Tag Archives: Dominique Moore

Parks & Segregation

The fifth series of CBBC’s multi-award-winning Horrible Histories kicked off on Monday, with another helping of hilarious historical sketches… the standout being a toe-tapping (and surprisingly moving) Motown number telling the story of Rosa Parks, and the American Civil Rights … Continue reading

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More of Moore

I was flipping through the channels earlier this afternoon, when I saw Dominique Moore being interviewed on CBBC, and looking as adorable as ever. At one point she was prompted to make a “scary/evil” face, and it was hilarious… but … Continue reading

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I am Twit

Sometimes I confuse this blog with a personal journal, and sometimes I forget that the people I write about aren’t fictional characters, or theoretical abstracts, but flesh-and-blood beings with human emotions and (perhaps more saliently) their own internet access. Still, … Continue reading

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Little Miss Moore

Last week’s bargain bin browsing turned up the second series of Little Miss Jocelyn on DVD for only one English pound. Hurrah? Well, no, not really. It is a historic achievement in TV terms, being the first time that a … Continue reading

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