Opposition to the Covid-19 vaccine Maggie John examines the responses and opposition to the Covid-19 vaccines. More than sixty years ago, in 1958, the NHS delivered its first mass vaccination programme. Children under the age of 15 were vaccinated against polio and diphtheria. Since the introduction of mass vaccination, people have been sceptical and untrusting. […]
Dangerous fire on Dartmoor extinguished Maggie John discusses dangerous fire at moorland in Dartmoor extinguished midday on Friday 12th February. On Thursday 11 February, a huge fire broke out on a remote moorland in Dartmoor. The blaze started near Peter Tavy, a small village outside of Tavistock. The fire engulfed 5km of the moor and […]
It wasn’t all bad in 2020 , I promise
Maggie John discusses Netflix’s hit show, ‘Bridgerton’, following social media’s new-found obsession with Regency-era fashion
Maggie John reveals her Arts and Lit resolutions for the New Year, inspiring us to enrich our lives in the coming year.
Maggie John reviews the remake of Rebecca, a film originally adapted by Hitchcock from Daphne Du Maurier’s novel, Rebecca.
Maggie John relays her overwhelming relief at the outcome of the US Presidential Election I held off writing this article until the result of the election was confirmed. Of course, this took a lot longer than I think anyone anticipated but now it is certain that Biden and Harris are President and Vice-President Elect, I […]
Maggie John reviews Netflix’s new series Emily in Paris