Wednesday, 31 January 2007

Daniel Radcliffe strips down

You may well have seen these already from being splashed across yesterday's papers but I really had to include them. The words 'treasure trail' keep coming into my mind. "My, how he's grown!" is the general consensus on this photoshoot to promote Daniel's daring stage debut next month in "Equus". Expect a few cameras to be smuggled in for his nude scenes. How the theatre gets away with that (he's still 17) I don't know ...

Sunday, 28 January 2007

"Doctor Who" totty - Ryan Carnes

I forgot to take the opportunity to post some pics when his casting was announced in the autumn, so I'm correcting that omission. Ryan will be seen in the 2-part story beginning with "Daleks in Manhattan", which (by my reckoning) should be on the consecutive Saturdays 28 April and 5 May.

He's best known from "Desperate Housewives" but was also gay-for-pay in the film "Eating Out" (playing a character called Mark Everhard) where he appears full-frontal nude!

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Saturday, 27 January 2007

Porn Star Peek 40

This is the phenomenal Tyler at Next Door Male

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And here's down down under beef - Alex at Hairy Boyz

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Life On Mars - Series 2 poster

Found this via DigitalSpy - dunno if the start date or poster is official, but it does come back that week.

A surreal "Camberwick Green" stylee trailer should premiere this weekend ...

Thursday, 25 January 2007

Sports totty - the 6 Nations Captains for 2007

9 days to go until the opening match of this year's tournament, and one can only hope for some more gratuitous shots like this one in the snow of south-west London yesterday.

Forgive me if I stick to my own and say Chris Paterson is by far my favourite of the captains.

Nice thighs boys!

Sports totty - Alastair Cook

Here's an oh-so-severe looking Alastair Cook presenting a lycra bulge for the second time in a week as he launches a fitness programme in today's "Daily Telegraph"

And here's another I found on the net from the Adidas launch

Sports totty - 3 boxers

I suddenly fancy a foursome ...

"Doctor Who" @ the RT Covers Party

Just to prove the programme's dominance on last year's "Radio Times" covers here are 'the bosses' and Lis Sladen celebrating at Claridges with just some of the 6 covers between the Christmas 2005 edition and the pre-Christmas 2006 one.

A Cyberman was also present, menacing fellow cover stars Sue Johnstone and Adam Woodyatt as well as getting to strangle Carol Vorderman ...

Porn Star Peek 39

Above is kickboxer Peter from UK Naked Men.

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While this poppet is Martin Klasnar from the studios of William Higgins. The lad is apparently a bit hard of hearing but also has problems picking out decent undies.

More naughty preview pics at or check the official preview at

WH Members get the full set (dated 12 January 2007) here

Wednesday, 24 January 2007

Celebrity Big Brother - the Showgirl task

So many of this year's CBB moments have been shouty and nasty, so I thought I'd balance up with this camp moment of togetherness from Monday night in the house. The performance begins at 1 min 08 into the clip. Music by the Scissor Sisters.

I think it's fairly obvious which two housemates dropped them points (too much freestyle guys!), though they passed the task and all 8 (Cleo Rocas, Danielle Lloyd, Dirk Benedict, Ian Watkins, Jack Tweedy, Jermaine Jackson, Jo O'Meara and Shilpa Shetty) look to be enjoying themselves for once.

Enjoy. 2 are getting evicted on Friday (but not Danielle, Jack or Jermaine) while the finale is on Sunday night.

Monday, 22 January 2007

Mukhtar Safarov's Striptease for Spanish TV

Oh they're sooooo bold those Spaniards!

As well as enjoying the mighty Mukhtar taking it off, it's also fun to see some of the reaction shots in the mixed audience.

Sunday, 21 January 2007

Porn Star Peek 38

Appealing in this set to my fondness for ripped gear is Costas at Randy Blue

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Here's Brice Farmer, a visitor from Bordeaux, at Berlin Male, emptying a water bottle over himself outdoors. Then emptying something else indoors ...

