Archive for July, 2019

If you’ve missed the first three volumes of Speechification then further context can be found elsewhere, specifically here (for Volume #1), here (for Volume #2) and here (for Volume #3). The Fens: Discovering England’s Ancient Depths First up is five pieces of radio rather than one (principally because I haven’t had the time to work out how […]

In Hindesight


2WS12 Upper Mostyn Street and Great Orme, Llandudno. Photo: E Nägele “Just a postcard to say all is OK. We think we will enjoy it here. Went to an open air service at Great Orme, all outside the church sitting on gravestones, very interesting, good singing. Don’t know if the money will last, will have to borrow […]

Having recently cancelled my flickr pro account I’ve been slowly working my way back through the years here re-connecting pictures, checking links and generally conducting various overdue housekeeping duties while at the same time reacquainting myself with a whole heap of stuff that has been filed deep away in my failing memory. One of the […]

Seaside Snaps


According to this recent piece in The Independent, Hunstanton is the 9th most popular seaside town in 2019. The cynic in me suggests that the locations listed are probably in reasonable proximity to a Best Western hotel, given that they are responsible for the research, but I’m sure that can’t possibly be the case. However […]