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  • O SSAJE COMM FA O CORE

    Tu stiv 'nziem a nat, je te guardajie/ e primma e da 'o tiemp all'uocchie pe sa nnammurà/ già s'era fatt annanz o core: "A ME, A ME!" .../ o ssaje comm fa o' core quann s'é nnammurat!/ Tu stiv nziem a mme, je te guardav e me ricev:/ "Ma comm sarrà succiess, ch'è frnut? Ma io nun m'arrend, ci voglio pruvà!"/ pò se facette annanze o core e me ricette: "vuò pruvà? E pruov, je me ne vac..."/ o ssaje comm fa o core quann s'è sbagliat...! MASSIMO TROISI
  • Annunci

Sir Ian McKellen and Derek Jacobi

Vicious is an amazing English humored commedy. It has a real touch of “dark laugh” that only if you are Brit or similar you’ll catch.

It is a shame that is nearly over, and the second season is going into production in 2014.

Btw the show is a “must see” for all and the lines are already part of the social life  🙂

Keep it on!!!!

Vicious

Annunci

GoodBye eleventh! And good luck!

Doctor Who star Matt Smith is to leave his role as the Doctor at the end of this year, the BBC has announced.

After four years as the Time Lord on the BBC One show, viewers will see Smith’s Doctor regenerate in the 2013 Christmas special.

The 30-year-old actor said working on the show had been “the most brilliant experience”.

Doctor Who marks its 50th anniversary in November with a special episode, which Smith has already filmed.

The BBC said Smith’s “spectacular exit” was yet to be revealed and would be “kept tightly under wraps”

A little Ischia for Dr.Who

Recognisable in the opening scenes of two episodes of Dr Who, the immensely popular TV series produced by the BBC

Details of the Aragonese Castle were used, together with pieces of other English castles, to form an island/mine for two episodes of the British TV series Dr Who. These two episodes were seen by about 8 million viewers in the UK alone.

The series Dr Who is one of the BBC’s most popular and longest running worldwide TV series.

Doctor Who is a British television science fiction fantasy series, produced by the BBC since 1963.

The series,with its’ 27 years of schedules (running from 1963 to 1989 and then again from 2005) and with more than 700 episodes (made in colour from 1970), holds the record for the longest running science fiction fantasy television series.

The current series starring Matt Smith as Doctor Who and Karen Gillian as Amy Pond is one of the most popular and has an enormous following of websites, forums, magazines and research.

“The Rebel Flesh” series 32 episode 5 is one of the darkest and more frightening of the series, with an intricated plot, references and links between all episodes: an important point in the evolution of the whole story now on air on the BBC.

Divided into two episodes (the second entitled “The Almost People”series 32 episode 6) was highly successful with a high audience share, delighting fans.

The story is set on an island fortress where an ex- monastery is transformed into a factory which pumps acid through pipes to the mainland.

The human workers have created clones from the gungy Flesh, called Gangers, to do the more dangerous work.

That’s enough about the plot for now as the main thing that leaps out of the screen is the initial opening shot of the island fortress – a construction resembling the Aragonese Castle on Ischia

Consulting the BBC’s official location site I discovered that it was created using parts of various castles: Cardiff Castle, Caerphilly Castle, Neath Abbey e St. Donat’s Castle. But the official site doesn’t mention one important thing: the whole base of the fortress is Ischia’s Aragonese Castle ! Unmistakably recognised by a true “Ischitano” – our Aragonese Castle!

An important occasion for Ischia to be in the Dr Who episodes!!!

Ischia's Castle

The BBC Castle

La caccia alle streghe

Non ho resistito, dovevo metterlo sul blog

TANZANIA: STRAGE DI ALBINI, STREGHE VOGLIONO GLI ORGANI

Nuovo drammatico episodio che si inserisce nella strage di albini in Tanzania: nei giorni scorsi -informa la Bbc on line- ne è stato ucciso un altro, il 26.mo in meno di un anno. I loro organi – anche gambe, braccia ed orecchie, oltre che il sangue- sono ricercatissimi da streghe e stregoni che li ritengono indispensabili per le loro magiche pozioni che assicurerebbero ricchezza e salute.

Prodotti molto costosi, ma che hanno un immenso mercato: seppur circoscritto solo alle classi più abbienti. All’ultima vittima è stato asportato una gamba, la moglie, anch’essa albina, è stata ferita ma è salva poiché è riuscita a lanciare l’allarme ed è accorsa gente del villaggio -quattro capanne in un angolo remoto sulle sponde del lago Vittoria- mettendo in fuga i criminali.

Ora si teme per la sorte dei due figli della coppia, ambedue albini. Molte fonti -riferisce ancora la Bbc- ritengono che almeno in parte la polizia sia coinvolta in questi spaventosi traffici, e lo proverebbe la circostanza che i delinquenti non vengono mai catturati, né recuperati gli organi portati via. Ora il presidente tanzaniano Jakaya Kikwete ha ordinato una vera e propria -letterale- caccia alle streghe: ne sono state arrestate 73 dall’inizio dell’anno.

Comunque la stregoneria è estremamente diffusa in Africa. Nel maggio scorso, 11 persone, otto donne tra i 70 ed i 90 anni e tre uomini, accusate di stregoneria sono state bruciate vive a Nyakeo, un villaggio nell’ovest del Kenya. Un’orgia di orrore avvenuta all’interno del clan Kisii. Una piccola tribù, ma molto temuta e rispettata proprio per i presunti poteri magici, benigni e maligni, che le vengono riconosciuti.