Saturday, 31 December 2011

2011: WELLILIKEDTHAT


THE GOOD
THE BAD
OK, List time; In a year when we will remember the terrible stuff that went on in the Summer, I'm looking at the good stuff. I’m not giving a critique on what’s best I’m simply giving you, dear reader, my favourites in each category.

FAVOURITE FILM

The Skin I live in
http://youtu.be/wtwd2k5WWmc

Runner up: I saw the Devil

FAVOURITE TV SHOW

Mad Men-Season 4
http://youtu.be/HTHtI76bIAw

Runner up: Top Boy

FAVOURITE ALBUM

Foo Fighters -Wasting Light

Runnner up: Norman Jay MBE presents -Good Times30th Anniversary Edition

FAVOURITE SINGLE

Ian Brown-Stellify

Adele-He won’t go

MAN OF THE YEAR
Tariq Jahan

Runner up: Richard Whitman-Mad Men

WOMAN OF THE YEAR
Beyonce Knowles

Runner up: Lady Sybil-Downton Abbey

BOOK OF THE YEAR

I Partridge: We need to talk about Alan-Alan Partridge
http://youtu.be/tbqi67G77Hg

Runner up:The Good The Bad & The Multiplex-Mark Kermode

COMIC BOOK OF THE YEAR

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Cenrury1969-Alan Moore /Kevin O'Neill
http://youtu.be/qh2FQPcNQ8I

Runner up: Nemesis-Mark Millar/Steve McNiven

SPORTING HIGHLIGHT OF THE YEAR
Soccer - UEFA Champions League - Round of 16 - First Leg - Arsenal v Barcelona - Emirates Stadium
Arsenal 2-Barcelona 1
http://youtu.be/Dx-vO84DoAI
Runner up: Chelsea 3 Arsenal 5

PUB OF THE YEAR

The Junction Tavern Fortess Road NW5

Runner up: The Angelic Angel N1

RESTAURANT OF THE YEAR








500 Cinquecento Holloway Road N19

Runner up: Chelsea Arts Club Restaurant Old Church street SW3

BLOGGER/S OF THE YEAR
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Weaverman
http://www.fleapit-movieexpress.blogspot.com/
&
Cerpts
http://landofcerptsandhoney.blogspot.com/
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Runner Up: Gilligan @ Retrospace

1 comment:

  1. My, I am taken aback. I've never won an award alongside Beyonce before . . . let alone Alan Moore and the delightful Weaverman! You are very kind, sir, and deserve an award yourself. I would just like to take this moment to thank all the little people who made this day possible . . . Dudley Moore, Zelda Rubinstein and Alan Ladd. . . but they're dead . . . so insteadnI'll just wish you gooble gobble gooble gobble.

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having said that;

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