Basement News – August 2018

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Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog and I’m Tim Bradley!

It’s August this month and there’s quite a lot to look forward to for the rest of the year. July was pretty exciting in terms of movies at the cinema and such. What’s in store for August this month? I hope it’ll be interesting and exciting as the last month. Let’s find out as we take a preview on August. Continue reading


‘Laurel & Hardy’ Updated

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Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog and I’m Tim Bradley!

Just to let you know, I’ve been doing some tidying up on my blog. As a result, I’ve revisited my ‘Laurel & Hardy’ pages and have decided to update them. The main ‘Laurel & Hardy’ page now has a link to each of my current reviews on individual films featuring my favourite comedy duo, Stan and Ollie. Continue reading

Tim’s Nostalgia Trip


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Last Wednesday, I did my second music presentation at the ‘Newport Music Society’ for Christmas! It was called ‘Tim’s Nostalgia Trip’! I enjoyed doing my presentation so much and everyone else who attended enjoyed it too. There was a variety of some of my music favourites to enjoy! Continue reading

DVD review – ‘A Job To Do – Classic Shorts’ (Laurel & Hardy)


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Here’s to let you know, I’ve added a new ‘Laurel & Hardy’ DVD review to my ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog. This review in on the 14th DVD in the ‘Laurel & Hardy’ DVD collection called Continue reading

‘Tim’s Glenn Miller Favourites’

Tim's Glenn Miller Favourites

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Yesterday, I did my music presentation at the ‘Newport Nostalgia Music Society’ called ‘Tim’s Glenn Miller Favourites’. It was a successful evening as everyone there enjoyed my presentation. I was nervous and excited about it, but it turned out alright in the end. I’m pleased everyone enjoyed it. Continue reading

DVD review – ‘Bonnie Scotland’


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Just want to share a few brief thoughts of what I made of a ‘Laurel & Hardy’ film I’ve never seen before. I saw this last Saturday during the Easter weekend. This is ‘Bonnie Scotland’, a film featuring Stan and Ollie visiting Scotland where they hope to inherit a fortune and get drafted into the army. Continue reading