Shadows and Reflections – John Andrews

31 December 2014 // Shadows & Reflections

Shadows and Reflections: the annual collection of postings where Caught by the River’s ever-reliable contributors and friends old and new take a look back on the events that have shaped the past twelve months. Today it’s the turn of John Andrews: 2014 the year that began under the blade of the surgeon’s knife in an […]

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A Caught by the River Pick of the Year

30 December 2014 // Film/TV

With seemingly no video evidence to back up the ‘Dappy from N’Dubz being kicked in the head by a horse’ story my vote for the television Pop moment of the year goes to this clip from Cilla, an ITV drama screened on British television back in September. Though no fan of Cilla Black, I watched […]

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Shadows and Reflections – Charles Rangeley-Wilson

30 December 2014 // Shadows & Reflections

Shadows and Reflections: the annual collection of postings where Caught by the River’s ever-reliable contributors and friends old and new take a look back on the events that have shaped the past twelve months. Today it’s the turn of Charles Rangeley-Wilson: The ford by the old sawmill on the River Wye. Photo by Charles For […]

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Jeb’s Jukebox

29 December 2014 // Jeb's Jukebox

Sh-Boom (Life Could Be A Dream) Alton Ellis 1968? “Without music there could be no summer.” – Faure Sometimes the season demands certain music. Here in the high hills of Wales it’s been a bleak, wet, endlessly grey November. As certain events demand comfort food, so do certain times demand comfort music. And it doesn’t […]

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Shadows and Reflections – Alex Smith

28 December 2014 // Shadows & Reflections

Shadows and Reflections: the annual collection of postings where Caught by the River’s ever-reliable contributors and friends old and new take a look back on the events that have shaped the past twelve months.Today it’s the turn of our West country correspondent, Alex Smith. 2014 was a funny old year for doing the outside things: […]

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