If anyone find photos of that day, please post them. He was so smart! 

If anyone find photos of that day, please post them. 
He was so smart! 

I finished my mesh bag

I finished my mesh bag

pcapitated:

Eddie Izzard as Robert Watson Watt in Castles In The Sky

pcapitated:

Eddie Izzard as Robert Watson Watt in Castles In The Sky

La carpetita blanca la hizo mi abuela, vaya una a saber cuando, la celeste es mi versión de esa carpeta.

The white doily was made for my granny, one can only imagine when, the light blue is my version of that same doily. 
Finally finished!


Kevin McHale (Wooly), Kathy Bates (Headmistress), and Eddie Izzard (Drake) in Boychoir

Kevin McHale (Wooly), Kathy Bates (Headmistress), and Eddie Izzard (Drake) in Boychoir

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A few photos of this week. 

commorientes:

Eddie Izzard as Robert Watson-Watt in BBC’s Castles in the Sky.

New BBC Two factual drama Castles In The Sky tells the previously untold story of the fight to invent Radar by Scotsman Robert Watson-Watt (Eddie Izzard) and a team of unproven and unknown British scientists.

The story conveys the genuine human drama - of determination and genius versus establishment prejudice - behind the invention which was to prove decisive in the Battle of Britain.

Watson-Watt’s ambition was initially dismissed by the Oxbridge-dominated establishment, including Winston Churchill, as “Castles in the Sky” whilst he and his fellow scientists, who were his meteorologist colleagues, were disregarded as a bunch of “weather men” from provincial universities. Yet they continued to strive to achieve their dreams against all odds, to the detriment of their personal lives and at the cost of some of their marriages.

Eddie Izzard comments: “I feel very privileged to be playing the role of Robert Watson-Watt. Hopefully our production will allow him, along with Skip Wilkins and the team, to finally take their places in the pantheon of British greats of World War Two as the inventors of Radar. Without Radar the Nazis would probably have been able to invade and occupy our country. So the future of the free world may well have been saved by these unlikely men and their brilliant work leading up to the Battle of Britain. Their names are not famous - that is a mistake Britain must rectify. This is their story.”

(From BBC website).  A cracking docu-drama on BBC2 last night.  Thoroughly recommended.


@TheLab_NYC At the TCC Spotlight Gala at #TIFF2014 w the cast of #Boychoir. #InTheLab w @druidDUDE, Robin Bronk & @eddieizzard

@TheLab_NYC At the TCC Spotlight Gala at #TIFF2014 w the cast of #Boychoir. #InTheLab w @druidDUDE, Robin Bronk & @eddieizzard

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