Archives for April, 2010

Giles Babbidge and I popped over to the wonder Historic Dockyard at Portsmouth to meet up with archivist and historian Andrew Bains on board the resplendent HMS Warrior for a special guided audio tour. And what a tour it was.
Not only was Andrew extrem…

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I have taken an evening stroll to escape the eye pain that seems to build up in the evenings. I do not know whether it is through tired eyes or just the eye hates artifical light or what, but it seems to need fresh air. However, tonight it was complain…

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I love walking. Today I took Mr. Pegram out on a 6 miles gentle amble across the south downs in West Sussex close to Storrington to stretch our legs. We took Mr. Pegram’s dog, Summer, with us. My planned stroll took us around the famous Black Patch hil…

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I was surfing the other day on the Internet and I was made acutely aware that there is so much content being offered to potential listeners and viewers, some good and some dreadful, that I began to wonder where I fit into it all in the great scheme of …

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Why is it that people think that just because they know you or that you have given them your email address they have the right to add it to a mailing list and then send you tons of spam? Please don’t do it. It is annoying and makes me not like you any …

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A while ago Charles Stell sent over some cooking mixes for me to try. Today, for the show tomorrow, I had a go with the mix that required nothing more than adding milk. It was Bruces’ Sweet Potato Biscuit Mix and seemed very simple.
I wont reveal as ye…

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I am just back from Moorfields and it is now confirmed that the eye must go.
They don’t like to make the decision and entice you to do it for them, otherwise they will continue to try and save the thing. But when you look at the long term interuption t…

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I had a fab day yesterday, albeit with bouts of pain in the old eye ball, with my old school chum Peter Richardson. We set off to find a brewery attached to a pub. The Kings Head in East Hoathly, East Sussex, as a tiny macro brewery next door to it, th…

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In case you have noticed, in the Photo Album, the photos that go with the audio of Winchester is now available. Go check them out.

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