The BRWC Xmas 2021 Gift Guide! Put that kettle on, get the biscuits out and chill on the sofa. We’re going to help you with your Christmas present shopping for the film and TV lovers in your life. Links are in the titles.
The lovable rogue is back for double trouble this Christmas! One of author Beatrix Potter’s most adored children’s characters comes to life in these playful feature film adaptations. James Corden voices the character of Peter.
An unmissable gift book, A Small Book of Jewish Comedians is a perfect (please God) post-pandemic pick-me-
up. In 1978, Time magazine estimated that around 80 percent of professional American comics were Jewish,
and Jewish humor remains a foundation stone of American popular culture and humour. This book is not
intended as a definitive tome but is instead a joyful and irreverent celebration of great photography and of some
of the greatest one-liners of the twentieth century, ripe in satire, anecdote, self-deprecation and irony.
Indulge yourself with three complete collections for fans of everything Morse! The original Inspector Morse has proven to be one of the world’s most popular detective dramas, and John Thaw stars in the BAFTA award-winning series of murder mysteries about the cultured, opera loving and often pretty grumpy Oxfordshire Inspector. You can also enjoy Kevin Whately, in the role that made him a household name, as Lewis, who returns to the Thames Valley police after the death of his long-time police partner. Lewis finds himself teamed up with a much younger colleague, Det Sgt James Hathaway and reporting to a new boss in the figure of Chief Supt Jean Innocent. Then hark back to the early days of a young Endeavour Morse, who, as a detective constable with the Oxford City Police, navigates the college elites and working-class estates, the reactionary establishment and the growing 1960’s countercultures that will ultimately shape his future.
Their gift cards come with a selection of funny and sweet messages and make perfect Stocking Fillers and Secret Santa gifts! And with their special offer, you get a £5 gift card for yourself when you spend £25! It’s a win-win!
Much attention is currently being paid to issues of gender inequality in computing and tech industries. Interestingly, young girls perform better than their male counterparts at GCSE yet still seem to be less attracted to tech subjects.
The BRWC Xmas 2021 Gift Guide!