Who wants to read about the latest news over the past four and a bit weeks? It’s time for another Sunday News Roundup, here’s the next mega instalment from the 1st to the 28th June 2015. Enjoy reading the scoop on the latest news, spanning over the past month!
Have you read the first two posts of my best of list here and here? Anxious to know my top TV shows and movies of 2014? Well, it’s time for me to show you all the third part of my list. After much deliberation (apologies for the long gap between the last instalment and this part), here is my list of favourite TV shows and movies of 2014. To try to make this post succinct and not to ramble on in any description or synopsis of the show or movie, I will list the show or movie, as well as the season, and a trailer of the show if possible (for the show) and a trailer (for the movie) as well. So sit back and read on. Let me know what your favourite shows and movies are!
Here’s the next instalment of “Sunday News Roundup”, from the 19th til the 25th January 2015. Enjoy reading the scoop on the latest news!
Here’s the next instalment of “Sunday News Roundup”, this time a special supersized edition from the 8th til the 21st December. Enjoy reading the scoop on the latest news, and be sure to check out Sunday News Roundup again in 2015 as we take a break!
Wondering about the future can be such a scary thing. What will happen in 10 years, 20 or even 50? Would DVD’s still be in circulation, would Coles, Woolworths, even companies like Coca Cola, Yahoo, Google, Facebook, Twitter or Disney be multinational global powerhouses, or will another company rise up to the challenge and step in? Will the United States of America still be the country that everyone looks towards for comfort, entertainment, news and security, or will another country, like China or India rise up and take their place? These are legitimate questions, and ought to be asked- by myself, and hopefully others, as we look towards our own personal futures, and the futures of our home countries, and the world, in years and decades to come.
I have always loved TV shows that make us think about how we treat society and our actions, and confront us to take a deeper glance within ourselves, seeing if our actions align with our words and our beliefs. It’s these type of shows that can transcend the test for time because of their enduring and universal messages applicable to every person around the world, regardless of culture, religion, morals and other values.