A women who stabbed her husband to death in a row over what to watch on TV was jailed for ten years Dec 6
Leonora Sinclair, 50, repeatedly stabbed husband Lloyd in his leg after he refused to forfeit watching football to let her watch Harry Hill's TV Burp, the court heard.
Mr Sinclair, who was a deacon at the Ministry of Praise in Tottenham, north London, was found by paramedics bleeding heavily at the family home in Enfield, north London, on January 15.
Okay, so i was watching waterloo road on wednesday (free night... nothing to watch :() and they seem to have developed some "muslim" characters since i've last watched it.....
Anywayz... the "muslim" characters seem to be protrayed a little bit differently in my opinion... The boy Tariq, resembles a thug and the girl Trudi (who does admitally don a Hijab) seems to be a character who is a little bit "different"...
It just doesn't seem like a fair protrayal of muslim youth nowadays...
I just wanted to get that off my chest....
Tree surgeon-turned-filmmaker Robb Leech is an ordinary white middle-class boy from the Dorset seaside town of Weymouth. So too is his stepbrother Rich, but a little over a year ago Rich became a radical Islamist who now goes by the name of Salahuddin. He associates with jihadist fundamentalists and believes the UK should be ruled by Sharia law.
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Magnificent Century divides Turkish TV viewers over the life of Suleiman
Smash-hit soap opera based on Ottoman empire's most revered leader, Suleiman the Magnificent, provokes 70,000 complaints
For the show's producers, it is nothing less than a magnificent controversy. Muhtesem Yuzyil, or Magnificent Century, a lavish primetime soap opera about Suleiman the Magnificent and Hurrem, the slave who became his powerful wife, is as admired in Istanbul as it is reviled.
Louis Theroux spends time with a small and very committed subculture of ultra-nationalist Jewish settlers. He discovers a group of people who consider it their religious and political obligation to populate some of the most sensitive and disputed areas of the West Bank, especially those with a spiritual significance dating back to the Bible.
Throughout his journey, Louis gets close to the people most involved with driving the extreme end of the Jewish settler movement - finding them warm, friendly, humorous, and deeply troubling.
Tonight at 9pm on BBC two and probably on iplayer afterwards.
The blurb for the show from the iplayer page:
Investigation which uncovers disturbing evidence that some Muslim children are being exposed to extremist preachers and fundamentalist Islamic groups. We also expose the part-time schools where hate is on the curriculum. The programme asks why school inspectors have missed the warning signs and examines the impact this could have on young Muslims' ability to integrate into mainstream British life.
To me it seems like scaremongering mostly...
Does anyone watch this?
Its about middle aged men mostly, who have a mid life crisis and decide to build something ludicrous, often with good results. Real achievements even.
(so like "changing rooms" - but for men.)
You can watch some of the episodes on 4oD
Today is was a midlife crisis couple who decided to build an eco home. Their initial budget was Â£200k, and they in the end spent approximately Â£340k.
I thought the rooms could have been a bit bigger, morespacious.
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