To suit the Action to the Word, the Word to the Action


  1. In this issue: Written Word, including news for Rebus fans; Screen Tips, including Rod Serling; free Music; Miscellaneous, including Leith Festival and Zombies vs. Gladiators
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  2. Written Word

  3. Spot of news for those who like ol’ Rebus (@beathhigh is Ian Rankin’s Twitter name, so you can follow him there)…
  4. brianjaffa
    Ian Rankin’s Inspector Rebus character is to make a return in the author’s next novel, he confirmed today. @beathhigh #hayfestival
    Tue, Jun 05 2012 11:18:36
  5. You can read more about ‘Standing in Another Man’s Grave’ here…
  6. A wee bit Jubilee related…
  7. Screen Tips

  8. Camera advice…
  9. evan3168
    Three Tips to Help You When You’re Shooting Handheld http://bit.ly/dLHIf5 #filmmaking #cameraassisting
    Tue, Jun 05 2012 12:01:55
  10. A series of interview videos with Rod Serling…
  11. grahaminman
    Go Into The Story | Rod Serling: Do you outline or just take off and write? http://bit.ly/L6bAlw #Screenwriting
    Tue, Jun 05 2012 12:00:09
  12. Music

  13. Free mixed programmes weekly…
  14. EdinSpotlight
    FREE concert on @StGilesHighKirk every Wednesday. We highly recommend it > http://ow.ly/b2ZoM #Edinburgh
    Tue, Jun 05 2012 11:45:18
  15. Miscellaneous

  16. The Leith Festival kicks off fully with a gala day on 9th June…
  17. ootbdrillhall
    Special @LeithFestival Bruncheon this Sat 9th June. Whole event will be moving down to Gala Day celebrations on Leith Links! 11am – 4.30pm
    Tue, Jun 05 2012 10:11:58
  18. But there are a few events before then, so check out the packed programme of arts and crafts, full of music, dance and other performances and participatory events (including a free bellydance hafla!)…
  19. A wee bit politics, with this look at leadership (very interesting remarks from Olivier’s son!)…
  20. The continuation of this Newsnight insight involved Tom Hiddleston and Mark Rylance, and can be found in the latest DF Eye on Shakespeare (particularly like Tom’s observation of difference in action between leaders of past and now)…
  21. Hmmm….

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