Love, My Way in a Northern Town – Coming 2019!!

Love, My Way in a Northern Town follows Rosanna, a 17 year old brought up in a middle to high class family, Her parents made their money in the mining industry which is now beginning to decline with the rise of Thatcherism. As an English girl trying to fit into Scottish society, Rosanna struggles when she falls in love with a boy from a working class family. As they bond over their shared taste of music, they realise they’re more similar than they thought in 1980’s Glasgow.

Kings Landing // Dubrovnik, Croatia

Our journalist Kris Scott visits the Old Town of Dubrovnik in Croatia, a place you may recognise from the ever so famous Game of Thrones series that shoots there. When you go to Dubrovnik one of the many things you must see is this walled city. You can enter through one of the many gates that eventually lead to the main street where there are lines of shops and different alleys that web into even more alleys where more shops lie. It’s a great place and I’d be lying if I mentioned I never fan boyed about Game of Thrones when I was there. It definitely feels like a different world when you’re there, maybe that is because of Game of Thrones, maybe not. Whatever happens I fully recommend a visit to this beautiful and cultural place.

From Edinburgh to Westeros

By Kris Scott

It was March 31st and I was all ready for my trip to Croatia, the train ride to Edinburgh was pleasant, no children running about screaming. It was just peace and quiet.

Once we reached Edinburgh Haymarket there was a bit more hustle and bustle with passengers coming in from all over Scotland. We exited the train station to the tram stop, evidently the tram we were to catch. We weren’t able to get on it because it has a schedule to keep so we had to wait for a bus instead.

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AnyThink Update – Hiatus and New Project

Hi readers, Tom from AnyThink News here. As you’ve probably noticed, the AnyThink website has become pretty lifeless recently, and this certainly hasn’t gone unnoticed by us either.

However, due to unforeseeable circumstances, the writing of new content really has declined. A few of our writers have left altogether, and many of us have little time to write because of our ‘real’ lives. This is unfortunate and a little discouraging, so we’re making a point of getting our fingers out and really pushing to get new content for you guys!

On that note, it gives me much pleasure to announce- well, at least nod to- a new project that we’ve just started work on. Working titled ‘Almost Live’, the project is for a locally based, TV style show for the AnyThink website. However, we’re going to need your help. We will need assistance, advice and general input from anyone with interest or experience in all aspects of production. More details coming soon, so please fire us a message if you’re interested, either via email or through Facebook.

So, in conclusion, thank you for sticking around during this unsettled period. Work here at AnyThink should be back on track super soon! And please, if you can help us with Project ‘Almost Live’, please get in touch.

The AnyThink Team

AnyThink Public Broadcast: UK Weather Warning.

12/01/2015 to 16/01/2015 – Met Office Yellow weather warning.

Capture2The UK has, yet again, been given a yellow weather warning from the Met Office.
The public are advised to prepare for large amounts of ice, snow and wind in the coming days, from morning of Monday 12th through to evening of Friday 16th.

Weather can be unpredictable and dangerous. The key to staying safe is to plan ahead and use common sense. If the worst happens, be sure you can get help. Over periods of bad weather, local councils usually have helplines in place for exactly these reason.

All of us here at AnyThink wish you the best for this harsh weather, and remind you all to stay prepared and safe.