I am certainly no expert on rugby, a bit of a sunshine supporter I would say but I was watching the Ireland and Scotland friendly recently with mates in a bar in Prague and we joked before ever seeing the … Continue reading Historical Songs of Rugby
Is there any greater sight in sport than to watch the 22 or so men put up a challenge as powerful as the haka to the opposition? You know the feeling, absolute quietness descends the household when these men begin … Continue reading History of the Haka
In 100 years, the world as some of us knew it had been brought to the edge of destruction. From world wars I & II, Korean War, Vietnam War, the development of atomic weapons, large scale terrorism, racial and ethnic … Continue reading Sugar Man: Empowering anti-Apartheid South Africa
Not to worry folks…your monitor is perfectly fine! (we hope..we actually don’t know!) I wanted to take the time to write about a band that have just come across my desk and I think they have such a great idea!. Who … Continue reading This is a Public Service Broadcast: DO NOT ADJUST YOUR MONITOR!
Most modern versions of football are believed to have originated from England in the twelfth century. The game became so popular in England that the kings of that time (Henry II and Henry IV) actually banned football. They believed that … Continue reading The Beautiful Game: Historical Football Clubs
The ‘Assassin’s Creed’ franchise is filled with historical inaccuracies! Should that stop us from learning from them? No! I remember when the first game was released and I thought to myself that this was going to be a big deal! … Continue reading Following the Creed: What we can learn from being an Assassin?