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A few fundraising updates now on previous stories. You may remember when we told you about Craig Brinkley who opened up his garden to raise money for the IOM Air Ambulance. Well after a day of visitors, including Ashy himself, Craig managed to raise £1,760 for the cause, sure to make a big difference, thank you Craig and everyone involved! Last week we told you about the amazing Dylan Walton who was climbing up Snaefell to raise money for his friends at Rebecca House. Well after completing his challenge Dylan has raised over £21,000 for the charity, an amount way over his £5,000 goal. Well done to Dylan and everyone involved for raising such an incredible amount!
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For your weekly dose of what to watch this week we yet again turn to Netflix and Disney+. From Netflix we’ve got the second season of The Umbrella Academy, a sci-fi fantasy show about a superpowered family who come together to investigate their adopted father’s death, oh and try to prevent the impending apocalypse. You may have caught season one last year but if not you can catch up now on Netflix.
Moving to Disney+ we’ve got two very different offerings. ‘Black is King’ is Beyoncé’s visual album tie in to her ‘Lion King: The Gift’ album from last year. The album was created by the singer as a response to the ‘live action’ (but let’s be honest just really fancy animation) version of the Disney movie and was described as her love letter to Africa. In a very different vein, the Disney streaming service have got the first episode of ‘Muppets Now’, their new tv show for those famous puppets that features various segments from all of your favourite characters and a whole bunch of celebrities including Linda Cardellini (from Dead To Me and Scooby Doo) and the ruler of all things drag, Ru Paul. If you’re a fan of the Muppets, or just chaotic fun in general, then this is obviously one for you to check out.