Monthly Archives: February 2020

Heathrow: My Part In Its Downfall

There has been much fuss and brouhaha about a judicial decision to rule out the further expansion of Heathrow, the large aerodrome to the west of London. And quite right too. As you both know I work for the Submerged … Continue reading

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How The Light Gets In

I know you’ll both be agog to learn that I have been enticed roped in corralled invited to take part in a festival called How The Light Gets In, which takes place in Hay-on-Wye between 22 and 25 May. This festival, which … Continue reading

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Desert Island Discs

I am unlikely ever to be invited to be a guest on Desert Island Discs, the BBC’s long-running radiophonic emission, though I did take part in BBC Radio Norfolk’s version once. The pain of being overlooked, week after week, is … Continue reading

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