Monthly Archives: March 2011


It’s been an interesting week in television land. Brian True-May, who is the producer for a show called The Midsomer Murders,  got into trouble for describing the fictional location of the show as the “last bastion of Englishness …we just … Continue reading

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I’m working on a guide for Dundry, a hill to the south of Bristol. I did this pic yesterday, and as it feels quite summery I’m putting it here. At last, spring! -Every morning is like Christmas used to be; … Continue reading

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Plymouth – has no obvious rhyme, does it?

So, Friday saw us down in Plymouth, doing a reading at the Central Library to coincide with Plymouth’s Out:Fest. It was a good evening; quite a small crowd, so it felt more like a gathering than an audience, and the … Continue reading

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Plymouth, Ho!

  We’re off to Plymouth next, for a reading and talk about Becoming Drusilla. It’s tomorrow, Friday 18th March at Plymouth Central Library, at 7:30 pm. The last one, three weeks ago in Bristol, went really well. And we’re really … Continue reading

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Trans Media Watch at Channel 4

Richard and I were up at Channel 4 in London on Monday, for the launch of Trans Media Watch‘s Memorandum Of Understanding. The event was hosted by Stuart Cosgrove, C4’s Head of Programmes (Nations and Regions) and a signatory to … Continue reading

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International Women’s Day with James Bond

I don’t know what to make of the video Equals, released today for International Women’s Day. The two-minute short has Daniel Craig in a dress to publicise gender inequalities that continue to exist around the world. I understand the publicity … Continue reading

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turning pages

Earlier this evening a friend tweeted  Made it to the end of part one of Midnight’s Children. Just another 340 pages to go. It’s not a good sign, that I stopped to figure that out…. and this reminded me of … Continue reading

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Here’s an early morning haiku for St David’s Day Up on the Kymin My shadow’s mostly English But its head’s in Wales

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