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Saturday, 20 January 2007

Butlers in the Buff - recruiting in Scotland

According to this week's Scottish Sun. Here are four who operate out of the Edinburgh office.

Divine - You Think You're a Man

Not one of my favourite Divine tracks (those are "Shoot Your Shot" and "Walk Like A Man") but not even a Stock, Aitken, Waterman production can ruin this hit from the summer of '84.

Good job by the Australian Broadcasting Company here.

Thank You Tottyland!

I woke up this morning ... and found a massive spike in visitors (around 1000 !) yesterday. The vast majority it seems have come from that excellent site, Tottyland. So big up etc to Bill who must spend most of his time meticulously collating fleshy shots and clips for his visitors' delectation. It's more than I can manage!

And those visitors who came here on that recommendation, I hope you were not disappointed and will be coming back for regular helpings.

Some more sportsman scans on the way, incedentally.

Thursday, 18 January 2007

Adidas Tech-Fit launch totty

Thought you all might enjoy these pics of the launch of a new Adidas "Tech-Fit" range - apologies the scans are a bit duff.

There's something Cyberman-like about these but they're still well sexy. The photographer on the Micah Richards pic knew what he was up to ...

Wednesday, 17 January 2007

On the State of the Union

Yesterday marked the 300th anniversary of the signing of the document which brought the Union into being. The Union itself officially followed on 1 May 1707.

The unavoidable timing of the anniversaries is cruelly ironic. Our elections to Holyrood are on 3 May 2007, and the electioneering is well underway.

Thus, on the one hand we have the ostensibly unionist administrations at Westminster and Holyrood playing up the benefits the last 3 centuries have brought to all parts of the Union, while simultaneously frightened of a high profile (and no doubt expensive) commemoration because it would align them too closely with the largely discredited bunch of Scottish aristos who signed us up. Equally the more the likes of Brown, Blair and Douglas Alexander come up with convoluted pro-union speeches and soundbites the more embarrassing they are to that very cause. Strangely, as the polls cool in enthusiasm for independence the SNP have slightly distanced themselves from the I-word preferring the c-word (choice, in the context of a referendum) as the stress in a poster campaign revealed yesterday. It's a subtle but cynical shift in order to maximise votes at this May's Holyrood elections where they currently seem to face being the largest party but hogtied in a 3-party coalition. As the official opposition at Holyrood even they must know that a vote for the SNP is just as likely an anti-Labour protest and not an endorsement of independence - they don't equate. Of course independence is not the only SNP policy and indeed they recently hawked a questionnaire which basically boiled down to "if you agree with a majority of these policies then you you should be voting SNP". Reasonable at face value, but many of these same policies are shared by the smaller parties and often even by Labour and Lib-Dems. Basically unless you were some sort of twinset Tory or a UKIP supporter it would have been difficult not to qualify as one of these obvious 'SNP voters'. And of course even within the SNP there's a confusion over which political philosophy they follow. There's a huge potential split always going to be chipping away at any SNP government. Could MSPs from the same party have initiated the smoking ban AND supported the firefighters who refused to leaflet a gay pride event? The SNP managed. If you believe in that amorphous concept of political correctness (I don't) then these seem to be taking diametrically opposed positions. This is the result of a party whose roots are basically still in uniting elements from left and right who basically hate the English and strive for the purely romantic goal of independence. The fact that they're sticking the same two fingers up at the Welsh and Irish (off radar when you're so wedded to bipolar 'us and them' of course) never seems to dawn. Unless of course Independence actually means 'expelling' England alone and setting up a commune with our celtic cousins ...

I watched the special "Newsnight" programme last night and was no more convinced to change my independence-sceptic opinion.

In the 90s during his first stint as SNP leader I did regard Alex Salmond as statesmanlike and pragmatic. He appears neither nowadays and last night, under a Paxo grill, matched Douglas Alexander for blather. Most clumsy was the revelation that an 'independent' Scotland would keep currency as pounds sterling until such a time it was deemed wise to join the Euro - not that it's been confirmed we'd automically stay within the EU without re-applying seperately, but that's another story. This pounds sterling controlled by the already independent Bank of England would not be obliged to take heed of any specifically Scottish circumstances any more than now. It would be a complete liability.

