Game of Thrones has just released a new teaser trailer for its upcoming, final season 8. With only a few months left until the premiere, the fans have long been waiting for a chance to peek behind the curtain. Is it what they were waiting for? Or just an appetiser before the actual trailer comes out? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NspqGM0DbbQ Even though the teaser is 39 seconds long and doesn’t show any actual footage, it’s enticing enough to push many into a winter-long binge of previous seasons. The scene shows two waves, one of fire and one of ice, both rapidly consuming a map of Westeros to eventually clash in the middle and leave nothing but destruction. It certainly leaves a lot to the imagination, but according to Casey Bloys, HBO programming president, w
Last winter (2017/2018) had the highest figure of excess winter deaths (EWD) with an estimated amount of 50,100 across England and Wales, the highest number since 1976. Respiratory diseases were accounted for more than a third of the deaths (34.7%), data revealed. Data provided by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows that, in comparison with recent winters, the number of excess deaths in 2017 to 2018 were 45.1% higher than that in 2016/2017, and it was doubled more than the number in the winter of 2015/2016. The former last EWD peak was in 2014/2015, however, last winter surpassed that with about 6,000 deaths. Nick Stripe, the Head of Health Analysis and Life Events at the ONS, said the main strain of flu, and low winter temperatures could be the reasons for ...
Christmas is just around the corner now and Winter Wonderland is finally here once again. It will be open from the 23rd of November until the 6th of January from 10am to 10pm – except on Christmas Day! It is free to enter, but once you are inside it is not cheap. They have various attractions such as roller coaster, game stands where you can win prizes, food stands, bars and a Christmas market. What more can you ask for? The warm taste of the mulled wine will warm you up in the cold nights at Hyde Park; small bonfires have also been set up around the park. You might also find being packed into the massive crowd visiting the park every year a source of heat. Depending on the time of visit, it might take you as long as 30 minutes just to survive the long lines and enter the park (
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in London. Find out how your Instagram page can too. We looked back at the English summer through photos of Cornwall beaches, now it's time to count the days until Christmas. London takes Christmas makeover very seriously. Every street, every house, everything has the scent of Christmas at least two months in advance. Needless to say, when those Christmas lights come on, the expectations are high, but London never disappoints. The dazzling Christmas lights tradition in London began in 1954 when retail stores and businesses arranged for a display through the Regent Street Association. The aim at the time was to show that post-war London has not lost its light. The tradition has been around ever since. The new star of Doctor Who