Dear President Macron , Thanks to your letter to me and other citizens of Europe. I appreciate you taking the time to write (I assume of course that you are still writing to me even although I will not be a citizen of the EU soon – I will still be a citizen of Europe – You would not be one of those who confuse … Continue reading A Letter to President Macron
My latest article on Christian Today – as usual comments and responses welcome! http://www.christiantoday.com/article/david.robertson.je.ne.suis.pas.charlie.je.suis.charlene/46107.htm They came in their millions. Led by their political leaders, linking arms and walking down the streets of Nairobi. They were protesting against the slaughter of 2,000 people in the Nigerian city of Baga after Boko Haram went rampaging through the city killing women, children and the elderly who were too … Continue reading Je ne suis pas Charlie, Je suis Charlene
This was a good evening’s entertainment but I won’t be buying the DVD. The story is of an Indian family who set up an Indian restaurant in a French village, just across the road from a Michelin starred French Restaurant, run by Madame Mallory (wonderfully played by Helen Mirren). The film is beautifully shot (especially the food!), it is warm, gentle and a real feel-good … Continue reading The Hundred-Foot Journey – The ‘Masterchef’ film.
We saw this a couple of weeks ago and loved it. Marion Cotillard is superb in it. If you are like one of the commentators on YouTube (how is this even a story?”!) you certainly won’t get it, nor like it. But it is a real story – full of real characters and so worth going to see. An interesting and fascinating look at some … Continue reading Two Days, One Night – A Review