This month …
- About "Summer Fayre"
- Whatever Happened to Bobbie Gentry?
- On BBC Two: United - (Review)
- On Radio 4: I, Regress
- On Radio 4: soloparentpals.com (Woman's Hour Drama)
- The Good Man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ by Philip Pullman
- Tom Wood "Men & Women" at the Photographers' Gallery
- Match photos: Chesham United Ladies v Swindon Town Ladies
- At the Royal Academy of Music: Riders to the Sea & Curlew River
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Monthly Archives: October 2010
Wells Cathedral is a surprising, not least because such a dominant-looking building is virtually invisible until you’re right in front of it. Walking through Wells from the Whiting Way car park there’s the grand looking St Cuthberts, the venerable Bishop’s … Continue reading
Room 1 at the National Gallery is normally worth a visit. It’s where, for free, you can see small but perfectly formed exhibitions that normally take one very simple idea, or one painting, and explore them a bit. It’s always … Continue reading
I don’t often go to Chelsea. It’s not that I don’t want to go to Chelsea just that I have no particular reason to be there. Still, the other day I found myself in SW3 with time to kill and … Continue reading
The paparazzi that pursued Princess Diana on her final trip – the one that ended with the crash in a Paris road tunnel and had the curious afterlife of a decade’s worth of Daily Express Monday morning headlines – didn’t … Continue reading