little does she know that her mental state has taken a knocking too and she believes that she has a perfect imagenary family, although her real family try to convince her that they are real and always have been.