The SNP are not known for working things through and attending to those pesky details though - why should they when they are consumed by the sheer romance of it all and the whiff of power? They make David Cameron look thorough.

Now I'm not going to bang on about the old 'could we support ourselves without the disproportionate rebate from the Barnett Formula?' versus 'it's Scotland's oil and we wuz robbed' arguements. Frankly economics is not my forte and I've heard persuasive arguements on both sides.

But I work for a government department that hasn't been devolved and isn't likely to be as long as the Union stands. But if it doesn't what happens to my colleagues and I (there's a fair number of us by the way) ? Is it like an amicable divorce and we're neatly parcelled up by location to the ex-partner - the ex-partner who incedentally doesn't really know what to do with us? Or are we all recalled to head office and the SNP administration have to make their own mirror department from scratch? I think the latter is more likely, more logical but hugely scary. There's no obligation for us to be gifted to a technically 'foreign' country.

Then there's broadcasting - curiously always brought up as some sort of 'killer punch' in favour of independence a la "The Scottish Six" arguement. Actually it's no such thing on closer examination - there's no correlation for starters. BBC Scotland and the other Scottish broadcasting brands did not emerge as a result of any political devolution, but rather as strategic constructs at various times, not knee-jerk huffs, referenda or parliamentary decree at yet another report on the England cricket team. If anything the balance at the moment means that terrestrial viewers (analogue or digital) are getting sold short by BBC TV Scotland by their imposition of huge opt-outs for Scottish football matches, gaelic programming, Newsnight Scotland etc without providing us the network alternative, unlike the more sensible radio set-up. Unless the BBC is going to be paying my Sky or cable subscription that's not good enough as we're still paying for the programmes we miss out on. Anyway, the licence fee settlement is a minefield now but can you imagine some sort of imposed break-up of the BBC and sunsequent re-accounting of what fee will need to be levied even to sustain current Scottish programming? Hey, that's goodbye football at least! Meanwhile Sky and cable and any new fangled internet or mobile based broadcasting is just completely beyond most boundaries other than the technical (that's how it should be) and will surely carry more clout than any Scottish government that tries to lecture them. Their genie just does not go back in the bottle. Someone on DigitalSpy this week put it very well.

Tuesday, 16 January 2007

Porn Star Peek 37

First one of my all-time favourite 'Eurotwinks', Stanley from Enigmatic Boys. He's a man of many parts - all of them beautiful. The 18 year old appears to thrive in water! This is a bit of a mix from several different sets but I'm sure no-one will mind.

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Now a more home-grown junior in the shape of James Nichols grom English Lads. Again bits of his 2 sets here - the first where he told his girlfriend he was off for a sportswear shoot (kinda true) and the second where he gets rather sudsy then rather intimate with a toy.

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Monday, 15 January 2007

Jarvis & Nancy - "Don't Let Him Waste Your Time"

Jarvis Cocker originally wrote this for Nancy Sinatra's 2004 album (which I've got), and now has hit the charts with his own recording.

Both performed the track on the Jonathan Ross Show (in October 2004 and December 2006 respectively) and here are both.

Saturday, 13 January 2007

Porn Star Peek 36

First up today is the stunning Roger from BangBangBoys. This Brazilian is a fresh looking 34, stands 6 foot 4 and packs an impressive 7 and a half inches down below.

Much more of Roger via this link

Don't click to play the video below if you're offended by the sight of some man-meat ...

And then there's green-eyed Jack Venice from PerfectGuyz ...

Age: 24
Zodiac: Pisces
Eye Color: Green
Hair Color: Blonde
Height: 5' 8"
Weight: 170lb
Waist: 31"
Chest: 40"
Shoe Size: 12
Cock: 8"cut

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