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Relish Grantchester with Podcast

I am celebrating the return of Grantchester. Season 2 is excellent so far. Five episodes in and the story arc of Geordie and Sidney's friendship. Plus Sidney's turbulent love life continues to provide subplots. Then there are the delightful fellow residents at the vicarage: Mrs. MacGuire, Leonard and Dickens.

If you want to enjoy this terrific mystery series on Masterpiece even more, then listen to the new Masterpiece podcast on iTunes or Stitcher. There are interviews with the cast and with the Grantchester creator James Runcie. 

There are more books by Runcie than the two I found last year when Grantchester first came out. I plan to look for them when I am in London in a few weeks.

The last episode of Season 2 is this Sunday night on PBS, or available for purchase on Google Play and iTunes. Check it out.

A LEGO Brickumentary Inspires

I bought A LEGO Brickumentary on Google Play so I could share it with my colleagues. We are looking for a way to educate the public about the proposed Delta tunnel project. This documentary inspired me to think of ways we could engage the public using LEGO bricks to build models of the tunnel boring machines and other project features.

I would be surprised if you did not find some LEGO applications for something in your life. This witty and whimsical documentary shows you the full range of possibilities and invites you to push the boundaries even further. 

You can rent it on Google Play for $6.99 or buy it for $14.99. If you have a Child, Teen or Adult Fan of LEGO in your household, then you should watch this film together. If you are already a LEGO builder then you will want to see this brickumentary and let your imagination run amok.

Just beware. You will experience some serious LEGO envy.