Bolly consults her GPS to locate more food My Radio 4 programme Cache in Pocket is now (finally) available on BBC iPlayer for a few days. And I’ve written a feature about geocaching enthusiasts for BBC Online.
When I lived in Oxford, I saw hot air balloons most days over the garden in the summer, but you hardly ever see them here. So it was a pleasant surprise to spot this one over Bluecoats the other day.
This week’s pin-up is a dainty damselfly – possibly called Deirdre. Damselflies have made a comeback in England in recent weeks, after flying off to the continent in a huff in 1952. Good to know our damsels are no longer…
Continuing with my attack on ludicrous TV inanities, today’s absurdity popped up on a weatherforecast – It’s going to be warm and sunny. So ‘warm and sunny’ sums it up quite nicely. Indeed, it does.
Congratulations to the Senior Peacocks on their Diamond Wedding Anniversary and on attending a garden party at Buckingham Palace. Mum made and iced this cake
OK – I admit it … I did photoshop one bit, but the rest of this pic is genuine
People keep moaning I never tell them when I’m on. So here goes … BBC Radio 4, Friday 23 August 2010, 11 am Cache in Pocket Producer – Sarah Langan As you can see, it’s a Radio Times Choice, described…
I’ve just discovered a fab site called Totallylookslike which features some very funny and revealing lookalikes (not just human ones). Definitely worth a visit.
This is possibly the greatest line ever. It comes from Tinie Tempah’s Pass Out I can really relate to it. Because – like Mr Tempah – I’ve been to Southampton but have never, to the best of my knowledge, visited…